A single crystal study of CPO-27 and UTSA-74 for nitric oxide storage and release
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Single crystal CPO-27-Mg, -Zn and its structural isomer UTSA-74 have been prepared through use of acid modulators; salicylic acid and benzoic acid, respectively. Salicylic acid directed the synthesis of CPO-27-Mg/Zn whereas benzoic acid the synthesis of UTSA-74. Through “in-house” SCXRD, DMF was seen to bind to the Zn2+ and water to the Mg2+ metal sites in CPO-27-M. Although the synthesis conditions were analogous for UTSA-74, DMF is too large to bind due to the proximity of the binding sites. A dissolution–recrystallisation transformation was examined from UTSA-74 to CPO-27-Zn. The release of nitric oxide was measured for each material.
Henkelis , S E , Vornholt , S M , Cordes , D B , Slawin , A M Z , Wheatley , P S & Morris , R E 2019 , ' A single crystal study of CPO-27 and UTSA-74 for nitric oxide storage and release ' , CrystEngComm , vol. 21 , no. 12 , pp. 1857-1861 . https://doi.org/10.1039/C9CE00098D
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DescriptionFunding: UK EPSRC EP/K005499/1, EP/K503162, and EP/L017008/1).
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