Isoreticular Homochiral Porous Metal−Organic Structures with Tunable Pore Sizes
datasetposted on 20.08.2007 by Danil N. Dybtsev, Maxim P. Yutkin, Eugenia V. Peresypkina, Alexander V. Virovets, Christian Serre, Gérard Férey, Vladimir P. Fedin
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Chiral-layered building motifs of zinc(II) camphorate are linked through linear N-donor ligands, forming series of three-dimensional isoreticular porous homochiral frameworks. The lengths of these linear ligands control the pore sizes and free accessible volumes of the homochiral metal−organic structures.