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Dr. Nicolas Menard, Prof. Dr. Olivia Reinaud and Dr. Benoit Colasson Guest Covalent Capture by a Host: A Biomimetic Strategy for the Selective Functionalization of a Cavity Chemistry - A European Journal 19

Article first published online: 20 NOV 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/chem.201202391

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Just one click! A covalent capture strategy allows for the highly selective monofunctionalization of a calix[6]arene core (see figure). It is based on a Michaelis–Menten enzyme mimic with key factors governing the reactivity, such as substrate/reactant pre-association and pre-organization and cavity embedment. With alcohol substrates, it is shown that product self-coordination can be controlled by a competing exogenous ligand.

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