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Journal of Chemical Sciences

, Volume 127, Issue 8, pp 1369–1373 | Cite as

Crystal structure and solid-state properties of discrete hexa cationic trinuclear zinc triazole cluster

  • CHATLA NAGA BABU
  • PALADUGU SURESH
  • ARRURI SATHYANARAYANA
  • PRASENJIT DAS
  • GANESAN PRABUSANKAREmail author
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Abstract

A linear trinuclear cluster of the type [{Zn3(HTrz)6(H2O)6}6+(NO\(_{\mathrm {3}}^{\mathrm {-}}\))6(H2O)] (ZnT) has been synthesized by one-pot reaction between 1,2,4-triazole and Zn(NO3).6H2O. Molecule consists of three Zn2++ ions linearly connected by 1,2,4-triazole with tri-fold symmetry. The coordination geometry around the zinc centre is octahedral with zinc-zinc separation of 3.810 Å. The coordination environment of central Zn2++ ion is satisfied by nitrogen atoms of six 1,2,4-triazoles, while the geometry of terminal Zn2++ ions is fulfilled by nitrogen atoms of three 1,2,4-triazoles and three water molecules. The thermal and absorption properties of ZnThave been reported for the first time.

Graphical Abstract

A rare linear, discrete, hexa-cationic trinuclear zinc triazole cluster has been synthesized and structurally characterized.

Keywords

Zinc trizole clusters cationic compounds 

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Acknowledgements

We thank the DST, New Delhi (SR/FT/CS94/2010) and IIT Hyderabad for the financial support. NB thanks UGC for the fellowship.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • CHATLA NAGA BABU
    • 1
  • PALADUGU SURESH
    • 1
  • ARRURI SATHYANARAYANA
    • 1
  • PRASENJIT DAS
    • 1
  • GANESAN PRABUSANKAR
    • 1
    Email author
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryIndian Institute of Technology HyderabadTelanganaIndia

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