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Fluorospectrochemistry Within Cyclodextrin Cavities

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Fluorescence measurement gives direct evidence to the interaction between CDs and their substrates. The inclusion complexation of chromophores by CDs can profoundly influence the fluorescence by simple conformational selection process or by changing the environment experienced by the excited species. CD modification can convert rigid native CD into flexible host by an appropriate spacer or cap, which regulates the CD cavity to fit various kinds of guests. Fluorescence quenching can give more useful evidence to prove CD complexes. We are confident that new hosts of CD derivates will be found to provide new media for photochemists to exploit.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemistry Lanzhou University Lanzhou, Gansu Province, 730000, CHINA

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2017-09-22

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