3 article(s) from Bourne, Susan A
Chemical structures of 2-methoxyestradiol (top) and the derivatised CDs DIMEB and TRIMEB (bottom).
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The mode of inclusion of 2ME in the DIMEB cavity (a), space-filling side view of the complex with t...
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Stereoview of the asymmetric unit in the crystal of the inclusion complex TRIMEB•2ME, with the host...
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Space-filling images of complex unit A (as representative of units A and B) (a) and complex unit C ...
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Inclination of the mean plane of the included 2ME molecule relative to the O4-heptagon of the host ...
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Overlay of the steroid nucleus of 2ME (blue) in its own crystal with the refined models (grey) of t...
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The TRIMEB·2ME complex unit D with two distinct (guest)O19-H···O(host) hydrogen bonds highlighted. ...
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Dissolution profiles in water at 37 °C for untreated 2ME and various β-CD-containing preparations o...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2015, 11, 2616–2630, doi:10.3762/bjoc.11.281
Chemical structure of trans-resveratrol (1).
DSC traces of RSV (a), TMA (b), TMA–RSV physical mixture (PM) (c), TMA–RSV preparation by kneading ...
TG (red) and DSC (blue) traces for the hydrated TMA·RSV complex (top), and hot stage micrographs sh...
The two symmetry-independent complex units of TMA·RSV·6.25H2O (A and B), with only the major compon...
Representative atomic labelling for the ordered RSV molecule A (blue) present in host A and the two...
Space-filling representations of the two independent complex units A (a) and B (b) of the complex T...
Crystal packing for the complex TMA·RSV·6.25H2O projected down .
The components of the disorder model for RSV in its inclusion complex with TMB (s.o.f. = 0.73 for t...
The asymmetric unit in the crystal of TMB·RSV·5.6H2O (a), and the non-H atom and methylglucose ring...
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Space-filling model of the inclusion complex TMB·RSV·5.6H2O showing the inclusion of the RSV molecu...
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Packing arrangement in the crystal of TMB·RSV·5.6H2O viewed down  (a) and  (b). Hydrogen ...
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Structure of the host–guest complex DMB·RSV·4.0H2O (a), ring and atomic nomenclature for the host m...
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Space-filling model of the inclusion complex DMB·RSV·4.0H2O showing the encapsulation of part of th...
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Stereoview of two DMB·RSV·4.0H2O complex units related by a unit translation along the crystal a-ax...
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Projections of the crystal structure of the complex DMB·RSV·4H2O along  (a) and  (b). Hyd...
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Solubility of RSV as a function of [β-CD] (blue) and [γ-CD] (red) at 25 °C.
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Solubility of RSV as a function of the concentrations of TMB (light blue), DMB (red), HP-β-CD (gree...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2014, 10, 3136–3151, doi:10.3762/bjoc.10.331
Chemical structure of fenitrothion (1).
Representative TGA (top) and DSC (bottom) traces for DIMEB·1.
The asymmetric unit in DIMEB•1 viewed along  (top) and  (bottom). H atoms are omitted for...
The host molecules in the asymmetric unit of DIMEB·1 with the labelling of both residues and atoms ...
The rotamers of 1 occupying the cavity of host molecule A. Common atoms have labels with suffix A, ...
Stereoview of the three disordered guest components that occupy the cavity of host molecule B. Gues...
Space-filling diagrams showing the relative orientations of guest molecules within the cavities of ...
Packing diagrams of the DIMEB·1 structure, viewed along  (left) and  (right). The symmetr...
Induced circular dichroism (a) and UV–vis (b) spectra of 1 in the presence of β-CD (10 mM, green), ...
Reaction of fenitrothion in basic media.
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Plot of kobs versus [DIMEB] for the hydrolysis reaction of fenitrothion with HO– at different conce...
Mechanism of the hydrolysis reaction of 1 mediated by DIMEB.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2013, 9, 106–117, doi:10.3762/bjoc.9.14
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