Formation of dimers of inclusion cryptand/paraquat complexes driven by dipole-dipole and face-to-face pi-stacking interactions

Chemical Communications : Chem Comm
Feihe HuangMehdi Ashraf-Khorassani

Abstract

Dimers of inclusion complexes were formed from a new cryptand and viologens (paraquats) driven by dipole-dipole and face-to-face pi-stacking interactions as shown by mass spectrometric characterization and X-ray analysis.

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