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d10 coinage metal organic chalcogenolates: From oligomers to coordination polymers

d10 coinage metal organic chalcogenolates: From oligomers to coordination polymers
Neutral d10 coinage Metal Organic Chalcogenolates (MOCs) exist as oligomeric species and coordination polymers with the formula [M(ER)] n , where M=Cu(I), Ag(I), Au(I) and ER= SR, SeR, TeR. They have been known for a long time for their applications in pharmaceuticals, for their structural analogy to metaloproteins and as crucial intermediates in the synthesis of functionalized nanoparticles. These hybrid materials exhibit high potential as tunable compounds in terms of dimensionality of the network and functionality of the organic part to tailor their electronic, conductive and photophysical properties. This review reports the synthesis, structure and properties of the 40 neutral MOCs and 3 anionic monometallic species, [M(ER)2]. A total of 23 oligomers, 13 1D and 4 2D coordination polymers are described, and presence of weak interactions such as hydrogen bonds and metalophilic interactions are discussed.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0010854517303351

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