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"Solvatomorphs of dimeric transition metal complexes based on the V4O12 cyclic anion as building block: Crystalline packing and magnetic properties"
V. Paredes-García, S. Gaune, M. Saldías, M.T. Garland, R. Baggio, A. Vega, M. Salah El Fallah, A. Escuer, E. Le Fu, D. Venegas-Yazigi and E. Spodine
Inorg. Chim. Acta 361(12-13) (2008) 3681-3689 Protagonists in Chemistry: Dante Gatteschi (Part I)
Dinuclear [{M(phen)2}2V4O12] · C6H12O · H2O (M = CoII 1, MnII 2, NiII 3 and CuII 4) and [{Cu(phen)2}2V4O12] · 3.5H2O 5 has been prepared by biphasic and hydrothermal syntheses, respectively. All five structures exhibit the {V4O12}4- cluster in a chair-like configuration, covalently bonded to two [M(phen)2]2+ fragments, producing a super-exchange magnetic phenomenon. The magnetic study of complexes 1-5 shows that they are very weak antiferromagnetically coupled systems, with J values of -0.14, 2; -0.64, 3 and -0.23, 4 cm-1. Complexes 1 to 3 correspond to isostructural compounds in which the cyclovanadate group acts as a bidentate bridged ligand. In the copper complexes (4 and 5) the {V4O12}4- anion presents the novel monodentate bridging mode, and therefore a more significant distortion from the chair-like configuration. The mentioned complexes, together with that reported in the literature, permit to conclude that it is quite common for a single molecular species to exist in more than one crystalline arrangement. A detailed analysis of the structures of 1-4 shows that the crystal symmetry cannot be strictly centrosymmetric, due to the presence of the cyclohexanol molecule with a single -OH group in the lattice.
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