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Amidopyrroles: from anion receptors to membrane transport agents

Amidopyrroles: from anion receptors to membrane transport agents
Amidopyrroles: from anion receptors to membrane transport agents
Amidopyrroles have been employed in a variety of anion receptors and sensors. 2,5-Bisamidopyrroles show selective oxo-anion complexation properties in organic solution whilst bis-amides containing dipyrrolylmethane groups form strong complexes with dihydrogen phosphate anions in mixtures of DMSO-d(6) and water. Deprotonation of the 2,5-bisamidopyrrole unit can lead to interesting solid-state structures including the formation of orthogonal hydrogen bonded dimers. Amidopyrrole groups have also been employed in receptors for ion-pairs and in membrane transport agents for HCl.
amide-based receptors, solid-state, binding properties, h+/cl-symport, ion-pair, in-vitro, recognition, pyrrole, acid, prodigiosin
1359-7345
3761-3772
Gale, Philip A.
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Gale, Philip A.
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Gale, Philip A. (2005) Amidopyrroles: from anion receptors to membrane transport agents. Chemical Communications, (30), 3761-3772. (doi:10.1039/b504596g).

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Abstract

Amidopyrroles have been employed in a variety of anion receptors and sensors. 2,5-Bisamidopyrroles show selective oxo-anion complexation properties in organic solution whilst bis-amides containing dipyrrolylmethane groups form strong complexes with dihydrogen phosphate anions in mixtures of DMSO-d(6) and water. Deprotonation of the 2,5-bisamidopyrrole unit can lead to interesting solid-state structures including the formation of orthogonal hydrogen bonded dimers. Amidopyrrole groups have also been employed in receptors for ion-pairs and in membrane transport agents for HCl.

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Published date: 2005
Keywords: amide-based receptors, solid-state, binding properties, h+/cl-symport, ion-pair, in-vitro, recognition, pyrrole, acid, prodigiosin

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Local EPrints ID: 20804
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/20804
ISSN: 1359-7345
PURE UUID: 37c3b7e8-8906-4e71-8f2e-1613e2abe7e0

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Date deposited: 28 Feb 2006
Last modified: 15 Jul 2019 19:25

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