Synthesis and Structure of 2D Cobalt(II)-tartrate Hydrate Coordination Polymers Crystallised from Aqueous Solution

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Submitted: 17-07-2017
Published: 11-06-2018
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Cobalt(II)-tartrate hydrate coordination polymer is successfully crystallisedfrom aqueous solution at room temperature. Unlike previous methods, diammonium tartrate was used and reacted directly with an aqueous solution of cobalt(II). Single crystal X-ray and ATR-IR analyses were performed toward the synthesized crystal. The crystal structure displaysa (6,3) 2D sheet which then grow into a 3D hydrogen-bonded network. Tetra- and hexa-dentate dianionic tartaric ligands are observed in the crystal structure, in which the hexadentate ligand connects four different cobalt centres. This method is considered feasible, affordable, and simple for the production of functional polymeric cobalt(II)-tartrate hydrate. Copyright © 2018 BCREC Group. All rights reserved

Received: 17th July 2017; Revised: 30th October 2017; Accepted: 30th October 2017; Available online:   11st June 2018; Published regularly: 1st August 2018

How to Cite: Khunur, M.M., Prananto, Y.P. (2018). Synthesis and Structure of 2D Cobalt(II)-tartrate Hydrate Coordination Polymers Crystallised from Aqueous Solution. Bulletin of Chemical Reaction Engineering & Catalysis, 13 (2): 213-219 (doi:10.9767/bcrec.13.2.1342.213-219)

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Diammonium tartrate; coordination polymers; aqueous solution; crystal structure; cobalt(II) tartrate.

  1. Mohammad Misbah Khunur 
    Department of Chemistry, Brawijaya University, Jl. Veteran 01 Malang, Indonesia
  2. Yuniar Ponco Prananto  Scopus Scholar Sinta
    Department of Chemistry, Brawijaya University, Jl. Veteran 01 Malang, Indonesia

    1) PhD student, Monash University, Australia

    2) Lecturer, Chemistry Department, Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory, Brawijaya University, Indonesia

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