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Oligomeric pseudorotaxanes adopting infinite-chain lattice superstructures

Zhu, Z., Li, H., Liu, Z., Zhang, H., Botros, Y. Y., Stern, C. L., Sarjeant, A. A., Stoddart, J. F. and Colquhoun, H. M. (2012) Oligomeric pseudorotaxanes adopting infinite-chain lattice superstructures. Angewandte Chemie-International Edition, 51 (29). pp. 7231-7235. ISSN 1521-3773

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Above a critical chain length, where oligomers contain five or more recognition units, apparently infinite donor–acceptor polypseudorotaxanes are formed in the solid state. X-ray crystallographic analyses of three different examples have shown that although the oligomeric chains are undoubtedly discrete and monodisperse, they nevertheless appear to be infinite in the crystal.

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