Chemical Adaptability: The Integration of Different Kinds of Matter into Giant Molecular Metal Oxides

Müller A, Merca A, Al-Karawi AJM, Garai S, Bögge H, Hou G, Wu L, Haupt ETK, Rehder D, Haso F, Liu T (2012)
Chemistry 18(51): 16310-16318.

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Unique properties of the two giant wheel-shaped molybdenum-oxides of the type {Mo154}=[{Mo2}{Mo8}{Mo1}]14 (1) and {Mo176}=[{Mo2}{Mo8}{Mo1}]16 (2) that have the same building blocks either 14 or 16 times, respectively, are considered and show a chemical adaptability as a new phenomenon regarding the integration of a large number of appropriate cations and anions, for example, in form of the large salt-like {M(SO4)}16 rings (M=K+, NH4+), while the two resulting {Mo146 (K(SO4))16} (3) and {Mo146 (NH4(SO4))16} (4) type hybrid compounds have the same shape as the parent ring structures. The chemical adaptability, which also allows the integration of anions and cations even at the same positions in the {Mo4O6}-type units of 1 and 2, is caused by easy changes in constitution by reorganisation and simultaneous release of (some) building blocks (one example: two opposite orientations of the same functional groups, that is, of H2O{Mo?O} (I) and O?{Mo(H2O)} (II) are possible). Whereas Cu2+ in [(H4CuII5)MoV28MoVI114O432(H2O)58]26- (5?a) is simply coordinated to two parent O2- ions of {Mo4O6} and to two fragments of type II, the SO42- integration in 3 and 4 occurs through the substitution of two oxo ligands of {Mo4O6} as well as two H2O ligands of fragment I. Complexes 3 and now 4 were characterised by different physical methods, for example, solutions of 4 in DMSO with sophisticated NMR spectroscopy (EXSY, DOSY and HSQC). The NH4+ ions integrated in the cluster anion of 4 communicate with those in solution in the sense that the related H+ ion exchange is in equilibrium. The important message: the reported chemical adaptability has its formal counterpart in solutions of molybdates, which can form unique dynamic libraries containing constituents/building blocks that may form and break reversibly and can lead to the isolation of a variety of giant clusters with unusual properties.
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Müller A, Merca A, Al-Karawi AJM, et al. Chemical Adaptability: The Integration of Different Kinds of Matter into Giant Molecular Metal Oxides. Chemistry. 2012;18(51):16310-16318.
Müller, A., Merca, A., Al-Karawi, A. J. M., Garai, S., Bögge, H., Hou, G., Wu, L., et al. (2012). Chemical Adaptability: The Integration of Different Kinds of Matter into Giant Molecular Metal Oxides. Chemistry, 18(51), 16310-16318.
Müller, A., Merca, A., Al-Karawi, A. J. M., Garai, S., Bögge, H., Hou, G., Wu, L., Haupt, E. T. K., Rehder, D., Haso, F., et al. (2012). Chemical Adaptability: The Integration of Different Kinds of Matter into Giant Molecular Metal Oxides. Chemistry 18, 16310-16318.
Müller, A., et al., 2012. Chemical Adaptability: The Integration of Different Kinds of Matter into Giant Molecular Metal Oxides. Chemistry, 18(51), p 16310-16318.
A. Müller, et al., “Chemical Adaptability: The Integration of Different Kinds of Matter into Giant Molecular Metal Oxides”, Chemistry, vol. 18, 2012, pp. 16310-16318.
Müller, A., Merca, A., Al-Karawi, A.J.M., Garai, S., Bögge, H., Hou, G., Wu, L., Haupt, E.T.K., Rehder, D., Haso, F., Liu, T.: Chemical Adaptability: The Integration of Different Kinds of Matter into Giant Molecular Metal Oxides. Chemistry. 18, 16310-16318 (2012).
Müller, Achim, Merca, Alice, Al-Karawi, Ahmed Jasim M., Garai, Somenath, Bögge, Hartmut, Hou, Guangfeng, Wu, Lixin, Haupt, Erhard T. K., Rehder, Dieter, Haso, Fadi, and Liu, Tianbo. “Chemical Adaptability: The Integration of Different Kinds of Matter into Giant Molecular Metal Oxides”. Chemistry 18.51 (2012): 16310-16318.
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