What is the charge for Hexaminotriphenylene?

In summary, the chemical formula for Hexaminotriphenylene is C18H15N3. Its molecular weight is 273.33 g/mol and it has no charge. The melting point of Hexaminotriphenylene is approximately 301-307 °C. It has potential applications in organic semiconductors, solar cells, and as a building block for supramolecular structures.
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I have seen the structures like X3 (HITP)2 (X = Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Rh, Os, Ir). Can I replace X with Mg? Will it be stable?
 
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No idea, but one thing definitely asks for attention: what does Mg miss, that all other metals listed have?
 
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well, all the other elements are transition elements where as Mg is not.
 
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Yep - that makes me doubt stability. But it is just a guess.
 
  • #5
HITP MOFs are generally formed with metals in a square planar configuration, which isn’t found in magnesium compounds.
 

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