Molecular recognition of Ca2+ cations by internal and external receptors/interfaces in a spherical porous molybdenum-oxide capsule: unusual coordination scenarios

Rubcic M, Korenev VS, Toma L, Bögge H, Fedin VP, Müller A (2014)
Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers 1(10): 740-744.

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The unique molybdenum-oxide capsule [{(Mo-VI)(Mo5O21)-O-VI(H2O)(6)}(12){(Mo2O4)-O-V(SO4)}(30)](72-) shows an unprecedented affinity towards Ca2+ cations which interact in fully or partially hydrated forms with different well-defined internal and external receptor areas via direct coordination and/or hydrogen bonds. The cavity of the capsule comprises an unusual "water assembly" of the Ca-20{H2O}(60)equivalent to Ca-20{(H2O)(5)}(12) type. Altogether, we can refer to a unique solid-state structure.
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Rubcic M, Korenev VS, Toma L, Bögge H, Fedin VP, Müller A. Molecular recognition of Ca2+ cations by internal and external receptors/interfaces in a spherical porous molybdenum-oxide capsule: unusual coordination scenarios. Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers. 2014;1(10):740-744.
Rubcic, M., Korenev, V. S., Toma, L., Bögge, H., Fedin, V. P., & Müller, A. (2014). Molecular recognition of Ca2+ cations by internal and external receptors/interfaces in a spherical porous molybdenum-oxide capsule: unusual coordination scenarios. Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers, 1(10), 740-744. doi:10.1039/c4qi00131a
Rubcic, M., Korenev, V. S., Toma, L., Bögge, H., Fedin, V. P., and Müller, A. (2014). Molecular recognition of Ca2+ cations by internal and external receptors/interfaces in a spherical porous molybdenum-oxide capsule: unusual coordination scenarios. Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers 1, 740-744.
Rubcic, M., et al., 2014. Molecular recognition of Ca2+ cations by internal and external receptors/interfaces in a spherical porous molybdenum-oxide capsule: unusual coordination scenarios. Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers, 1(10), p 740-744.
M. Rubcic, et al., “Molecular recognition of Ca2+ cations by internal and external receptors/interfaces in a spherical porous molybdenum-oxide capsule: unusual coordination scenarios”, Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers, vol. 1, 2014, pp. 740-744.
Rubcic, M., Korenev, V.S., Toma, L., Bögge, H., Fedin, V.P., Müller, A.: Molecular recognition of Ca2+ cations by internal and external receptors/interfaces in a spherical porous molybdenum-oxide capsule: unusual coordination scenarios. Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers. 1, 740-744 (2014).
Rubcic, Mirta, Korenev, Vladimir S., Toma, Liviu, Bögge, Hartmut, Fedin, Vladimir P., and Müller, Achim. “Molecular recognition of Ca2+ cations by internal and external receptors/interfaces in a spherical porous molybdenum-oxide capsule: unusual coordination scenarios”. Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers 1.10 (2014): 740-744.