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An Anion‐Modulated Three‐Way Supramolecular Switch that Selectively Binds Dihydrogen Phosphate, H 2 PO 4 −

: A bipyridyl bis(urea)‐based anion receptor that is highly selective for dihydrogen phosphate demonstrates spectroscopically distinct anion‐bound conformations toward halides and select oxoanions. H NMR studies show the differing anion‐induced conformations are reversible allowing this system to fu... Full description

Journal Title: Angewandte Chemie International Edition 23 September 2013, Vol.52(39), pp.10270-10274
Main Author: Gavette, Jesse V.
Other Authors: Mills, Nancy S. , Zakharov, Lev N. , Johnson, Charles A. , Johnson, Darren W. , Haley, Michael M.
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 1433-7851 ; E-ISSN: 1521-3773 ; DOI: 10.1002/anie.201302929
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title: An Anion‐Modulated Three‐Way Supramolecular Switch that Selectively Binds Dihydrogen Phosphate, H 2 PO 4 −
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  • Gavette, Jesse V.
  • Mills, Nancy S.
  • Zakharov, Lev N.
  • Johnson, Charles A.
  • Johnson, Darren W.
  • Haley, Michael M.
subjects:
  • Anions
  • Host–Guest Systems
  • Molecular Recognition
  • Receptors
  • Supramolecular Chemistry
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description: : A bipyridyl bis(urea)‐based anion receptor that is highly selective for dihydrogen phosphate demonstrates spectroscopically distinct anion‐bound conformations toward halides and select oxoanions. H NMR studies show the differing anion‐induced conformations are reversible allowing this system to function as a three‐way molecular switch.
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abstract: A bipyridyl bis(urea)‐based anion receptor that is highly selective for dihydrogen phosphate demonstrates spectroscopically distinct anion‐bound conformations toward halides and select oxoanions. H NMR studies show the differing anion‐induced conformations are reversible allowing this system to function as a three‐way molecular switch.
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