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Switchable supramolecular polymers from the orthogonal self-assembly of quadruple hydrogen bonding and benzo-21-crown-7–secondary ammonium salt recognition

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Abstract

Novel linear supramolecular polymers were constructed by the orthogonal self-assembly of a heteroditopic monomer and a homoditopic monomer. The polymerization is driven by a combination of quadruple hydrogen bonding and benzo-21-crown-7 based host–guest complexation. The disassembly–assembly of these novel polymers could be reversibly switched by addition/removal of K+.

Graphical abstract: Switchable supramolecular polymers from the orthogonal self-assembly of quadruple hydrogen bonding and benzo-21-crown-7–secondary ammonium salt recognition

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Submitted
17 Jun 2013
Accepted
17 Jul 2013
First published
19 Jul 2013

Chem. Commun., 2013,49, 8329-8331
Article type
Communication

Switchable supramolecular polymers from the orthogonal self-assembly of quadruple hydrogen bonding and benzo-21-crown-7–secondary ammonium salt recognition

T. Xiao, X. Feng, Q. Wang, C. Lin, L. Wang and Y. Pan, Chem. Commun., 2013, 49, 8329
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC44525A

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