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Title: P-C Bond Cleavage-Assisted Lanthanide Phosphate Coordination Polymers
Authors: Goura, Joydeb
Walsh, James P. S.
Tuna, Floriana
Halder, Ritesh
Maji, Tapas Kumar
Chandrasekhar, Vadapalli
Keywords: Chemistry
Crystallography
Materials Science
Single-Molecule-Magnet
Metal-Organic-Framework
Pyrazole Ligands
Adsorption Properties
Crystal-Structure
Smm Behavior
Ion Magnet
Luminescent
Phosphonate
Complexes
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: American Chemical Society
Citation: Crystal Growth & Design
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Goura, J.; Walsh, J. P. S.; Tuna, F.; Halder, R.; Maji, T. K.; Chandrasekhar, V., P-C Bond Cleavage-Assisted Lanthanide Phosphate Coordination Polymers. Crystal Growth & Design 2015, 15 (6), 2555-2560.
Abstract: The reaction of lanthanide(III) salts with an organodiphosphonic acid under hydrothermal conditions resulted in a P-C bond cleavage affording [{Eu-4(PO4)(PO4)(0.5)x(4)(PO4)(0.25x4)(H2O)(2)}center dot 6H(2)O](n) (1), [{Dy-4(PO4)center dot(PO4)(0.5x4)(PO4)(0.25x4)(H2O)(2)}center dot 6H(2)O](n) (2), and [{Gd(PO4)(0.5)(PO4)(0.5)(H2O)(3)}center dot 2H(2)O](n) (3). 1 and 2 are porous 3D coordination polymers whose repeating units possess a dimeric motif. While one lanthanide ion in the dimer is eight-coordinate in a distorted square-antiprismatic geometry, the other is nine-coordinate and present in a distorted monocapped square-antiprismatic geometry. In contrast to 1 and 2, 3 possesses a 2D architecture; the asymmetric unit contains a monomeric Gd-III center which is nine-coordinate in a distorted monocapped square-antiprismatic geometry.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10572/1955
ISSN: 1528-7483
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