A novel three-dimensional network constructed from tetramolybdate clusters linked via two types of copper complex fragments: synthesis, characterization, and magnetic behavior of [[CuII(2,2'-bpy)][CuII(IN)2][Mo4O12(OH)2]].
A novel three-dimensional copper molybdate with mixed ligands, [[Cu(II)(2,2'-bpy)][Cu(II)(IN)(2)][Mo(4)O(12)(OH)(2)]] (IN(-) = isonicotinate ion, 2,2'-bpy = 2,2'-bipyridine), 1, has been hydrothermally synthesized and structurally characterized, and this compound is built from an unprecedented tetranuclear molybdenum oxide cluster covalently bonded to two types of copper complex fragments, [Cu(II)(2,2'-bpy)](2+) and [Cu(II)(IN)(2)], via terminal oxygen atoms of [MoO(6)] octahedra. Crystal data for compound 1: monoclinic, space group C2/c, a = 16.4755 A, b = 10.3714 A, c = 17.4382 A, alpha = 90.0000 degrees, beta = 94.8098 degrees, gamma = 90.0000 degrees; V = 2969.24 A(3); Z = 2. Variable temperature magnetic susceptibility indicates that both ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic interactions exist in 1.
Lü, J; Shen, E; Yuan, M; Li, Y; Wang, E; Hu, C; Xu, L; Peng, J
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