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coordination polymer

[kō‚ȯrd·ən′ā·shən ‚päl·ə·mər]
(organic chemistry)
Organic addition polymer that is neither free-radical nor simply ionic; prepared by catalysts that combine an organometallic (for example, triethyl aluminum) and a transition metal compound (for example, TiCl4).
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We have discovered that coordination polymers of earth-abundant metals are active water oxidation catalyst, competitive, fast and more robust than the best heterogeneous catalyst ever reported, able to reach over one million cycles working at neutral pH and ambient conditions.
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His thesis focused on the preparation and characterization of [Au(CN)2]-based heterometallic coordination polymers that show vapochromic or birefringent properties.
Has developed an international reputation in the area of crystal engineering, particularly coordination polymers.
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Although metal-organic coordination polymers have been the primary area of research in this field, much recent attention has been given to inorganic clusters incorporated into extended, multidimensional solids via organic templating agents.
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