Bao-Ying Wang

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A two-dimensional (2D) square-grid type porous coordination polymer [Fe(bdpt)(2)]·guest (1·g, Hbdpt = 3-(5-bromo-2-pyridyl)-5-(4-pyridyl)-1,2,4-triazole) with isolated small cavities was designed and constructed as a spin-crossover (SCO) material based on octahedral Fe(II)N(6) units and an all-nitrogen ligand. Three guest-inclusion forms were successfully(More)
An air-stable iron(ii) chain compound [Fe(phen)(Cl)2]n (, phen = 1,10-phenanthroline) was prepared and exhibits intrachain ferromagnetic interactions as well as competing interchain antiferromagnetic interactions that are mediated by π-π stacking of the phen ligands, resulting in metamagnetic behaviour. The interchain interactions can be altered by changing(More)
The reaction of CoBr(2), 1,2-di(4H-1,2,4-triazol-4-yl)diazene (bta) and KSCN yielded a one-dimensional coordination polymer [Co(SCN)(2)(bta)(H(2)O)(2)] with water molecules coordinated to the metal ions. After dehydration at 100 °C, the compound transformed into a layered coordination polymer [Co(SCN)(2)(bta)], whose structure was determined by powder X-ray(More)
A structural phase transition induced by ligand motion was found in a new polar coordination polymer: [Cu(NCS)2(4-APy)2]n (4-APy = 4-aminopyridine). Restraining such motion in an isomorphic compound [Cu(NCS)2(4-MeAPy)2]n (4-MeAPy = 4-methylaminopyridine) results in distinct phase transition behaviour. These findings provide a new clue for modulating phase(More)
A rare organosulfur one-dimensional coordination polymer, [Co(C(9)H(6)NS)(2)], was synthesized by the reaction between the 8-mercaptoquinoline and cobalt acetate salts in EtOH, which shows strong magnetic coupling and the presence of spin-glassy and spin-crossover phenomena with simultaneous semiconductor behaviour.
A new perovskite-like compound [N(CH3)4][Cd(N3)3] is reported here, which undergoes a series of reversible phase transitions including an above-room-temperature ferroelastic phase transition. An order-disorder mechanism is found in these structural transitions owing to the sway of the rod-like N3(-) bridges as well as the rotation of the tetrahedron-like(More)
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