Bridging the gap between solution and solid state studies in polyoxometalate chemistry: Discovery of a family of [V1M17]-based cages encapsulating two {(VO4)-O-V} moieties

TitleBridging the gap between solution and solid state studies in polyoxometalate chemistry: Discovery of a family of [V1M17]-based cages encapsulating two {(VO4)-O-V} moieties
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsMiras HN, Long DL, Kogerler P, Cronin L
Journal TitleDalton Transactions
Pages214-221
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number1477-9226
Accession NumberISI:000251770500006
Keywordsbuilding-blocks, clusters, DAWSON ANIONS, DOT-S INTERACTIONS, ISOMER, ONE-ELECTRON, oxidation, REDUCTION, SUBSTITUTED HETEROPOLYANIONS, symmetry
Abstract

A family of polyoxometalates with the composition [H2V3M17O62](6-) features a Dawson-like architecture containing two tetrahedral {(VO4)-O-V} templates rather than main group hetero-anions ({PO4} or {SO4} etc.) typically associated with classical heteropolyacids, situated within a mixed-metal {(M17VO54)-V-VI-O-IV} cage and these clusters were first discovered using mass spectrometry.

DOI10.1039/b714285d
Alternate JournalDalton Trans.