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|標題:||Using a Threading-Followed-by-Swelling Approach to Synthesize 2 Rotaxanes||作者:||Ko, J.L.
|關鍵字:||Cope rearrangement;NMR spectroscopy;rotaxanes;solvent-free synthesis;supramolecular chemistry;controllable molecular switch;template-directed synthesis;thermal;isomerization;cope rearrangement;rotaxanes;slippage;pseudorotaxane;macrocycle;complexes;anion||Project:||Chemistry-a European Journal||期刊/報告no：:||Chemistry-a European Journal, Volume 16, Issue 23, Page(s) 6950-6960.||摘要:||
We have developed a "threading-followed-by-swelling" protocol to synthesize rotaxanes efficiently and atom economically. Our protocol employs cis-1-[(Z)-alk-1'enyl]-2-vinylcyclopropane units as the termini of the threadlike components; these end groups are converted into more-sizable cycloheptadiene motifs, which function as stopper units, through Cope rearrangements at elevated temperature. We used this approach to synthesize rotaxanes in good yield from pseudorotaxanes featuring either one or two swellable termini to interlock three different types of macrocycle. The chiral centers created by the swelling process were "erased" by hydrogenating the cycloheptadiene termini into the corresponding cycloheptane units, affording achiral molecular rotaxanes as the only final products.
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