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A breathing chiral molecular solid for enantioseparation via single-crystal-to-single-crystal transformation
- Liu, Jun-Liang, Liu, Wei, Huang, Guo-Zhang, Tong, Ming-Liang
- Science bulletin 2015 v.60 pp. 447-452
- adsorption, chemical reactions, crystals, enantiomers, manganese
- Two chiral supramolecular porous solids derived from novel cluster-based structures of [Mn4IIIMnII] and [Mn7IIIMn3II] were synthesized. Driven by the distinct pores and host–guest interactions, they exhibited either selective gas adsorption ability for the former or the ability of enantioselective separation via reversible single-crystal-to-single-crystal transformation for the latter.