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Open and shut case for anions

Molecules such as crown ethers (Fig. 2), and analogous natural products like the antibiotic valinomycin, are organic compounds with a particular ability to encapsulate electropositive cations (Na+, K+and so on) and render them soluble in organic solvents. [...]very recently, purely inorganic analogu... Full description

Journal Title: Nature Nov 1, 1990, Vol.348(6296), p.15
Main Author: Mitchell, Philip
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description: Molecules such as crown ethers (Fig. 2), and analogous natural products like the antibiotic valinomycin, are organic compounds with a particular ability to encapsulate electropositive cations (Na+, K+and so on) and render them soluble in organic solvents. [...]very recently, purely inorganic analogues of the crown ethers had yet to be prepared. [...]reactions are well known in coordination chemistry, in which a metal ion serves as a template for the organic synthesis: an example is copper phthalocyanineL Analogously, in solid-state oxide chemistry, a template reaction is used to synthesize zeolitic aluminium phosphates4. To remove the organic amine and generate an empty cavity the aluminium phosphate amine must be heated to 600 °C. What we do not yet know is whether it is possible to remove the captured anions from Müller and colleagues' oxides, creating an empty cavity while retaining the molecular structure.
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abstractMolecules such as crown ethers (Fig. 2), and analogous natural products like the antibiotic valinomycin, are organic compounds with a particular ability to encapsulate electropositive cations (Na+, K+and so on) and render them soluble in organic solvents. [...]very recently, purely inorganic analogues of the crown ethers had yet to be prepared. [...]reactions are well known in coordination chemistry, in which a metal ion serves as a template for the organic synthesis: an example is copper phthalocyanineL Analogously, in solid-state oxide chemistry, a template reaction is used to synthesize zeolitic aluminium phosphates4. To remove the organic amine and generate an empty cavity the aluminium phosphate amine must be heated to 600 °C. What we do not yet know is whether it is possible to remove the captured anions from Müller and colleagues' oxides, creating an empty cavity while retaining the molecular structure.
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