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Molecules, Volume 22, Issue 1 (January 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Cyclodextrins are able to encapsulate water-soluble phosphanes in their cavity even when these [...] Read more. Cyclodextrins are able to encapsulate water-soluble phosphanes in their cavity even when these phosphanes are coordinated to a transition metal. The supramolecular organometallic complexes resulting from this interaction can then lead to the decoordination of phosphanes from the metal center. Cyclodextrins are therefore original promotors to obtain metals with two coordination spheres or unsaturated metal complexes. View this paper.