A Layered Zinc Phosphate, [C₆N₄H₂₂][Zn₆(PO₄)₄(HPO₄)₂] Formed by One-Dimensional Tubes
An open-framework zinc phosphate, [C6N4H22][Zn6(PO4) 4(HPO4)2] (I), with alternating inorganic and organic layers has been synthesized hydrothermally from a starting mixture of ZnO, HCl, H3PO4, H2C2O4, and triethylenetetramine. Single-crystal data for I: monoclinic, space group=P21/c (No. 14), a=9.881(I), b=16.857(1), c=8.286(1) Å, ?=96.7(1)°, V=1370.8(1) Å3, Z=2, R1=0.06, and wR2=0.13 [1408 observed reflections with I>2?(I)]. The structure of I comprises a network of ZnO4, PO4, and PO3(OH) tetrahedra forming one-dimensional tubes. The tubes, in turn, are linked via oxygen atoms forming macroanionic inorganic layers with eight-membered apertures. The one-dimensional tube-like architecture in I is a novel feature worthy of note.
A. Choudhury et al., "A Layered Zinc Phosphate, [C₆N₄H₂₂][Zn₆(PO₄)₄(HPO₄)₂] Formed by One-Dimensional Tubes," Journal of Solid State Chemistry, vol. 157, no. 1, pp. 110-116, Elsevier, Feb 2001.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1006/jssc.2000.9046
Keywords and Phrases
hydrochloric acid; inorganic compound; organic compound; phosphate; trientine; zinc phosphate, article; chemical binding; chemical interaction; crystal structure; synthesis; tube
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