Network diversity through decoration of trigonal-prismatic nodes: two-step crystal engineering of cationic metal-organic materials

by A. Schoedel, L. Wojtas, S.P. Kelley, R.D. Rogers, M. Eddaoudi, M.J. Zaworotko
Year: 2011 DOI: 10.1002/anie.201104688

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Angewandte Chemie - International Edition, 50 (48), pp. 11421-11424, (2011)


MOMs the word! In a two-step process, first a trigonal-prismatic Primary Molecular Building Block ([Cr 3O(isonic) 6] +, tp-PMBB-1) was formed and then it was connected to linear linkers or square-planar nodes to afford three novel highly charged cationic metal-organic materials (MOMs) with snx, snw, and stp topologies.





Chromium Crystal engineering Mesoporous materials Metal-organic frameworks Synthesis design Mesoporous Metal Organic Framework Metal-organic Molecular building blocks Network diversity Synthesis design Two-step process