Layered compounds incorporating 9,9'-spirobifluorene: hydrogen-bonded and metal-organic networks derived from 9,9'-spirobifluorene-2,2',7,7'-tetracarboxylic acid

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Layered compounds incorporating 9,9'-spirobifluorene: hydrogen-bonded and metal-organic networks derived from 9,9'-spirobifluorene-2,2',7,7'-tetracarboxylic acid. / Clews, PK; Douthwaite, RE; Kariuki, Benson; Moore, T; Taboada, M.

In: Crystal Growth and Design, Vol. 6, No. 9, 01.01.2006, p. 1991-1994.

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title = "Layered compounds incorporating 9,9'-spirobifluorene: hydrogen-bonded and metal-organic networks derived from 9,9'-spirobifluorene-2,2',7,7'-tetracarboxylic acid",
abstract = "A new tetracarboxylic acid derivative of 9,9'-spirobifluorene (9,9'-spirobifluorene-2,2',7,7'-tetracarboxylic acid (SBFTCA) ( 3)) has been prepared and crystallized as a THF solvate (3 center dot THF). Hydrogen bonding between adjacent molecules of 3 results in a ( 4,4) layer topology and non-interpenetrating AB layer stacking. The topology of 3 gives rise to pores that are occupied by disordered THF molecules. Under hydrothermal conditions, a mixture of 3, methylimidazole, and Co(NO3)(2) gives single crystals of a layered network ( 4) comprising the tetracarboxylate of 3 linked by Co(II) ions. The structure of 4 is similar to that of 3, THF exhibiting an AB motif, with two methylimidazole ligands per cobalt atom occupying the remaining volume.",
author = "PK Clews and RE Douthwaite and Benson Kariuki and T Moore and M Taboada",
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T1 - Layered compounds incorporating 9,9'-spirobifluorene: hydrogen-bonded and metal-organic networks derived from 9,9'-spirobifluorene-2,2',7,7'-tetracarboxylic acid

AU - Clews, PK

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AU - Kariuki, Benson

AU - Moore, T

AU - Taboada, M

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N2 - A new tetracarboxylic acid derivative of 9,9'-spirobifluorene (9,9'-spirobifluorene-2,2',7,7'-tetracarboxylic acid (SBFTCA) ( 3)) has been prepared and crystallized as a THF solvate (3 center dot THF). Hydrogen bonding between adjacent molecules of 3 results in a ( 4,4) layer topology and non-interpenetrating AB layer stacking. The topology of 3 gives rise to pores that are occupied by disordered THF molecules. Under hydrothermal conditions, a mixture of 3, methylimidazole, and Co(NO3)(2) gives single crystals of a layered network ( 4) comprising the tetracarboxylate of 3 linked by Co(II) ions. The structure of 4 is similar to that of 3, THF exhibiting an AB motif, with two methylimidazole ligands per cobalt atom occupying the remaining volume.

AB - A new tetracarboxylic acid derivative of 9,9'-spirobifluorene (9,9'-spirobifluorene-2,2',7,7'-tetracarboxylic acid (SBFTCA) ( 3)) has been prepared and crystallized as a THF solvate (3 center dot THF). Hydrogen bonding between adjacent molecules of 3 results in a ( 4,4) layer topology and non-interpenetrating AB layer stacking. The topology of 3 gives rise to pores that are occupied by disordered THF molecules. Under hydrothermal conditions, a mixture of 3, methylimidazole, and Co(NO3)(2) gives single crystals of a layered network ( 4) comprising the tetracarboxylate of 3 linked by Co(II) ions. The structure of 4 is similar to that of 3, THF exhibiting an AB motif, with two methylimidazole ligands per cobalt atom occupying the remaining volume.

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SP - 1991

EP - 1994

JO - Crystal Growth and Design

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