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Anisotropic Polyoxometalate Cages Assembled via Layers of Heteroanion Templates.

著者 Zheng Q , Kupper M , Xuan W , Oki H , Tsunashima R , Long DL , Cronin L
J Am Chem Soc.2019 Jul 11 ; ():.
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The synthesis of anisotropic redox-active polyoxometalates (POMs) that can switch between multiple states is critical for understanding the mechanism of assembly of structures with a high aspect ratio, as well as for their application in electronic devices. However, a synthetic methodology for the controlled growth of such clusters is lacking. Here we describe a strategy, using the heteroanion-directed assembly, to produce a family of ten multi-layered anisotropic POM cages templated redox-active pyramidal heteroanions with the composition [W16Mo2O54(XO3)]n-,[W21Mo3O75(XO3)2]m-,[W26Mo4O93(XO3)3]o- for the single, double and triple layered clusters respectively. It was found that the introduction of reduced molybdate is essential for self-assembly of and results in mixed-metal (W/Mo) and mixed-valence (WVI/MoV) POM cages, as confirmed by an array of analytical techniques. To probe the archetype in detail, a tetrabutyl ammonium (TBA) salt derivative of a fully oxidized two-layered cage is produced as a model structure to confirm that all the cages are a statistical mixture of isostructures with variable ratios of W/Mo. Finally, it was found that multi-layered POM cages exhibit dipolar relaxations due to the presence of the mixed valence WVI/MoV metal centers, demonstrating their potential use for electronic materials.
PMID: 31295408 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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