A Versatile Axle for the Construction of Disassemblage Rotaxanes
AbstractRotaxanes are unique mechanical devices that hold great promise as sensors. We report on two new rotaxanes that contain an acid or base sensitive trigger and readily disassemble in a wide range of environments. Disassemblage was observed under TLC and 1H-NMR analysis. The axle is highly charged, which enhances solubility in aqueous environments, and can be readily derivatized with sensor components. The trigger was swapped in a one-pot method, which is promising for the rapid production of a series of sensors. View Full-Text
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Powers, L.A.; Smithrud, D.B. A Versatile Axle for the Construction of Disassemblage Rotaxanes. Molecules 2016, 21, 1043.
Powers LA, Smithrud DB. A Versatile Axle for the Construction of Disassemblage Rotaxanes. Molecules. 2016; 21(8):1043.Chicago/Turabian Style
Powers, Lucas A.; Smithrud, David B. 2016. "A Versatile Axle for the Construction of Disassemblage Rotaxanes." Molecules 21, no. 8: 1043.
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