Since the dawn of supramolecular chemistry, calixarenes have been employed as platforms onto which functional groups and binding sites can be loaded in a regio- and stereocontrolled manner for the recognition of charged and neutral species. Despite their wider annulus, potentially suitable to bind larger guests, the larger members of the calixarene series have been relatively less employed, mainly because of the synthetic difficulties to control their conformational flexibility and their regioselective functionalization. In this account, we will present the achievements gained during the last two decades on the use of the calix[6]arene as a platform to build-up structures in which the macrocycle acts as a wheel for the synthesis of oriented (pseudo)rotaxanes. We also account on how these calix[6]arene hosts affect the reactivity or spectroscopic properties of their bound guests.

Heteroditopic Calix[6]arene Based Intervowen and Interlocked Molecular Devices / Cera, G.; Arduini, A.; Secchi, A.; Credi, A.; Silvi, S.. - In: THE CHEMICAL RECORD. - ISSN 1527-8999. - 21(2021), pp. 1161-1181. [10.1002/tcr.202100012]

Heteroditopic Calix[6]arene Based Intervowen and Interlocked Molecular Devices

Cera G.;Arduini A.;Secchi A.;
2021

Abstract

Since the dawn of supramolecular chemistry, calixarenes have been employed as platforms onto which functional groups and binding sites can be loaded in a regio- and stereocontrolled manner for the recognition of charged and neutral species. Despite their wider annulus, potentially suitable to bind larger guests, the larger members of the calixarene series have been relatively less employed, mainly because of the synthetic difficulties to control their conformational flexibility and their regioselective functionalization. In this account, we will present the achievements gained during the last two decades on the use of the calix[6]arene as a platform to build-up structures in which the macrocycle acts as a wheel for the synthesis of oriented (pseudo)rotaxanes. We also account on how these calix[6]arene hosts affect the reactivity or spectroscopic properties of their bound guests.
Heteroditopic Calix[6]arene Based Intervowen and Interlocked Molecular Devices / Cera, G.; Arduini, A.; Secchi, A.; Credi, A.; Silvi, S.. - In: THE CHEMICAL RECORD. - ISSN 1527-8999. - 21(2021), pp. 1161-1181. [10.1002/tcr.202100012]
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