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Frontispiece: Metal-Based Diversity for Crystalline Metal-Fullerene Frameworks

Frontispiece: Metal-Based Diversity for Crystalline Metal-Fullerene Frameworks
Chantal Roger, Johannes Stangl, Florian Beuerle, David Schmidt, Klaus Müller-Buschbaum, Andreas Kraft
Bridging the gap between fullerenes and MOFs: Against the background of the Golden Gate Bridge, various metal-organic coordination motifs illustrate the great potential of highly functionalized [60]fullerene derivatives as organic connectivity centers in metal-organic frameworks. In their Communication on page 15864 ff., Beuerle et al. report on the synthesis and crystallographic analysis of four new metal-fullerene frameworks cross-linked by Cu2+, Ca2+, or Cd2+ clusters that feature chiral pores or extended hydrogen-bonding networks throughout the crystals.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201786363

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