Urea as 'deus ex machina' in giant molybdenum blue type cluster synthesis: an unusual hybrid compound with perspectives for related nano, supramolecular and extended structures

Müller A, Roy S, Schmidtmann M, Bögge H (2002)
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS (18): 2000-2002.

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Müller, AchimUniBi ; Roy, S; Schmidtmann, Marc; Bögge, HartmutUniBi
Abstract / Bemerkung
The reaction of an aqueous solution of ammonium heptamolybdate with sodium dithionite and urea - a glue and cluster hydration shell destructing agent corresponding to its role in inclusion compound chemistry - at low pH value results in the formation of nanosized ring shaped molybdenum - oxide based clusters which in a short time get linked to chains.
Erscheinungsjahr
2002
Zeitschriftentitel
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS
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18
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2000-2002
ISSN
1359-7345
eISSN
1364-548X
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1613724

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Müller A, Roy S, Schmidtmann M, Bögge H. Urea as 'deus ex machina' in giant molybdenum blue type cluster synthesis: an unusual hybrid compound with perspectives for related nano, supramolecular and extended structures. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 2002;(18):2000-2002.
Müller, A., Roy, S., Schmidtmann, M., & Bögge, H. (2002). Urea as 'deus ex machina' in giant molybdenum blue type cluster synthesis: an unusual hybrid compound with perspectives for related nano, supramolecular and extended structures. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS(18), 2000-2002. doi:10.1039/b205887a
Müller, A., Roy, S., Schmidtmann, M., and Bögge, H. (2002). Urea as 'deus ex machina' in giant molybdenum blue type cluster synthesis: an unusual hybrid compound with perspectives for related nano, supramolecular and extended structures. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 2000-2002.
Müller, A., et al., 2002. Urea as 'deus ex machina' in giant molybdenum blue type cluster synthesis: an unusual hybrid compound with perspectives for related nano, supramolecular and extended structures. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, (18), p 2000-2002.
A. Müller, et al., “Urea as 'deus ex machina' in giant molybdenum blue type cluster synthesis: an unusual hybrid compound with perspectives for related nano, supramolecular and extended structures”, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 2002, pp. 2000-2002.
Müller, A., Roy, S., Schmidtmann, M., Bögge, H.: Urea as 'deus ex machina' in giant molybdenum blue type cluster synthesis: an unusual hybrid compound with perspectives for related nano, supramolecular and extended structures. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 2000-2002 (2002).
Müller, Achim, Roy, S, Schmidtmann, Marc, and Bögge, Hartmut. “Urea as 'deus ex machina' in giant molybdenum blue type cluster synthesis: an unusual hybrid compound with perspectives for related nano, supramolecular and extended structures”. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 18 (2002): 2000-2002.

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