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].
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Страницы (с-по)109-118
Число страниц9
ЖурналZeitschfrift fur Kristallographie
Том234
Номер выпуска2
DOI
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2019

Отпечаток

selenate
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
nitrates
acetates

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  • Планетоведение и науки о земле (все)

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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. В: Zeitschfrift fur Kristallographie. 2019 ; Том 234, № 2. стр. 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, том. 234, № 2, стр. 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.

В: Zeitschfrift fur Kristallographie, Том 234, № 2, 2019, стр. 109-118.

Результат исследований: Научные публикации в периодических изданияхстатья

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