FULL PAPER Molecular Recognition of Azobenzene Dicarboxylates by Acridine-Based Receptor Molecules; Crystal Structure of the Supramolecular Inclusion Complex of trans-3,39-Azobenzene Dicarboxylate with a Cyclo-bis-intercaland Receptor

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The water soluble acyclic 1 and macrocyclic 2 receptor intercaland receptor 2 are two or three orders of magnitude more stable than those of 1. The inclusion complex of cyclomolecules, based on acridine units, form 1:1 complexes with the cisor trans-2,29 and 3,39-azobenzene dicarboxylate bis-intercaland 2 with trans-3,39azobenzene dicarboxylate has been… (More)

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@inproceedings{udi1999FULLPM, title={FULL PAPER Molecular Recognition of Azobenzene Dicarboxylates by Acridine-Based Receptor Molecules; Crystal Structure of the Supramolecular Inclusion Complex of trans-3,39-Azobenzene Dicarboxylate with a Cyclo-bis-intercaland Receptor}, author={Predrag {\vC}udi{\'c} and J Vigneron and Jean-Marie Lehn and Mich{\`e}le C{\'e}sario and Thierry Prang{\'e}c}, year={1999} }