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      Assembly of a luminescent core–shell nanocluster featuring a Ag34S26 shell and a W6O216− polyoxoanion core

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          Polyoxometalates: building blocks for functional nanoscale systems.

          Polyoxometalates (POMs) are a subset of metal oxides that represent a diverse range of molecular clusters with an almost unmatched range of physical properties and the ability to form dynamic structures that can range in size from the nano- to the micrometer scale. Herein we present the very latest developments from synthesis to structure and function of POMs. We discuss the possibilities of creating highly sophisticated functional hierarchical systems with multiple, interdependent, functionalities along with a critical analysis that allows the non-specialist to learn the salient features. We propose and present a "periodic table of polyoxometalate building blocks". We also highlight some of the current issues and challenges that need to be addressed to work towards the design of functional systems based upon POM building blocks and look ahead to possible emerging application areas.
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            Polyoxometalate Chemistry: An Old Field with New Dimensions in Several Disciplines

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              Polyoxometalate clusters, nanostructures and materials: from self assembly to designer materials and devices.

              Polyoxometalates represent a diverse range of molecular clusters with an almost unmatched range of physical properties and the ability to form structures that can bridge several length scales. The new building block principles that have been discovered are beginning to allow the design of complex clusters with desired properties and structures and several structural types and novel physical properties are examined. In this critical review the synthetic and design approaches to the many polyoxometalate cluster types are presented encompassing all the sub-types of polyoxometalates including, isopolyoxometalates, heteropolyoxometalates, and reduced molybdenum blue systems. As well as the fundamental structure and bonding aspects, the final section is devoted to discussing these clusters in the context of contemporary and emerging interdisciplinary interests from areas as diverse as anti-viral agents, biological ion transport models, and materials science.
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                Journal
                CHCOFS
                Chemical Communications
                Chem. Commun.
                Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
                1359-7345
                1364-548X
                2012
                2012
                : 48
                : 47
                : 5844
                Article
                10.1039/c2cc32321d
                89ebd6cf-72df-40ef-ad90-40b442cedaef
                © 2012
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