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Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing

Wolfson Fellow

Publication details for Prof. Jonathan W. Steed

Russell, J.M., Parker, A.D.M., Radosavljevic-Evans, I., Howard, J.A.K. & Steed, J.W. (2006). Anion-binding mode in a sulfanylphenyl urea complex solid state symmetry breaking and solution chelation. CrystEngComm 8(2): 119-122.

Author(s) from Durham


An anion-bridged, hydrogen bonded coordination polymer apparently adapts its symmetry to form a Z′ = 1 or 2 structure according to the hydrogen bonding demands of the anion, and in solution there is evidence for a discrete anion-binding coordination complex.