Solid state coordination chemistry: Structural consequences of variations in tether length in the oxovanadium–copper–bisterpy–(O3P(CH2)nPO3)4−system, n = 1–6 (bisterpy = 2,2′:4′,4′:2′,2‴-quarterpyridyl-6′,6′-di-2-pyridine)

Wayne Ouellette, Bon Kweon Koo, Eric Burkholder, Vladimir Golub, C. J. O’Connor, Jon A Zubieta

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Abstract

Hydrothermal reactions of Na3VO4, an appropriate Cu(ii) source, bisterpy and an organodiphosphonate, H2O3P(CH2)nPO3H2(n = 1–6) yielded a family of materials of the type (Cu2(bisterpy))4+/VxOy n−/(O3P(CH2)nPO3)4−. This family of bimetallic oxides is characterized by an unusual structural diversity. The oxides [(Cu2(bisterpy))V2O4(O3PCH2PO3H)2] (1), [(Cu2(bisterpy)(H2O))VO2(O3P(CH2)3PO3)(HO3P(CH2)3PO3H2)] (4) and [(Cu2(bisterpy))V2O4(O3P(CH2)6PO3H)2]·2H2O (7·2H2O) are one-dimensional, while [(Cu2(bisterpy)(H2O)2)V2O4(O3P(CH2)2PO3)(HO3P(CH2)2PO3H)2] (2), [(Cu2(bisterpy))V4O8(O3P(CH2)3PO3)2]·4H2O (3·4H2O) and [(Cu2(bisterpy))V2O4(OH)2(O3P(CH2)4PO3)]·4H2O (5·4H2O) are two-dimensional. The V(iv) oxide [(Cu2(bisterpy))V4O4(O3P(CH2)5PO3H)4]·7.3H2O (6·7.3H2O) provides a relatively unusual example of a three-dimensional bimetallic oxide phosphonate. The structures reveal a variety of V/P/O substructures as building blocks.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1527-1538
Number of pages12
JournalJournal of the Chemical Society. Dalton Transactions
Volume4
Issue number10
DOIs
StatePublished - May 7 2004

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