Solid state coordination chemistry: organic/inorganic hybrid frameworks constructed from tetrapyridylporphyrin and vanadium oxide chains


YÜCESAN G. , Golub V., O'Connor C., Zubieta J.

CRYSTENGCOMM, vol.6, pp.323-325, 2004 (Journal Indexed in SCI) identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 6
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Doi Number: 10.1039/b414430a
  • Title of Journal : CRYSTENGCOMM
  • Page Numbers: pp.323-325

Abstract

The hydrothermal reactions of Na3VO4, tetrapyridylporphyrin (tpypor), phenylphosphonic acid and the appropriate M(II) salt yielded the three-dimensional oxide frameworks [Cu(tpypor){Cu2V2O2(O3PC6H5)(4)}].2H(2)O (1.2H(2)O) and [Ni(tpypor){V4O4(O3PC6H5)(4)}].2H(2)O (2.2H(2)O), which are constructed from {X2V2O2(O3PC6H5)(4)}(n) chains [X=Cu (1), VO (2)] linked through {M(tpypor)} subunits [M=Cu (1), Ni (2)]; the structures differ only in the replacement of the Cu(II) sites on the chain of 1 by {VO}(2+) units in the structure of 2, a manifestation of the retention of structural motifs derived from common secondary building units.