Inorganic-organic hybrid framework solids
Recent developments in the area of hybrid structures are overviewed with special emphasis on iron phosphate-oxalate materials. The structure of the iron phosphate-oxalates consists of iron phosphate chains or layers that are connected by oxalate moieties completing the architecture. The compounds exhibit interesting magnetic properties originating from the super-exchange interactions that are predominantly anti-ferromagnetic, involving the iron phosphates and the oxalate moieties. One of the materials,IV, also exhibits interesting adsorptive properties reminiscent of aluminosilicate zeolites. The aluminum phosphate-oxalate,VII, indicates that hybrid structures can be formed with zeolite architecture.
Volume 132, 2020
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