Structure, Magnetic and Ion-Exchange Properties of Self-Assembled Triaza-Copper(II)-Oxalate Hybrides Having Nanoscale One-Dimensional Channel
The X-ray structure, porous and magnetic property of a self-assembled network 1 is described in detail. The single crystal X-ray analysis provides 1 as a three-dimensional network, which contains two-dimensional permanent ring forming nanoscale one-dimensional channels. The inter-replacement of perchlorate and hexafluorophosphate anions in solid 1 proves its porous structure. There is somewhat strong antiferromagnetic interaction (J = −74.1 cm−1) between two copper(II) ions through oxalate bridge and weak antiferromagnetic interaction (J = −5.1 cm−1) through AEP ligand.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2006-11-01
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