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Issue 6, 2000

Thioether ligands as molecular rods in silver(I) coordination networks: 1,4-dithiane as an analogue of pyrazine

Abstract

The Ag(I) coordination networks, {[Ag(1,4-dithiane)]BF4}( and {[Ag2(1,4-dithiane)3](BF4)2}( have been prepared and structurally characterised, establishing the role of this simple thioether molecular rod in the construction of coordination networks. In the structure of {[Ag(1,4-dithiane)]BF4}( linear one-dimensional chains are formed, the arrangement of which is controlled by weak Ag⋯F2BF2 interactions [F⋯Ag = 2.886(2)Å]. In {[Ag2(1,4-dithiane)3]BF4)2}( an unusual honeycomb network is observed.

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CrystEngComm, 2000,2, 41-45
Article type
Paper

Thioether ligands as molecular rods in silver(I) coordination networks: 1,4-dithiane as an analogue of pyrazine

A. J. Blake, N. R. Brooks, N. R. Champness, J. W. Cunningham, P. Hubberstey and M. Schroeder, CrystEngComm, 2000, 2, 41 DOI: 10.1039/B001177K

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