Switching the surface homochiral assembly by surface host-guest chemistry.

Abstract

We combine chiral amplification and host-guest chemistry to demonstrate an approach to achieve a switchable chiral assembly. After the addition of the guest coronene, homochiral honeycomb patterns transform into host-guest sunflower structures, in which supramolecular chirality is modulated dramatically.

DOI: 10.1039/c7cc06291e

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@article{Li2017SwitchingTS, title={Switching the surface homochiral assembly by surface host-guest chemistry.}, author={Shu-ying Li and Ting Chen and Jie-Yu Yue and Dong Wang and Jin-Song Hu}, journal={Chemical communications}, year={2017}, volume={53 80}, pages={11095-11098} }