Induced Circular Dichroism to Optically Active Poly{[methyl(1‐naphthyl)silylene](o‐phenylene)methylene}s Assisted by Supramolecular Complexation with β‐Cyclodextrin

  title={Induced Circular Dichroism to Optically Active Poly\{[methyl(1‐naphthyl)silylene](o‐phenylene)methylene\}s Assisted by Supramolecular Complexation with $\beta$‐Cyclodextrin},
  author={Sung Young Park and Kazuya Uenishi and Yusuke Kawakami},
  journal={Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics},
Optically active poly{methyl(1-naphthyl)silylene](o-phenylene)methylene}s with different molecular weights and configurations were prepared, and their supramolecular complexes with β-cyclodextrin were investigated in a water-tetrahydrofuran mixture (1:1 v/v) at the temperatures between 25 and 68 °C. Complexation was very sensitive to sample preparation, molecular weight of the polymer as well as the configuration of the chiral silicon center. Supramolecular complexation, followed by changes in… Expand
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