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Document Type

Article

Publication Date

9-2016

Keywords

Bismuth, Hydroxamic Acid, Polymer, Antibacterial

Funder/Sponsor

We sincerely thank the Irish Research Council (GOIPG/2014/693) and the Science Without Borders Programme (CAPES/BEX/13405-13-6) for financial support.

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Abstract

Reaction of salicylhydroxamic acid (Sha) and 2-aminophenyl hydroxamic acid (2-NH2-pha) with BiCl3 affords the corresponding novel polymeric bismuth chlorido hydroxamato complexes; [BiCl2(-Sha-1H)]∞ and [BiCl3(--Pha-1H)]∞ respectively. The X-ray crystal structure of the THF-solvated polymeric bismuth chlorido salicylhydroxamato complex, [BiCl2(-Sha-1H)(THF)]∞ was solved, confirming the polymeric structure of this class of compounds and the (O,μ-O’)-bidentate bridging coordination mode of the hydroxamato ligand. The antibacterial activity of the THF-free polymeric bismuth chlorido salicylhydroxamato complex, [BiCl2(-Sha-1H)]∞, was investigated against a broad panel of bacteria, further highlighting the antibacterial properties of Bi-based compounds against Gram-positive and Gram-negative pathogenic and environmental strains of bacteria.

Disciplines

Chemistry | Medicinal-Pharmaceutical Chemistry | Medicine and Health Sciences

Citation

Keogan DM, Fagan LE, Passos TM, Muller-Bunz H, Quilty B, Griffith D. Synthesis of polymeric bismuth chlorido hydroxamato complexes; X-ray crystal structure and antibacterial activity of a novel Bi(lll) salicylhydroxamato complex. Inorganica Chimica Acta. 2016 [In Press]

DOI Link

10.1016/j.ica.2016.09.021

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