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One-dimensional water cages with repeat units of (H2O)24 resembling pagodane trapped in a 3D coordination polymer: proton conduction and tunable luminescence emission by adsorption of anionic dyes

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Abstract

A 3D-coordination polymer was shown to trap one-dimensional polyhedral water cages consisting of repeat units of (H2O)24, the geometry of which resembles the exotic organic molecule pagodane. Further, this material exhibited proton conduction ability and tunable luminescence emission by adsorption of anionic dyes such as the fluorescein dianion.

Graphical abstract: One-dimensional water cages with repeat units of (H2O)24 resembling pagodane trapped in a 3D coordination polymer: proton conduction and tunable luminescence emission by adsorption of anionic dyes

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Submitted
09 Apr 2015
Accepted
22 May 2015
First published
25 May 2015

CrystEngComm, 2015,17, 4439-4443
Article type
Communication
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One-dimensional water cages with repeat units of (H2O)24 resembling pagodane trapped in a 3D coordination polymer: proton conduction and tunable luminescence emission by adsorption of anionic dyes

K. Maity, T. Kundu, R. Banerjee and K. Biradha, CrystEngComm, 2015, 17, 4439
DOI: 10.1039/C5CE00969C

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