Bis(I2) adducts of hexamethonium dihalides are pre-organized to respond dynamically to heating and reach a functional structure that favors the formation of the poorly stable and virtually unknown [I2Br2]2− and [I2Cl2]2− tetrahalides which could not be obtained in solution (see picture). The cavity-directed reactivity affords new opportunities for synthesis and interconversion of polyhalogen anions.

An Adaptable and Dynamically Porous Organic Salt Traps Unique Tetrahalide Dianions

J. Martì Rujas;MEAZZA, LORENZO;TERRANEO, GIANCARLO;PILATI, TULLIO MARIA;METRANGOLO, PIERANGELO;RESNATI, GIUSEPPE
2013

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Bis(I2) adducts of hexamethonium dihalides are pre-organized to respond dynamically to heating and reach a functional structure that favors the formation of the poorly stable and virtually unknown [I2Br2]2− and [I2Cl2]2− tetrahalides which could not be obtained in solution (see picture). The cavity-directed reactivity affords new opportunities for synthesis and interconversion of polyhalogen anions.
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