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    標題: { [Cu2(pda)2(bpe)(H2O) ]‧3H2O}n聚合物結構分析
    Crystal Structural of Coordination Polymer {[Cu2(pda)2(bpe)(H2O)]•3H2O}n
    作者: 沈福銘
    貢獻者: 元培科技大學生物技術系
    關鍵字: 水熱反應
    Hydrothermal Reaction
    日期: 2010
    上傳時間: 2011-05-17 11:47:48 (UTC+8)
    摘要: 將2,6-吡啶雙羧酸加CuCl22H2O 及1,2-雙(4-吡啶)乙烷加水混合,利用水熱合成反應,得到銅(Ⅱ)的配位高分子聚合物,其化學式為{[Cu2(pda)2(bpe)(H2O)].3H2O}n (1) (pda = 2,6-吡啶雙羧酸, bpe = 1,2-雙(4-吡啶)乙烷)。利用X-Ray 晶體繞射儀及FT-IR光譜測定產物晶體結構及性質,結果顯示化合物 1,經由分子間的氫鍵(O-H---O)作用,以及吡啶環之間的 - 吸引力,此晶體自組裝成3-D無限延伸的網狀結構。此3-D的網狀結構具有一維的不規則孔洞,可容納晶格水分子。
    A metal-organic coordination polymer, {[Cu2(pda)2(bpe)(H2O)]3H2O}n (1) (pda = 2,6-pyridinedicarboxylate, bpe = 1,2-bis(4-pyridyl)ethane), has been hydro thermally synthesized from the reaction of CuCl22H2O, 2,6-pdaH2 and 1,2-bis(4-pyriyl)ethane. Compound 1 is characterized by FT-infrared and single crystal X-ray diffraction. The analysis of crystal structure indicates that the compound 1 has a 3-D stacking network structure, which is formed by hydrogen-bonding (O–HO) and - stacking effect of pyridine ring. Interesting, the 3-D network consists of 1-D trapezoid channels, which accommodate lattice water molecules.
    關聯: 嘉南學報(科技類) 36期:p.111-117
    Appears in Collections:[嘉南學報] 36 期 (2010)

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