The cycloveratrylene tetramer was found to form well-defined solvates with chloroform and methylene chloride which were characterized by their solid state13CNMR spectra. Elemental analysis indicates the presence of two molecules of included solvent for every host molecule. Several distinct forms of the solvent-free tetramer were identified as well.
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Burlinson, N.E., Ripmeester, J.A. Solvates of the cycloveratrylene tetramer as studied by solid state13CNMR. Journal of Inclusion Phenomena 3, 95–98 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00658866
- Cycloveratrylene tetramer
- solid state13CNMR