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Journal of Chemical Sciences

, Volume 129, Issue 10, pp 1521–1530 | Cite as

Two new supramolecular compounds induced by novel vinylpyridine cationic templates: synthesis, structures and enhanced photocatalytic properties

  • Min Xiao
  • Su-Min Li
  • Yun-Yin Niu
Regular Article
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Abstract

Two novel complexes \(\{\hbox {(Pepy)}[\hbox {Cu}_{2}\hbox {(SCN)}_{4}]\}_{\mathrm{n}}\) (1) and \(\{\hbox {(Pepy)}[\hbox {Cu}_{2}\hbox {Br}_{4}]\}_{\mathrm{n}}\) (2) [Pepy=1-2-(Pyridinium-1-yl)-1-ethenyl) pyridinium] based on vinylpyridinium organic cation and cuprous salts have been synthesized and characterized by X-ray diffractometry. Compound 1 has a 2D polypseudorotaxane structure and compound 2 presents a 1D chain structure. Furthermore, the thermal gravimetric analysis (TGA), UV–Vis diffuse reflectance spectra, the morphology and the photocatalytic performances were studied carefully. Remarkably, both 1 and 2 exhibited good photocatalytic degradation abilities towards some dyes.

Graphical Abstract

Two novel complexes \(\{\hbox {(Pepy)}[\hbox {Cu}_{2}\hbox {(SCN)}_{4}]\}_{\mathrm{n}}\) and \(\{\hbox {(Pepy)}[\hbox {Cu}_{2}\hbox {Br}_{4}]\}_{\mathrm{n}}\) [Pepy=1-2-(Pyridinium-1-yl)-1-ethenyl) pyridinium] based on vinylpyridinium cation and cuprous salts have been synthesized. They exhibited diverse structures and good photocatalytic properties.

Keywords

Vinylpyridine template supramolecule crystal structures photocatalytic degradation 

Notes

Acknowledgements

Research efforts in the Niu group are supported by the National Science Foundation of China (Nos. 21171148 and 21671177).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of Chemistry and Molecular EngineeringZhengzhou UniversityHenanPeople’s Republic of China

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