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Kinetically controlled phenomena in dynamic combinatorial libraries

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Dynamic combinatorial libraries (DCLs) are collections of structurally related compounds that can interconvert through reversible chemical reaction(s). Such reversibility endows DCLs with adaptability to external stimuli, as rapid interconversion allows quick expression of those DCL components which best respond to the disturbing stimulus. This Tutorial Review focuses on the kinetically controlled phenomena that occur within DCLs. Specifically, it will describe dynamic chiral resolution of DCLs, their self-sorting under the influence of irreversible chemical and physical stimuli, and the autocatalytic behaviours within DCLs which can result in self-replicating systems. A brief discussion of precipitation-induced phenomena will follow and the review will conclude with the presentation of covalent organic frameworks (COFs)—porous materials whose synthesis critically depends on the fine tuning of the crystal growth and error correction rates within large DCLs.

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Submitted
10 Oct 2013
First published
21 Jan 2014

Chem. Soc. Rev., 2014,43, 1873-1884
Article type
Tutorial Review
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Kinetically controlled phenomena in dynamic combinatorial libraries

Q. Ji, R. C. Lirag and O. Š. Miljanić, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2014, 43, 1873
DOI: 10.1039/C3CS60356C

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