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|Title: ||Bile Acid Based Molecular Tweezers And Crown Ethers|
|Authors: ||D'Souza, Lawrence Joseph|
|Advisors: ||Maitra, Uday|
|Submitted Date: ||Dec-1995|
|Publisher: ||Indian Institute of Science|
|Abstract: ||Chapter 1. Introduction to Molecular Tweezers
Whitlock and Zimmerman developed a class of molecular hosts, popularly known as molecular tweezers, which sandwich aromatic guests by ii=ii interaction. Chapter 1 summarizes molecular tweezers of various kinds which have recently been synthesized.
Chapter 2. Design and synthesis of "Bile Acid-Based Molecular Tweezers" Bile acids have a rigid backbone, and the array of hydroxyl groups separated by 5-7 A provides opportunities for the attachment of binding surfaces such as two extended chromophoric units.|
|Appears in Collections:||Organic Chemistry (orgchem)|
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