Assembling nanosized ring-shaped synthons to an anionic layer structure based on the synergetically induced functional complementarity of their surface-sites: Na-21[(Mo126Mo28O462H14)-Mo-VI-O-V(H2O)(54)(H2PO2)(7)]center dot xH2O (x approximate to 300)

Müller A, Das SK, Bögge H, Beugholt C, Schmidtmann M (1999)
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS (11): 1035-1036.

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The reaction of an aqueous solution of sodium molybdate with hypophosphorous (phosphinic) acid acting both as reducing agent and ligand at low pH values(approximate to 1) results in the formation of nanosized ring-shaped cluster units which assemble to form layers of the compound Na-21[Mo-126(VI)- (Mo28O462H14)-O-V(H2O)(54)(H2PO2)(7)]. xH(2)O 1 (x approximate to 300); the assemblage is based on the synergetically induced functional complementarity of amphiphilic O=MoL (L = H2O, H2PO2-) groups and corresponds to the replacement of H2O ligands of rings by related terminal Mo=O groups of other rings (and vice versa) the nucleophilicity of which is induced by coordinated H2PO2- ligands.
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Müller A, Das SK, Bögge H, Beugholt C, Schmidtmann M. Assembling nanosized ring-shaped synthons to an anionic layer structure based on the synergetically induced functional complementarity of their surface-sites: Na-21[(Mo126Mo28O462H14)-Mo-VI-O-V(H2O)(54)(H2PO2)(7)]center dot xH2O (x approximate to 300). CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 1999;(11):1035-1036.
Müller, A., Das, S. K., Bögge, H., Beugholt, C., & Schmidtmann, M. (1999). Assembling nanosized ring-shaped synthons to an anionic layer structure based on the synergetically induced functional complementarity of their surface-sites: Na-21[(Mo126Mo28O462H14)-Mo-VI-O-V(H2O)(54)(H2PO2)(7)]center dot xH2O (x approximate to 300). CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS(11), 1035-1036.
Müller, A., Das, S. K., Bögge, H., Beugholt, C., and Schmidtmann, M. (1999). Assembling nanosized ring-shaped synthons to an anionic layer structure based on the synergetically induced functional complementarity of their surface-sites: Na-21[(Mo126Mo28O462H14)-Mo-VI-O-V(H2O)(54)(H2PO2)(7)]center dot xH2O (x approximate to 300). CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 1035-1036.
Müller, A., et al., 1999. Assembling nanosized ring-shaped synthons to an anionic layer structure based on the synergetically induced functional complementarity of their surface-sites: Na-21[(Mo126Mo28O462H14)-Mo-VI-O-V(H2O)(54)(H2PO2)(7)]center dot xH2O (x approximate to 300). CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, (11), p 1035-1036.
A. Müller, et al., “Assembling nanosized ring-shaped synthons to an anionic layer structure based on the synergetically induced functional complementarity of their surface-sites: Na-21[(Mo126Mo28O462H14)-Mo-VI-O-V(H2O)(54)(H2PO2)(7)]center dot xH2O (x approximate to 300)”, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 1999, pp. 1035-1036.
Müller, A., Das, S.K., Bögge, H., Beugholt, C., Schmidtmann, M.: Assembling nanosized ring-shaped synthons to an anionic layer structure based on the synergetically induced functional complementarity of their surface-sites: Na-21[(Mo126Mo28O462H14)-Mo-VI-O-V(H2O)(54)(H2PO2)(7)]center dot xH2O (x approximate to 300). CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 1035-1036 (1999).
Müller, Achim, Das, Samar K., Bögge, Hartmut, Beugholt, Christian, and Schmidtmann, Marc. “Assembling nanosized ring-shaped synthons to an anionic layer structure based on the synergetically induced functional complementarity of their surface-sites: Na-21[(Mo126Mo28O462H14)-Mo-VI-O-V(H2O)(54)(H2PO2)(7)]center dot xH2O (x approximate to 300)”. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 11 (1999): 1035-1036.
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