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Chemical structure of trans-resveratrol (1).
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DSC traces of RSV (a), TMA (b), TMA–RSV physical mixture (PM) (c), TMA–RSV preparation by kneading ...
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TG (red) and DSC (blue) traces for the hydrated TMA·RSV complex (top), and hot stage micrographs sh...
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The two symmetry-independent complex units of TMA·RSV·6.25H2O (A and B), with only the major compon...
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Representative atomic labelling for the ordered RSV molecule A (blue) present in host A and the two...
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Space-filling representations of the two independent complex units A (a) and B (b) of the complex T...
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Crystal packing for the complex TMA·RSV·6.25H2O projected down .
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The components of the disorder model for RSV in its inclusion complex with TMB (s.o.f. = 0.73 for t...
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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
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