A1 Journal article (refereed)
Covalently Linked Multiple-Calixarene Systems (1998)


Nissinen, M., Rissanen, K., Mogck, O., Parzuchowski, P., Rokicki, G., & Böhmer, V. (1998). Covalently Linked Multiple-Calixarene Systems. Tetrahedron, 54(34), 10053-68. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0040-4020(98)00594-8


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All authors or editors: Nissinen, Maija; Rissanen, Kari; Mogck, Oliver; Parzuchowski, Pawel; Rokicki, Gabriel; Böhmer, Volker

Journal or series: Tetrahedron

Publication year: 1998

Volume: 54

Issue number: 34

Pages range: 10053-68

Publication language: English

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S0040-4020(98)00594-8

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Abstract

ipso-Nitration of t-butyl calix[4]arene tetraethers and subsequent hydrogenation provides an easy access to monoamino calix[4]arenes. Reaction with di- and triacid chlorides leads to various double- and triple-calix[4]arenes. With tetraacid chlorides derived from calix[4]arenes in the cone- or 1,3-alternate-conformations penta-calix[4]arenes are available as molecularly uniform species, which may be regarded as the first generation of calix[4]arene based dendrimers. The structure of the mononitro tetraester derivative, which may serve as a general building block has been confirmed by single crystal X-ray analysis.

The reaction of monoamino calix[4]arenes with various acid chlorides leads to multi-calix[4]arenes. With tetraacid chlorides penta-calix[4]arenes are available, which may be regarded as the first generation of calix[4]arene based dendrimers.


Free keywords: Calixarene; X-ray crystallography


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