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Articles by Dong-Dong Li
Total Records ( 3 ) for Dong-Dong Li
  Hui Liu , Jin-Lei Tian , Wen Gu , Ying-Ying Kou , Li Feng , Xiao-Fang Ma , Dong-Dong Li , Shi-Ping Yan and Dai-Zheng Liao
  An oxamato-bridged heterobinuclear NiIICuII complex [Ni(cyclam)Cu(opba)]2 · 3DMSO (1) has been synthesized, characterized by elemental analysis, infrared spectra and magnetic susceptibility, where cyclam is 1, 4, 8, 11-tetraazacyclotetradecane and opba is o-phenylenebis(oxamato). The complex crystallizes in the triclinic system, space group P1 with a = 12.006(3) Aring, b = 12.783(3) Aring, c = 20.977(5) Aring, agr = 76.634(4)°, β = 75.172(4)°, γ = 80.818(4)° and Z = 2. According to X-ray crystallographic studies, the four-coordinate copper(II) atom is a slightly distorted planar geometry and is linked to nickel(II) through the exo-cis oxygen atoms of [Cu(opba)]2-; the six-coordinate nickel(II) center lies in a highly distorted octahedral environment. Magnetic susceptibility measurements of the complex in the temperature range 2-300 K indicate that the heterobinuclear NiIICuII units are coupled antiferromagnetically with J = -57.38 cm-1, gNi = 2.25 and gCu = 2.02.
  Guo-Fang Zhang , Jiang-Bo She , Dong-Dong Li , Ji-Zhen Li , Qiu-Ping Zhou , Yin-Li Dou , Xue-Zhong Fan , Man-Cheng Hu and Zhi-Hong Liu
  Six complexes, rubidium and cesium 3,5-dinitropyrid-2-onate (2DNPO), 3,5-dinitropyrid-4-onate (4NDPO), 3,5-dinitropyrid-4-one-N-hydroxylate (4DNPNO), were synthesized and characterized by elemental analysis, FT-IR, TG-DTG and X-ray single-crystal diffraction analysis. All the complexes crystallized from water and one of them was a hydrate. Rubidium 3,5-dinitropyrid-4-one-N-hydroxylate was crystallized with the 1 : 2 stoichiometry as Rb[H(4DNPNO)2] upon absorption of carbon dioxide. The structural determinations showed that the coordination sphere around a metal centre is made up of oxygen atoms and nitrogen atoms, except for the 4DNPNO complexes, where the coordination sphere accommodates exclusively oxygen atoms. The coordination numbers of the metal centers vary from 8, 10, 11 to 12, while the ligands, each employing its pyridone tautomer, link with metal cations. Bridging oxygen atoms play an important role in construction of two- and/or three-dimensional networks of these complexes. Hydrogen bonding contributes to the connectivity within a given sheet in Rb[H(4DNPNO)2]; aromatic π-π stacking interactions exist only in Cs(4DNPNO). The interactions between metal atoms and ligands are generally very weak. The organization of all layer structures appears to be governed mainly by steric effects and electrostatic forces with very little directional influence of the cations. The thermogravimetric analyses of these complexes showed the following consecutive processes: loss of NO2 groups, collapse of the pyridyl ring backbones and finally inorganic residue formation. These complexes could be used as probes in template effects of heavy alkali-metal cations in the organization of biorelevant ligands and as environment-friendly energetic catalysts in solid propellants.
  Ying-Ying Kou , Jin-Lei Tian , Dong-Dong Li , Hui Liu , Wen Gu and Shi-Ping Yan
  A dimeric dichloro-bridged copper(II) complex [Cu2(pdon)2Cl4] · 2DMF (1) and two mononuclear copper(II) complexes [Cu(pdon)(DMSO)Cl2] · DMSO · H2O (2) and [Cu(pdon)3] · (ClO4)2 · 2.25CH3CN · 6H2O (3) (pdon = 1,10-phenanthroline-5,6-dione) have been synthesized and characterized. Variable-temperature magnetic susceptibility studies indicate the existence of weak anti-ferromagnetic coupling in the binuclear complex. The interaction of these complexes with CT-DNA (calf thymus DNA) has been studied using absorption and emission spectral methods. The apparent binding constants (Kapp) for 1, 2 and 3 are 5.20 times 105, 2.68 times 105 and 7.05 times 105 M-1, respectively, showing moderate intercalative binding modes. All of these complexes cleave plasmid DNA to nicked DNA in a sequential manner as the concentration or reaction time is increased. The cleavage mechanism between the complex and plasmid DNA is likely to involve singlet oxygen 1O2 and •OH as reactive oxygen species.
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