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Polyoxometalate-Based Well-Defined Rodlike Structural Multifunctional Materials: Synthesis, Structure, and Properties

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posted on 04.02.2019, 12:22 by Xi-Ming Luo, Ning-Fang Li, Zhao-Bo Hu, Jia-Peng Cao, Chen-Hui Cui, Qing-Fang Lin, Yan Xu
The unpredictability of the polyoxometalate (POM) coordination model and the diversity of organic ligands provide more possibilities for the exploration and fabrication of various novel POM-based materials. In this work, a series of POM-based lanthanide (Ln)–Schiff base nanoclusters, [Ln­(H2O)2(DAPSC)]2[Ln­(H2O)3(DAPSC)]2[(SiW12O40)]3·15H2O (Ln = Sm, 1; Eu, 2; Tb, 3), have been successfully isolated by the reaction of classical Keggin POMs, a Ln3+ ion, and a Schiff-base ligand [2,6-diacetylpyridine bis­(semicarbazone), abbreviated as DAPSC]. Both the hindrance effect of the organic ligand and charge balance endow the cluster with fascinating structural features of discrete and linear arrangement. The title compounds with dimensions of ca. 4 × 1 × 1 nm3 are first trimeric polyoxometalate-based nanosized compounds, constructed by saturated POM anions (SiW12O404–, denoted as SiW12). Moreover, the properties (stability, electrochemistry, third-order nonlinear optics, and magnetism) of the compounds have also been studied.

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