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Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan
Vol. 89 (2016) No. 3 P 354-360

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http://doi.org/10.1246/bcsj.20150373

 

Coordination polymers based on oxalate-bridged {[MnIICrIII(oxalate)3]} complexes of (DAT-2H2+)(DCH[18]crown-6)2[MnII(CH3OH)CrIII(oxalate)3]2(CH3OH)3 and (DABCO-H+)2(DABCO-2H2+)[MnII(CH3OH)(Cl)CrIII(oxalate)3]2−2(CH3OH), where DAT, DABCO, and DCH[18]crown-6 denote 2,5-diaminotoluene, 1,4-diazabicyclo[2.2.2]octane, and cis-syn-cis-dicyclohexano[18]crown-6, respectively, were synthesized. The crystal structure of the former complex was composed of [MnII(Λ)(CH3OH)CrIII(Λ)(oxalate)3] units, whereas that of the latter crystal was composed of [MnII(Λ)(CH3OH)(Cl)CrIII(Δ)(oxalate)3]2− units. The large flexible supramolecular cation in the former provided the two-dimensional structure of [MnII(Λ)(CH3OH)CrIII(Λ)(oxalate)3], although the two-dimensional honeycomb structure of the {[MnII(Δ)CrIII(Λ)(oxalate)3]} and {[MnII(Λ)CrIII(Δ)(oxalate)3]} networks are often observed for the oxalate complexes. The round-shaped DABCO molecule in the latter induced a one-dimensional chain structure of [MnII(Λ)(CH3OH)CrIII(Δ)(oxalate)3]. The former crystal showed a magnetic field dependence of magnetization typical for a spin-canting system.

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