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Anisotropic mechanical properties of polymorphic hybrid inorganic―organic framework materials with different dimensionalities
Abstract Hybrid inorganic–organic framework materials have recently developed into an important new class of solid-state materials. Their mechanical properties are as yet unexplored, although theyExpand
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Probing the mechanical properties of hybrid inorganic-organic frameworks: a computational and experimental study.
Hybrid framework materials are modular compounds consisting of metal ions and organic linkers, variation of which has given rise to a myriad of structures with technologically relevant properties. ToExpand
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Pillared layered structures based upon M(III) ethylene diphosphonates: the synthesis and crystal structures of M(III)(H(2)O)(HO(3)P(CH(2))(2)PO(3)) (M = Fe, Al, Ga).
A three-dimensional iron(III) diphosphonate, Fe(III)(H(2)O)(HO(3)P(CH(2))(2)PO(3)), I, has been synthesized hydrothermally and characterized by single-crystal X-ray diffraction. The compoundExpand
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Inorganic-organic framework structures; M(II) ethylenediphosphonates (M = Co, Ni, Mn) and a Mn(II) ethylenediphosphonato-phenanthroline.
The reaction of nickel, cobalt, and manganese with 1,2-ethylenediphosphonic acid or 1,2-ethylenediphosphonic acid and 1,10-phenanthroline under hydrothermal conditions resulted in the pillaredExpand
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Reconstruction strategies for structure solution using precession electron diffraction data from hybrid inorganic-organic framework materials
Precession electron diffraction has received significant recent attention, and has the potential to complement x-ray structure solution methods in situations where the latter are difficult to apply.Expand
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Precession electron diffraction: application to organic crystals and hybrid inorganic-organic materials
It is now accepted that precession electron diffraction (PED) [1, 2] has a significant contribution to make to the nanoscale characterisation of materials. In this presentation we explore the extentExpand