An hermaphrodite rotaxane: preparation and analysis of structure
(matrix presented) The pictured rotaxane is assembled in water by capping a substituted cyclodextrin composed of the wheel and axle components. The unusual dimeric structure of the rotaxane reflects the thermodynamics of the assembly process. In N,N-dimethylformamide, the corresponding monomer is the predominant product.
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