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Silver coordination polymers with isonicotinic acid derived short polyethylene glycol – Synthesis, structures, anion effect and solution behavior

Fromm, Katharina M. ; Sagué, Jorge L. ; Robin, Adeline Y.

In: Inorganica Chimica Acta, 2013, vol. 403, p. 2–8

Silver coordination compounds and one-dimensional polymers have been studied, using a linear, flexible N-donor ligand. The solid state structures are well known and show panoply of different structures including a large number of polymorphism, pseudo-polymorphism and isomers. We have studied these structures under the influence of anions, solvents and crystallization conditions, studying also... Plus

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    Summary
    Silver coordination compounds and one-dimensional polymers have been studied, using a linear, flexible N-donor ligand. The solid state structures are well known and show panoply of different structures including a large number of polymorphism, pseudo-polymorphism and isomers. We have studied these structures under the influence of anions, solvents and crystallization conditions, studying also some solution effects. We here present an overview with highlights of some case studies of the synthesis, structures, anion and solvent effects as well as solution behavior during formation of silver coordination polymers. Finally, we will give an outlook on the potential applications of these materials.