Coordination polymers are hybrid inorganic-organic compounds containing metal cations infinitely linked by ligands. These structures can extend in 1, 2 or 3 dimensions. Ligands could be mono- bi or multidentate depending on the number of donor atoms that could chelate the metal center. Here we focus on heteroscorpionate ligands.
This class of ligand refers to a tridentate ligand which can binds a metal with 2 donor atoms like the princer of a scorption and a third donor site as the tail can bind the same metal ion or others, creating different architectures. During these works we study how heteroscorpionate ligands pre-organization could affect the final structures of the metal complexes.
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