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Nguyen, T. L. A., Demir-Cakan, R., Devic, T., Morcrette, M., Ahnfeldt, T., Auban-Senzier, P., Stock, N., Goncalves, A.-M., Filinchuk, Y., Tarascon, J.-M. & Ferey, G. (2010) 3-D Coordination Polymers Based on the Tetrathiafulvalenetetracarboxylate (TTF-TC) Derivative: Synthesis, Characterization, and Oxidation Issues. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 49 7135–7143. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: {10.1021/ic100950n}
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): {0020-1669}
Clé BibTeX: Nguyen{2010}a
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Créateurs: Ahnfeldt, Auban-Senzier, Demir-Cakan, Devic, Ferey, Filinchuk, Goncalves, Morcrette, Nguyen, Stock, Tarascon
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{The reactivity of the redox-active tetracarboxylic acid derived from the tetrathiafulvalene (TTF-TC)H(4) with alkaline cations (K, Rb, Cs) is reported. The exploration of various experimental parameters (temperature, pH) led to the formation of four crystalline three-dimensional coordination polymers formulated M(2)(TTF-TC)H(2) (M = K, Rb, Cs), denoted MIL-132(K), MIL-133(isostructural K, Rb), and MIL-134(Cs). Thermogravimetric analysis and thermodiffraction show that all of the solids are thermally stable up to 150-200 degrees C in the air. In order to exploit the possibility of oxidation of the organic linker in TTF-based compounds, they were employed as positive electrodes in a classical lithium cell. A highly reversible cyclability was achieved at high current density (10 degrees C) with a reasonable performance (similar to 50 mAh g(-1)). Finally, combined electro-(sub)hydrothermal synthesis was used to prepare a fifth 3-D coordination polymer formulated K(TTF-TC)H(2) (denoted MIL-135(K)), this time not based on the neutral TTF-TC linker but its radical, oxidized form TTF-TC+(center dot). This solid is less thermally stable than its neutral counterparts but exhibits a semiconducting behavior, with a conductivity at room temperature of about 1 mS cm(-1)}
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