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Assembly of Metal−Organic Frameworks from Large Organic and Inorganic Secondary Building Units: New Examples and Simplifying Principles for Complex Structures

Kim, Jaheon and Chen, Banglin and Reineke, Theresa M. and Li, Hailian and Eddaoudi, Mohamed and Moler, David B. and O'Keeffe, Michael and Yaghi, Omar M. (2001) Assembly of Metal−Organic Frameworks from Large Organic and Inorganic Secondary Building Units: New Examples and Simplifying Principles for Complex Structures. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 123 (34). pp. 8239-8247. ISSN 0002-7863. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20170407-063054677

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Abstract

The secondary building unit (SBU) has been identified as a useful tool in the analysis of complex metal−organic frameworks (MOFs). We illustrate its applicability to rationalizing MOF crystal structures by analysis of nine new MOFs which have been characterized by single-crystal X-ray diffraction. Tetrahedral SBUs in Zn(ADC)_2·(HTEA)_2 (MOF-31), Cd(ATC)·[Cd(H2O)_6](H2O)_5 (MOF-32), and Zn_2(ATB)(H_2O)·(H_2O)_3(DMF)_3 (MOF-33) are linked into diamond networks, while those of Ni_2(ATC)(H_2O)_4·(H_2O)_4 (MOF-34) have the structure of the Al network in SrAl_2. Frameworks constructed from less symmetric tetrahedral SBUs have the Ga network of CaGa_2O_4 as illustrated by Zn_2(ATC)·(C_2H_5OH)_2(H_2O)_2 (MOF-35) structure. Squares and tetrahedral SBUs in Zn_2(MTB)(H_2O)_2·(DMF)_6(H_2O)_5 (MOF-36) are linked into the PtS network, which is the simplest structure type known for the assembly of these shapes. The octahedral SBUs found in Zn_2(NDC)_3·[(HTEA)(DEF)(ClBz)]_2 (MOF-37) form the most common structure for linking octahedral shapes, namely, the boron network in CaB_6. New structure types for linking triangular and trigonal prismatic SBUs are found in Zn_3O(BTC)_2·(HTEA)_2 (MOF-38) and Zn_3O(HBTB)_2(H_2O)·(DMF)_(0.5)(H_2O)_3 (MOF-39). The synthesis, crystal structure, and structure analysis using the SBU approach are presented for each MOF.


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Additional Information:© 2001 American Chemical Society. Received 29 March 2001. Published online 4 August 2001. Published in print 1 August 2001. The National Science Foundation support to M.O'K. (DMR-9804817) and O.M.Y. (DMR-9980469) is gratefully acknowledged.
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Official Citation:Assembly of Metal−Organic Frameworks from Large Organic and Inorganic Secondary Building Units:  New Examples and Simplifying Principles for Complex Structures Jaheon Kim, Banglin Chen, Theresa M. Reineke, Hailian Li, Mohamed Eddaoudi, David B. Moler, Michael O'Keeffe, and Omar M. Yaghi Journal of the American Chemical Society 2001 123 (34), 8239-8247 DOI: 10.1021/ja010825o
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