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3 Helicate Reconfigurations The dicopper double-helicate moiety [31] has exhibited rich and varied substitution chemistry, as discussed below [17, 28, 46]. It is more rigid and structurally betterdefined than the mononuclear complexes discussed above, which allows one to use it as a persistent, well-defined tecton [13]. 18) also works well in the context of helicates. 21, helicate 24 was transformed into 3 upon the addition of sulfanilic acid. 21. Two distinct hierarchical layers of control over subcomponent substitution may thus be employed in tandem, based upon pKa differences and the chelate effect.

We discuss below our investigations of three distinct preferences exhibited by copper(I) and iron(II). 13. Firstly, copper(I) preferentially formed complexes that incorporated the methylated aldehyde. 14. The two aldehydes were incorporated into the product mixture in a molar ratio of 30 : 70, which indicates a slight thermodynamic preference for the incorporation of the methylated aldehyde, whose more electron-rich character would allow ligands that incorporate this residue to better stabilize the cationic copper(I) center.

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