Molecular Machines by Vincenzo Balzani, Alberto Credi, Belen Ferrer, Serena Silvi

By Vincenzo Balzani, Alberto Credi, Belen Ferrer, Serena Silvi (auth.), T. Ross Kelly (eds.)

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The main advantage of this method is to limit dethreading of the macrocycle during the stoppering reaction. The rotaxane 6+4 was synthesized following this strategy. The two forms of the rotaxane, 6+4 and 62+ 5 (4- or 5-coordinate complex) are represented on Fig. 13. As expected, an intense MLCT absorption band was observed for 6+4 , in the visible range (λmax = 438 nm, ε = 2830 M–l cm–1 ), by analogy with Cu(dpp)+2 based complexes. The electrochemical behavior of 6+4 (CH2 Cl2 /CH3 CN solution) has been studied by CV.

Templated Synthesis of a Pseudo-Rotaxane with a [Ru(diimine)3 ]2+ Core and its Light-Driven Unthreading Reaction . . . . . . . . . Construction of a [2]Catenane Around a Ru(diimine)2+ 3 Complex Used as Template . . . . . . . . . . . . . Photoinduced Decoordination and Thermal Recoordination of a Ring in a Ruthenium(II)-Containing [2]Catenane . . . . . . 46 48 . 50 . 50 . 51 . 54 . 57 Conclusion and Prospective . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 References . .

On electrochemical oxidation in solution, the TTF unit loses its electron donor power and acquires a positive charge (Fig. 12b). As a consequence it is expelled from the cavity of the tetracationic ring and is replaced by the neutral DON unit (Fig. 12c, state 1). At this stage, subsequent reduction of the oxidized TTF unit restores its electron donor ability and the 20 V. Balzani et al. Fig. 12 Redox controlled ring rotation in solution for catenane 74+ , which contains a nonsymmetric ring system goes back to its original conformation.

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