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The complexes of four oxime analogues of amino acids and peptides (containing {O,N} donor atoms) with Bu2SnO were prepared, with ligand to metal ratios of 1 : 1 or 1 : 2, by two different methods. The FT-IR and Raman spectra clearly demonstrated that the organotin(IV) moieties react with the {O,N} atoms of the ligands. It was found that in most cases the -COO- group is coordinated to the central metal ion in a monodentate mode. Complex formation was accompanied by a rearrangement of the hydrogen-bonding network existing in the ligands. The complexes probably have monomeric structures. Comparison of the experimental Mössbauer values with those calculated on the basis of the point charge model (pqs) formalism revealed that the organotin(IV) moiety has octahedral (oct) geometry, and in certain cases trigonal-bipyramidal (tbp) geometry too.

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The complexes of six organic carboxylic acids (containing {O,O} donor atoms) with Bu2Sn(IV)2+ and Ph3Sn(IV)+ with ligand to metal ratios of 1 : 1 and 1 : 2, were prepared by two different methods. The FtIR and Raman spectra clearly demonstrated that the organotin(IV) moieties react with the {O,O} atoms of the ligands. It was found that in most cases the -COO-group was chelated to the central metal ions, but monodentate coordination was also sometimes observed. Complex formation was accompanied by a rearrangement of the hydrogen-bonding network existing in the ligands. The complexes probably have polymeric structures. Comparison of the experimental Mössbauer D values with those calculated on the basis of the point charge model formalism revealed that the organotin(IV) moiety has a trigonal-bipyramidal (tbp) geometry, and in certain cases a tetrahedral (tetr) geometry too. Finally, the local structure of the maleic acid complex formed with Bu2Sn(IV)2+ was determined by an EXAFS method.

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A number of complexes of ligands containing {O,N,S} donor atoms (2,3,4,6-tetra-O-acetyl-b-D-thioglucopyranoside, 1-thio-b-D-glucose, 2-aminomercaptopurine, 4-amino-2-mercaptopyrimidine and 2-amino-6-mercaptopurine-9-D-riboside) with di-n-butyltin(IV) oxide, diphenyltin(IV) oxide, tribenzyltin(IV) chloride, and trimethyltin(IV) chloride were prepared in the solid state. It was found that the complexes contain the organotin(IV) moiety and the ligand in a ratio of 1:1 or 2:1. The FTIR and Raman spectra clearly demonstrated that the organotin(IV) moieties react with the {S} atom of the ligands, while di-n-butyltin(IV) oxide is coordinated to the deprotonated hydroxy group. In several cases, the basic part of the ligands also participates in complex formation. Comparison of the experimental Mössbauer D values with those calculated on the basis of the pqs concept revealed that the organotin(IV) moiety has trigonal-bipyramidal geometry, and in certain cases tetrahedral geometry too. Some of the complexes contain the organotin(IV) cation in two different surroundings.

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Complexes of adenosine and related compounds (adenosine-5’-monophosphate, adenosine-5’-triphosphate and pyridoxal-5-phosphate) with Bu2SnO and/or BuSnCl2 were prepared in the solid state. The compositions of the complexes were determined by standard analytical methods. It was found that the complexes contain the organotin(IV) moiety and the ligand in a ratio of 1:1. The FT-IR spectra demonstrated that Bu2SnO reacts with the D-ribose moiety of the ligands, while Bu2SnCl2 is coordinated to the deprotonated phosphate group. The basic part of the ligands does not participate directly in complex formation. Comparison of the experimental Mössbauer Δ (quadrupole splitting) values with those calculated on the basis of the pqs concept revealed that the organotin(IV) moiety has Tbp and in some cases also Th geometry. The adenosine complex contains the organotin(IV) cation in two different surroundings (Tbp and Th). The local structures of the complexes were determined by means of EXAFS measurements. At the same time a number of organotin(IV) complexes containing different organo moieties of calf thymus DNA were also prepared. Similarly as above, EXAFS data were obtained for these compounds and analyzed by using multishell models up to 300 pm. These results are the first structural data (bond lengths) on complexes formed with organotin(IV)-DNA and related compounds.

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