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Hydrothermal synthesis of a coordination polymer[CaII(5-AIP)(DMA)]n and its application in epoxidation of various organic substrates

Hydrothermal synthesis of a coordination polymer[CaII(5-AIP)(DMA)]n and its application in epoxidation of various organic substrates
A Ca(II) coordination polymer [CaII(5-AIP)(DMA)] n ] (5-AIP=5-aminoisophthalic, DMA=dimethylacetamide) has been prepared by hydrothermal method using directional solvents like DMA. Single crystal X-ray analysis confirms the coordination of 5-AIP to the hepta coordinate metal centre along with DMA molecules. It crystallizes in orthorhombic space group Pna2 1 and has a polymeric structure containing CaII centers which adopt hepta coordinate pentagonal bipyramidal geometry. [CaII(5-AIP)(DMA)] n ] has been successfully employed as catalyst in bicarbonate mediated epoxidation of various olefins.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0277538717305181

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