Crystal Structure of 9,10-Dipentafluorophenylanthracene Host System
Guest molecules (benzene and 1,4-dioxane) can be incorporated into 9,10-dipentafluorophenylanthracene (DPFPA) by tuning the arrangement of its one-dimensional (1D) column-like structure with CF-π interactions of its pentafluorophenyl group in the solid state. The two guest molecules are trapped in cavities due to benzene-anthracene edge-to-face and CH-π interactions with DPFPA, respectively.
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Publication date: 2009-10-01
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