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Chloride-binding in organic–water mixtures: the powerful synergy of C–H donor groups within a bowl-shaped cavity

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Abstract

For the first time, the tetrafluorobenzyl unit has been considered as a C–H⋯anion binding motif. In synergy with imidazolium groups within a bowl-shaped receptor, it has allowed for the effective binding of chloride in solution. Remarkable affinity was observed in organic–water mixtures.

Graphical abstract: Chloride-binding in organic–water mixtures: the powerful synergy of C–H donor groups within a bowl-shaped cavity

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Submitted
14 Jun 2016
Accepted
08 Aug 2016
First published
08 Aug 2016

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Chem. Commun., 2016,52, 10910-10913
Article type
Communication

Chloride-binding in organic–water mixtures: the powerful synergy of C–H donor groups within a bowl-shaped cavity

V. Amendola, G. Bergamaschi, M. Boiocchi, L. Legnani, E. L. Presti, A. Miljkovic, E. Monzani and F. Pancotti, Chem. Commun., 2016, 52, 10910
DOI: 10.1039/C6CC04978H

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