Anion coordination chemistry using O-H groups

Chemical Society Reviews
Stephanie A BoerNicholas G White


This review covers significant advances in the use of O-H groups in anion coordination chemistry. The review focuses on the use of these groups in synthetic anion receptors, as well as more recent developments in transport, self-assembly and catalysis.


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