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Pcuversuslim nets: topological variation of cyano-bridged copper(I)-tetrazole coordination frameworks caused by Cu2(azole)2-SBU versatility

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Abstract

The Cu2(azole)2-SBU (secondary building unit) versatility is illustrated in the construction of cyano-bridged copper(I)-tetrazole coordination frameworks through in situsolvo(hydro)thermal syntheses, yielding {[Cu23-Mtta)2(CN)][Na(CH3CN)]}n (1), with a common non-interpenetrated 3D pcu net, and {[Cu43-HMtta)2(CN)3](OH)}n (2), with an unprecedented four-fold interpenetrated 3D lim net.

Graphical abstract: Pcu versus lim nets: topological variation of cyano-bridged copper(I)-tetrazole coordination frameworks caused by Cu2(azole)2-SBU versatility

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Submitted
21 Apr 2008
Accepted
21 Apr 2008
First published
22 May 2008

CrystEngComm, 2008,10, 978-980
Article type
Communication

Pcu versus lim nets: topological variation of cyano-bridged copper(I)-tetrazole coordination frameworks caused by Cu2(azole)2-SBU versatility

Z. Li, M. Li, S. Zhan, X. Huang, S. W. Ng and D. Li, CrystEngComm, 2008, 10, 978
DOI: 10.1039/B806768F

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