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Chimie moléculaire Paris Centre
ÉCOLE DOCTORALE 406

Redox-active self-assembled cages

Séminaire du Pr Marc Sallé (MOLTECH-Anjou, UMR CNRS 6200, Univ. Angers)

Abstract

While molecular cages are often challenging to prepare through covalent chemistry procedures, the metal-driven self-assembly methodology allows a straightforward access to a wide variety of discrete architectures. The resulting cavities offer promising opportunities for applications in host-guest chemistry. In this context, we have focused our interest in the designing of electron-rich self-assembled discrete cavities. The seminar will be dedicated to this new class of metalla-cages, including recent advances related to their ability to trigger the encapsulation/release process of a guest, through a redox stimulus.

08/11/17

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    Anna Proust (anna.proust @ upmc.fr)

     

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    Matthieu Sollogoub (matthieu.sollogoub @ upmc.fr)

     

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