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Two Compartmentalized Inner Receptors for the Tetramethylammonium Guest within a Keplerate-Type Capsule.

著者 Watfa N , Haouas M , Floquet S , Hijazi A , Naoufal D , Taulelle F , Cadot E
Inorg Chem.2016 Sep 6 ; ():.
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The host-guest interactions between the spherical porous Keplerate anion, [Mo132O372(CH3CO2)30(H2O)72](42-) (abbreviated {Mo132}) and the tetramethylammonium cation have been investigated extensively by one- and two-dimensional (EXSY, ROESY, and DOSY) and variable-temperature NMR. Evidence of two inner receptor sites specific for a NMe4(+) guest appears consistent with a quite striking compartmentalization phenomenon. ROESY NMR analyses showed that both sites exhibit a close spatial proximity with the hanging inner acetate groups, while a quantitative EXSY study revealed that these two sites are differentiated by their exchange rates. These NMR data support the hypothesis that these two inner sites could be delimited by the hanging inner acetate groups forming triangular (S1) or pentagonal (S2) hydrophobic pockets on the inner side of the capsule wall. Furthermore, the stability constants associated with the trapping process of the NMe4(+) guest on both the S1 and S2 sites have been determined, showing that the stability constant of the S1 sites decreases significantly as the concentration of the capsule increases gradually, while that of the S2 sites remains nearly unaffected. Such an observation has been interpreted as a result of the plugging process of the {Mo9O9} pores by the counterions NH4(+), which causes unfavorable electrostatic interactions for the NMe4(+) coordination on the proximal S1 site. Finally, the thermodynamic parameters of the NMe4(+) transfer from the solvated situation to the interior of the capsule were estimated from variable-temperature NMR experiments that provide the split of the global process into two successive events corresponding to the plugging and transfer across the inorganic shell.
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