AbstractCooperativity is one of the most important underlying principles for biological systems and gregarious animals. As shown on the cover, through the cooperative efforts of a group of small ants, large objects like a leaf can be moved. This phenomenon in nature is similar to the observation reported by W. Jiang et al. in their Communication (DOI: 10.1002/anie.201711077): Strong cooperativity can be achieved through activating relatively weak non-covalent interactions.
The temperature curves of eight models during cooling process were showed in Fig. 2, and the characteristic values were listed in Table 2. In this model, it was found from Fig. 2(A) that the temperature at base layer of solution quickly decreased with cooling rate of −1.46 °C/min, while the cooling rate of top layer was −1.18 °C/min. Then at the 16th minute, the cooling curve at base of solution flattens at −5.3 °C.
Positive cooperativity achieved through activating weak non-covalent interactions is common in biological assemblies but is rarely observed in synthetic complexes. Two new naphthotubes have been synthesized and the syn isomer binds DABCO-based organic cations with high orientational selectivity. Surprisingly, the ternary complex with two hosts and one guest shows a high cooperativity factor (α=580), which is the highest reported for synthetic systems without involving ion-pairing interactions.
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