Pachfule , Pradip and Das, Raja and Poddar, Pankaj and Banerjee, Rahul (2010) Structural, magnetic and gas adsorption study of a series of partially nFluorinated metal−organic frameworks (HF-MOFs). Inorganic Chemistry, 50. pp. 3855-3865.

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Abstract

Four new partially fluorinated metal organic frameworks (HF-MOFs) have been synthesized under different solvothermal conditions (H2O or DMF) from transition metal cations [Co+2 and Mn+2], 3-methyl pyridine (3-mepy) and 4,4′- (hexafluoroisopropylidene) bis(benzoic acid) (C17H10F6O4, H2hfbba) to determine the influence of reaction conditions on the formation of metal organic frameworks. This family of materials displays a striking degree of structural similarity depending on the solvent of synthesis. HF-MOFs synthesized from H2O [Co-HFMOF-W, Co(hfbba)(3- mepy)(H2O) and Mn-HFMOF-W, Mn(hfbba)(3-mepy)(H2O)] contain three-dimensional connectivity whereas HF-MOFs synthesized from DMF Co-HFMOF-D, [Co2(hfbba)2(3- mepy)2]•(DMF)3 and Mn-HFMOF-D, [Mn2(hfbba)2(3-mepy)]•(H2O) are two dimensional in nature. Co-HFMOF-W and Mn-HFMOF-W are iso-structural polymeric material. Thermal gravimetric analysis performed on as-synthesized HF-MOFs revealed that these compounds have high thermal stability (∼350 °C). The continuous decrease of χT product with decreasing T for Co-HFMOF-D and Co-HFMOF-W respectively indicates the presence of antiferromagnetic exchange interaction between two Co+2 (S= 3/2) metal centers within a cluster.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Materials Chemistry
Physical Chemistry
Divisions: UNSPECIFIED
Depositing User: Mr Pradip Pachfule
Date Deposited: 13 Feb 2012 07:53
Last Modified: 02 Jul 2014 07:46
URI: http://ncl.csircentral.net/id/eprint/254

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