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Synthesis and Characterization of the Platinum-Substituted Keggin Anion ?-H2SiPtW11O40(4-)
Inorg Chem
PUBLISHED: 11-20-2014
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Acidification of an aqueous solution of K8SiW11O39 and K2Pt(OH)6 to pH 4 followed by addition of excess tetramethylammonium (TMA) chloride yielded a solid mixture of TMA salts of H2SiPtW11O40(4-) (1) and SiW12O40(4-) (2). The former was separated from the latter by extraction into an aqueous solution and converted into tetra-n-butylammonium (TBA) and potassium salts TBA-1 and K-1. The ?-H2SiPtW11O40(4-) was identified as a monosubstituted Keggin anion using elemental analysis, IR spectroscopy, X-ray crystallography, electrospray ionization mass spectrometry, (195)Pt NMR spectroscopy, (183)W NMR spectroscopy, and (183)W-(183)W 2D INADEQUATE NMR spectroscopy. Both TBA-1 and K-1 readily cocrystallized with their unsubstituted Keggin anion salts, TBA-2 and K-2, respectively, providing an explanation for the historical difficulty of isolating certain platinum-substituted heteropolyanions in pure form.
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A redox-triggered structural rearrangement in an iodate-templated polyoxotungstate cluster cage.
Chem. Commun. (Camb.)
PUBLISHED: 09-12-2013
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The new tungstatoiodate, ?-[H5W18O59(IO3)](6-), containing I(V)O3(-) within a {W18O54} metal oxide framework has been prepared and shown by X-ray crystallography and mass spectrometry to be derived from the fully oxidised [H3W18O56(IO6)](6-) by two-electron reduction accompanied by a redox-triggered structural rearrangement where three I-O covalent bonds are broken.
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Protonolysis of [((i)PrO)TiMo5O18]3-: access to a family of TiMo5 Lindqvist type polyoxometalates.
Dalton Trans
PUBLISHED: 11-18-2011
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The tetra-n-butylammonium (TBA) salts of [((i)PrO)TiMo(5)O(18)](3-) 1 and [((i)BuO)TiMo(5)O(18)](3-) 2 were prepared by hydrolysis of mixtures of (TBA)(2)[Mo(2)O(7)], (TBA)(4)?-[Mo(8)O(26)] and Ti(OR)(4) (R = (i)Pr or (i)Bu) in acetonitrile. Treatment of (TBA)(3)1 with alcohols ROH afforded primary and tertiary alkoxide derivatives [(RO)TiMo(5)O(18)](3-) (R = Me 3, (t)Bu 4), whilst aryloxides [(ArO)TiMo(5)O(18)](3-) were prepared by reacting 1 with phenols ArOH (Ar = C(6)H(4)Me-4 5, and C(6)H(4)CHO-2 6). Oxo-bridged [(?-O)(TiMo(5)O(18))(2)](6-)7 rather than the hydroxo derivative [(HO)TiMo(5)O(18)](3-) was obtained upon hydrolysis of 1. X-Ray crystal structures of TBA salts of anions 3-7 show that titanium is six-coordinate in all cases, although titanium sites are disordered over two trans positions in 3. Mo-O bond length alternation is observed in the Mo(4)O(4) planes of 4 and 7 and in one of the two independent anions in the structure of 3. In solution, (17)O NMR spectra are consistent with the higher anionic charge compared to [Mo(6)O(19)](2-) and reveal an order of basicity for the anions [LMMo(5)O(18)](3-) associated with the ability of {LM}(3+) to donate/withdraw electron density from {Mo(5)O(18)}(6-). Protonolysis reactions of 1 and 3 were slower than for tungstate analogues and the possibility of initial protonation at TiOM (M = Mo) rather than TiOR (M = W) in a proton-assisted S(N)1 mechanism for ligand exchange in [(RO)TiM(5)O(18)](3-) is discussed.
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Rational addition of capping groups to the phosphomolybdate Keggin anion [PMo12O40](3-) by mild, non-aqueous reductive aggregation.
Chem. Commun. (Camb.)
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Controlled reductive assembly of capped Keggin anions [PMo(12)O(40)(ML(m))(n)](3-) has been achieved by reduction of [PMo(12)O(40)](3-) with sodium-mercury amalgam in the presence of metal halides, as exemplified by the rational syntheses of mono-capped [PMo(12)O(40){Co(MeCN)(2)}](3-) and bi-capped [PMo(12)O(40)(VO)(2)](3-) and [PMo(12)O(40)Sb(2)](3-).
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