The synthesis and characterisation of four new antimony sulphides incorporating transition-metal complexes
Lees, R.J.E., Powell, A.V. and Chippindale, A.M. (2007) The synthesis and characterisation of four new antimony sulphides incorporating transition-metal complexes. Journal of Physics and Chemistry Solids, 68 (5-6). pp. 1215-1219. ISSN 0022-3697
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Four new antimony sulphides, [T(dien)(2)]Sb6S10 center dot xH(2)O [T = Ni (1), Co (2) x approximate to 0.45], [Co(en)(3)]SbsSI(3) (3) and [Ni(en)(3)]Sb12S19 (4), have been synthesised under solvothermal conditions. In compounds (1) - (3), Sb12S228- secondary building units are connected to form layered structures. In (1) and (2), Sb-6 S-2- layers containing Sb16S16 heterorings are separated by [T(dien]2](2+) cations, whilst in (3), Sb8 S2- layers 10 13 contain [Co(en)3]2+ cations within large Sb22S22 pores. Compound (4) adopts a three-dimensional structure in which [Ni(en)3 12 cations lie within ca. 5 A wide channels. (c) 2007 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.