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|Title:||Molecular paving with zinc thiolates|
|Authors:||Lai, C.S. |
|Citation:||Lai, C.S., Lim, Y.X., Yap, T.C., Tiekink, E.R.T. (2002). Molecular paving with zinc thiolates. CrystEngComm 4 (99) : 596-600. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1039/b210187d|
|Abstract:||The structure of Zn(S2COnPr)2 features [-Zn-S-C-S-]4 16-membered rings that share two corners with adjacent rings leading to the formation of a chain. This contrasts the situation in closely related Zn(S2COiPr)2, which displays isolated 16-membered rings, and in Zn(S2COEt)2, which adopts a layer structure owing to all corners of the 16-membered rings being shared. If the isolated 16-membered ring is considered as a paving stone, a description of the Zn(S2COR)2 structures ensues where the pavers in R = iPr are connected into a chain for R = nPr and finally into a 2-D architecture (e.g. path) for R = Et, demonstrating steric control over molecular aggregation. © 2002 The Royal Society of Chemistry.|
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