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Department of Chemistry, Capital Normal University, No. 105, Xisanhuan Beilu, Haidian District, Beijing, 100048, China





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Abstract This paper provides a brief review of recent progress in the field of metal coordination polymers assembled from azole-containing carboxylic acids and gives a diagrammatic summary of the diversity of topological structures in the resulting infinite metal-organic coordination networks MOCNs. Azole-containing carboxylic acids are a favorable kind of multifunctional ligand to construct various metal complexes with isolated complexes and one, two and three dimensional structures, whose isolated complexes are not the focus of this review. An insight into the topology patterns of the infinite coordination polymers is provided. Analyzed topologies are compared with documented topologies and catalogued by the nature of nodes and connectivity pattern. New topologies which are not available from current topology databases are described and demonstrated graphically.

Keywords: multifunctional ligands; azole-containing carboxylic acids; coordination polymers; topology multifunctional ligands; azole-containing carboxylic acids; coordination polymers; topology





Author: Yuheng Deng * , Hao Liu, Bo Yu and Min Yao

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