Supramolecular Naphthalenediimide Nanotubes
Ponnuswamy, N., Stefankiewicz, A. R., Sanders, J. K. M. and Pantoș, G. D., 2012. Supramolecular Naphthalenediimide Nanotubes. Topics in Current Chemistry, 322, pp. 217-260.
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Amino acid functionalized naphthalenediimides (NDIs) when dissolved in chloroform form a dynamic combinatorial library (DCL) in which the NDI building blocks are connected through reversible hydrogen bonds forming a versatile new supramolecular assembly in solution with intriguing host–guest properties. In chlorinated solvents the NDIs form supramolecular nanotubes which complex C60, ion-pairs, and extended aromatic molecules. In the presence of C70 a new hexameric receptor is formed at the expense of the nanotube; the equilibrium nanotube – hexameric receptor can be influenced by acid–base reactions. Achiral NDIs are incorporated in nanotubes formed by either dichiral or monochiral NDIs experiencing the “sergeants-and-soldiers” effect.
|Creators||Ponnuswamy, N., Stefankiewicz, A. R., Sanders, J. K. M. and Pantoș, G. D.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
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