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Solvent hydrolysis and templating effects in the synthesis of metal-organic frameworks


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Burrows, A. D., Cassar, K., Friend, R. M. W., Mahon, M. F., Rigby, S. P. and Warren, J. E., 2005. Solvent hydrolysis and templating effects in the synthesis of metal-organic frameworks. CrystEngComm, 7, pp. 548-550.

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Abstract

Hydrolysis of the DMF or DEF solvent influences the nature of the product obsd. in the reaction between Zn(II) nitrate and 1,4-benzenedicarboxylic acid, with dialkylammonium cations able to template the formation of anionic networks. In fresh DEF [Zn4(micro 4-O)(micro -bdc)3].3DEF was prepd. whereas in DEF that had been in the lab. for several weeks, [NH2Et2]2[Zn3(micro -bdc)4].2.5DEF was prepd. When the reactions were carried out in DMF instead of DEF, similar observations were recorded. Use of a partially hydrolyzed sample of solvent, or addn. of [NH2Me2]Cl. led exclusively to [NH2Me2]2[Zn3(micro -bdc)4].DMF.H2O. The prepn. and characterization of compds. 1-3 demonstrate that solvent quality is crucially important in prepg. dicarboxylate-based coordination compds. [on SciFinder (R)]

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Item Type Articles
CreatorsBurrows, A. D., Cassar, K., Friend, R. M. W., Mahon, M. F., Rigby, S. P. and Warren, J. E.
Uncontrolled Keywordszinc benzenedicarboxylate trinuclear tetranuclear complex prepn unhydrolyzed hydrolyzed solvent, molecular structure (of zinc benzenedicarboxylate trinuclear complex ethylammonium salt), hydrolysis (of dmf or diethylformamide solvent in the reaction between zinc nitrate and benzenedicarboxylic acid), crystal structure zinc benzenedicarboxylate trinuclear complex ethylammonium salt, crystal structure
DepartmentsFaculty of Engineering & Design > Chemical Engineering
RefereedYes
StatusPublished
ID Code925

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