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A Modular Approach to Inorganic Phosphazane Macrocycles

A Modular Approach to Inorganic Phosphazane Macrocycles
Andrew D. Bond, Callum G. M. Benson, Peter D. Matthews, Alex J. Plajer, Lutz H. Gade, Sanjay Singh, Dominic S. Wright, Raúl García-Rodríguez
The union of organic and macrocyclic chemistry: The formation of large inorganic macrocycles containing phosphazane units linked by sulfur or selenium becomes straightforward with the methodology described by D. S. Wright et al. in their Communication (10.1002/anie.201702558). This allows the introduction of a range of organic substituents, facilitating the tuning of the steric and electronic host environment, and marks a significant step towards the development of synthetic tools in macromolecular inorganic assembly that mirror those in organic synthesis.

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

DOI: 10.1002/anie.201705956

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