Spectroscopic Studies of a Novel Inorganic–Organic Hybrid Based on Polyoxovanadates Under a Wide Range of Wavelengths
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In this paper, we reported the synthesis of a new polyoxovanadate hybrid with chlorobenzoyl ligand, which was characterized by a series of spectroscopic technologies radiated with the wavelengths from nanoscale to decimetre including X-ray diffraction, Ultraviolet–Visible spectrometer, Fourier Transform Infrared spectrometer, Raman spectrometer and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. The electrochemical behaviour and thermal stability were also investigated through cyclic voltammetries and thermogravimetric analyses, respectively. The spectroscopic studies in this work could give a cornerstone to explore the polyoxovanadate hybrids on molecular scale.
KeywordsPolyoxovanadates Inorganic–organic hybrid Aromatic ligand Spectroscopy Molecular scale
This work is supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (Nos. 21271068, 21401050), the Natural Science Foundation of Hubei Province (No. 2015CFA131) and Wuhan Applied Basic Research Program (No. 2014010101010020).
Prof. Wu, Prof. Xiao and B. Huang provided the idea of this paper. D. Ke, Z. Yu, Z. Luo and H. Wang are the excellent undergraduate students in our group and they conducted the syntheses and characterizations of FT-IR, UV–Vis, NMR and Raman. Prof. Xiao conducted the single-crystal X-ray diffraction and analyzed the diffractive data with B. Huang and Y. Zhang, and they write the structural discussion section. CV experiment was conducted by D. Ke and TGA experiment was conducted by Z. Yu. The paper was organized by all authors and the final draft was revised by Prof. Wu, Prof. Xiao and B. Huang. In addition, D. Ke and Z. Yu contributed equally to this work and the work was supported by the funding from Prof. Wu and Prof. Xiao.
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