An imidazolyl-pyreno-imidazole conjugate as a cyanide sensor and a set-reset memorized sequential logic device.

@article{Mardanya2015AnIC,
  title={An imidazolyl-pyreno-imidazole conjugate as a cyanide sensor and a set-reset memorized sequential logic device.},
  author={Sourav Mardanya and S. Karmakar and Debiprasad Mondal and Sujoy Baitalik},
  journal={Dalton transactions},
  year={2015},
  volume={44 36},
  pages={
          15994-6012
        }
}
In this work a pyrenyl-bisimidazole receptor has been synthesized and fully characterized by standard analytical tools and spectroscopic techniques including single crystal X-ray crystallography. Crystal structure analysis shows the occurrence of strong π-π and CH-π interactions among the adjacent Py-BiimzH2 units. Moreover, each NH proton on the imidazole ring is involved in strong intermolecular hydrogen bonding interactions with N atoms of the neighboring unit forming infinite chains. The… Expand
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