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XRD1 Highlights

C1–C4 alcohol–cavitand complexes

Crystal structures of two of the six cavitand-alcohol complexes. Geometric parameters describing the host-guest interaction, such as the H bond
length (Oalc⋅⋅⋅O=P) and distances of the hydroxyl and methyl groups from the mean plane of O atoms of P=O groups are reported in the top and
in the side views, respectively.















The crucial parameter to define the success of a given sensor is therefore selectivity, and for this reason the strategy to prepare the sensing material following the principle of supramolecular chemistry has quickly gained increasing importance. Here a new solid-state fluorescent sensor based on phosphonate cavitand for detecting short-chain alcohols in the gas phasehas been investigated.

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Highly selective chemical vapor sensing by molecular recognition: specific detection of C1-C4 alcohols with a fluorescent phosphonate cavitand.

F. Maffei, P. Betti, D. Genovese, M. Montalti, L. Prodi, R. De Zorzi, S. Geremia, and E. Dalcanale, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 50, 4654 (2011) 10.1002/anie.201100738




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