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Binary salt of a palladium(II) complex with (phosphonomethyl)phosphonic (medronic) acid comprising `handbell‐like' [Pd{μ‐CH2(PO3)2}]3 units

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The asymmetric unit of the title compound, dipotassium bis[hexaaquanickel(II)] tris(μ2‐methylenediphosphonato)tripalladium(II) hexahydrate, K2[Ni(H2O)6]2[Pd3{CH2(PO3)2}3]·6H2O, consists of half a {[Pd{CH2(PO3)2}]3}6− anion [one Pd atom (4e) and a methylene C atom (4e) occupy positions on a twofold axis] in a rare `handbell‐like' arrangement, with K+ and [Ni(H2O)6]2+ cations to form the neutral complex, completed by three solvent water molecules. The {[Pd{CH2(PO3)2}]3}6− units exhibit close Pd...Pd separations of 3.0469 (4) Å and are packed via intermolecular C—H...Pd hydrogen bonds. The [KO9] and [NiO6] units are assembled into sheets coplanar with (011) and stacked along the [100] direction. Within these sheets there are [K4Ni4O8] and [K2Ni2O4] loops. Successive alternation of the sheets and [Pd{CH2(PO3)2}]3 units parallel to [001] produces the three‐dimensional packing, which is also supported by a dense network of hydrogen bonds involving the solvent water molecules.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 15, 2012

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