Tetra-porphyrin molecular tweezers: two binding sites linked via a polycyclic scaffold and rotating phenyl diimide core
RB Murphy, RE Norman, JM White, MV Perkins, MR Johnston
Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry | ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY | Published : 2016
R. B. M. thanks Flinders University for the provision of an Australian Postgraduate Award and the Playford Memorial Trust for a PhD top-up scholarship. R. B. M. also thanks Dr Sally Duck (Monash University) for efforts and expertise in accurate mass spectrometry determination of the porphyrin compounds 2 and 7.