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The electronic spectrum of the Cu(II) complex showed a well resolved band at 499 nm and a weak band at 517 nm typical for a tetragonally distorted octahedral configuration and may be assigned to [sup.2][B.sub.1g] [right arrow] [sup.2][A.sub.1g] and [sup.2][B.sub.1g] [right arrow] [sup.2][E.sub.g] transitions.
This proposed geometry was corroborated by its magnetic moment of 2.60 BM, indicative of a tetragonally distorted octahedral geometry [28, 40].
The copper complexes ([C.sub.3], [C.sub.5], [C.sub.9], [C.sub.10], [C.sub.11], and [C.sub.14]) displayed bands in the regions 12970-10298 [cm.sup.-1], 18833-15313 [cm.sup.-1], and 21739-19920 [cm.sup.-1] assigned to [sup.2][B.sub.1g] [right arrow] [sup.2][A.sub.1g], [sup.2][B.sub.1g] [right arrow] [sup.2][B.sub.2g], and [sup.2][B.sub.1g] [right arrow] [sup.2]Eg transitions, respectively, of square planar Cu(II) complexes [23-27] while the spectra of the copper complexes ([C.sub.1], [C.sub.2], [C.sub.4], [C.sub.6], [C.sub.12], [C.sub.13], and [C.sub.15]) displayed bands in the regions 1351310460, 18868-15431, and 23148-22472 which were attributed to the transitions of tetragonally distorted octahedral Cu(II) complexes [23-25].