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Initial employment of α-benzoin oxime as a route to high-nuclearity metal clusters: decanuclear CuII complexes with a wheel topology

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Abstract

The initial employment of α-benzoin oxime (bzoxH2) in metal cluster chemistry has provided access to a new family of decanuclear CuII complexes with a loop or single-strand wheel topology; the CuII10clusters are antiferromagnetically-coupled with an S = 0 spin ground state, as expected for even-membered loop arrays of CuII atoms.

Graphical abstract: Initial employment of α-benzoin oxime as a route to high-nuclearity metal clusters: decanuclear CuII complexes with a wheel topology

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Submitted
30 Jan 2009
Accepted
05 Mar 2009
First published
17 Mar 2009

Dalton Trans., 2009, 3646-3649
Article type
Communication

Initial employment of α-benzoin oxime as a route to high-nuclearity metal clusters: decanuclear CuII complexes with a wheel topology

G. C. Vlahopoulou, T. C. Stamatatos, V. Psycharis, S. P. Perlepes and G. Christou, Dalton Trans., 2009, 3646
DOI: 10.1039/B901990A

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