The creation of inorganic-organic hybrid materials based on polyoxometalate and related chemistry.Author(s): Michael Garcia
In this article, two polyoxometalate (POM)-based inorganic-organic hybrid materials [(C2H6N5)2(C9H9N4O)] and a copper (II) compound [Cu (C9H7N4O) 2] are presented. [Cu (H2O) 2(C9H8N4O). The coordination polymer Compound is based on the coordination complex [Cu (C9H7N4O) 2], with C9H7N4O serving as the ligand. The polyoxometalate of the phospho-tungstate type is also a component of compounds. The 1,4-diamino-4H-1,2,4-triazolium cation [C2H6N5]2+, which is generated in-situ from Hsaltrz during the production of compound 2, is what makes compound 2 special. Notably, the 1, 4-diamino-4H-1, 2, 4-triazolium cation, which was generated in-situ, is recognised as a high-energy performance molecule. Regular spectrum analysis has been used to analyse the aforementioned compounds, as well as single crystal X-ray crystallography, which has allowed for their clear identification. To further understand the system, calculations based on density functional theory (DFT) were carried out on these three chemicals using the Gaussian 09 W programme.