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Rotaxanes
(Polyrotaxanes; Pseudorotaxanes)


Complex compounds in which a dumbbell shaped molecule is encircled by a macrocycle. They are named after rota (wheel) and axis (axle). Notation with a prefix is used to indicate the number of interlocked components. They have potential use in nanotechnology. rotaxanes have been made with cyclodextrins and CYCLIC ethers.

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Rotaxane - Wikipedia, the free
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The JKMS Group | <b>Rotaxanes</b>
The JKMS Group | Rotaxanes
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The [2]<b>rotaxane</b> is formed in
The [2]rotaxane is formed in
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<b>Rotaxane</b> - Wikipedia, the free
Rotaxane - Wikipedia, the free
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[3]<b>Rotaxanes</b> of the Amide Type
[3]Rotaxanes of the Amide Type
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The <b>rotaxanes</b> were constructed
The rotaxanes were constructed
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[3]<b>rotaxanes</b> 2-•TBA+ and
[3]rotaxanes 2-•TBA+ and
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<b>Rotaxane</b>
Rotaxane
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Mechanical bondList of MeSH codes (D02)RotaxaneCucurbiturilStability constants of complexes

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