Supramolecular frameworks based on 5,10,15,20-tetra(4-carboxyphenyl)porphyrins
We have investigated the hydrogen bond-driven assembly of nickel and freebase tetra(carboxyphenyl) and tetra(carboxylatophenyl) porphyrins. When the tetracarboxylates were crystallized with bis(amidinium) species, their crystal structures contained a range of hydrogen bond geometries, and we did not obtain well-ordered networks. Use of a tetrahedral tetra(amidinium) building block yielded a 3D framework material with a PtS topology, which contains only a “paired” hydrogen bonding arrangement....[Show more]
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