IJSRP, Volume 4, Issue 5, May 2014 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
P. Balaramesh, A. Abdul Jabbar and P.Venkatesh
This paper studies the structure and properties of platinum complexes of dithiocarbamate derivatives. Dithiocarbamate complexes are found to be very stable and are highly water soluble due to the presences of hydrophilic moiety in their structure. Such complexes have been used as metal complexing species for several decades. They form chelates with almost all metals ions in the Periodic table and have found numerous applications on biological, agricultural, electronics and act as stabilizing agents in electroless copper plating. In this work, ethylenediamine and diethanolamine dithiocarbamates are prepared and complexed with Pt(II) salts to form stable complexes. The complexes are characterized by Rapid Elemental Analysis. The structure of the stable complexes are confirmed with Electronic and I.R Spectral Analysis.