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In addition, metathesis of metal salts like sulfates and chlorides with the acid permits successful results (172, 227,255). 3. Properties The Group I1 complexes are generally colorless or light yellow, unless the ligand is colored. The nonstoichiometric species resulting from interactions of a metal with pyridine are exceptional. 4. H R X iI dec 225 73 by, 162-163 1 1 y, 90-92 71 y, 127-129 75 74 73 73 72 72 71 70 68,69 66,67 Reference y, 124-126 nmr ir iI dec 130 1-y, dec 158 ePr nmr, th K, P, th Physicochemical Studies d-bu w, 81-82 dec Color and MP ("C) 1 1 q y , 177-179 dec (I4 Y 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 BevlIium P COORDINATION COMPOUNDS OF PYRIDINE AND ITS DERIVATIVES WITH BERYLLIUM w h) 1 1 ZC,H,OH+ 2-N=CHC6H40-+ 2co; 4-NMe2 2-NH2 3-Me 4-Me 2-Me H OH + + 0-t-Bu :PhCH,Ph 1 t I COzH H,O f Y.
They are not numerous, and only some could be isolated and fully characterized. The existence of many complexes has been deduced from the physicochemical measurements of the alkali salt solutions in corresponding pyridine base. First, indications of complexation of some alkali metal salts with pyridine came from the solubility studies of nitrates (5), halides (6), and isothiocyanates (7), and were supported by cryoscopic (8) and electrical conductivity studies (9). Spectroscopic techniques are also very useful in such studies.
A textbook of inorganic chemistry vol.VI part II Phosphorus by Prideaux Edmund BR