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A solution-processable dissymmetric porous organic cage

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Abstract

Two dissymmetric racemic analogues of the chiral porous organic cage, CC3, were isolated and unambiguously characterised as a racemate pair of the R,R,R,S,S,S and S,S,S,R,R,R-diastereomers (CC3-RS and CC3-SR). CC3-RS/CC3-SR equals the highest porosity measured for CC3 but is an order of magnitude more soluble, making it an excellent candidate for incorporation into a membrane for separation applications.

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Submitted
04 Sep 2017
Accepted
09 Oct 2017
First published
22 Nov 2017

This article is Open Access

Mol. Syst. Des. Eng., 2018,3, 223-227
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A solution-processable dissymmetric porous organic cage

A. G. Slater, M. A. Little, M. E. Briggs, K. E. Jelfs and A. I. Cooper, Mol. Syst. Des. Eng., 2018, 3, 223
DOI: 10.1039/C7ME00090A

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