The hydrothermal reactions of V2O5, a copper(II) source, 1,4-carboxy-phenylphosphonic acid, a bidentate organonitrogen ligand and HF provided a series of bimetallic organic-inorganic hybrid materials. [Cu(bpy)VO2(O2CC6H4PO3)] (1) is one-dimensional, while [Cu(bpa)VO(OH)(O2CC6H4PO3)] (2) and [Cu(phen)V2O4F(O2CC6H4PO3)] (3) are two-dimensional. In the absence of V2O5, a number of copper-organophosphonates were isolated. Compound 4 [Cu(phen)(H2O)(O2CC6H4PO3H)] is one-dimensional while [Cu3(bpy)2(O2CC6H4PO3)2] (5) is two-dimensional. Molecular structures were observed for [CuF(bpy)(H2O)(HO2CC6H4PO3H)] (6) and [Cu(bpa)(O2CC6H4PO3H)]·3H2O (7·3H2O).
- Copper vanadates
- Organic-inorganic hybrid materials
- Solid state coordination chemistry
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Materials Chemistry