Jin-Ping Gao

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In the title dinuclear complex, [Cu(2)(C(19)H(11)N(3)O(3)S)(C(5)H(5)N)(2)], the two Cu(II) centers have different coordination environments, viz. N(2)OS and N(2)O(2), each exhibiting a distorted square-planar geometry. π-π inter-actions between the aromatic rings of neighbouring complexes [centroid-centroid distance = 3.856 (5) Å] link pairs of mol-ecules(More)
There are two half-mol-ecules in the asymmetric unit of the title compound, [Cu(3)(C(13)H(9)N(2)O(3))(2)(C(5)H(5)N)(4)], and crystallographic inversion symmetry completes each trinuclear mol-ecule. In both mol-ecules, the central Cu atom (site symmetry ) adopts a distorted trans-CuO(2)N(4) octa-hedral geometry, arising from its coordination by two(More)
Density functional theory calculations combined with the energy and building-block decomposition analyses have been carried out to investigate the structures, stability orders, redox potentials and proton binding of the six Baker-Figgis isomers (α, β, γ, α*, β* and γ*) of [(SbO6)W18O54(OH)2]9- {H2SbW18} and [(NaF6)W18O54(OH)2]7- {H2NaW18} anions at the(More)
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