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Open Access Coordination Polymers of Small Cyano Anions

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Small cyano anions, and their derivatives, have proved to be remarkably versatile building blocks for coordination polymers. They have led to magnetically ordered materials, structures with new entangled motifs or novel topologies, and a significant structural diversity, including polymorphism, induced by subtle changes in anion, cation, co-ligands, preparative conditions, or even desolvation.
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Keywords: COORDINATION POLYMERS; CRYSTAL ENGINEERING; MAGNETIC PROPERTIES; SMALL CYANO ANIONS

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: School of Chemistry Monash University 3800 Australia. [email protected] 2: School of Chemistry Monash University 3800 Australia

Publication date: May 1, 2013

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