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Annion binding affinities studied by 1H-NMR

  • chem-select“Synthesis, Selectivity and Structural Study of New C3-Symmetric Tripodal Amides as Anion Receptors. An Experimental and Theoretical Approach”

    Celis, S.; Pi-Boleda, B.; Nolis, P.; Illa, O.; Branchadell, V.; Ortuño, R. Chemistry Select. doi: 10.1002/slct.201600560

Several new nitrilotriacetic acid (NTA) based C3-symmetric tripodal amides have been synthesized. The NTA branches are alkyl chains or esters derived from amino acids of different length, namely glycine, β-alanine and γ-aminobutyric acid. The behavior of these compounds to entrap different monoanions has been tested revealing that they are good ligands able to form host-guest complexes with the following affinity order: H2PO4 > CH3CO2 > PhCO2 > Cl, in DMSO. Continue reading Annion binding affinities studied by 1H-NMR