Spectroscopic Studies of a Caged Cobalt Complex. Emma Morrison Advanced Inorganic Laboratory. The purpose of this experiment was to synthesize a caged cobalt(III) complex and compare the electronic and nuclear magnetic resonance spectra against those of the un-caged template complex.
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Advanced Inorganic Laboratory
The purpose of this experiment was to synthesize a caged cobalt(III) complex and compare the electronic and nuclear magnetic resonance spectra against those of the un-caged template complex.
Methylene protons (12 1H)
Protons bonded to nitrogen--broadened due to exchange with D2O solvent
Acetone (different degrees of deuteration)
CH2 of S2CNEt2 (quartet)
Cage 1Hs (overlapping)
CH3 of S2CNEt2
Figure 7. Compare with 1H NMR spectrum from literature4:•Chemical shift axis is shifted
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