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Intramolecular Rigidification of a Bidentate Halogen Bond Receptor

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Oral Presentation

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Halogen bonds and their applications in chemistry and biochemistry has become one of the fastest growing research topics in the past decade. Much of this growth is attributed to elegant computational and solid-state studies, whereas solution data has lagged. This research advances the fundamental understanding of organic halogen bonding by developing a bidentate pyridinium halogen bond receptor and the nearly isostructural hydrogen bonding control molecule to study in the solution and solid phases. Specifically, this study investigates the intramolecular rigidification of halogen bond receptor via hydrogen bonding. The synthesis, crystal structures and preliminary binding properties of a new class of charged bidentate halogen bonding organocatalysts will be presented.

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Intramolecular Rigidification of a Bidentate Halogen Bond Receptor

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Halogen bonds and their applications in chemistry and biochemistry has become one of the fastest growing research topics in the past decade. Much of this growth is attributed to elegant computational and solid-state studies, whereas solution data has lagged. This research advances the fundamental understanding of organic halogen bonding by developing a bidentate pyridinium halogen bond receptor and the nearly isostructural hydrogen bonding control molecule to study in the solution and solid phases. Specifically, this study investigates the intramolecular rigidification of halogen bond receptor via hydrogen bonding. The synthesis, crystal structures and preliminary binding properties of a new class of charged bidentate halogen bonding organocatalysts will be presented.