Porous inorganic capsules in action: modelling transmembrane cation-transport parameter-dependence based on water as vehicle

Haupt ETK, Wontorra C, Rehder D, Müller A (2005)
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS (31): 3912-3914.

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Insight into basic principles of cation transport through ''molecular channels'', and especially details of the related fundamental H2O vehicle function, could be obtained via Li-7 NMR studies of the Li+ uptake/release processes by the unique porous nanocapsule [{(Mo-VI)(Mo5O21)-O-VI(H2O)(6)}(12) {(Mo2O4)-O-V(SO4)}(30)](72-) which behaves as a semi-permeable inorganic membrane open for H2O and small cations; channel traffic as well as internal cavity distribution processes show a strong dependence on ''environmental'' effects such as exerted by solvent properties, the amount of water present, and competing complexing ligands, and end up in a complex equilibrium situation as in biological leak channels.
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Haupt ETK, Wontorra C, Rehder D, Müller A. Porous inorganic capsules in action: modelling transmembrane cation-transport parameter-dependence based on water as vehicle. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 2005;(31):3912-3914.
Haupt, E. T. K., Wontorra, C., Rehder, D., & Müller, A. (2005). Porous inorganic capsules in action: modelling transmembrane cation-transport parameter-dependence based on water as vehicle. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS(31), 3912-3914.
Haupt, E. T. K., Wontorra, C., Rehder, D., and Müller, A. (2005). Porous inorganic capsules in action: modelling transmembrane cation-transport parameter-dependence based on water as vehicle. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 3912-3914.
Haupt, E.T.K., et al., 2005. Porous inorganic capsules in action: modelling transmembrane cation-transport parameter-dependence based on water as vehicle. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, (31), p 3912-3914.
E.T.K. Haupt, et al., “Porous inorganic capsules in action: modelling transmembrane cation-transport parameter-dependence based on water as vehicle”, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 2005, pp. 3912-3914.
Haupt, E.T.K., Wontorra, C., Rehder, D., Müller, A.: Porous inorganic capsules in action: modelling transmembrane cation-transport parameter-dependence based on water as vehicle. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 3912-3914 (2005).
Haupt, Erhard T. K., Wontorra, Claudia, Rehder, Dieter, and Müller, Achim. “Porous inorganic capsules in action: modelling transmembrane cation-transport parameter-dependence based on water as vehicle”. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 31 (2005): 3912-3914.
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