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|標題:||Use of anions to allow translational isomerism of a 2 rotaxane||作者:||Lin, C.F.
|關鍵字:||anion switch;host-guest systems;molecular cages;molecular machines;rotaxanes;controllable molecular switch;transition-metal;recognition;receptors;pseudorotaxane;complexation;shuttles;binding;agents||Project:||Chemistry-a European Journal||期刊/報告no：:||Chemistry-a European Journal, Volume 13, Issue 15, Page(s) 4350-4355.||摘要:||
We report a molecular rotaxane which comprises a molecular cage and a dumbbell-shaped component, in which translational isomerism can be performed reversibly through an in situ anion exchange process, that is, sequential addition of Bu4NCl/ AgPF6 reagent pairs. The rotaxane incorporates two pyridinium and two dialkylammonium centers and functions as a triply operable molecular switch, which can be controlled through altering the polarity of the solvent, adding acidic and basic reagents (TFA/Et3N), and the varying the nature of the counteranions (Cl- vs PF6-).
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