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Structure-directing effect on synthesis of layered aluminophosphates with same topology

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Three layered aluminophosphates(UiO-15, APDAP12-150 and APDAP-150) with same topology were crystallized from an initial mixture with a molar composition of Al2O3:1.5P2O5:5.5R:227H2O, where R is ethylene-diamine, 1,2-diaminopropane or 1,3-diaminopropane, respectively. The crystallization processes of UiO-15, APDAP12-150 and APDAP-150 were investigated using solid-state NMR in combination with XRD and other characterization techniques. The evolution of the coordination states of Al and P in the solid products was monitored, and the possible starting points of crystallization(core units) of UiO-15, APDAP12-150 and APDAP-150 were obtained and analyzed. The formation of a trimer as well as a hexamer of aluminophosphate, a monomer of PO4 and a nonamer containing two three-membered rings is critical for the start of crystallization of UiO-15. The formation of a hexamer and a pentamer is critical for the start of crystallization of APDAP12-150. The formation of an AlO6 monomer and a pentamer containing a three-membered ring is critical for the start of crystallization of APDAP-150. The crystal water played a co-structure-directing role in the formation of APDAP-150.

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Correspondence to Wenfu Yan.

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Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China(Nos.21571075, 21320102001, 21621001) and the National Key Research and Development Program of China(No.2016YFB0701100).

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Wang, A., Xu, J., Wang, C. et al. Structure-directing effect on synthesis of layered aluminophosphates with same topology. Chem. Res. Chin. Univ. 33, 513–519 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40242-017-7050-9

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