Pythagorean harmony in the world of metal oxygen clusters of the {Mo-11} type: Giant wheels and spheres both based on a pentagonal type unit

Müller A, Kögerler P, Bögge H (2000)
In: Molecular Self-Assembly : Organic versus Inorganic Approaches. Fuiita M (Ed); Structure and Bonding, 96. Berlin: Springer: 203-236.

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Polyoxometalate systems provide excellent models for the study of unusual molecular growth processes based on {Mo-11}-type building motifs/blocks leading to unusual giant spherical and ring-shaped structures with stoichiometry {Mo-11}(n), (n = 12, 14, 16)-a Pythagorean harmony.
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Müller A, Kögerler P, Bögge H. Pythagorean harmony in the world of metal oxygen clusters of the {Mo-11} type: Giant wheels and spheres both based on a pentagonal type unit. In: Fuiita M, ed. Molecular Self-Assembly : Organic versus Inorganic Approaches. Structure and Bonding. Vol 96. Berlin: Springer; 2000: 203-236.
Müller, A., Kögerler, P., & Bögge, H. (2000). Pythagorean harmony in the world of metal oxygen clusters of the {Mo-11} type: Giant wheels and spheres both based on a pentagonal type unit. In M. Fuiita (Ed.), Structure and Bonding: Vol. 96. Molecular Self-Assembly : Organic versus Inorganic Approaches (pp. 203-236). Berlin: Springer.
Müller, A., Kögerler, P., and Bögge, H. (2000). “Pythagorean harmony in the world of metal oxygen clusters of the {Mo-11} type: Giant wheels and spheres both based on a pentagonal type unit” in Molecular Self-Assembly : Organic versus Inorganic Approaches, Fuiita, M. ed. Structure and Bonding, vol. 96, (Berlin: Springer), 203-236.
Müller, A., Kögerler, P., & Bögge, H., 2000. Pythagorean harmony in the world of metal oxygen clusters of the {Mo-11} type: Giant wheels and spheres both based on a pentagonal type unit. In M. Fuiita, ed. Molecular Self-Assembly : Organic versus Inorganic Approaches. Structure and Bonding. no.96 Berlin: Springer, pp. 203-236.
A. Müller, P. Kögerler, and H. Bögge, “Pythagorean harmony in the world of metal oxygen clusters of the {Mo-11} type: Giant wheels and spheres both based on a pentagonal type unit”, Molecular Self-Assembly : Organic versus Inorganic Approaches, M. Fuiita, ed., Structure and Bonding, vol. 96, Berlin: Springer, 2000, pp.203-236.
Müller, A., Kögerler, P., Bögge, H.: Pythagorean harmony in the world of metal oxygen clusters of the {Mo-11} type: Giant wheels and spheres both based on a pentagonal type unit. In: Fuiita, M. (ed.) Molecular Self-Assembly : Organic versus Inorganic Approaches. Structure and Bonding. 96, p. 203-236. Springer, Berlin (2000).
Müller, Achim, Kögerler, Paul, and Bögge, Hartmut. “Pythagorean harmony in the world of metal oxygen clusters of the {Mo-11} type: Giant wheels and spheres both based on a pentagonal type unit”. Molecular Self-Assembly : Organic versus Inorganic Approaches. Ed. Makoto Fuiita. Berlin: Springer, 2000.Vol. 96. Structure and Bonding. 203-236.
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