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|Title:||Lanthanoid “bottlebrush” clusters: remarkably elongated metal–oxo core structures with controllable lengths|
|Publisher:||Journal of the American Chemical Society|
|Citation:||D’Alessio, D., Sobolev, A. N., Skelton, B. W., Fuller, R. O., Woodward, R. C., Lengkeek, N. A., Fraser, B. H. Massi., M, & Ogden, M. I. (2014). Lanthanoid “bottlebrush” clusters: remarkably elongated metal–oxo core structures with controllable lengths. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 136(43), 15122-15125. doi:10.1021/ja506677h|
|Abstract:||Large metal–oxo clusters consistently assume spherical or regular polyhedral morphologies rather than high-aspect-ratio structures. Access to elongated core structures has now been achieved by the reaction of lanthanoid salts with a tetrazole-functionalized calixarene in the presence of a simple carboxylate co-ligand. The resulting Ln19 and Ln12 clusters are constructed from apex-fused Ln5O6 trigonal bipyramids and are formed consistently under a range of reaction conditions and reagent ratios. Altering the carboxylate co-ligand structure reliably controls the cluster length, giving access to a new class of rod-like clusters of variable length. © 2014 American Chemical Society|
|Gov't Doc #:||8703|
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