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One-step synthesis of a cyclic 2,17-dioxo[3,3](4,4′) biphenylophane and first preparation of a microporous polymer network from a macrocyclic precursor by cyclotrimerization

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One-step synthesis of a cyclic 2,17-dioxo[3,3](4,4′)biphenylophane (MC) was achieved in high yield; its structure was verified by single crystal X-ray analysis. As a first example, a microporous polymer network was formed from macrocycle MC via acid-catalysed cyclotrimerization yielding a BET surface area of ca. 570 m2 g−1.

Graphical abstract: One-step synthesis of a cyclic 2,17-dioxo[3,3](4,4′) biphenylophane and first preparation of a microporous polymer network from a macrocyclic precursor by cyclotrimerization

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Submitted
24 Feb 2015
Accepted
22 Apr 2015
First published
23 Apr 2015

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2015,51, 9046-9049
Article type
Communication

One-step synthesis of a cyclic 2,17-dioxo[3,3](4,4′) biphenylophane and first preparation of a microporous polymer network from a macrocyclic precursor by cyclotrimerization

S. K. Samanta, E. Preis, C. W. Lehmann, R. Goddard, S. Bag, P. K. Maiti, G. Brunklaus and U. Scherf, Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 9046
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC01654A

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