The unique monomer and excimer fluorescence emissions of pyrene were first exploited as distinctly photophysical signals to identify the possible diastereomers of guests within nor-seco-cucurbituril (NS-CB) cavities. Further experiments revealed that balancing the hydrophilic and hydrophobic effects of the guest in aqueous solution can improve the molecular recognition and binding ability of NS-CB.
Keywords: nor-seco-cucurbituril; Host-guest interaction; Pyrene; fluorescent; molecular recognition
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Zhang, X.; Wu, W.; Tao, Z.; Ni, X.-L. Beilstein Arch. 2019, 201919. doi:10.3762/bxiv.2019.19.v1
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