New horizon for scientific research in coordination compounds has gained interest for decades, aided by the field of bioinorganic chemistry that encompasses investigating the role of metal complexes in biochemical systems. Consequently, various coordination compounds have been successfully synthesized and extensively evaluated for application in many aspects of science, pharmacy and medicine. Here, copper (II) mixed ligands complex was synthesized using 3-propyl-5-marcapto-1,2,4-triazole and 1,10-phenanthroline. The complex was characterized by melting points, solubility and molar conductivity in various solvent to establish its properties that could guide its subsequent practical applications. Drawing from the limited experimental data and existing literature on very similar works a tentative octahedral geometry has been proposed for the Cu (II) Complex. It is therefore expected that this study will guide the development of other coordination compounds with wide-range application prospects.
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