Polyoxometalate chemistry : from topology via self-assembly to applications

  title={Polyoxometalate chemistry : from topology via self-assembly to applications},
  author={M. T. Pope and A. M{\"u}ller},
Introduction to Polyoxometalate Chemistry: From Topology via Self-Assembly to Applications M.T. Pope, A. Muller. Synthetic Strategies. 1. Rational Approaches to Polyoxometalate Synthesis R.J. Errington. 2. Functionalization of Polyoxometalates: Achievements and Perspectives A. Proust, R. Villaneau. 3. From the First Sulfurated Keggin Anion to a New Class of Compounds Based on the [M2O2S2 2+ Building Block M-Mo,W E. Cadot, et al. 4. Organometallic Oxometal Clusters A. Proust, et al. Structures… Expand
Polyoxometalate-Mediated Self-Assembly of Single-Molecule Magnets: [lcub][XW9O34]2[MnIII4MnII2O4(H2O)4][rcub]12[minus]We thank the EPSRC, WestCHEM, and the University of Glasgow for supporting this work
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