Electron Transfer Prompted Ejection of a Tightly Bound K+ from the Ethereal Cavity of a Hexaarylbenzene-Based Receptor

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Shukla, Ruchi; Lindeman, Sergey V.; Rathore, Rajendra;
(2007)
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1021/ol070122x.s001, doi: 10.1021/ol070122x.s002
  • Subject: Biotechnology | electroactive | stabilization | Tightly Bound K | Ethereal Cavity | aryl groups | binding | oxidation waves | toroidal | arrangement | crystallography | Evolutionary Biology | ReceptorSynthesi | electron Transfer | hexaarylbenzene | Eox 1 | Biophysics | Immunology | electrochemical method | Inorganic Chemistry | Neuroscience | model compounds | mV | cofacially | rotamer 9 | Computational Biology | Biochemistry | dimethoxytolyl | Ejection
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Synthesis of a pair of rotamers (<b>9u</b>/<b>9s</b>) of a hexaarylbenzene derivative containing six (cofacially arranged) electroactive 2,5-dimethoxytolyl groups is described. The toroidal electronic stabilization due to the circular arrangement of aryl groups in <b... View more
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