イオンペア集合体を形成するアニオン応答性π電子系の合成 [in Japanese] Anion-Responsive π-Electronic Systems Providing Ion-Pairing Assemblies [in Japanese]
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A variety of anion-responsive π-electronic systems (anion receptors) based on a 1,3-dipyrrolylpropane-1,3-dione framework have been synthesized. The anion receptors form complexes with anions, affording diverse modes including [1+1]-type planar complexes. Anion complexes of the π-electronic systems form ion pairs with cationic species, resulting in assembled structures. Through interionic interactions and other noncovalent interactions, ion-pairing assemblies construct ordered structures in bulk materials such as crystals, supramolecular gels, and thermotropic liquid crystals, exhibiting fascinating electronic properties including semiconductive behaviors.
- Journal of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan
Journal of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan 74(3), 243-253, 2016
The Society of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan