Open-framework sodium uranyl selenate and sodium uranyl sulfate with protonated morpholino-N-acetic acid

Евгений Васильевич Назарчук, Олег Иоханнесович Сийдра, Дмитрий Чаркин, Никита В. Чуканов, Александр Ю. Захаров, Степан Н. Калмыков, Юрий А. Ихолайнен, Михаил И. Шариков

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The reaction of sodium N-morpholine acetate with selenic and sulfuric acid and uranyl nitrate results in the formation of two novel open-framework com-pounds, |Na(Hmfa) |[(UO2)2(SeO4)3(H2O)](H2O)2 (NaUSe) and [Na2(SO3OH)(Hmfa)] |(UO2)(SO4)2 | (NaUS), respec-tively. Despite identical synthetic procedures, sulfate structure dramatically differs from selenate compound. Their common feature is an open-framework featur-ing two-dimensional system of channels occupied by protonated morpholino-N-acetic acid species. Coor-dination of Na atoms is different. In NaUSe, [(UO2)2 (SeO4)3(H2O)]2− layers are pillared by {Na2O8(H2O)2(Hmfa)2} complexes to form a microporous framework. In NaUS, UO7 and SO4 polyhedra of [(UO2)(SO4)2]2− chains share common oxygen atoms with Na-centered tetrameric com-plexes providing a three-dimensional integrity of the structure. Both of the compounds are characterized by IR spectroscopy

(2) (PDF) Open-framework sodium uranyl selenate and sodium uranyl sulfate with protonated morpholino-N-acetic acid. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/327918717_Open-framework_sodium_uranyl_selenate_and_sodium_uranyl_sulfate_with_protonated_morpholino-N-acetic_acid [accessed Oct 31 2019].
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)109-118
Number of pages9
JournalZeitschfrift fur Kristallographie
Volume234
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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Morpholinos
Sodium sulfate
sodium sulfates
acetic acid
Acetic acid
Acetic Acid
Sodium
sodium
sulfate
Uranyl Nitrate
Selenic Acid
Atoms
sulfuric acid
polyhedrons
Sulfuric acid
integrity
Sulfates
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Назарчук, Е. В., Сийдра, О. И., Чаркин, Д., Чуканов, Н. В., Захаров, А. Ю., Калмыков, С. Н., ... Шариков, М. И. (2019). Open-framework sodium uranyl selenate and sodium uranyl sulfate with protonated morpholino-N-acetic acid. Zeitschfrift fur Kristallographie, 234(2), 109-118. https://doi.org/10.1515/zkri-2018-2103
Назарчук, Евгений Васильевич ; Сийдра, Олег Иоханнесович ; Чаркин, Дмитрий ; Чуканов, Никита В. ; Захаров, Александр Ю. ; Калмыков, Степан Н. ; Ихолайнен, Юрий А. ; Шариков, Михаил И. / Open-framework sodium uranyl selenate and sodium uranyl sulfate with protonated morpholino-N-acetic acid. In: Zeitschfrift fur Kristallographie. 2019 ; Vol. 234, No. 2. pp. 109-118.
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Назарчук, ЕВ, Сийдра, ОИ, Чаркин, Д, Чуканов, НВ, Захаров, АЮ, Калмыков, СН, Ихолайнен, ЮА & Шариков, МИ 2019, 'Open-framework sodium uranyl selenate and sodium uranyl sulfate with protonated morpholino-N-acetic acid', Zeitschfrift fur Kristallographie, vol. 234, no. 2, pp. 109-118. https://doi.org/10.1515/zkri-2018-2103

Open-framework sodium uranyl selenate and sodium uranyl sulfate with protonated morpholino-N-acetic acid. / Назарчук, Евгений Васильевич; Сийдра, Олег Иоханнесович; Чаркин, Дмитрий; Чуканов, Никита В.; Захаров, Александр Ю.; Калмыков, Степан Н.; Ихолайнен, Юрий А.; Шариков, Михаил И.

In: Zeitschfrift fur Kristallographie, Vol. 234, No. 2, 2019, p. 109-118.

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