Cooperative Porphyrin Assemblies
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Nijmegen : [S.n.]
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Radboud University,, 7 oktober 2008
Promotores : Rowan, A.E., Nolte, R.J.M. Co-promotores : Elemans, J.A.A.W., Hest, J.C.M. van, Sijbesma, R.P., Reek, J.N.H., Feiters, M.C.
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Cooperative interactions play a ubiquitous role in Nature, where they are employed to influence the composition and function of hierarchical self-assembled systems. A special case of cooperativity, in which a binding event in a multivalent host at one binding site causes a discrete, reversible alteration in its structure at a remote binding site, is called allosterism. This thesis describes the studies in which a number of different cavity-appended porphyrins, namely MC, OHP, DC, and derivatives of these compounds are used as hosts for a variety of different guests in order to form, with the assistance of cooperative interactions, multi-component supramolecular architectures
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