Halogen- and hydrogen-bonding cyclic and interlocked hosts for anion recognition and sensing
This thesis describes the synthesis of macrocyclic and interlocked receptors which exploit halogen- and hydrogen-bonding intermolecular interactions for anion recognition.
Chapter One introduces the field of supramolecular chemistry, with particular focus on applications of host–guest chemistry to anion coordination and anion templation in the construction of mechanically interlocked molecules.
Chapter Two details the synthesis of a series of...Expand abstract
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- Lydia C Gilday
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