From isolated 1H-pyrazole cryptand anion receptors to hybrid inorganic–organic 1D helical polymeric anion receptors
Pitarch-Jarque, J., Belda, R., García-España, L., Llinares, J. M., Pan, F., Rissanen, K., . . . , & García-España, E. (2015). From isolated 1H-pyrazole cryptand anion receptors to hybrid inorganic–organic 1D helical polymeric anion receptors. Dalton transactions, 44 (17), 7761-7764. doi:10.1039/c5dt00763a
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We report on a novel 1-D helical coordination polymer formed by protonated polyamine 1H-pyrazole cryptands interconnected by Cu2+ metal ions able to encapsulate anionic species behaving as a multianion receptor. Switching from the monomeric to the polymeric receptor is activated by metal ions and pH.