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A thiophosphorylated hemicryptophane: structure of the toluene inclusion complex

Abstract

The reaction of the tri-(benzaldehyde)-substituted cyclotriveratrylene 6 with phosphotrihydrazide under high dilution conditions gives rise to the novel thiophosphorylated hemicryptophane 1. 1 is representative of a new family of molecular receptors providing a molecular cavity available for neutral and charged guests. In the crystal, compound 1 encapsulates one toluene molecule. Un he′micryptophane thiophosphoryle′: structure du complexe d'inclusion avec le toluene. La re′action du cyclotrive′ratrylene 6, trisubstitue′ par des groupements benzalde′hyde, avec le phosphotrihydrazide dans des conditions de haute dilution, conduit au nouveau he′micryptophane 1. 1 repre′sente une nouvelle famille de re′cepteurs mole′culaires contenant une cavite′ pouvant pie′ger des substrats neutres ou charge′s. Dans le cristal, le compose′ 1 encapsule une mole′cule de toluène.

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Article type: Paper
DOI: 10.1039/A900890J
Citation: New J. Chem., 1999,23, 545-548
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    A thiophosphorylated hemicryptophane: structure of the toluene inclusion complex

    I. Gosse, J. Dutasta, M. Perrin and A. Thozet, New J. Chem., 1999, 23, 545
    DOI: 10.1039/A900890J

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