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Self-assembled (pseudo)rotaxane and polyrotaxane through host–guest chemistry based on the cucurbituril family

  • Zenghui Han
  • Qiongbo Zhou
  • Yaoji Li
Review Article

Abstract

Cucurbit[n]uril and its derivatives, a new family of macrocyclic hosts comprising n glycoluril units, have gained much attention for their exceptional application in many fields. In this review, we introduced the cucurbituril family and the development of its derivatives, which can be used in the molecular recognition and self-assembled materials such as pseudorotaxane, polyrotaxane. Moreover, cucurbituril provides the possibility to design stimulus–response devices and imitate the life secret at molecule level, such as the molecular devices controlled by pH, photochemistry, thermal and so on.

Keywords

Cucurbit[n]uril family Host–guest chemistry Self-assembled (pseudo)rotaxane 

Notes

Acknowledgements

We acknowledge the finance support of the Key Technology Integration and Demonstration Project for Mining and Flotation of Collophanite (2014HA004). Thanks Prof. Zhou Xiaohai (Wuhan University) and Prof. Zhang Haibo (Wuhan University).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Yuxi Normal UniversityYuxiChina
  2. 2.Yunnan Phosphate Chemical Group Co., LTDKunmingChina

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