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A two-dimensional zinc Phosphonate: Synthesis, structure and photoluminescence properties

A two-dimensional zinc Phosphonate: Synthesis, structure and photoluminescence properties
A phosphonic acid, 4-(1H-imidazole-4-yl)phenylphosphonic acid (H3piz) was firstly synthesized and used as a ligand to construct a metal phosphonate, [(ZnHpiz)]n (ZnPIF-1). The structure of ZnPIF-1 features as “inorganic” zinc phosphate chains, which are linked with the neighboring ones by Hpiz2 into a two-dimensional (2-D) layered structure. Study of thermal and chemical stability of ZnPIF-1 demonstrated its high thermal stability and remarkable chemical resistance to boiling water and acid/alkaline condition. Furthermore, luminescence studies revealed that ZnPIF-1 showed high selectivity and sensitivity for sensing Cu2+ ions over other metal ions.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S138770031730374X

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