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Post-self-assembly covalent chemistry of discrete multicomponent metallosupramolecular hexagonal prisms

The multicomponent coordination-driven self-assembly of hexakis[4-(4-pyridyl)phenyl]benzene, cis-(PEt(3))(2)Pt(II)(OTf)(2), and amine- or maleimide-functionalized isophthalate forms discrete hexagonal prisms as single reaction products. The amino or maleimide groups decorating the isophthalate pilla... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of the American Chemical Society 20 July 2011, Vol.133(28), pp.10752-5
Main Author: Wang, Ming
Other Authors: Lan, Wen-Jie , Zheng, Yao-Rong , Cook, Timothy R , White, Henry S , Stang, Peter J
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description: The multicomponent coordination-driven self-assembly of hexakis[4-(4-pyridyl)phenyl]benzene, cis-(PEt(3))(2)Pt(II)(OTf)(2), and amine- or maleimide-functionalized isophthalate forms discrete hexagonal prisms as single reaction products. The amino or maleimide groups decorating the isophthalate pillars of the prisms provide reactive sites for post-self-asssembly modifications. In this communication, we demonstrate that the hexagonal prisms can be functionalized without disrupting the prismatic cores, enabling the incorporation of new functionalities under mild conditions.
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abstractThe multicomponent coordination-driven self-assembly of hexakis[4-(4-pyridyl)phenyl]benzene, cis-(PEt(3))(2)Pt(II)(OTf)(2), and amine- or maleimide-functionalized isophthalate forms discrete hexagonal prisms as single reaction products. The amino or maleimide groups decorating the isophthalate pillars of the prisms provide reactive sites for post-self-asssembly modifications. In this communication, we demonstrate that the hexagonal prisms can be functionalized without disrupting the prismatic cores, enabling the incorporation of new functionalities under mild conditions.
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