Spontaneous Formation of a Cross-Linked Supramolecular Polymer Both in the Solid State and in Solution, Driven by Platinum(II) Metallacycle-Based Host–Guest Interactions
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The recent progress in platinum(II) coordination-driven supramolecular polymers has had a substantial effect on the design of functional soft materials. However, the prospect of realizing polymerization induced by platinum(II) metallacycle-based host–guest interactions has received little attention until recently. Here we report the realization of supramolecular polymerization driven by platinum(II) metallacycle-based host–guest interactions both in the solid state and in solution. On the basis of the disclosed polymerization mechanism, we present a new strategy for the preparation of platinum(II) metallacycle-based supramolecular polymers.
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Journal of the American Chemical Society, v. 141, issue 16, p. 6494-6498
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Shi, Bingbing; Liu, Yuezhou; Zhu, Huangtianzhi; Vanderlinden, Ryan T.; Shangguan, Liqing; Ni, Ruidong; Acharyya, Koushik; Tang, Jian-Hong; Zhou, Zhixuan; Li, Xiaopeng; Huang, Feihe; and Stang, Peter J., "Spontaneous Formation of a Cross-Linked Supramolecular Polymer Both in the Solid State and in Solution, Driven by Platinum(II) Metallacycle-Based Host–Guest Interactions" (2019). Chemistry Faculty Publications. 201.