Self-assembly between dicarboxylate ions and binuclear europium complexes: moving to water-pH dependence and effects of buffers.
- Binuclear lanthanide complexes consisting of two lanthanide binding domains in kinetically stable DO3A binding pockets linked by a 3-functionalized meta-xylyl bridge form stable 1:1 adducts with isophthalate and dinicotinate in water. The influence of buffer, pH and ligand structure on the binding of dinicotinate has been investigated.
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