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Issue 9, 2013

Conservation of a unique noncovalent motif in a tetracyanoresorcin[4]arene silver complex

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Abstract

The structures of a macrocyclic C-hexyltetracyanoresorcin[4]arene (RsCNC6) methanol solvate and a corresponding metal–organic framework consisting of 1 : 1 RsCNC6 : Ag+ are reported. Solvent-filled channels are apparent in both structures. A conserved stacking motif that involves the upper rim cyano groups and the pendant C-hexyl chains of the resorcinarene is also described.

Graphical abstract: Conservation of a unique noncovalent motif in a tetracyanoresorcin[4]arene silver complex

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Submitted
02 Nov 2012
Accepted
15 Dec 2012
First published
18 Dec 2012

CrystEngComm, 2013,15, 1673-1675
Article type
Communication

Conservation of a unique noncovalent motif in a tetracyanoresorcin[4]arene silver complex

A. V. Mossine, P. Thavornyutikarn and J. L. Atwood, CrystEngComm, 2013, 15, 1673 DOI: 10.1039/C2CE26802G

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