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A two-dimensional honeycomb coordination network based on fused triacontanuclear heterometallic {Co12Mn18} wheels

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Abstract

An unprecedented two-dimensional honeycomb network based on fused triacontanuclear heterometallic wheels of 3.4 nm, {[Co2(Mn3O)(N3)2(pic)6(NO3)]}6 (Hpic = picolinic acid), has been assembled. The hexagonal {Co12Mn18} wheel motif is composed of six oxo-centered {Mn3} trinuclear and six {Co2} dinuclear moieties acting as nodes and linkers, respectively. The paramagnetic properties of this compound observed down to 1.8 K result from the competition of Mn⋯Mn, Mn⋯Co and Co⋯Co interactions in combination with spin–orbit coupling and single-ion behavior of the Co(II) centers.

Graphical abstract: A two-dimensional honeycomb coordination network based on fused triacontanuclear heterometallic {Co12Mn18} wheels

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Submitted
09 Feb 2015
Accepted
17 Mar 2015
First published
20 Mar 2015

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2015,51, 7356-7359
Article type
Communication
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A two-dimensional honeycomb coordination network based on fused triacontanuclear heterometallic {Co12Mn18} wheels

J. Liu, M. Qu, R. Clérac and X. M. Zhang, Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 7356
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC01199J

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