A Critical Review of Equilibrium Data for Proton- and Metal by W.A. E. McBryde

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9 5-Chlorophenanthroline Ni(II) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 1 KNO3 14b 72Bg Cu(I) 25 50% DOX, 0 . 2 16 61J Cu(II) 25 50% DOX, 0 . 0 11 61J Ag(I) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 25 14a 72Bg Zn(II) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 91 14b 72Bg Cd(II) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 67 4,7-Dichlorophenanthroline Fe(II) - EtOH, 0 . 1 OAc" Cu(I) 25 50% DOX, 0 . 5 16 Cu(II) 25 50% DOX, 0 . 2 11 61J 14b 72Bg 14a 72Bg 5-Bromophenani t h r o l i n e Ni(II) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 12 Ag(I) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 08 Zn(II) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 69 14b 72Bg Cd(II) 25 50% EtOH, 0 .

N-PrOH 50% aq. n-PrOH 75% aq. 58 25 25% aq. Me 2 CO 50% aq. M e 2 C 0 75% aq. 2 7 ON 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 Aq. 001 I 8% aq. 4% aq. 3% aq. 4% aq. 0% aq. 1% aq. 7% aq. 0% aq. 6% aq. 2 Temp. PKi Temp. 34 20 20% aq. 62 25 50% aq. 47 25 50% aq. 41 25 50% aq. 58 25 50% aq. 94 25 75% aq. 40 25 50% aq. 97 25 50% aq. l (Continued) Substituent Unsubstituted pKi Method Reference 25 25% aq. n-PrOH 50% aq. n-PrOH 75% aq. 58 25 25% aq. Me 2 CO 50% aq. M e 2 C 0 75% aq. 2 7 ON 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 Aq.

2 (Continued) Auxiliary Ligand A Metal Complex log K log ß Medium log X Temp. 2 (Continued) Auxiliary Ligand A Metal Complex log K log 3 log X Zn(II) MLA ML . 01 Sarcosine Benzoylace tone Dibenzoylmethane Temp. Method Reference 0 . 1 KNO3 0 . 1 KNO3 0 . 8 0 . 1 NaClO^ 25 11 68Sa 0 . 22 0 . 1 NaClO«,, 60% DOX 25 11 76Ma 0 . 12 75Da 75Da 75Da 60% DOX 25 11 76Ma 0 . 60 0 . 20 0 . 65 0 . 72 0 . 98 0 . 43 0 . 22 0 . 29 1 NH4NO3 1 NH4NO3 1 NIUNO3 20 20 20 13 13 13 70F 70F 70F 0 . 2 NaClOi* 0 . 1 25 11 70G 0 .

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