Crystal structure of U(VI) phthalate dihydrate [UO2(OOC)2C6H4•H2O]•H2O View Full Text


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2004-11

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I. A. Charushnikova, N. N. Krot, Z. A. Starikova

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Crystalline uranyl phthalate dihydrate was prepared by hydrothermal method, and its crystal structure was determined. The crystal structure consists of infinite chains [UO2LH2O]n coupled in bands [(UO2)2L2(H2O)2]n [L = C6H4(COO)2], between which water molecules of crystallization are located. The coordination polyhedron of uranium atoms is a pentagonal bipyramid with the equatorial plane formed by oxygen atoms of three phthalate ions and coordinated water molecule. The U-O bond length in the UO22+ cations is 1.766 Å. The coordination capacity of the ligands is 4. Anions are bidentately coordinated to uranium atoms to form seven-membered rings. Being bridging ligands, phthalate ions combine the neighboring uranium atoms into chains through one carboxy group, and the chains into bands, through the other carboxy group. More... »

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556-559

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