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Title: A two-dimensional organic–inorganic hybrid compound, poly[(ethylenediamine)tri-µ-oxido-oxidocopper(II)molybdenum(VI)]
Authors: Gün, Özgül
Vanderveer, Don
Eanes, Mehtap
Keywords: Hybrid compound
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: International Union of Crystallography
Source: Gün, Ö., VanDerveer, D., Emirdağ-Eanes, M. (2008). A two-dimensional organic–inorganic hybrid compound, poly[(ethylenediamine) tri-l-oxido-oxidocopper(II)molybdenum(VI)]. Acta Crystallographica Section E, E64, m1238–m1239. doi: 10.1107/S160053680802792X
Abstract: A new organic–inorganic two-dimensional hybrid compound, [CuMoO4(C2H8N2)], has been hydrothermally synthesized at 443 K. The unit cell contains layers composed of CuN2O4 octahedra and MoO4 tetrahedra. Corner-sharing MoO4 and CuN2O4 polyhedra form CuMoO4 bimetallic sites that are joined together through O atoms, forming an edge-sharing Cu2Mo2O4 chain along the c axis. The one-dimensional chains are further linked through bridging O atoms that join the Cu and Mo atoms into respective chains along the b axis, thus establishing layers in the bc plane. The ethylenediamine ligand is coordinated to the Cu atom through its two N atoms and is oriented perpendicularly to the two-dimensional –Cu—O— Mo– layers. The average distance between adjacent layers, as calculated by consideration of the closest and furthest distances between two layers, is 8.7 Å. The oxidation statesof the Mo and Cu atoms of VI and II, respectively, were confirmed by bond-valence sum calculations.
ISSN: 1600-5368
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