Molecular growth from a Mo-176 to a Mo-248 cluster

Müller A, Shah SQN, Bögge H, Schmidtmann M (1999)
NATURE 397(6714): 48-50.

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In polyoxometalate chemistry a large variety of compounds, dusters and solid-state structures can be formed by the linking together of well-defined metal-oxygen building blocks(1,2). These species exhibit unusual topological and electronic properties and find applications ranging from medicine(3) to industrial processes(4). The recently reported ring-shaped mixed-valence polyoxomolybdates of the type {Mo-154} (refs 5, 6) and {Mo-176} (refs 7, 8) represent a new class of giant clusters with nanometre-sized cavities and interesting properties for host-guest chemistry. Here we describe the formation of related clusters of the type {Mo-248} formed by addition of further units to the inner surface of the {Mo-176} 'wheel'. The additional units arrange themselves into two {Mo-36} 'hub-caps' on the initial wheel-clusters that are not stable in isolation. These findings reveal a new pathway to the development of complex coordination clusters.
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Müller A, Shah SQN, Bögge H, Schmidtmann M. Molecular growth from a Mo-176 to a Mo-248 cluster. NATURE. 1999;397(6714):48-50.
Müller, A., Shah, S. Q. N., Bögge, H., & Schmidtmann, M. (1999). Molecular growth from a Mo-176 to a Mo-248 cluster. NATURE, 397(6714), 48-50.
Müller, A., Shah, S. Q. N., Bögge, H., and Schmidtmann, M. (1999). Molecular growth from a Mo-176 to a Mo-248 cluster. NATURE 397, 48-50.
Müller, A., et al., 1999. Molecular growth from a Mo-176 to a Mo-248 cluster. NATURE, 397(6714), p 48-50.
A. Müller, et al., “Molecular growth from a Mo-176 to a Mo-248 cluster”, NATURE, vol. 397, 1999, pp. 48-50.
Müller, A., Shah, S.Q.N., Bögge, H., Schmidtmann, M.: Molecular growth from a Mo-176 to a Mo-248 cluster. NATURE. 397, 48-50 (1999).
Müller, Achim, Shah, S. Qaiser Nazir, Bögge, Hartmut, and Schmidtmann, Marc. “Molecular growth from a Mo-176 to a Mo-248 cluster”. NATURE 397.6714 (1999): 48-50.
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