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Abstract: We have synthesized two forms of erbium tetracyanoplatinates, Er2[Pt(CN)4]3.21H2O (red form) and Er2[Pt(CN)4]2.SO4.11.5H2O (yellow form), and determined their crystal structures by X-ray diffraction. While the red form crystallizes in the orthorhombic space group Pbcn, with a = 15.4848(3) A, b = 13.8186(2) A, c = 19.07820(10) A, alpha = beta = gamma = 90 degrees, and Z = 4, the yellow form precipitates in the tetragonal space group I4cm, with a = b = 14.321(2) A, c = 13.338(3) A, alpha = beta = gamma = 90 degr… Show more

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“…The difference most probably results from the relativistic effects, which the Huzinaga's AE basis set does not account for. However, in our previous tests for different carbonyl complexes of group 8 transition metals (including trinuclear cluster complexes M 3 (CO) 12 , M ) Fe, Ru, Os), we showed that the relativistic effects are rather small for the 4d elements, both in geometry and in decarbonylation energies. 42 The very stable Huzinaga's basis set was found especially suitable for studying ruthenium carbonyl complexes.…”
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“…The difference most probably results from the relativistic effects, which the Huzinaga's AE basis set does not account for. However, in our previous tests for different carbonyl complexes of group 8 transition metals (including trinuclear cluster complexes M 3 (CO) 12 , M ) Fe, Ru, Os), we showed that the relativistic effects are rather small for the 4d elements, both in geometry and in decarbonylation energies. 42 The very stable Huzinaga's basis set was found especially suitable for studying ruthenium carbonyl complexes.…”
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“…This is the case with, for example, Magnus' green salt, 9,10 its derivatives, 11 and many tetracyanoplatinates. 12 One-dimensional coordination polymers do not have real metal backbone. Instead, they have an alternating chain of metal atoms and linking ligands.…”
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“…1,2 The intense interest in this field is justified not only by the fascinating structural diversity of the complex architectures but also by the potential applications of these compounds as functional materials in magnetism, 3 molecular adsorption, 4 manufacture of light conversion devices 5 and bimetallic catalysis. 6 Although a number of 3d-4f heterometallic complexes with discrete structures were obtained by the conventional self-assembly reaction in solution, [7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22] the synthesis of polymeric compounds, especially three-dimensional open-framework 3d-4f heterometallic coordination polymers, is still less successful. 4,23 As has been well established, the lanthanide ions behave as hard acids and they prefer oxygen to nitrogen donors, while d-block metal ions are borderline acids, having a strong tendency to coordinate to N-donors as well as O-donors.…”
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“…On one hand, the architectures of these complexes usually shows the fascinating structural diversity, on the other hand, they have more potential and widespread applications than homo-metal coordination polymers as functional materials in magnetism [3], molecular adsorption [4], manufacture of light conversion devices [5] and bimetallic catalysis [1,2,6], because they often combine different metals' physical and chemical properties. So far a number of 3d-4f heterometallic complexes with discrete structures were obtained by the conventional self-assembly reaction in solution [7][8][9], however, the synthesis of polymeric compounds, especially three-dimensional open-framework 3d-4f heterometallic coordination polymers is still less successful [4,5,10,11]. As is known to all, rare-earth ions behave as hard acids.…”
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