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Host-guest recognition of calcium by crown-ether substituted phthalocyanine array on Au(111): relationship between crown moieties and gold lattice



Host-guest recognition of calcium by crown-ether substituted phthalocyanine array on Au(111): relationship between crown moieties and gold lattice



Chemical Communications 2003(17): 2174-2175



High-resolution scanning tunneling microscopy has revealed that, of the four crown-ether moieties of 15-crown-5-ed phthalocyanine array on Au(111) surface, only two crown-ether voids at diagonal positions, where the void centers and hollows surrounded by three gold atoms match exactly, trap two Ca2+ ions.

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DOI: 10.1039/b307094h


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