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Volume 33, July 2013 Ali Ourari, Djouhra Aggoun, Lahcène Ouahab Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33 (2013) 118124 A novel copper(II)-Schiff base complex containing pyrrole ring: Synthesis, characterization and its modi ed electrodes applied in oxidation of aliphatic alcohols Tiffany M. Smith, Nika Mahne, Andrey Prosvirin, Kim R. Dunbar, Jon Zubieta Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33 (2013) 15 A tetranuclear oxouorovanadium(IV) cluster encapsulating a Na(H 2 O) n + subunit Hydrothermal syntheses provided oxouorova- nadium(IV) clusters encapsulating sodium cations: [{Na(H 2 O) n } {V 4 O 4 F 4 (O 3 PCH 2 PO 3 ) 4 }] 10 (n = 1 (1) and n = 2 (2)). A polyhedral/ball and stick representation of the cluster with n = 1 are shown. Ya-Ping Li, Xiu-Ming Liu, Ying-Hui Zhang, Ze Chang Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33 (2013) 69 A uorescent and colorimetric sensor for Al 3+ based on a dibenzo-18-crown-6 derivative A new chemosensor based on 18-crown-6 derivative has been synthesized and characterized, which could serve as a ratiometric and colorimetric sensor for Al 3+ based on internal charge transfer (ICT). Contents Feature Article Short Communications Elsevier B.V. doi:10.1016/S1387-7003(13)00101-9 Contents lists available at SciVerse ScienceDirect Inorganic Chemistry Communications journal homepage:

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Volume 33, July 2013

Ali Ourari, Djouhra Aggoun, Lahcène Ouahab

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 118–124

A novel copper(II)-Schiff base complexcontaining pyrrole ring: Synthesis, characterizationand its modified electrodes applied in oxidation ofaliphatic alcohols

Tiffany M. Smith, Nika Mahne,Andrey Prosvirin, Kim R. Dunbar, Jon Zubieta

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 1–5

A tetranuclear oxofluorovanadium(IV) clusterencapsulating a Na(H2O)n+ subunit

Hydrothermal syntheses provided oxofluorova-nadium(IV) clusters encapsulating sodium cations:[{Na(H2O)n} ⊂ {V4O4F4(O3PCH2PO3)4}]10−

(n = 1 (1) and n = 2 (2)). A polyhedral/balland stick representation of the cluster withn = 1 are shown.

Ya-Ping Li, Xiu-Ming Liu, Ying-Hui Zhang,Ze Chang

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 6–9

A fluorescent and colorimetric sensor for Al3+

based on a dibenzo-18-crown-6 derivative

A new chemosensor based on 18-crown-6derivative has been synthesized andcharacterized, which could serve as a ratiometricand colorimetric sensor for Al3+ based oninternal charge transfer (ICT).


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Yu-LongWang, Mei-Ling Feng, Kai-YaoWang,Jian-Rong Li, Ze-Ping Wang, Guo-Dong Zou,Xiao-Ying Huang

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 10–14

Two novel one-dimensional mercuryselenidostannateswith transitionmetal complexes:[Fe(phen)3]Hg2Sn2Se7·1.5eta·0.25H2O and[Ni2(teta)2(μ-teta)]HgSn3Se9

Jin-Song Hu, Xin Zhuo, Xi-Hui Liu,Hong-Long Xing, Jie He, He-Gen Zheng

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 15–18

Two stacked 2Dchiral/2Dchiral → 2Dachiral sheetsbased on V-shaped imidazolyl ligand and flexiblealiphatic acids

Guozan Yuan, Lulu Rong, Caibo Yue,Xianwen Wei

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 19–24

Supramolecular assembly of two two-foldedhelical structures based on 2-substituted8-hydroxyquinoline complexes

Two complexes [Co(L1)2(pyridine)2] (1)and [Cu(L2)2] (2) were fabricated byself-assembly of M(II) ions with twonovel 2-substituted-8-hydroxyquinolineligands. The supramolecular structuresof 1 and 2 feature two different two-folded helical chains and thereby 3Dnetworks via non-covalent interactions.

Jing-Yun Hu, Jiong Wen, Xiao-Gang Yang,Min Chen, Chun-Sen Liu

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 25–28

A 3-D lanthanide–organic framework based onin situ formed benzene-1,2,3,4-tetracarboxylateligand

One new 3-D open lanthanide–organicframework {[La2(L)1.5(H2O)4]∙2.75H2O}∞ (1)(L = benzene-1,2,3,4-tetracarboxylate) hasbeen hydrothermally synthesized through insitu ligand formation, which exhibited anunusua l (4 ,5 ,6) - connec ted (42 .8 4 )( topology.

T h e fi r s t e x a m p l e s o f m e r c u r ychalcogenidostannates with transitionmetal complexes as structure-directinga g e n t s , n a m e l y , [ F e ( p h e n ) 3 ]Hg2Sn2Se7·1.5eta·0.25H2O (phen = 1,10-phenanthroline; eta = ethanolamine) (1)a nd [N i 2 ( t e t a ) 2 ( μ - t e t a ) ]Hg Sn 3 S e 9

(teta = triethylenetetramine) (2), havebeen obtained solvothermally, whosestructures feature different infinite chains.

Two new stacked 2Dchiral/2Dchiral → 2Dachiral

coordination polymers were synthesized basedon V-shaped imidazolyl ligand and flexiblepolyaliphatic acids.

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Xiu-ping Zheng, Ying Lu, Huan Zhang,Zhi-ming Zhang, En-bo Wang

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 29–32

Two new metal–organic frameworks based oncyclic dodecanuclear copper units

Two new 12-connected MOFs based ondodecanuclear copper units were synthesizedand characterized.

Devaraj Pandiarajan, Rengan Ramesh,Yu Liu, Rajamanickam Suresh

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 33–37

Palladium(II) thiosemicarbazone-catalyzedSuzuki–Miyaura cross-coupling reactions ofaryl halides

Tingting Yu, Huiyuan Ma, Shaobin Li,Heng Liu, Haijun Pang

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 43–47

Interdigitated architectures assembled fromα-metatungstates and lanthanide–organiccomplexes

Two new inorganic–organic hybridcompounds were synthesized, whichr ep r e s en t t he fi r s t e x amp l e s o finterdigitated architectures assembledfrom polyoxometalates and lanthanide–organic complexes.

New catalytically active palladium(II)t h i o s em i c a r b a z o n e c omp l e x wa ssynthesized and characterized. The singlecrystal X-ray analysis of the complex showsa typical square planar geometry aroundpalladium(II) centre. The synthesizedcomplex was successfully used as catalystsfor Suzuk i–Miyaura cross-coupl ingreaction.

Ren-Wu Huang, Yu Zhu, Shuang-Quan Zang,Mao-Lin Zhang

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 38–42

Construction of silver–organic framework withsilver rods of repeated Ag-triangle units: Synthesis,structure, and properties

One new silver coordination polymer has beensynthesized under solvent evaporation condition.This compound was characterized by X-ray singlecrystal diffraction, infrared spectroscopy, elementalanalysis, and thermogravimetric analysis. Inaddition, temperature dependent luminescencespectra from 298 to 77 K have been studied.


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Sung-min Hyun, Tae Kyung Kim,Yun Kyeong Kim, Dohyun Moon,Hoi Ri Moon

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 52–56

Guest-driven structural flexibility of 2Dcoordination polymers: Synthesis, structuralcharacterizations, and gas sorption properties

Ekaterina G. Lebed, Alexander S. Belov,Alexander V. Dolganov, Anna V. Vologzhanina,Valentin V. Novikov, Evgenii V. Kuznetsov,Yan Z. Voloshin

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 57–62

Template synthesis, structure and properties of4-pyridinylboron-capped iron(II) clathrochelateprecursors for Bubnov diallylation reaction

We report the synthesis and single-crystalstructures of two 2D coordination polymers,{[(NiLallyl)2(BuTC)]∙2DEF∙2H2O} (1) and{ [ ( N i L a l l y l ) 2 ( B u T C ) ] ∙ 3 H 2 O } ( 2 )(H4BuTC = 1,2,3,4-butanetetracarboxylicacid, [NiLallyl]2+ = [Ni(C14H30N6)]) which areself-assembled in two different kinds ofsolvent systems, and their interestingstructural flexibility and the CO2 sorptionbehavior depending on guest molecules.

First 4-pyridinylboron-capped iron(II)clathrochelates, which are prospective boththe precursors for Bubnov diallylation reactionand the bridging ditopic N,N′-ligands for designof coordination polymers and polynucleartransition metal complexes, were obtained bytemplate macrobicyclization of aliphatic,aromatic and halogenide α-dioximes with 4-pyridinylboronic acid on a Fe2+ ion as a matrix.

Reza Azadbakht, Tayebe Almasi,Hassan Keypour, Majid Rezaeivala

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 63–67

A new asymmetric Schiff base system asfluorescent chemosensor for Al3+ ion

A new asymmetric Schiff base chemosensor(HL)has been synthesized.HLpossesses a highaffinity and selectivity to Al3+ cations over 17other metal cations by enhancement of thefluorescence emission. The sensor exhibitscolor change from pale yellow to colorlesstoward Al3+ ions.

Yeong Joon Jang, Yo Han Yeon,Hee Young Yang, Jin Young Noh,In Hong Hwang, Cheal Kim

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 48–51

A colorimetric and fluorescent chemosensor forselective detection of Cr3+ and Al3+

A chemosensor based on naphthol andquinoline moieties has been synthesized forthedetectionofCr3+andAl3+as a colorimetricand fluorescent sensor inmethanol. The sensorexhibited a selective colorimetric recognitiontowards Cr3+ via color change from yellow tocolorless and a sensitive fluorescentrecognition towards Al3+.

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Zhiqiang Guo, Song Wang, Hongbo Tong,Jianbin Chao, Xuehong Wei

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 68–72

Bidentate pyrrolyl lithium complexes: Synthesis,crystal structure and catalytic activity for thecyclotrimerization of isocyanates

A convenient and practical method for thecyclotrimerization of isocyanates is described.The reaction is catalyzed in the presence ofcatalytic amounts (0.1 mol%) of lithiumcompounds containing substituted pyrrolyll igands leads to the correspondingisocyanurates in high yields (up to 98%).

Yuan-Bing Li, Wen-Dan Cheng,Wei-Long Zhang, Zhong-Zhen Luo

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 73–74

Synthesis and magnetic properties of aquaternary compound Ba3F2MnSe3 with one-dimensional tetragonal chain structure

Ba3F2MnSe3 was synthesized by using a high-temperature solid-state reaction method inclosed silica tubes, which is characterized bythe existence of an infinite one-dimensional1∞[MnSe3]4−upright chain constituted ofcorner-sharing, distorted MnSe4 tetrahedra.Magnetic susceptibility results verify thepresence of a low-dimensional antifer-romagnetic short-range order at lowtemperature.

Wei Huang, Yu-Hui Shui, Xing-Xing Zhang,Da-Yu Wu

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 78–81

Homochiral three-dimensional coordinationpolymer consisting of one-dimensional copperchain: Synthesis, structure and magneticproperty

Jorge A. Güida

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 75–77

Generation of a low temperature NO linkageisomer in a transition metal complex of group9: K[IrCl5NO]

Homochiral malic copper coordinationpolymer with 1-D magnetic structure wassolvothermally obtained. The magneticproperty was studied to show strongantiferromagnetic coupling (J =−596 K)within the chain and negligible one betweenthe 1-D chain.

The [IrCl5NO]− 1 ion can be partiallytransformed into a metastable state (MS1) bylight irradiation in the 308–420 nm spectralregion at 77 K. The infrared band, that grewafter irradiation at 1812 cm−1,was assigned toν(NO)ofmetastable state 1 (or an IrON linkageisomer).


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Marco Bortoluzzi, Alberto Scrivanti,Andrea Reolon, Emanuele Amadio,Valerio Bertolasi

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 82–85

Synthesis and characterization of novel gold(III)complexes with polydentate N-donor ligandsbased on the pyridine and triazole heterocycles

Yi-Qiang Mu, Ben-Feng Zhu, Dong-Sheng Li,Dong Guo, Lu-Fang Ma

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 86–89

A new highly-connected 3D [Co4(μ3-OH)2]cluster-based framework from differentdicarboxylates and N-donor co-ligands: Synthesis,structure and magnetic property

The coordination chemistry towards Au(III) ofpyridine-triazole ligands has been explored.These ligands form neutral and ionic mono-nuclear chloro-complexes. The coordinationmode and the formation of the complexesappear strongly influenced by small changes ofbasicity caused by the introduction of alkyl- ofaryl-substituents on the triazole moiety.

A new 3D [Co4(μ3-OH)2] cluster-basedcoordination framework displays a rare 8-connected self-penetrating ilc net, which caninterestingly be regarded as the crosslink of twointerpenetrating 6-connected pcu networks.

Joo-Eun Jee, Chee-Hun Kwak

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 95–98

Dimeric Ni(II)2 and polymeric Ni(II)4Fe(II) typecomplexes bridged with Cl− and CN− ligands:X-ray structures and magnetic properties of adimeric complex of [(tren)Ni(μ-Cl)2Ni(tren)](ClO4)2 and a polymeric complex of {[Fe(CN)6][Ni(tren)]2[Ni(tren)(H2O)]2}Cl2(ClO4)2·4H2O

Hui Duan, Zhi-Ming Zhang, Xin-Bao Han,Yi-Zhen Chen, Jian-Qiang Shen,Wei-Peng Wang, Xiao-Tao Zheng,Huan-Yu Zhou, En-Bo Wang

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 90–94

Sandwich-type tungstoantimonates decoratedby the heterometallic 3d–5p clusters

Dimeric complex 1 shows aweak ferromagneticcoupling and one-dimensional polymericrectangular chain of complex 2 shows a spincrossover in Fe(II) ion.

A new 3d–5p heterometallic cluster-containingsandwich-type tungstoantimonate wassynthesized by reaction of the preformed largecluster [NaSb9W21O86]18− and transition-metalcations.

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Shuanbao Tian, Yanzhou Li, Junwei Zhao,Pengtao Ma, Lijuan Chen

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 99–104

A novel organic–inorganic hybrid sandwich-type germanotungstate with discrete [Fe4(en)2(α-GeW9O34)2]8− polyoxoanions and 1-D [Fe4(en)(α-GeW9O34)2]n8n− polymeric chains

The first sandwich-type germanotungstate hybridwith discrete [Fe4(en)2(α-GeW9O34)2]8−

polyoxoanions and 1-D [Fe4(en)(α-GeW9O34)2]n8n− polymeric chains has been synthesized, whichexhibits the ferromagnetic interactions within thebelt-like tetra-FeIII clusters.

Zhenyu Shi, Jun Peng, Zheyu Zhang,Xia Yu, Kundawlet Alimaje, Xiang Wang

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 105–108

Syntheses, structures and photoluminescenceof two Dawson-based hybrid materials withpolynuclear silver clusters

Two new POM-based hybrids (POM =po lyoxometa l a t e ) , name ly , [Ag6 (HL)4(H2O)6(P2W18O62)]·4H2O (1) and[Ag4(H2biim)4][K2(H2O)3(P2W18O62)]·H2O(2) (HL = 5-(4-imidazol-1-yl-phenyl)-2H-tetrazole, H2biim = 2,2′-biimidazole), havebeen hydrothermally synthesized andcharacterized. X-ray diffraction analysisreveals that compound 1 is a 3D structurebased on infinite organic-metal chains{Ag6(HL)4}n and Wells–Dawson anions.Compound 2 displays a 3D framework basedon potassium-POM inorganic sheets anddinuclear silver-H2biim units.

Tae Ho Kim, Sangjin Lee, Youngeun Jeon,Yong Woon Shin, Jineun Kim

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 114–117

Reversible photoluminescence switch: Astair-step Cu4I4 coordination polymer basedon a dithioether ligand

Andrey V. Kravchenko, Sergey V. Timofeev,Olga N. Kazheva, Grigorii G. Alexandrov,Igor B. Sivaev, Vladimir I. Bregadze,Vladimir A. Starodub, Lev I. Buravov,Oleg A. Dyachenko

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 109–113

Molecular conductors with anti-7,7′:8,8′-bis(dithio)bis(7,8-dicarbaundecaborate) anion

Presented here are Cu(I) coordinationp o l y m e r s e x h i b i t i n g r e v e r s i b l eluminescence switching on/off propertyupon removal and exposure of acetonitrile.

New radical cation salts (BEDT-TTF)2[anti-7 , 7 ′ : 8 , 8 ′ - b i s ( d i t h i o ) b i s ( 7 , 8 -dicarbaundecaborate)] and (TMTTF)2[anti-7,7 ′ : 8 , 8 ′ - b i s ( d i t h i o ) b i s ( 7 , 8 -dicarbaundecaborate)] were obtained byelectrocrystallization from solution ofbis(ortho-carboranyl-1 ,2-dithiolate)cobalt(I I) complex (Me4N)2[Co(1,2-S2C2B10H10)2] and the correspondingtetrathiafulvalene derivatives.


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David A. Lee, Sang K. Moon, Adrian N. Sizeland,Nicholas W. Gould, Eshere M. Gbarbea,Deborah Owusu, Daniel S. Jones,Thomas A. Schmedake

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 125–128

Synthesis and characterization of a dipyridocatecholatesilicon complex

The reaction of [Si(bpy)2I2]I2 with 1,10-phenanthroline-5,6-dione followed by metathesisprovides salts of [Si(bpy)2(dpcat)]+2 (1, bpy =2,2′-bipyridine and dpcat =dipyridocatecholate).Recrystallization of [Si(bpy)2(dpcat)](ClO4)2from an aqueous solution of NaClO4 affordedorange crystals of Na[Si(bpy)2(H-dpcat)](ClO4)4·3H2O (2), in which silicon possessed a distortedoctahedral geometry.

Zhao Su, Qi Yue, Xiu-Chun Yi, Kun Wang,En-Qing Gao

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 129–132

Manganese(II)-promoted ligand oxidationduring the formation of a coordination polymer

When reacting with Mn(II), fluorene-2,7-dicarboxylic acid undergoes in situ oxidation togenerate a two-dimensional coordinationpolymerwith fluorenone-2,7-dicarboxylate, which is basedon trinuclear units and displays antiferromagneticexchange.

Dan Wang, Bin Liu, Jin Jin, Xue-Mei Liu,Yan-Yan Jia, Gang-Lin Xue

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 138–141

X-ray single-crystal structure and magneticproperties of KMn(H2O)5Ru2(CO3)4·5H2O:A layered soft magnet

Takahisa Ikeue, Yuko Kimura, Kazuhiro Karino,Masanari Iida, Tomoe Yamaji, Ichiro Hiromitsu,Tamotsu Sugimori, Daisuke Yoshioka,MasahiroMikuriya, Makoto Handa

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 133–137

Structural, magnetic, and 1H NMR spectralstudy on lantern-type cis- and trans-diruthenium(II,III) complexes with two formamidinato andtwo acetato bridges

The temperature manipulation induces theaggregation of Ru2(CO3)4

3− paddle-wheelprecursorsandMn2+cations in lower temperature~10 °C forming layer structural soft magnet,KMn(H2O)4Ru2(CO3)4 · 5H2O (1), showingTc = 3.8 K.

The paramagnetic lantern-type dinuclearcomplexes, cis-[Ru2(4-Me-pf)2(O2CMe)2Cl]and trans-[Ru2(2,6-Et2-pf)2(O2CMe)2Cl] wereprepared and characterized. The cis- and trans-(2:2) arrangements of the bridging ligandswere confirmed by X-ray crystal structuresand 1H NMR spectra (298 K) in CD2Cl2.

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Yanyan Yang, Lin Xu, Fengyan Li, Xiaoshu Qu

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 142–146

pH-dependent assembly of 1D–2D structuresbased on both {V10O28} and [NiMo6O24H6]4−

units: Synthesis, structure and magneticproperties

Twonovel complexes consisting of both {V10O28}and [NiMo6O24H6]

4− units arise from a pH-dependent self-assembly process, in whichboth {V10O28} and [NiMo6O24H6]

4− anionscould be bridged by Na+ ions to form the 1Dchain-like and 2D layer structures under lowerpH value.

Oleg A. Varzatskii, Irina N. Denisenko,Sergey V. Volkov, Alexander V. Dolganov,Anna V. Vologzhanina, Yurii N. Bubnov,Yan Z. Voloshin

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 147–150

First example of perfluoroalkylation of aquasi-aromatic encapsulating ligand: 2,5-Dithiahexane-assisted reaction of the iron(II)diiodoclathrochelatewith trifluoromethylcopper(I)

Theperfluoroalkylationofiron(II)diiodoclathrochelateprecursor with (CF3)Cu afforded mono- andbis-trifluoromethylated cage complexes inmoderate yields, which were characterizedusing spectralmethods and X-ray diffraction.According to cyclic voltammetrydata, the ribbedfunctionalization of the iron clathrochelateswithtrifluoromethyl substituent(s) destabilizes boththeir oxidized and reduced forms.

Tawfeeq Ismail, Daniel D. Rossouw, Philip Beukes,Jacobus P. Slabbert, Gregory S. Smith

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 154–157

Synthesis, characterization and preliminaryin vitro cellular uptake studies of 67Ga(III)thiosemicarbazones

Yuzeng Sun, Chengxu Yang, Ting Shu, Guobao Li,Fuhui Liao, Jianhua Lin

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 151–153

Enhanced oxide ion conductivity in stabilizedcubic BaInO2.5 by Mn5+ doping

Five monothiosemicarbazone ligands werelabelledusing the radiometal

67Ga. All the complexes

are stable in saline, however, only one showedradiochemical stability in serum.

By dopingMn5+ on the In site, the cubic cell ofBaInO2.5 was stabilized to room temperaturewith enhanced conductivity.


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Pei-Jiang Liu, Dong-Sheng Ma, Dan Xiao,Guang-Feng Hou

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 158–160

A tetrazolate-based coordination complex withnovel 3D structure and catalytic property

A tetrazole–Cu(I) complex is hydrothermalsynthesized with interesting 3D sra typeframework and catalytic properties to thehydrolysis of ester.

Wei-Qiang Liao, Qin-Qin Zhou, Yi Zhang, Lei Jin

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 161–164

Synthesis, structures and dielectric properties oftwo five-coordinate copper (II) complexes basedon N-chloromethyl-1, 4-diazabicyclo[2.2.2]octane

Two novel five-coordinate metal–organic–inorganic complexes Cu(LCH2Cl)Cl3H2O (1)a n d [ C u ( L CH 2 C l ) 2 C l 2 ] ( C l O 4 ) 2 ( 2 )(L+CH2Cl = N-chloromethyl-1,4-diazabicyclo[2.2.2]octonium ion) were prepared with twodifferent geometries. Compound 1 displays 1Dchain structure cross-linked by hydrogenbonds, compound 2 displays 0D layerstructure with disorder–order transition ofClO4

− anions at different temperatures.Different structures lead to large discrepancyin the frequency and temperature dependenceof the dielectric constant measurements.

Xiang Xia Wu, Bin Ding, Jian Hui Li, Pan Yang,Ying Wang, Gui Xiang Du

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 170–174

Hydrothermal syntheses and characterizationof a series of lead(II) inorganic–organic hybridframeworks tuned by reaction temperature andinclusion of halide anions

Wei Wang, Xiaoyang Liu, Jingchao Zhang,Ying Ji, Nan Jiang, Bing Ma, Xiaofeng Wang,Li Liu

Inorganic Chemistry Communications 33(2013) 165–169

A facileway to synthesis KMgF3 and its luminescentpropertywith Eu doping

A series of novel lead(II) inorganic-organichybrid frameworks have been isolated underhydrothermal conditions. The variable lead(II)geometries and coordination numbers togetherwith flexible coordination modes of de-protonated L2− ligand also reveal greatpotential in the rational design and deliberateconstruction of those novel inorganic-organichybrid materials.

Emssion spectra of the Eu-doped KMgF3

sample. The emission spectrum of the KMgF3

microcrystal, which was excited at 261–371 nm and at 352–382 nm.

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