Supramolecular Chirogenesis in Weakly Interacting Hosts: Role of the Temperature, Structural, and Electronic Factors in Enhancement of Chiroptical Sensitivity
journal contributionposted on 2008-03-20, 00:00 authored by Victor Borovkov, Takuro Yamamoto, Hiroyuki Higuchi, Yoshihisa Inoue
A new supramolecular chirogenic system on the basis of tetrakis(nickel porphyrin) and various enantiopure solvents, which was specifically designed for investigation of the chirogenic phenomenon upon extremely weak interaction modes and marginal chiroptical responses, is reported. The temperature was found to be a key factor controlling the chirality transfer process in these assemblies.
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RoleassemblyInteractingElectronic Factorstetrakibasissupramolecular chirogenic systemHostinvestigationfactorinteraction modesStructuralSupramolecular ChirogenesisWeaklychirogenic phenomenonchiroptical responsesporphyrinchirality transfer processenantiopure solventsEnhancementChiroptical SensitivityA