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Highly efficient electrochemiluminescence based on 4-amino-1,2,4-triazole Schiff base two-dimensional Zn/Cd coordination polymers.
Complex 1-4 showed highly intense electrochemical luminescence (ECL) in DMF solution and high thermal stability and C-HX (X = Br, Cl) interactions play a crucial role in stabilizing the self-assembly process among adjacent 2-D networks for both complexes.
Hydrosilylation of a silicon(II) hydride: synthesis and characterization of a remarkable silylsilylene.
The synthesis and characterization of novel monomeric silylsilylenes [(NtBu)(2)C(H)Ph}R] (R=Cl (2), H (4) and compounds 2 and 4 are stable in solution or the solid state, and do not dimerize to form the corresponding disilene.
In the centrosymmetric title compound, [Cu2(C9H7Br2NO4S)2(CH3OH)2], each CuII atom adopts a distorted square-pyramidal CuO4N coordination geometry, formed by one N atom and three O atoms from two
In the title compound, [Co(C18H18N2O4)(H2O)], the CoII atom is coordinated in a distorted square-pyramidal geometry defined by two O atoms and two N atoms in the basal positions, and one water
Structures and magnetism of {Ni2Na2}, {Ni4} and {Ni6(II)Ni(III)} 2-hydroxy-3-alkoxy-benzaldehyde clusters.
The results show that the minor ligand modifications or solvent change have a key role in the structural control of the self-assembly process.
Synthesis and characterization of a singlet delocalized 2,4-diimino-1,3-disilacyclobutanediyl and a silylenylsilaimine.
The results show that compound 2 possesses singlet biradicaloid character with an extensive electronic delocalization throughout the Si( 2)C(2) four-membered ring and exocyclic C=N bonds.
Synthesis and Characterization of an Amidinate-Stabilized Bisgermylene Oxide and Sulfide
The synthesis and characterization of the amidinate-stabilized bisgermylene oxide and sulfide [L2Ge−E−GeL2] (E = O (2), S (3); L2 = ButC(NAr)2, Ar = 2,6-Pri2C6H3) are described. Compound 2 was
Anion induced diversification from heptanuclear to tetranuclear clusters: syntheses, structures and magnetic properties.
The results show that the geometries and sizes of the corresponding anions as well as their coordinating and hydrogen-bonding properties are essential in determining the final structures of the assemblies.