Bartosz Marzec

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From biomineralization to synthesis, organic additives provide an effective means of controlling crystallization processes. There is growing evidence that these additives are often occluded within the crystal lattice. This promises an elegant means of creating nanocomposites and tuning physical properties. Here we use the incorporation of sulfonated(More)
We present herein a novel method to prepare free-standing Dried Foam Films (DFFs) whereby individual polynuclear manganese complexes cover quantitatively the holes of micro-grids; the fabricated, homogeneous films have a cross-sectional thickness of only ca. 5 nm and are characterised by high mechanical stability.
A novel hexanuclear {Mn(6)} coordination complex with octahedral topology has been prepared and was subsequently used as a building unit for the construction of coordination polymers and metal-organic gels; the latter exhibit thixotropic behavior and reversible sol-gel phase transitions.
The title mol-ecule, C(16)H(19)NO(2), consists of an indane moiety, which is connected through an N atom to an acetamide group and a cyclo-pentane ring. The N atom adopts planar triangular geometry. Inter-molecular inter-actions, such as π-π stacking or hydrogen bonding, were not observed.
The title compound, [CuCl(2)(C(18)H(18)N(8))]·2CH(3)OH·H(2)O, contains a penta-coordinated Cu(II) atom bonded to the tridentate 4,6-bis-[(E)-1-methyl-2-(pyridin-2-yl-methyl-idene)hydrazin-yl]pyrimidine ligand and two Cl atoms. The geometry around the Cu(II) atom is distorted square-pyramidal. The mol-ecules pack in the crystal structure via O-H⋯Cl, O-H⋯N,(More)
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