Alexander Filatov

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The day is rapidly approaching when scientists will have the tools necessary to exploit the tremendous potential of carbon nanotubes, fullerenes, and endohedral fullerene complexes of predetermined structures. Reviewing the latest research into geodesic polyaromatic molecules, this contributed work focuses on their synthesis and reactivity in metal–binding(More)
The title compound, [Co2Na2{μ2-N(SiMe3)2}4](μ4-O), (I), represents a new entry in the class of inverse crown ethers. In the mol-ecule, each Co atom is formally in the oxidation state +II. The structure contains one half of a unique mol-ecule per asymmetric unit with the central μ4-oxido ligand residing on an inversion center, leading to a planar(More)
The title iron complex, [Fe(C21H19N3)2], consists of an Fe(II) atom chelated by two tridentate bis-(imino)-pyridine radical anions in a slightly distorted octa-hedral coordination environment. In the solid state, there are two independent half-mol-ecules in the asymmetric unit, and the complete mol-ecular structure is formed by applying twofold rotation(More)
In the title compound, [Al(3)LaCl(12)(C(12)H(18))]·C(6)H(6), all mol-ecules are located on a mirror plane. Three chloridoaluminate groups and a hexa-methyl-benzene mol-ecule are bound to the central lanthanum(III) ion, forming a distorted penta-gonal bipyramid with the η(6)-coordinated arene located at the apical position. The hexa-methyl-benzene ligand(More)
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