Noble metals in polyoxometalate chemistry: palladium-containing derivatives of the monolacunary keggin and wells-dawson tungstophosphates.
Summary of "Noble metals in polyoxometalate chemistry: palladium-containing derivatives of the monolacunary keggin and wells-dawson tungstophosphates."
We have prepared the three novel Pd(II)-containing tungstophosphates [Pd(2)(α-PW(11)O(39)H(0.5))(2)](9-) and two structural isomers of [Pd(2)(α(2)-P(2)W(17)O(61)H(n))(2)]((16-2n)-) via simple synthetic procedures and characterized their potassium salts by single-crystal X-ray diffraction, elemental analysis, and IR and multinuclear ((31)P and (183)W) NMR spectroscopy. This study sheds light on the long-standing question about the nature and structure of the actual products formed in the reaction of Pd(II) ions with monolacunary Keggin-type [α-XW(11)O(39)](n-) and Wells-Dawson-type [α(2)-P(2)W(17)O(61)](10-) heteropolytungstates.
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Name: Inorganic chemistry
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