Metal Complexes of Organophosphate Esters and Open-Framework Metal Phosphates: Synthesis, Structure, Transformations, and Applications
The chemistry of organophosphate ester complexes has been reviewed. Also included are the complexes that have been sufficiently well characterized through a single x-ray diffraction study, structural characterization of phosphate ester metal complex, and phosphate-based materials. Metal-containing aluminophosphate molecular sieves offer tremendous potential as heterogeneous catalysts for liquid-phase oxidation reactions in the production of fine chemicals. The recent success in the preparation of AlPO-based catalyst for the oxidation of n-alkanes at the terminal C atoms with high selectivity using molecular oxygen in liquid-phase reaction has been considered a breakthrough. Also notable is the observation of interesting magnetic properties. This transition metal containing open-framework solids show different types of magnetic ordering thus, classified as anti-ferromagnetic materials. These metal ions also exhibit interesting magnetic exchange between the metal phosphate layers via the organic linkers.
R. Murugavel et al., "Metal Complexes of Organophosphate Esters and Open-Framework Metal Phosphates: Synthesis, Structure, Transformations, and Applications," Chemical Reviews, vol. 108, no. 9, pp. 3549 - 3655, American Chemical Society (ACS), Sep 2008.
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Keywords and Phrases
Catalysis; Catalyst Selectivity; Chemical Oxygen Demand; Complexation; Esterification; Esters; Ferromagnetic Materials; Hydrocarbons; Magnetic Materials; Magnetic Properties; Metal Complexes; Metal Ions; Metallic Compounds; Molecular Oxygen; Molecular Sieves; Organic Compounds; Oxidation; Oxygen; Paraffins; Polymer Blends; Sieves; Transition Metals; Aluminophosphate; C Atoms; Heterogeneous Catalysts; High Selectivity; Liquid-phase Oxidation; Liquid-phase Reactions; Magnetic Exchange; Metal Phosphates; N-Alkanes; Open Frameworks; Organic Linkers; Organophosphate Esters; Phosphate Esters; Production Of Fine Chemicals; Structural Characterizations; X-ray Diffraction Studies; Metals; Ester; Metal; Organometallic Compound; Organophosphorus Compound; Phosphate; Article; Chemical Structure; Chemistry; Stereoisomerism; Synthesis, Esters; Metals; Models, Molecular; Molecular Structure; Organometallic Compounds; Organophosphorus Compounds; Phosphates; Stereoisomerism
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01 Sep 2008