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Inside Back Cover: The Construction of Homochiral Lanthanide Quadruple-Stranded Helicates with Multiresponsive Sensing Properties toward Fluoride Anions (Chem. Eur. J. 41/2017)

Inside Back Cover: The Construction of Homochiral Lanthanide Quadruple-Stranded Helicates with Multiresponsive Sensing Properties toward Fluoride Anions (Chem. Eur. J. 41/2017)
Wanmin Chen, Xiaoliang Tang, Zhenghua Ju, Bei Wang, Weisheng Liu, Lirong Guo, Wei Dou
Chirality, as a signature of life, plays a vital role in the universe. Here a unique homochiral lanthanide tetranuclear quadruple-stranded helicate is presented, which was self-assembled successfully with the aid of a nitrate template to achieve the effective transfer and amplification of chirality code. The homochiral Nd helicate, could serve as a multiresponsive sensor for the recognition and detection of F− anions based on the change of chiral signal and near-infrared luminescence simultaneously, which represents a meaningful exploration for developing functional lanthanide-based polynuclear clusters. More information can be found in the Full Paper by X. Tang, W. Liu et al. on page 9804.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201702292

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