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Title: Transformations of molecules and secondary building units to materials: A bottom-up approach
Authors: Murugavel, R
Walawalkar, M G
Dan, Meenakshi
Roesky, H W
Rao, C N R
Keywords: Tert-Butyl Phosphate
Open-Framework Structures
Dimensional Zinc Phosphates
Silica Materials
Di(Tert-Butyl)Phosphate Complexes
3-Dimensional Structures
Crystal-Structure
Metal Phosphates
Precursor
Phosphonate
Issue Date: Oct-2004
Publisher: American Chemical Society
Citation: Accounts Of Chemical Research 37(10), 763-774 (2004)
Abstract: A variety of complex inorganic solids with open-framework and other fascinating architectures, involving silicate, phosphate, and other anions, have been synthesized under hydrothermal conditions. The past few years have also seen the successful synthesis and characterization of several molecular compounds that can act as precursors to form open-framework and other materials, some of them resembling secondary building units (SBUs). Transformations of rationally synthesized molecular compounds to materials constitute an important new direction in both structural inorganic chemistry and materials chemistry and enable possible pathways for the rational design of materials. In this article, we indicate the potential of such a bottom-up approach, by briefly examining the transformations of molecular silicates and phosphates. We discuss stable organosilanols and silicate secondary building units, phosphorous acids and phosphate secondary building units, di- and triesters of phosphoric acids, and molecular phosphate clusters and polymers. We also examine the transformations of metal dialkyl phosphates and molecular metal phosphates.
Description: Restricted Access
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10572/434
Other Identifiers: 0001-4842
Appears in Collections:Research Papers (Prof. C.N.R. Rao)

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