Janet E. Kirsch

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We describe a new chiral tubule-forming lipid in which the C-O-P phosphoryl linkage of the archetypal tubule-forming molecule, 1,2-bis(10,12-tricosadiynoyl)-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine, "DC(8,9)PC", is replaced by a C-P linkage. Tubule formation with this phosphonate analogue proceeds under the same mild conditions as with DC(8,9)PC and produces similar(More)
Out-of-center "primary" electronic distortions are inherent to the oxide fluoride anions of the early d0 transition metals. In the [NbOF5]2- anion, the Nb5+ moves from the center of the octahedron toward the oxide ligand to form a short Nb=O bond and long trans Nb-F bond. The combined results of single-crystal X-ray diffraction and electronic structure(More)
The face-sharing bioctahedral molybdenum(VI) oxide fluoride anion [Mo2O6F3]3- has been isolated in the new compound [Cu(3-apy)4]3(Mo2O6F3)2 (3-apy = 3-aminopyridine) and has been characterized by experimental and computational techniques. Single-crystal X-ray diffraction studies show that the structure of the [Mo2O6F3]3- anion resembles two distorted(More)
A new phase of Cd(py)4NbOF5 (py ) pyridine) (A) is a rare example of a mixed metal oxide fluoride in an ordered linear chain structure. This phase is of particular interest because it is a polymorph of a previously reported Cd(py)4NbOF5 phase (B) that crystallizes in disordered linear chains. The ordered polymorph A contains two distinct Cd2+ sites: one(More)
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