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A coordination chemistry strategy for anion encapsulation: anion-Pi interactions in(4,4) nets formed from Ag(I) salts and a flexible pyrimidine ligand

Spicer, Mark and Hanton, L.R. and Black, C.A. (2007) A coordination chemistry strategy for anion encapsulation: anion-Pi interactions in(4,4) nets formed from Ag(I) salts and a flexible pyrimidine ligand. Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications. 3171 - 3173. ISSN 0022-4936

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Abstract

Anions encapsulated by a uniform mode of anion-pi binding in isomorphous (4,4) nets formed from Ag(I) salts and bis(4-pyrimidylmethyl)sulfide appear to be structurally directing.