Porous metal-organic frameworks based on metal-organic polyhedra with nanosized cavities as supramolecular building blocks: two-fold interpenetrating primitive cubic networks of [Cu6L8]12+ nanocages.

Abstract

Discrete metal-organic polyhedra (MOP) with nanosized cavities and/or clusters of MOP could be prepared when C3-symmetric facial ligands and a potential hexatopic Cu(II) ion are combined in the presence of perchlorate as a weak linker, while similar reaction conditions in the presence of a nitrate linker led to extended metal-organic frameworks made of MOP as supramolecular building blocks.

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@article{Park2007PorousMF, title={Porous metal-organic frameworks based on metal-organic polyhedra with nanosized cavities as supramolecular building blocks: two-fold interpenetrating primitive cubic networks of [Cu6L8]12+ nanocages.}, author={Jaejoon Park and Seunghee Hong and Dohyun Moon and Mira Park and Kyungjin Lee and Sangmi Kang and Yang Zou and Rohith P John and Ghyung Hwa Kim and Myoung Soo Lah}, journal={Inorganic chemistry}, year={2007}, volume={46 24}, pages={10208-13} }