Reversible switching of arylazopyrazole within a metal–organic cage

Anton I. Hanopolskyi, Soumen De, Michał J. Białek, Yael Diskin-Posner, Liat Avram, Moran Feller and Rafal Klajn

Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2019, 15, 2398–2407. doi:10.3762/bjoc.15.232

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The Supporting Information features further experimental details, including synthesis and characterization of arylazopyrazole 1, characterization of inclusion complexes (E-1)2[Graphic 2]2 and (Z-1)[Graphic 2]2, photoisomerization and thermal relaxation studies, and details on X-ray data collection and refinement. In addition, X-ray data for inclusion complex (E-1)2[Graphic 2]2 and the energy-optimized structure for inclusion complex (Z-1)[Graphic 2]2 are given.

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