1 article(s) from Ghosh, Amit
Some selected self-sorting outcomes and their qualitative and quantitative assessment.
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Illustration of an integrative vs a non-integrative self-sorting.
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The pH-driven four-component 2-fold completive self-sorting based on host–guest chemistry.
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(a) The monomers 5 and 6 and their H-bonding array. (b) The hydrogen-bonded octameric and tetrameri...
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(a) Two new Zn4L6-type cages. (b) The encapsulation of C70 induced distinct reconstitutions within ...
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The formation of octahedral cages (a) [Co6(10')4]12+ and (b) [Co6(11')4]12+. (c) The 2-fold complet...
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Exchange of Ag+ for Au+ ions in poly-NHC ligand-based organometallic assemblies.
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The reversible interconversion between the three-component rectangle [Cu4(16)2(17)2]4+ and the four...
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a) Chemical structure of the monomer 20 with its quadruple hydrogen-bonding array and a metal-affin...
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Communication between the nanoswitch 21 and the supramolecular assemblies [Cu4(22)2(24)2]4+ or [Cu6(...
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(a) The chemical structures and cartoon representations of the switch 25, the decks 26 and 27, and ...
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Double self-sorting leads to a catalytic machinery in SelfSORT-II, in which the 46 kHz-nanorotor ac...
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ON/OFF control of a networked catalytic catch–release system.
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A multicomponent information system for the reversible reconfiguration of switchable dual catalysis....
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a) The chemically fueled cascaded ion translocation, monitored by distinct emission colors. b) Work...
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Cyclic metallosupramolecular transformations.
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Fully reversible multiple-state rearrangement of metallosupramolecular architectures depending upon...
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The selective encapsulation and sequential release of guests in a self-sorted mixture of three tetr...
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Two catalytic reactions are alternately controlled by a toggle nanoswitch.
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A biped walking along a tetrahedral track and unfolding its catalytic action. Adapted with permissi...
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A three state supramolecular AND logic gate.
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Four-component nanorotor and its catalytic activity. Adapted with permission from (Biswas, P. K.; S...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2020, 16, 2831–2853, doi:10.3762/bjoc.16.233
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