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A mechanical "flip-switch". Interconversion between co-conformations of a [2]rotaxane with a single recognition site


, : A mechanical "flip-switch". Interconversion between co-conformations of a [2]rotaxane with a single recognition site. Chemical Communications: 1598-1600

[2]Rotaxanes utilising the 1,2-bis(pyridinium)ethane, 24-crown-8 motif can exist in two distinct co-conformations whose relative abundances are solvent dependent.

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PMID: 16582991

DOI: 10.1039/b517642e


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