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Nano-Saturn complexes with a planar horizontal ring can be constructed by selective nitrogen substitution into the ortho-positions in polyaryl macrocycles. A number of intriguing supermolecular complexes can be created with these planar or ribbon macrocycles, including nano-Saturns with a flat ring, nano-Saturns with an encircling belt, and nanotubes encircled by belts or rings. These systems are investigated using DFT (B3LYP-D3/6-31G(d)), which predicts their structures and finds them to have significant binding enthalpies.

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Bachrach, S. M., Chem. Commun. 2019, 55, 3650-3653Contributed by Steven BacharachReposted from Computational Organic Chemistry with permissionFor the past twelve years, I have avoided posting on any of my own papers, but I will stoop to some shameless promotion...
For the past twelve years, I have avoided posting on any of my own papers, but I will stoop to some shameless promotion to mention my latest paper,1 since it touches on some themes I have discussed in the past.Back in 2011, Iwamoto, et al. prepared the complex...