Two Neutral Open-framework Metal Phosphites with Ten-ring Channels Constructed by Three-, Four-, and Five-connected Centers
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Neutral open-structured metal phosphites of Al and In are hydrothermally synthesized; they are structural analogues that constructed by HPO<SUB>3</SUB> and MO<SUB>6</SUB> groups with intersecting eight- and 10-ring channels. The two metal sites serve as four- and five-connected centers, respectively, with the rest oxygen atoms belonging to the coordinated water molecules.
- Chemistry Letters
Chemistry Letters 37(7), 678-679, 2008-07-05
The Chemical Society of Japan