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Topic: Synthesis of Calcium/Magnesium Acac under non-aqueous conditions.  (Read 268 times)

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Offline Phalcone42

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Hi,

I have a molecule of interest (MOI) that possess an functional group similar to acetylacetone, and multiple hydroxyl groups. I would like to form a coordination compound with either Calcium or Magnesium at the Acac group. The MOI is not soluble in water and a later reactant is not stable in the presence of water, so the reaction has to be anhydrous.


Does anyone have any suggestions/reaction procedures for how I can go about making this complex?
I am not familiar with many Coordination reactions, having only taken Inorganic Chem I.

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