A First Cyclodextrin-Transition Metal Coordination Polymer


The synthesis, X-ray crystallographic structure, and water uptake measurements of the first coordination polymer made of a cyclodextrin and a transition metal ion (in this case, Cu<sup>2+</sup>) are shown. This coordination polymer is made by connecting paddle-wheel Cu<sup>2+</sup> units through a γ-cyclodextrin functionalized with eight carboxylate groups, is stable in water, and shows selective water-induced reversible structural transformations

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