Boronic acid building blocks: tools for self assembly
Nishiyabu, R., Kubo, Y., James, T. D. and Fossey, J. S., 2011. Boronic acid building blocks: tools for self assembly. Chemical Communications, 47 (4), pp. 1124-1150.
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Dynamic covalent functionality has been acknowledged as a powerful tool for the construction of organised architectures, the reversible nature thermodynamically facilitates self-control and self-correction. The use of boronic acids complexation with diols and their congeners has already shown great promise in realising and developing reversible boron-containing multicomponent systems with dynamic covalent functionality. The structure-directing potential has lead to the development of a variety of self-organisation involving not only macrocycles, cages and capsules, but also porous covalent organic frameworks and polymers. Structure controls as well as remarkable synthesis are highlighted in this feature article.
|Creators||Nishiyabu, R., Kubo, Y., James, T. D. and Fossey, J. S.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
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