Cooperative binding and stabilization of the medicinal pigment curcumin by diamide linked γ-cyclodextrin dimers: a spectroscopic characterization
Diamide linked γ-cyclodextrin (γ-CD) dimers are used to capture curcumin and suppress its decomposition in water. In this study, succinamide and urea linked γ-CD dimers joined through the C6A carbon on each γ-CD are used. The γ-CD dimers, 66γCD2su a
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