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Synthesis and characterisation of infinite di- and tri-nuclear zinc co-ordination networks with flexible dipyridyl ligands

Plater, M. J., Foreman, M. R. S., Gelbrich, T. and Hursthouse, M. B. (2000) Synthesis and characterisation of infinite di- and tri-nuclear zinc co-ordination networks with flexible dipyridyl ligands Journal of the Chemical Society Dalton Transactions, (13), pp. 1995-2000. (doi:10.1039/b000566p).

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Abstract

Crystallisation of flexible dipyridyl ligands with either Zn(NO3)(2). 6H(2)O or Zn(ClO4)(2). 6H(2)O gave co-ordination networks of composition [Zn-3(OH)(3){(NC5H4)(2)C3H6}(3)][NO3](3). 8.67H(2)O 1 [(NC5H4)(2)C3H6=1,3-bis(4- pyridyl)propane]; [Zn-2(OH){(NC5H4)(2)C4H8}(3)][ClO4](3). H2O . EtOH 2 [(NC5H4)C4H8=1,4-bis(4-pyridyl)butane] and [Zn-2(OH){(NC5H4)(2)C7H14}(4)][ClO4](3). 0.5H(2)O 3 [(NC5H4)(2)C7H14=1,7-bis(4- pyridyl)heptane]. The compounds were characterised by X-ray single crystal diffraction studies. Compound 1 possesses a trinuclear Zn-3(OH)(3) 6-membered ring that acts as a template for the co-ordination framework. Both 2 and 3 possess dinuclear zinc sub-units (Zn2OH) that contain a bridging hydroxyl ion.

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Published date: 2000
Keywords: metal-organic framework, x-ray-diffraction, m = co, coordinationpolymers, crystal-structure, benzene-1, 3, 5-tricarboxylic acid, hydrothermal synthesis, phospholipase-c, bacillus-cereus, porous solids

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Local EPrints ID: 18888
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/18888
ISSN: 1472-7773
PURE UUID: a24ac5a3-5a57-495c-97fc-63ddf1d4731b

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Date deposited: 20 Dec 2005
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:34

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Author: M. J. Plater
Author: M. R. S. Foreman
Author: T. Gelbrich
Author: M. B. Hursthouse

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