Spontaneous self-assembly of a giant spherical metal-oxide Keplerate: addition of one building block induces "immediate" formation of the complementary one from a constitutional dynamic library

Schäffer C, Todea AM, Gouzerh P, Müller A (2011)
Chemical Communications 48(3): 350-352.

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The addition of dinuclear Mo(2)} units to a dynamic library containing molybdates results in the spontaneous self-assembly of a giant spherical metal-oxide species of the type (Mo)Mo(5)(12)Mo(2)(30)} while the required pentagonal (Mo)Mo(5) building blocks are "immediately" formed.
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Schäffer C, Todea AM, Gouzerh P, Müller A. Spontaneous self-assembly of a giant spherical metal-oxide Keplerate: addition of one building block induces "immediate" formation of the complementary one from a constitutional dynamic library. Chemical Communications. 2011;48(3):350-352.
Schäffer, C., Todea, A. M., Gouzerh, P., & Müller, A. (2011). Spontaneous self-assembly of a giant spherical metal-oxide Keplerate: addition of one building block induces "immediate" formation of the complementary one from a constitutional dynamic library. Chemical Communications, 48(3), 350-352.
Schäffer, C., Todea, A. M., Gouzerh, P., and Müller, A. (2011). Spontaneous self-assembly of a giant spherical metal-oxide Keplerate: addition of one building block induces "immediate" formation of the complementary one from a constitutional dynamic library. Chemical Communications 48, 350-352.
Schäffer, C., et al., 2011. Spontaneous self-assembly of a giant spherical metal-oxide Keplerate: addition of one building block induces "immediate" formation of the complementary one from a constitutional dynamic library. Chemical Communications, 48(3), p 350-352.
C. Schäffer, et al., “Spontaneous self-assembly of a giant spherical metal-oxide Keplerate: addition of one building block induces "immediate" formation of the complementary one from a constitutional dynamic library”, Chemical Communications, vol. 48, 2011, pp. 350-352.
Schäffer, C., Todea, A.M., Gouzerh, P., Müller, A.: Spontaneous self-assembly of a giant spherical metal-oxide Keplerate: addition of one building block induces "immediate" formation of the complementary one from a constitutional dynamic library. Chemical Communications. 48, 350-352 (2011).
Schäffer, Christian, Todea, Ana Maria, Gouzerh, Pierre, and Müller, Achim. “Spontaneous self-assembly of a giant spherical metal-oxide Keplerate: addition of one building block induces "immediate" formation of the complementary one from a constitutional dynamic library”. Chemical Communications 48.3 (2011): 350-352.
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