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Tetraurea macrocycles: aggregation-driven binding of chloride in aqueous solutions

By Xin Wu and others at
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<p>Artificial receptors that recognise anionic species <i>via</i>noncovalent interactions have a wide range of biomedical, industrial and environmental applications. A major challenge in this area of research is to achieve high affinity and selective anion binding in aqueous media. So far, only a few examples of receptors capable of strong (>... Show more
February 22, 2019
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Tetraurea macrocycles: aggregation-driven binding of chloride in aqueous solutions
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