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The road to aryl CHanion binding was paved with good intentions: fundamental studies, host design, and historical perspectives in CH hydrogen bonding.
Throughout the design and development of supramolecular receptors for anion binding, many different non-covalent anion-binding motifs have been employed. One motif seen in many host-guest systems isExpand
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Expanding reversible chalcogenide binding: supramolecular receptors for the hydroselenide (HSe–) anion† †Electronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Crystallographic details, NMR spectra,
Synthetic supramolecular receptors have been widely used to study reversible solution binding of anions; however, few systems target highly-reactive species.
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Solvent-Dependent Linear Free Energy Relationship in a Flexible Host-Guest System.
Supramolecular chemistry provides an effective strategy for the molecular recognition of diverse molecules. Significant efforts to design synthetic hosts have enabled the successful binding of manyExpand
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Tuning Supramolecular Selectivity for Hydrosulfide: Linear Free Energy Relationships Reveal Preferential C-H Hydrogen Bond Interactions.
Supramolecular anion receptors can be used to study the molecular recognition properties of the reactive yet biologically-critical hydrochalcogenide anions (HCh-). Achieving selectivity for HCh- overExpand
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Bacteria on Bathroom Surfaces
Various surfaces in the WPI freshman residence hall bathrooms were tested for bacteria. Expand
Increasing Paper and Cardboard Collection for Recycling in Denmark An Interactive Qualifying Project Final Report
All All Executive Summary De la Fuente and Fargher All Chapter 1: Introduction All All Chapter 2: Background All All Chapter 3: Methods De la Fuente De la Fuente and Komara Objective 1 De la FuenteExpand