Indexed on: 02 May '09Published on: 02 May '09Published in: Russian Journal of General Chemistry
On the basis of new ligand systems, bis-azomethines of N-tosylaminobenzaldehyde and alkyl(aryl) diaminodisulfides, mono- and binuclear chelates with 4N- and 2N2S-ligand arrangement were chemically (from metal acetates) or electrochemically (from metals in the zero oxidation state) first synthesized and characterized. Mononuclear chelates have a tetrahedral structure. In binuclear copper complexes the magnetic exchange interaction of the antiferromagnetic type was observed. Bisazomethines of disulfides were used as additives to lubricant oils.