[CN3H6](2)[Zn(CO3)(2)], the first organically templated open-framework carbonate

W T A Harrison, M L F Phillips, T M Nenoff, E J MacLean, S J Teat, R S Maxwell

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Abstract

[CN3H6](2)[Zn(CO3)(2)], the first organically templated open-framework carbonate has been synthesized hydrothermally and its single crystal structure and some properties have been determined. This phase is built up from a three-dimensional framework of vertex-linked ZnO4 and CO3 building units encapsulating the extra-framework guanidinium cations. Template-to-framework hydrogen bonding appears to play an important role in stabilizing the structure. The zincocarbonate framework shows a surprising similarity to those of known zinc phosphates and phosphites.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)546-549
Number of pages4
JournalJournal of the Chemical Society, Dalton Transactions
Publication statusPublished - 2001

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Harrison, W. T. A., Phillips, M. L. F., Nenoff, T. M., MacLean, E. J., Teat, S. J., & Maxwell, R. S. (2001). [CN3H6](2)[Zn(CO3)(2)], the first organically templated open-framework carbonate. Journal of the Chemical Society, Dalton Transactions, 546-549.

[CN3H6](2)[Zn(CO3)(2)], the first organically templated open-framework carbonate. / Harrison, W T A ; Phillips, M L F ; Nenoff, T M ; MacLean, E J ; Teat, S J ; Maxwell, R S .

In: Journal of the Chemical Society, Dalton Transactions, 2001, p. 546-549.

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Harrison, W T A ; Phillips, M L F ; Nenoff, T M ; MacLean, E J ; Teat, S J ; Maxwell, R S . / [CN3H6](2)[Zn(CO3)(2)], the first organically templated open-framework carbonate. In: Journal of the Chemical Society, Dalton Transactions. 2001 ; pp. 546-549.
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