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|Title:||Molecular architecture and supramolecular association in the zinc-triad 1,1-dithiolates. Steric control as a design element in crystal engineering?|
|Source:||Tiekink, E.R.T. (2003-04-16). Molecular architecture and supramolecular association in the zinc-triad 1,1-dithiolates. Steric control as a design element in crystal engineering?. CrystEngComm 5 : 101-113. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1039/b301318a|
|Abstract:||A survey of the fascinating structural chemistry of the zinc-triad 1,1-dithiolates is presented. A total of twelve distinct structural motifs are delineated ranging from monomeric, dimeric, tetrameric, linear polymeric, layer to 3-dimensional network architectures. Such diversity arises from the prevalent secondary bonding interactions, i.e. A⋯S, operating in the solid state. While the variation in structure suggests that the control of secondary interactions is difficult, a possible design tool for crystal engineering is identified, namely by moderating the steric profile of thiolate-bound organic substituents, at least for the systems described herein. © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2003.|
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