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Silver(I)-ethynide clusters constructed with phosphonate-functionized polyoxovanadates.
Two neutral silver(I)-phenylethynide clusters incorporating the [((t)BuPO(3))( 4)V(4)O(8)](4-) unit as an integral shell component have been isolated and characterized by X-ray crystallography. Expand
High-Nuclearity Silver Thiolate Clusters Constructed with Phosphonates.
The n-butylphosphonate ligand has been employed to construct three new silver(I) thiolate compounds. Single-crystal X-ray analysis revealed that complexes 1 and 2 are Ag48 and Ag51 coordination chain… Expand
Structure-Directing Role of Phosphonate in the Synthesis of High-Nuclearity Silver(I) Sulfide-Ethynide-Thiolate Clusters.
- Jun-Ling Jin, Yun-Peng Xie, Hanjie Cui, Guang-Xiong Duan, Xing Lu, T. Mak
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Inorganic chemistry
- 15 August 2017
Phosphonate ligands as structure-directing components have been employed to construct four new high-nuclearity silver(I) sulfide-ethynide-thiolate clusters, in which silver(I) aggregates tBuC≡C⊃Ag3,… Expand
A pyrovanadate-templated silver(I)-ethynide cluster circumscribed by macrocyclic polyoxovanadate(V).
In the giant mixed-metal silver(I)-ethynide cluster compound, the cyclic polyoxovanadate located at a 4 site takes a contorted configuration to wrap around an inner Ag(44) cluster that in turn encapsulates a pair of pyrovanadate templates. Expand
High-nuclearity silver ethynide clusters assembled with phosphonate and metavanadate precursors.
Three unprecedented mixed-metal giant clusters with the silver(I) tert-butylethynide moiety and various phosphonate-functionalized oxovanadate building blocks are isolated. Expand
A three-dimensional complex with a one-dimensional cobalt-hydroxyl chain based on planar nonanuclear clusters showing spin-canted antiferromagnetism.
The results suggest that reasonable design and choice of large carboxylate ligandbased on a specific scaffold could be effective for the construction of magnetic materials based on a novel 1D magnetic chain. Expand
A new exploration towards aminothiazolquinolone oximes as potentially multi-targeting antibacterial agents: Design, synthesis and evaluation acting on microbes, DNA, HSA and topoisomerase IV.
- Liang-liang Wang, N. Battini, +6 authors Cheng‐He Zhou
- Chemistry, Medicine
- European journal of medicinal chemistry
- 19 June 2019
The preliminarily mechanism exploration revealed that compound 10b could not only exert efficient membrane permeability by interfering with the integrity of cells, bind with topoisomerase IV-DNA complex through hydrogen bonds and π-π stacking, but also form a steady biosupramolecular complex by intercalating into DNA to exert the efficient antibacterial activity. Expand
Silver(I) ethynide coordination networks and clusters assembled with tert-butylphosphonic acid.
Single-crystal X-ray analysis revealed that complexes 1 and 2 display different layer-type coordination networks, while 3 and 4 contain high-nuclearity silver(I) composite clusters enclosing nitrate and chloride template ions, respectively, that are supported by (t)BuPO(3)(2-) ligands. Expand
Monoorganooxotin cage, diorganotin ladders, diorganotin double chain and triorganotin single chain formed with phosphonate and arsonate ligands.
The solvothermal reaction of n-BuSn(O)OH with PhPO(3)H(2) afforded the hexanuclear monoorganooxotin phosphonate cage, which contains both sulfonate and arsonate ligands. Expand
Isolation and Crystallographic Characterization of Lu3 N@C2n (2n=80-88): Cage Selection by Cluster Size.
Experimental evidence is presented to establish the size effect of the internal metallic cluster on selecting the outer cage of endohedral metallofullerenes (EMFs) by using a medium-sized metal, lutetium, which possesses an ionic radius between Sc and Gd. Expand