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Issue 66, 2012
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Hydrogen and halogen bonding drive the orthogonal self-assembly of an organic framework possessing 2D channels

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Abstract

Orthogonal self-assembly of an open organic framework showing 2D channels has been obtained by combining hydrogen and halogen bonding. The framework is able to host various guest molecules with a diverse set of steric demands and substitution patterns, and survives single-crystal-to-single-crystal guest exchanges from liquid and gas phases.

Graphical abstract: Hydrogen and halogen bonding drive the orthogonal self-assembly of an organic framework possessing 2D channels

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Submitted
22 May 2012
Accepted
25 Jun 2012
First published
28 Jun 2012

Chem. Commun., 2012,48, 8207-8209
Article type
Communication

Hydrogen and halogen bonding drive the orthogonal self-assembly of an organic framework possessing 2D channels

J. Martí-Rujas, L. Colombo, J. Lü, A. Dey, G. Terraneo, P. Metrangolo, T. Pilati and G. Resnati, Chem. Commun., 2012, 48, 8207
DOI: 10.1039/C2CC33682K

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