Acta Cryst. (2004). E60, m495-m497 [ doi:10.1107/S1600536804006774 ]
Abstract: In the oxo-centered compound, [ZnFe2O(O2CCF3)6(C4H8O)2(H2O)], the central O atom is linked to three metal atoms, which are themselves each linked to four trifluoroacetate anions and are in a triangular configuration. Two of the metal atoms are each coordinated by a tetrahydrofuran molecule, whereas the third is coordinated by a water molecule. Two [ZnFe2O(O2CCF3)6(C4H8O)2(H2O)] units are linked by a pair of hydrogen bonds across a center of inversion to afford a hydrogen-bonded dimer. The compound is isostructural with the CuIIFeIII2 analog.
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