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Supramolecular control of an organic radical coupled to a metal ion embedded at the entrance of a hydrophobic cavity

Abstract : A novel N3ArO-calix[6]arene-based system is presented. It allows the formation of an aryloxy radical bound to a metal ion (CuII or ZnII) that presents a free coordination site in a concave cavity. Its oxidative activity appears highly controlled by the supramolecular system hence providing a good model for radical enzymes such as Galactose oxidase. © 2003 The Royal Society of Chemistry.
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O. Sénèque, M. Campion, Bénédicte Douziech, M. Giorgi, Yves Le Mest, et al.. Supramolecular control of an organic radical coupled to a metal ion embedded at the entrance of a hydrophobic cavity. Journal of the Chemical Society. Dalton Transactions, 2003, 3 (22), pp.4216-4218. ⟨10.1039/b308255e⟩. ⟨hal-01763903⟩

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