Highly stable cage-like complexes by self-assembly of tetracationic Zn(II) porphyrinates and tetrasulfonatocalix[4]arenes in polar solvents

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Fiammengo, Roberto and Timmerman, Peter and Jong, Feike de and Reinhoudt, David N. (2000) Highly stable cage-like complexes by self-assembly of tetracationic Zn(II) porphyrinates and tetrasulfonatocalix[4]arenes in polar solvents. Chemical Communications, 2000 (23). pp. 2313-2314. ISSN 1359-7345

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Abstract:Tetracationic Zn(II) porphyrinates and tetraanionic calix[4]arenes can be assembled in polar solvents to obtain cage-like complexes in an entropy driven process. These structures are remarkably stable even in the presence of water or competing salts.
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b006960o
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