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Fateeva, A., Clarisse, J., Pilet, G., Greneche, J.-M., Nouar, F., Abeykoon, B. K., Guegan, F., Goutaudier, C., Luneau, D., Warren, J. E., Rosseinsky, M. J. & Devic, T. (2015) Iron and Porphyrin Metal-Organic Frameworks: Insight into Structural Diversity, Stability, and Porosity. CRYSTAL GROWTH & DESIGN, 15 1819–1826. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: {10.1021/cg501855k}
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): {1528-7483}
Clé BibTeX: Fateeva{2015}
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Catégories: HORSIMN
Créateurs: Abeykoon, Clarisse, Devic, Fateeva, Goutaudier, Greneche, Guegan, Luneau, Nouar, Pilet, Rosseinsky, Warren
Collection: {CRYSTAL GROWTH & DESIGN}
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Résumé     
{Reaction of iron(IIII)chloride with the free base tetrakis(4-carboxyphenyl)porphyrin (H2TCPP) in the presence of different bases leads to the formation of a series of iron/porphyrin metal-organic frameworks. Such a crystal engineering approach led to the obtaining of four structures presenting three different topologies and inorganic secondary building units. Depending on the synthesis conditions, isolated Fe-III octahedra, diiron(II) paddle wheel dimers, or extended {[}Fe-III(OH)O-4](n) chains could be obtained in a controlled manner. The influence of the synthetic conditions on the final structure and the oxidation state of iron is discussed. Stability of the porous solids towards air and water is studied, and their intrinsic porosity is assessed.}
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