Chiral diamides and tetramidic resorcin[4]​arenes deriving from (R,​R)​-​1,​2-​diaminocyclohexane and (S,​S)​-​1,​2-​diphenylethylendiamine, and a valine contg. resorcin[4]​arene have been compared by NMR in the enantiodiscrimination of mandelic acid. The relevance of cooperation between side arms and external surface of resorcin[4]​arene core has been ascertained.

Covalently assembled resorcin[4]arenes and molecular tweezers: a chiral recognition rationale by NMR / Uccello Barretta, Gloria; Balzano, Federica; Aiello, Federica; Nardelli, Francesca; Ciogli, Alessia; Calcaterra, Andrea; Botta, Bruno. - In: SUPRAMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 1029-0478. - STAMPA. - 27:7-8(2016), pp. 647-655. [10.1080/10610278.2015.1111373]

Covalently assembled resorcin[4]arenes and molecular tweezers: a chiral recognition rationale by NMR

CIOGLI, Alessia;CALCATERRA, ANDREA;BOTTA, Bruno
2016

Abstract

Chiral diamides and tetramidic resorcin[4]​arenes deriving from (R,​R)​-​1,​2-​diaminocyclohexane and (S,​S)​-​1,​2-​diphenylethylendiamine, and a valine contg. resorcin[4]​arene have been compared by NMR in the enantiodiscrimination of mandelic acid. The relevance of cooperation between side arms and external surface of resorcin[4]​arene core has been ascertained.
chiral auxiliaries; host–guest systems; NMR spectroscopy; resorcin[4]arenes; stereochemistry
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Covalently assembled resorcin[4]arenes and molecular tweezers: a chiral recognition rationale by NMR / Uccello Barretta, Gloria; Balzano, Federica; Aiello, Federica; Nardelli, Francesca; Ciogli, Alessia; Calcaterra, Andrea; Botta, Bruno. - In: SUPRAMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 1029-0478. - STAMPA. - 27:7-8(2016), pp. 647-655. [10.1080/10610278.2015.1111373]
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