A Water Cluster Conduit in Crystal
AbstractThe crystal structure of compound (1), [CuCl(phen)(H2NCH2COO)]∙4H2O, reveals an unusual hydrogen-bond water cluster aggregate T6(2)6(2). Four water molecules in (1) form an isolated water cluster, [(H2O)14]n, resembling a “phenanthro-[1,2]phenanthrene polymer structure shape” along the ac plane. The two face-face parallel [(H2O)14]n planes are bridged by Cl atoms in [CuCl(phen) (H2NCH2COO)] with a strong O-H∙∙∙Cl hydrogen bond to form a water cluster conduit. View Full-Text
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Jian, F.; Liu, E.; Xu, J. A Water Cluster Conduit in Crystal. Molecules 2017, 22, 2278.
Jian F, Liu E, Xu J. A Water Cluster Conduit in Crystal. Molecules. 2017; 22(12):2278.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jian, Fangfang; Liu, E; Xu, Jiao. 2017. "A Water Cluster Conduit in Crystal." Molecules 22, no. 12: 2278.
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