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The near infrared (NIR) absorption and average particle size of gold nanostars (GNSs) can be precisely controlled by varying the molar ratios of cucurbiturils (CB) and GNSs in aqueous solution. GNSs modified with CB achieved high cargo loading with thermally activated release upon the NIR laser irradiation.
As the cucurbit[n]uril (CB[n]) homologue with the largest cavity size, cucurbituril (CB) can encapsulate big guests to form interesting host-guest complexes/assemblies. Herein, we report the preparation and fluorescence properties of CB-based rotaxane (CB·1) formed from cucurbituril and dumbbell-like guest 1. This rotaxane… (More)
As the host possessing the largest cavity in the cucurbit[n]uril (CB[n]) family, CB has previously displayed unusual recognition and assembly properties with guests but much remains to be explored. Herein, we present the recognition properties of CB toward a series of bipyridinium guests including the tetracationic cyclophane known as blue box along… (More)