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Issue 38, 2008
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Weighting non-covalent forces in the molecular recognition of C60. Relevance of concave–convex complementarity

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Abstract

The relative contributions of several weak intermolecular forces to the overall stability of the complexes formed between structurally related receptors and [60]fullerene are compared, revealing a discernible contribution from concave–convex complementarity.

Graphical abstract: Weighting non-covalent forces in the molecular recognition of C60. Relevance of concave–convex complementarity

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Submitted
16 Jun 2008
Accepted
29 Jul 2008
First published
12 Aug 2008

Chem. Commun., 2008, 4567-4569
Article type
Communication

Weighting non-covalent forces in the molecular recognition of C60. Relevance of concave–convex complementarity

E. M. Pérez, A. L. Capodilupo, G. Fernández, L. Sánchez, P. M. Viruela, R. Viruela, E. Ortí, M. Bietti and N. Martín, Chem. Commun., 2008, 4567
DOI: 10.1039/B810177A

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