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On the Way to Carbon Nanotubes: The First Synthesis of an Aromatic Nanobelt

On the Way to Carbon Nanotubes: The First Synthesis of an Aromatic Nanobelt
Hermann A. Wegner
Tighten your belt: The first aromatic nanobelt has been prepared by Itami and co-workers. This synthesis of a truncated Vögtle belt constitutes a milestone in long-standing efforts of numerous chemists. The realization of such a molecule provides not only new opportunities in materials science, but also paves the way to the rational synthesis of carbon nanotubes.

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

DOI: 10.1002/anie.201705970

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