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Reversible Coordinative Bonds in Molecular Recognition

Kruppa, M. ; König, B.


Metal complexes with open coordination sites have found wide use in molecular recognition. They serve as binding sites in the development of chemosensors to study metalloenzyme function in bioinorganic chemistry or to direct supramolecular self-assembly. Lewis-acidic metal complexes can target a large variety of Lewis basic functional groups, which makes them very suitable for the design of ...


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