Luminescent Lariat Aza-Crown Ether Carboxylic Acid
AbstractLariat ethers are interesting recognition motifs in supramolecular chemistry. The synthesis of a luminescent lariat aza-crown ether with a carboxyl group appended by azide-alkyne (Huisgen) cycloaddition is presented. View Full-Text
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Supplementary Information (DOC, 1044 KB)Syntheses – General methods; 1H – and 13C-NMR spectra of compound 3; LC-MS spectrum of the new compound; Absorption and emission spectra; Energy minimization calculations with Spartan V.6.01
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Späth, A.; Rummel, E.-M.; König, B. Luminescent Lariat Aza-Crown Ether Carboxylic Acid. Molbank 2010, 2010, M663.
Späth A, Rummel E-M, König B. Luminescent Lariat Aza-Crown Ether Carboxylic Acid. Molbank. 2010; 2010(1):M663.Chicago/Turabian Style
Späth, Andreas; Rummel, Eva-Maria; König, Burkhard. 2010. "Luminescent Lariat Aza-Crown Ether Carboxylic Acid." Molbank 2010, no. 1: M663.
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