Chemistry Journal of Moldova

THE SOLID-STATE INCLUSION COMPLEX BETWEEN THE MONO-ANION OF CALIX[4]ARENE AND PROTONATED DIAMINO-BICYCLOUNDECANE

Author(s):

Oleksandr Shkurenko, Kinga Suwinska, Florent Perret, Katia Sigaud, Antoine Leydier, Said Jebors and Anthony W. Coleman


Field: Supramolecular chemistry
Type: Research paper
Issue: 2009 Volume 4, no.2
Pages: 86-93
Keywords:

Calix[n]arenes, X-ray Crystallography, Structure, Mono-anionic, Diamino-Bicycloundecane, inclusion polymer.


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DOI:
dx.doi.org/10.19261/cjm.2009.04(2).05

Graphical Abstract:
 Diamino-bicycloundecane mono-deprotonates H-calix[4]arene and the solid-structure of the resulting salt has been determined by X-ray crystallography. Two different complexes are present in the structure with the Diamino-bicycloundecane cation held in the calix[4]arene cavity by CH-p interactions. In the packing there is a hydrogen-bonded polymeric chain. Both the complexes formed layered structures with differing inter-layer distances. 

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