Polyoxometalate Chemistry for Nano-Composite Design

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The remarkable range of stoichiometries, structures, and acid-base and redox properties of the polyoxoanions of the early transition metals has lead to their use in areas as diverse as catalysis, imaging, and medicine. Recent progress in polyoxometalate chemistry has opened up the possibility of developing a nanotechnology via a bottom-up approach, starting from molecular (polyoxometalate) subunits which incorporate functionalities that are appropriate for electronic/magnetic devices, and other applications. This...

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Overview

The remarkable range of stoichiometries, structures, and acid-base and redox properties of the polyoxoanions of the early transition metals has lead to their use in areas as diverse as catalysis, imaging, and medicine. Recent progress in polyoxometalate chemistry has opened up the possibility of developing a nanotechnology via a bottom-up approach, starting from molecular (polyoxometalate) subunits which incorporate functionalities that are appropriate for electronic/magnetic devices, and other applications. This book provides an overview of recent progress in polyoxometalate chemistry from leading international research groups. Topics include the formation of large multi-subunit assemblies of polyoxometalates, and their functionalization, magnetic and electron-transfer properties, and biological interactions.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781475787184
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 11/20/2013
  • Series: Nanostructure Science and Technology Series
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2004
  • Pages: 235
  • Product dimensions: 7.01 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.52 (d)

Table of Contents

Contents. Self-Assembly and Nanostructures. Chemistry with Nanoparticles: Linking of Ring- and Ball-shaped Species; P. Kögerler, A. Müller. Prospects for Rational Assembly of Composite Polyoxometalates; N. Belai, et al. Composite Materials Derived from Oxovanadium Sulfates; M.I. Khan, et al. Solid State Coordination Chemistry: Bimetallic Organophosphonate Oxide Phases of the M/Cu/O/RPO32- Family (M=V, Mo); R.C. Finn, J. Zubieta. Polyoxothiomolybdates Derived from the M02O2S2(H2O)6]2+ Building Unit; F. Sécheresse, et al. Lanthanide Polyoxometalates: Building Blocks for New Materials; Q. Luo, et al. Organometallic Oxides and Solution Chemistry. Dynamics of Organometallic Oxides: From Synthesis and Reactivity to DFT Calculations; V. Artero, et al. An Organorhodium Tungsten Oxide Cluster with a Windmill-like Skeleton: Synthesis of [(Cp*Rh)4W4O16] and Direct Observation by ESI-MS of an Unstable Intermediate [Cp*RhClWO4]; K. Nishikawa, et al. Role of Alkali-metal Cation Size in Electron Transfer to Solvent-separated 1:1 [M+)(POM)] (M+=Li*, Na+, K+) Ion Pairs; I.A. Weinsk, et al. New Classes of Functionalized Polyoxometalates: Organo-nitrogen Derivatives of Lindqvist Systems; A.R. Moore, et al. Polyoxometalate Speciation-Ionic Medium Dependence and Complexation to Medium Ions; L. Pettersson. Some Smaller Polyoxoanions. Their Synthesis and Characterization in Solution; H. Nakano, et al. Magnetic, Biological, and Catalytic Interactions. Polyoxometalates: From Magnetic Models to Multifunctional Materials; J.M. Clemente-Juan, et al. Magnetic Exchange Coupling and Potent AntiviralActivity of [(VO)3(SbW9O33)2]12-; T. Yamase, et al. Tetravanadate, Decavanadate, Keggin and Dawson Oxotungstates Inhibit Growth of S. cerevisiae; D.C. Crans, et al. Selective Oxidation of Hydrocarbons with Molecular Oxygen Catalyzed by Transition-metal-substituted Silicotungstates; N. Mizuno, et al. Transition-metal-substituted Heteropoly Anions in Nonpolar Solvents Structures and Interaction with Carbon Dioxide; J. Paul, et al. Polyoxometalates and Solid State Reactions at Low Heating Temperatures; S. Jing, et al. Structure Determination of Polyoxotungstates Using High-energy Synchrotron Radiation; T. Ozeki, et al.

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