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Mapping the Intricate Reactivity of Nanojars toward Molecules of Varying Acidity and Their Conjugate Bases Leading To Exchange of Pyrazolate Ligands

Mapping the Intricate Reactivity of Nanojars toward Molecules of Varying Acidity and Their Conjugate Bases Leading To Exchange of Pyrazolate Ligands
Gellert Mezei, Christian K. Hartman
A comprehensive reactivity study provides a detailed understanding of the behavior of anion-incarcerating nanojars of various sizes and with different incarcerated anions toward acidic compounds, as well as their conjugate bases. The effect of a number of variables, including pKa, concentration, steric factors, and aromaticity on nanojar substitution and breakdown pattern is evaluated; some of the substituted nanojars and breakdown products are isolated and structurally characterized.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01593

DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01593

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