Synergetic and Cooperative Effects in Multimetallic Macrocyclic Complexes for Biological, Catalytic and Magnetic Activity: A Review

Ashu Chaudhary*, and Mamta

Department of Chemistry, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra-136119, India

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The advancement of direct synthetic approaches toward the controllable synthesis of multimetallic complexes turns into an earlier and significant undertaking before the inside and out investigations of novel properties and functions of multimetallic complexes. As an elective methodologies for the synthesis of multimetallic complexes have incorporated the utilization of large macrocycles with more than one binding site and furthermore the connecting of macrocycles through interfacing units. This review highlights the arising patterns in the synthesis and uses of multimetallic macrocyclic complexes, including bi- and tri-metallic gatherings just as bigger obvious metal clusters and polymeric species.


Multimetallic complexes, Robson macrocycles, Antimicrobial activity, Single molecule magnetic behaviour, Catalysis.

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