Crystal structure and magnetic properties of a unique 3D coordination polymer constructed from flexible aliphatic tricarballylic acid ligands featuring linear trimeric Manganese(II)-based, metal carboxylate chains

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Abstract

A novel linear trimeric-based, Mn(II)-carboxylate chain well separated by long-linking flexible aliphatic tricarballylic acid ligands in a 3D coordination polymer [Mn3(C6H5O6)2(H2O)4]n(1, C6H5O6{double bond, long}CH (COO-)(CH2COO-)2, TCA) exhibits low-dimensional antiferromagnetic order at 3.0 K. Such magnetic behavior is arises from the alternate Antiferro-Antiferro-Antiferro′ (J1J1J2) repeating interactions sequence, based on the nature of the binding modes of Mn(II)-carboxylate chain and the effect of interchains arrangement of 1. The reported carboxylate-bridged metal chain systems display a new structurally authenticated example of linear homometallic spin arranged antiferromagnet among metal carboxylates. © 2007 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Zou, H. H., Zhang, S. H., Zeng, M. H., Zhou, Y. L., & Liang, H. (2008). Crystal structure and magnetic properties of a unique 3D coordination polymer constructed from flexible aliphatic tricarballylic acid ligands featuring linear trimeric Manganese(II)-based, metal carboxylate chains. Journal of Molecular Structure, 885(1–3), 50–55. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molstruc.2007.10.009

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