Metal-organic macrocycles, metal-organic polyhedra and metal-organic frameworks
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- Metal-organic macrocycles, metal-organic polyhedra and metal-organic frameworks
- Prakash, M. Jaya; Lah, Myoung Soo
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- ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
- CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, no.23, pp.3326 - 3341
- Metal-organic macrocycles (MOMs), metal-organic polyhedra (MOPs) and metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are metal-organic systems (MOSs) developed from appropriately designed ligands and selected metal ions. Metalladiazamacrocycles, a class of MOMs, are finite 2D MOSs formed from tricationic hexacoordinate metal ions and ditopic bridging ligands, N-acylsalicylhydrazide, containing diaza residues, where the size and shape of the systems have been modulated by controlling the steric repulsions between the ligands. The 2D MOM systems could be expanded to 3D MOP systems by self-assembling C(3) symmetric components and C(4) symmetric components to octahedral MOPs. By substituting some replaceable solvent sites of MOMs or MOPs, MOFs based on MOMs or MOPs as SBBs have been constructed, where the properties of the SBBs have been directly transferred to the MOF systems.
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