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4,4 '-Dipyridyl-N,N '-dioxide complexes of metal-thiocyanate/selenocyanate: pi-stacked molecular rods as three-dimensional support for two-dimensional polymeric sheets and intra/interchain S center dot center dot center dot S interaction dependent architecture of the R-2(2)(8) synthon driven assembly of one-dimensional polymeric chains

Jana, A.D., Manna, S.C., Rosair, G.M., Drew, M.G.B., Mostafa, G. and Chaudhuri, N.R. (2007) 4,4 '-Dipyridyl-N,N '-dioxide complexes of metal-thiocyanate/selenocyanate: pi-stacked molecular rods as three-dimensional support for two-dimensional polymeric sheets and intra/interchain S center dot center dot center dot S interaction dependent architecture of the R-2(2)(8) synthon driven assembly of one-dimensional polymeric chains. Crystal Growth & Design, 7 (7). pp. 1365-1372. ISSN 1528-7483

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Abstract/Summary

Three supramolecular complexes of Co(II) using SCN-/SeCN- in combination with 4,4'-dipyridyl-N,N'-dioxide (dpyo), i.e., {[Co(SCN)(2)(dpyo)(2)].(dpyo)}(n) ( 1), {[Co(SCN)(2)(dpyo)(H2O)(2)].(H2O)}(n) ( 2), {[Co(SeCN)(2)(dpyo)(H2O)(2)]center dot(H2O)}(n) ( 3), have been synthesized and characterized by single-crystal X-ray analysis. Complex 1 is a rare example of a dpyo bridged two-dimensional (2D) coordination polymer, and pi-stacked dpyo supramolecular rods are generated by the lattice dpyo, passing through the rhombic grid of stacked layers, resulting in a three-dimensional (3D) superstructure. Complexes 2 and 3 are isomorphous one-dimensional (1D) coordination polymers [-Co-dpyo-Co-] that undergo self-assembly leading to a bilayer architecture derived through an R-2(2)(8) H-bonding synthon between coordinated water and dpyo oxygen. A reinvestigation of coordination polymers [Mn(SCN)(2)(dpyo)( H2O)(MeOH)](n) ( 4) and {[Fe(SCN)(2)(dpyo)(H2O)(2)]center dot(H2O)}(n) ( 5) reported recently by our group [ Manna et al. Indian J. Chem. 2006, 45A, 1813] reveals brick wall topology rather than bilayer architecture is due to the decisive role of S center dot center dot center dot S/Se center dot center dot center dot Se interactions in determining the helical nature in 4 and 5 as compared to zigzag polymeric chains in 2 and 3, although the same R-2(2)(8) synthon is responsible for supramolecular assembly in these complexes.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy > Department of Chemistry
ID Code:11359
Uncontrolled Keywords:BRIDGING THIOCYANATO LIGANDS, 1D NICKEL(II) COMPLEX, CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE, COORDINATION POLYMERS, MAGNETIC-PROPERTIES, 4,4'-BIPYRIDINE N,N'-DIOXIDE, SUPRAMOLECULAR ARCHITECTURES, COPPER(II) COMPOUNDS, ORGANIC FRAMEWORK, POROUS FRAMEWORK

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