Linear, Zigzag, and Helical Cerium(III) Coordination Polymers

TitleLinear, Zigzag, and Helical Cerium(III) Coordination Polymers
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsMalaestean IL, Kutluca-Alici M, Ellern A, van Leusen J, Schilder H, Speldrich M, Baca SG, Kogerler P
Journal TitleCrystal Growth & Design
Volume12
Pages1593-1602
Date Published03
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number1528-7483
Accession NumberWOS:000301098700071
Keywordsacetates, CE, clusters, corrosion-inhibitors, crystal-structure, family, magnetic-properties, rare-earth complexes, saddle-like core, structural, SYSTEMATICS
Abstract

Five novel one-dimensional cerium(III) carboxylate coordination polymers, [Ce(O2CCH2CHMe2)(3)(EtOH)(2)](n) (1), {[Ce(O2CCH2Me)(3)(H2O)]center dot 0.5(4,4'-bpy)}(n) (2; 4,4'-bpy = 4,4'-bipyridine), {[Ce-2(O2CCHMe2)(6)(H2O)(3)]}(n) (3), {[Ce-3(O2CCHMe2)(9)(nPrOH)(4)]}(n) (4), and {[Ce-3(O2CCHMe2)(9)(HO2CCHMe2)(2-)(H2O)(2)]center dot 2Me(2)CHCO(2)H}(n) (5), showcase the surprisingly consistent tendency of Ce(III) coordination network structures to adopt one-dimensional connection modes. The type of carboxylate as well as the reaction solvents determines the exact bridging versus end-on coordination modes for the carboxylates and, in turn, discriminate between linear, zigzag, and helical arrangements. Detailed magnetochemical analyses reveal pronounced single-ion effects and the expected weak antiferromagnetic coupling.

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DOI10.1021/cg2016337
Alternate JournalCryst. Growth Des.