• Non-covalent O$\cdots$O interactions among isopolyanions using a cis-{MoO2} moiety by the assistance of N-H$\cdots$O hydrogen bonds

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      Octamolybdate anion; low pH synthesis; pyrimidinium cation; three-dimensional supramolecular structure; non-covalent O$\cdots$O interactions; N-H$\cdots$O and C-H$\cdots$O hydrogen bonds; helical feature.

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      An inorganic-organic hybrid material, [2-AmpH]4[Mo8O26] (1) has been isolated by the reaction of Na2MoO$_4·2$H2O with 2-aminopyrimidine (2-Amp) from an acidic aqueous medium. In this low pH synthesis, the organic molecule (2-Amp) gets mono-protonated (2-AmpH+) and acts as the cation in stabilizing the octamolybdate anion in 1. Compound 1 crystallizes in the triclinic space group 𝑃-1 with 𝑎 = 9.925(3), 𝑏 = 10.020(3), 𝑐 = 10.414(3) Å, 𝛼 = 88.811(4), 𝛽 = 64.907(4), 𝛾 = 89.506(4)°, 𝑍 = 1. An interesting three-dimensional supramolecular structure, having well-defined channels, is formed through N-H$\cdots$O and C-H$\cdots$O hydrogen bonds, in which the protonated organic cation plays a significant role. The crystal structure also reveals an unusual cluster-cluster (non-covalent O$\cdots$O) interaction using cis-(MoO2} moieties of the isopolyanion. N-H$\cdots$O hydrogen bonds, originated from pyridimidinium cation and isopolyanion, are found to influence to attain such non-covalent O$\cdots$O interactions among polyoxometalate anions. An interesting helical arrangement, formed from isopolyanion and organic cation, is observed.

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      T Arumuganathan1 A Srinivasa Rao1 Samar K Das1

      1. School of Chemistry, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad 500 046
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