2018
DOI: 10.1021/acs.cgd.8b00259
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Abstract: A neutral tripodal electron-rich anion receptor L, decorated from a tren building block, has been deliberately synthesized from acetonitrile for thorough investigation of host− guest binding aptitude in the solid state especially. The naphthylbased tris-thiourea scaffold, without the presence of any π-acidic or electron-withdrawing aryl terminals, has been established as a potential system that can efficiently bind anions of varied dimensionality consistently triggered by the size of the countercation, as regu… Show more

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“…Continuing our group’s pursuit in the field of substituent driven anionic/hydrated anionic supramolecular self-assemblies of acyclic receptors, herein we develop a class of nitro-phenyl functionalized comparatively less cooperative and more challenging positional isomeric linear bis-urea receptors L 1 – L 3 (Scheme ), derived from the least converging aromatic diamine ( para -phenylenediamine) to investigate the coordination behavior with anions/hydrated anions in neutral form. Structural studies reveal that both para -isomer ( L 1 ) and meta -isomer ( L 1 ) are capable of (HCO 3 ) 2 -dimer entrapment either by fluoride or hydroxide induced fixation of atmospheric CO 2 in complexes 1a , 2a , and 2b .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Continuing our group’s pursuit in the field of substituent driven anionic/hydrated anionic supramolecular self-assemblies of acyclic receptors, herein we develop a class of nitro-phenyl functionalized comparatively less cooperative and more challenging positional isomeric linear bis-urea receptors L 1 – L 3 (Scheme ), derived from the least converging aromatic diamine ( para -phenylenediamine) to investigate the coordination behavior with anions/hydrated anions in neutral form. Structural studies reveal that both para -isomer ( L 1 ) and meta -isomer ( L 1 ) are capable of (HCO 3 ) 2 -dimer entrapment either by fluoride or hydroxide induced fixation of atmospheric CO 2 in complexes 1a , 2a , and 2b .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Bisulfates also are known to affect human health by causing breathing difficulties, burning pain in the mouth, chest pain, burning of the esophagus, diarrhea, etc. To date, various neutral and protonated anion receptors, having multiple NH units, have been reported with topological complementarities in their molecular assemblies. In this regard, tactically synthesized urea-derived polytopic neutral receptors seem to be potentially significant to researchers for the complete encapsulation or trapping of monomeric, dimeric, or polymeric oxyanions. In the area of supramolecular chemistry, of late, the roles of hydrogen bonds (HBs), which facilitate favorable hydrogen bonds between anions, have gained much attention.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this paper we consider the interplay among hydrogen bonding, chirality, molecular flexibility, and crystal packing using functionalized thioureas as an example. Hydrogen bonding in thioureas plays an important role in their crystal packing and various applications such as sensors, catalysts, membrane transporters, and anion receptors. , In spite of a plethora of studies on hydrogen bonding and its role in thioureas, little is known about compounds containing the thiourea fragment bonded to the phosphoryl group; only 15 entries have been deposited in the CSD.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%