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Discovery of Polyoxo-Noble-Metalate-Based Metal–Organic Frameworks
- Bhattacharya, Saurav, Ayass, Wassim W., Taffa, Dereje H., Schneemann, Andreas, Semrau, A. Lisa, Wannapaiboon, Suttipong, Altmann, Philipp J., Pöthig, Alexander, Nisar, Talha, Balster, Torsten, Burtch, Nicholas C., Wagner, Veit, Fischer, Roland A., Wark, Michael, Kortz, Ulrich
- Journal of the American Chemical Society 2019 v.141 no.8 pp. 3385-3389
- barium, coordination polymers, ions, nanomaterials, sorption
- Here we report on the synthesis, structure, and characterization of the first example of a polyoxopalladate (POP)-based metal-organic framework (MOF). This novel class of materials comprises discrete polyoxo-13-palladate(II) nanocubes [Pd₁₃O₈(AsO₄)₈H₆]⁸– decorated by four Ba²⁺ ions on each of two opposite faces. These secondary building units (SBUs) are linked to each other via rigid linear organic groups, resulting in a stable 3D POP-MOF framework, which exhibits interesting sorption as well as catalytic properties.