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Neutral [2]rotaxane host systems that recognise halide anions in aqueous solvent mixtures

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Four pyridine N-oxide axle containing [2]rotaxanes have been synthesised via an anion templated threading-followed-by-stoppering strategy and shown to be the first examples of neutral interlocked host systems capable of recognising halide anions in aqueous solvent mixtures.

Graphical abstract: Neutral [2]rotaxane host systems that recognise halide anions in aqueous solvent mixtures

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Submitted
16 Sep 2013
Accepted
02 Oct 2013
First published
03 Oct 2013

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Chem. Commun., 2013,49, 10793-10795
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Communication

Neutral [2]rotaxane host systems that recognise halide anions in aqueous solvent mixtures

J. M. Mercurio, F. Tyrrell, J. Cookson and P. D. Beer, Chem. Commun., 2013, 49, 10793
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC47076H

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