The reaction between aqueous solution of Me3SnCl and acetonitrile solution of quinaldic acid (quinH) at room temperature affords a new organotin complex, [Me3Sn(quinH)(quin)]⋅6H2O (1). Complex 1 was structurally characterized using infrared, UV–visible and NMR spectra, thermogravimetric analysis and single‐crystal X‐ray analysis. The network structure of 1 is developed by a limitless number of discrete mononuclear molecules forming a one‐dimensional chain via hydrogen bonds. Extensive hydrogen bonds and π–π stacking associate the one‐dimensional chains creating a two‐dimensional array. The two‐dimensional arrays are additionally associated via hydrogen bonds through the water molecules and the methyl groups forming a three‐dimensional network. The cytotoxic impact of 1 on the viability of MCF‐7 cells was also examined using MTT assay, exhibiting great inhibiting action against MCF‐7 cells. Furthermore, the catalytic degradation performance of 1 towards methylene blue dye in the presence of H2O2 as oxidant was investigated. The reaction is first order with respect to methylene blue dye.
Applied Organometallic Chemistry – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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