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Dynamic combinatorial synthesis of a catenane based on donor–acceptor interactions in water

By Ho Yu Au-Yeung, G. Dan Pantoş and Jeremy K. M. Sanders

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A new type of neutral donor–acceptor [2]-catenane, containing both complementary units in the same ring was synthesized from a dynamic combinatorial library in water. The yield of the water soluble [2]-catenane is enhanced by increasing either building-block concentrations or ionic strength, or by the addition of an electron-rich template. NMR spectroscopy demonstrates that the template is intercalated between the 2 electron-deficient naphthalenediimide units of the catenane

Topics: Molecular Recognition and Self-Assembly Special Feature
Publisher: National Academy of Sciences
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:2705551
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