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On Some Problems of Inorganic Supramolecular Chemistry

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  • Dr. Vladislav S. Pervov,

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    1. Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Leninsky pr-t 31, 119071, Moscow (Russian Federation)
    2. Moscow State University of Mechanical Engineering, Bolshaya Semenovskaya 38, 107023 Moscow (Russian Federation)
    • Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Leninsky pr-t 31, 119071, Moscow (Russian Federation)

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  • Anna E. Zotova

    1. Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Leninsky pr-t 31, 119071, Moscow (Russian Federation)
    2. Moscow State University of Mechanical Engineering, Bolshaya Semenovskaya 38, 107023 Moscow (Russian Federation)
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Abstract

In this study, some features that distinguish inorganic supramolecular host–guest objects from traditional architectures are considered. Crystalline inorganic supramolecular structures are the basis for the development of new functional materials. Here, the possible changes in the mechanism of crystalline inorganic supramolecular structure self-organization at high interaction potentials are discussed. The cases of changes in the host structures and corresponding changes in the charge states under guest intercalation, as well as their impact on phase stability and stoichiometry are considered. It was demonstrated that the deviation from the geometrical and topological complementarity conditions may be due to the additional energy gain from forming inorganic supramolecular structures. It has been assumed that molecular recognition principles can be employed for the development of physicochemical analysis and interpretation of metastable states in inorganic crystalline alloys.

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