Hydrophobic Interactions and Clustering in a Porous Capsule: Option to Remove Hydrophobic Materials from Water

Schäffer C, Todea AM, Bögge H, Petina OA, Rehder D, Haupt ETK, Müller A (2011)
Chemistry 17(35): 9634-9639.

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The investigation of hydrophobic interactions under confined conditions is of tremendous interdisciplinary interest. It is shown that based on porous capsules of the type {(pentagon)}(12){(linker)}(30) {(Mo)Mo(5)}(12){Mo(2)(ligand)}(30), which exhibit different hydrophobic interiors-achieved by coordinating related ligands to the internal sites of the 30 {Mo(2)} type linkers-there is the option to study systematically interactions with different uptaken/encapsulated hydrophobic molecules like long-chain alcohols as well as to prove the important correlation between the sizes of the related hydrophobic cavities and the option of water encapsulations. The measurements of 1D- and 2D-NMR spectra (e. g. ROESY, NOESY and HSQC) allowed the study of the interactions especially between encapsulated n-hexanol molecules and the hydrophobic interior formed by propionate ligands present in a new synthesized capsule. Future detailed studies will focus on interactions of a variety of hydrophobic species with different deliberately constructed hydrophobic capsule interiors.
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Schäffer C, Todea AM, Bögge H, et al. Hydrophobic Interactions and Clustering in a Porous Capsule: Option to Remove Hydrophobic Materials from Water. Chemistry. 2011;17(35):9634-9639.
Schäffer, C., Todea, A. M., Bögge, H., Petina, O. A., Rehder, D., Haupt, E. T. K., & Müller, A. (2011). Hydrophobic Interactions and Clustering in a Porous Capsule: Option to Remove Hydrophobic Materials from Water. Chemistry, 17(35), 9634-9639.
Schäffer, C., Todea, A. M., Bögge, H., Petina, O. A., Rehder, D., Haupt, E. T. K., and Müller, A. (2011). Hydrophobic Interactions and Clustering in a Porous Capsule: Option to Remove Hydrophobic Materials from Water. Chemistry 17, 9634-9639.
Schäffer, C., et al., 2011. Hydrophobic Interactions and Clustering in a Porous Capsule: Option to Remove Hydrophobic Materials from Water. Chemistry, 17(35), p 9634-9639.
C. Schäffer, et al., “Hydrophobic Interactions and Clustering in a Porous Capsule: Option to Remove Hydrophobic Materials from Water”, Chemistry, vol. 17, 2011, pp. 9634-9639.
Schäffer, C., Todea, A.M., Bögge, H., Petina, O.A., Rehder, D., Haupt, E.T.K., Müller, A.: Hydrophobic Interactions and Clustering in a Porous Capsule: Option to Remove Hydrophobic Materials from Water. Chemistry. 17, 9634-9639 (2011).
Schäffer, Christian, Todea, Ana Maria, Bögge, Hartmut, Petina, Olga A., Rehder, Dieter, Haupt, Erhard T. K., and Müller, Achim. “Hydrophobic Interactions and Clustering in a Porous Capsule: Option to Remove Hydrophobic Materials from Water”. Chemistry 17.35 (2011): 9634-9639.
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