Qian-Shou Zong

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A new triptycene-based macrotricyclic host containing two dibenzo-30 crown-10 moieties (1) has been synthesized. It could form a 1:2 stable complex 1 x 3(2) with (9-anthracylmethyl)benzylammonium salt (3) in both solution and solid state, in which the 9-anthracyl groups were selectively positioned inside the cavity of the host. Moreover, the complexation(More)
A new triptycene-derived macrotricyclic host containing two dibenzo-[18]-crown-6 moieties was synthesized and shown to form 1:1 complexes with paraquat derivatives in solution, in which the guests all thread the central cavity of the host. However, it was interestingly found that, depending on the paraquat derivatives with different functional groups, the(More)
Triptycene-based cylindrical macrotricyclic polyether 1 has been proved to be an efficient host for the complexation with diquaternary salts in solution and in the solid state. Moreover, it was also found that binding and release of the guest molecules could be easily controlled by the addition and removal of potassium ions.
[reaction: see text] A novel triptycene-based cylindrical macrotricyclic polyether containing two dibenzo[24]crown-8 cavities has been synthesized and proved to be a highly efficient host for the complexation with paraquat derivatives. Consequently, a new kind of very stable pseudorotaxane-type complex was formed in solution and in the solid state.
[reaction: see text] It was found that a cylindrical macrotricyclic host containing two dibenzo[24]crown-8 cavities could self-assemble with two dibenzylammonium salts to form a stable 1:2 complex in solution and in the solid state, in which multiple hydrogen-bonding and pi-pi stacking interactions between the host and the guest played an important role.(More)
Complexation between a triptycene-derived macrotricyclic polyether containing two dibenzo-[30]-crown-10 cavities and different functionalized paraquat derivatives, diquat, and a 2,7-diazapyrenium salt in both solution and solid state was investigated in detail. It was found that depending on the guests with different terminal functional groups and(More)
The triptycene-based macrotricyclic host containing two dibenzo-[24]-crown-8 moieties has been found to form stable 1:1 or 1:2 complexes in different complexation modes with different functional paraquat derivatives and secondary ammonium salts in solution and in the solid state. Consequently, the alkyl-substituted paraquat derivatives thread the lateral(More)
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