A potassium selective 'nanosponge' with well defined pores

Müller A, Botar B, Bögge H, Kögerler P, Berkle A (2002)
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS (24): 2944-2945.

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The novel spherical cluster-compound K2Na6[K(20)subset ofMo(80)-V22O282(SO4)(12)(H2O)(66)]. approximate to 14OH(2)O1 has been obtained in a 'one-pot' reaction and exhibits several remarkable structural features: 30 open shell centers, i.e. 8 Mo-V and 22 V-IV spanning an icosidodecahedron, the incorporation of 20 K+ cations capping 20 appropriate {M6O6} pores/rings present at the surface of the spherical cluster-anion, and an encapsulated aggregate of water molecules.
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Müller A, Botar B, Bögge H, Kögerler P, Berkle A. A potassium selective 'nanosponge' with well defined pores. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 2002;(24):2944-2945.
Müller, A., Botar, B., Bögge, H., Kögerler, P., & Berkle, A. (2002). A potassium selective 'nanosponge' with well defined pores. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS(24), 2944-2945.
Müller, A., Botar, B., Bögge, H., Kögerler, P., and Berkle, A. (2002). A potassium selective 'nanosponge' with well defined pores. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 2944-2945.
Müller, A., et al., 2002. A potassium selective 'nanosponge' with well defined pores. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, (24), p 2944-2945.
A. Müller, et al., “A potassium selective 'nanosponge' with well defined pores”, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 2002, pp. 2944-2945.
Müller, A., Botar, B., Bögge, H., Kögerler, P., Berkle, A.: A potassium selective 'nanosponge' with well defined pores. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 2944-2945 (2002).
Müller, Achim, Botar, Bogdan, Bögge, Hartmut, Kögerler, Paul, and Berkle, A. “A potassium selective 'nanosponge' with well defined pores”. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 24 (2002): 2944-2945.
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