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  1. Prospects and Challenges in Anion Recognition and Transport
  2. Advances in Anion Receptor Chemistry
  3. Selective anion transport mediated by strap-extended calixpyrroles
  4. Advances in anion transport and supramolecular medicinal chemistry
  5. Development of a Library of Thiophene‐Based Drug‐Like Lego Molecules: Evaluation of Their Anion Binding, Transport Properties, and Cytotoxicity
  6. Design of Chiral Supramolecular Polymers Exhibiting a Negative Nonlinear Response
  7. Voltage-Switchable HCl Transport Enabled by Lipid Headgroup-Transporter Interactions
  8. Voltage‐Switchable HCl Transport Enabled by Lipid Headgroup–Transporter Interactions
  9. 2019 Sessler Early Career Researcher Prize
  10. Voltage-Switchable HCl Transport Enabled by Lipid Headgroup-Transporter Interactions
  11. Voltage‐Switchable HCl Transport Enabled by Lipid Headgroup–Transporter Interactions
  12. Determinants of Ion-Transporter Cancer Cell Death
  13. Hydroquinone-Based Anion Receptors for Redox-Switchable Chloride Binding
  14. Fatty Acid Fueled Transmembrane Chloride Transport
  15. Tetraurea Macrocycles: Aggregation-Driven Binding of Chloride in Aqueous Solutions
  16. Editorial: a methods article
  17. Investigating the Influence of Steric Hindrance on Selective Anion Transport
  18. Author Correction: Squaramide-based synthetic chloride transporters activate TFEB but block autophagic flux
  19. Squaramide-based synthetic chloride transporters activate TFEB but block autophagic flux
  20. Supramolecular methods: the chloride/nitrate transmembrane exchange assay
  21. Fluoride binding by an anionic receptor: tuning the acidity of amide NH groups for basic anion hydrogen bonding and recognition
  22. Fluorinated synthetic anion carriers: experimental and computational insights into transmembrane chloride transport
  23. Highlights from the Faraday Discussion on Artificial Water Channels, Glasgow, UK
  24. Anion carriers as potential treatments for cystic fibrosis: transport in cystic fibrosis cells, and additivity to channel-targeting drugs
  25. Anion receptor chemistry: Highlights from 2016
  26. Supramolecular Transmembrane Anion Transport: New Assays and Insights
  27. New Insights into the Anion Transport Selectivity and Mechanism of Tren-based Tris-(thio)ureas
  28. Real-Time Recording of the Cellular Effects of the Anion Transporter Prodigiosin
  29. A tripodal tris-selenourea anion transporter matches the activity of its thio- analogue but shows distinct selectivity
  30. Fluorescent and colorimetric sensors for anionic species
  31. Anion transport by ortho-phenylene bis-ureas across cell and vesicle membranes
  32. Fluorescent squaramides as anion receptors and transmembrane anion transporters
  33. Fluorinated tripodal receptors for potentiometric chloride detection in biological fluids
  34. Full elucidation of the transmembrane anion transport mechanism of squaramides using in silico investigations
  35. Biomimetic water channels: general discussion
  36. Indole-based perenosins as highly potent HCl transporters and potential anti-cancer agents
  37. Supramolecular chemistry: defined
  38. A synthetic ion transporter that disrupts autophagy and induces apoptosis by perturbing cellular chloride concentrations
  39. Cyclic peptide unguisin A is an anion receptor with high affinity for phosphate and pyrophosphate
  40. Anion transport and supramolecular medicinal chemistry
  41. Supramolecular chemistry anniversary
  42. Dissecting the chloride–nitrate anion transport assay
  43. Preface
  44. Transmembrane Fluoride Transport: Direct Measurement and Selectivity Studies
  45. Small-Molecule Uncoupling Protein Mimics: Synthetic Anion Receptors as Fatty Acid-Activated Proton Transporters
  46. Anion Receptor Chemistry
  47. pH-Regulated Nonelectrogenic Anion Transport by Phenylthiosemicarbazones
  48. Nonprotonophoric Electrogenic Cl− Transport Mediated by Valinomycin-like Carriers
  49. QSAR analysis of substituent effects on tambjamine anion transporters
  50. Perenosins: a new class of anion transporter with anti-cancer activity
  51. Self-assembly of a “double dynamic covalent” amphiphile featuring a glucose-responsive imine bond
  52. Chloride anion transporters inhibit growth of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in vitro
  53. Correction: Substituent interference on supramolecular assembly in urea gelators: synthesis, structure prediction and NMR
  54. Tris-ureas as transmembrane anion transporters
  55. Biasing hydrogen bond donating host systems towards chemical warfare agent recognition
  56. Controlling microenvironments and modifying anion binding selectivities using core functionalised hyperbranched polymers
  57. Fluorescent transmembrane anion transporters: shedding light on anionophoric activity in cells
  58. Substituent interference on supramolecular assembly in urea gelators: synthesis, structure prediction and NMR
  59. Acyclic Pseudopeptidic Hosts as Molecular Receptors and Transporters for Anions
  60. Applications of Supramolecular Anion Recognition
  61. Anion transport and binding properties ofN N′-(phenylmethylene)dibenzamide based receptors
  62. High-Affinity Anion Binding by Steroidal Squaramide Receptors
  63. High-Affinity Anion Binding by Steroidal Squaramide Receptors
  64. Towards the Discrimination of Carboxylates by Hydrogen-Bond Donor Anion Receptors
  65. Supramolecular chemistry: defined
  66. Dynamic Covalent Transport of Amino Acids across Lipid Bilayers
  67. Systematic Experimental Charge Density: Linking Structural Modifications to Electron Density Distributions
  68. Anion sensing by small molecules and molecular ensembles
  69. Disruption of a binary organogel by the chemical warfare agent soman (GD) and common organophosphorus simulants
  70. Anion complexation, transport and structural studies of a series of bis-methylurea compounds
  71. Anion binding and transport properties of cyclic 2,6-bis(1,2,3-triazol-1-yl)pyridines
  72. Organophosphorus chemical warfare agent simulant DMMP promotes structural reinforcement of urea-based chiral supramolecular gels
  73. Aromatic isophthalamides aggregate in lipid bilayers: evidence for a cooperative transport mechanism
  74. Anion transport across varying lipid membranes – the effect of lipophilicity
  75. Electron density distribution studies as a tool to explore the behaviour of thiourea-based anion receptors
  76. pH switchable anion transport by an oxothiosquaramide
  77. Detection and remediation of organophosphorus compounds by oximate containing organogels
  78. Anion Receptors Based on Organic Frameworks: Recent Advances
  79. Synthetic ion transporters can induce apoptosis by facilitating chloride anion transport into cells
  80. ChemInform Abstract: Anion Receptor Chemistry: Highlights from 2011 and 2012
  81. An anion-binding fluorinated alcohol isophthalamide isostere
  82. Anion receptor chemistry
  83. A word from the new Editorial Board Chair – Professor Philip Gale, University of Southampton, UK
  84. Acylthioureas as anion transporters
  85. Lipid bilayer sulfate transport mediated by small molecules
  86. Lipophilic balance – a new design principle for transmembrane anion carriers
  87. Tris–thiourea tripodal-based molecules as chloride transmembrane transporters: insights from molecular dynamics simulations
  88. Systematic experimental charge density analysis of anion receptor complexes
  89. Towards organocatalysts for nerve agent remediation
  90. pH switchable anion transport
  91. Highly effective yet simple transmembrane anion transporters based upon ortho-phenylenediamine bis-ureas
  92. Supramolecular gels for the remediation of reactive organophosphorus compounds
  93. Editorial
  94. A linear rod-packing coordination polymer constructed from a non-linear dicarboxylate and the [Zn4O]6+ cluster
  95. Accurate Method To Quantify Binding in Supramolecular Chemistry
  96. The influence of stereochemistry on anion binding and transport
  97. ChemInform Abstract: Small‐Molecule Lipid‐Bilayer Anion Transporters for Biological Applications
  98. Anion Transporters and Biological Systems
  99. Niedermolekulare transmembranäre Anionentransporter für biologische Anwendungen
  100. Small‐Molecule Lipid‐Bilayer Anion Transporters for Biological Applications
  101. Small neutral molecular carriers for selective carboxylate transport
  102. Anion recognition and transport properties of sulfamide-, phosphoric triamide- and thiophosphoric triamide-based receptors
  103. Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to Alfred Werner
  104. Chloride, carboxylate and carbonate transport by ortho-phenylenediamine-based bisureas
  105. Anion transport QSAR
  106. Detection of nerve agent via perturbation of supramolecular gel formation
  107. Blue emitting C2-symmetrical dibenzothiazolyl substituted pyrrole, furan and thiophene
  108. Systematic structural analysis of a series of anion receptor complexes
  109. Neutral 1,3‐Diindolylureas for Nerve Agent Remediation
  110. ChemInform Abstract: Anion Receptors Containing Heterocyclic Rings
  111. ChemInform Abstract: Changing and Challenging Times for Service Crystallography
  112. Tris-(2-aminoethyl)amine-based tripodal trisindolylureas: new receptors for sulphate
  113. Anion Coordination Chemistry. Herausgegeben von Kristin Bowman‐James, Antonio Bianchi und Enrique García‐España.
  114. Anion Coordination Chemistry. Edited by Kristin Bowman‐James, Antonio Bianchi and Enrique García‐España.
  115. Squaramides as Potent Transmembrane Anion Transporters
  116. Squaramides as Potent Transmembrane Anion Transporters
  117. ChemInform Abstract: Anion Receptor Chemistry: Highlights from 2010
  118. Oligoether‐Strapped Calix[4]pyrrole: An Ion‐Pair Receptor Displaying Cation‐Dependent Chloride Anion Transport
  119. Supramolecular Chemistry
  120. Anion Receptors Containing Heterocyclic Rings
  121. Definition and Emergence of Supramolecular Chemistry*Adapted in part from Supramolecular Chemistry , J. W. Steed and J. L. Atwood, Wiley: Chichester, 2nd Ed., 2009.
  122. Hydrogen bond-mediated recognition of the chemical warfare agent soman (GD)
  123. Anion receptor chemistry: highlights from 2010
  124. Benzimidazole-based anion receptors: tautomeric switching and selectivity
  125. Benzimidazole-based anion receptors exhibiting selectivity for lactate over pyruvate
  126. Tunable transmembrane chloride transport by bis-indolylureas
  127. Changing and challenging times for service crystallography
  128. Towards “drug-like” indole-based transmembrane anion transporters
  129. A dual host approach to NiSO4 extraction
  130. ChemInform Abstract: Transmembrane Anion Transport by Synthetic Systems
  131. ChemInform Abstract: Calix[n]pyrroles as Anion and Ion‐Pair Complexants
  132. NMR studies of anion-induced conformational changes in diindolylureas and diindolylthioureas
  133. Structure–Activity Relationships in Tripodal Transmembrane Anion Transporters: The Effect of Fluorination
  134. Anion Sensors
  135. A solid-state 35/37Cl NMR study of a chloride ion receptor and a GIPAW-DFT study of chlorine NMR interaction tensors in organic hydrochlorides
  136. ChemInform Abstract: Anion Receptor Chemistry
  137. From Anion Receptors to Transporters
  138. A dual host approach to transmembrane transport of salts
  139. Supramolecular Chemistry—Introducing the latest web themed issue
  140. Transmembrane anion transport by synthetic systems
  141. Thiourea isosteres as anion receptors and transmembrane transporters
  142. Anion receptor chemistry
  143. Further insight into the coordination of 2,5-dicarbothioamidopyrroles: the case of Cu and Co complexes
  144. A synergistic approach to anion antiport
  145. Structurally simple lipid bilayer transport agents for chloride and bicarbonate
  146. ChemInform Abstract: Anion Receptor Chemistry: Highlights from 2008 and 2009
  147. Fluorescent carbazolylurea- and carbazolylthiourea-based anion receptors and sensors
  148. Anion–Anion Proton Transfer in Hydrogen Bonded Complexes
  149. Octafluorocalix[4]pyrrole: A Chloride/Bicarbonate Antiport Agent
  150. Acyclic indole and carbazole-based sulfate receptors
  151. Calix[4]pyrrole-based anion transporters with tuneable transport properties
  152. Tripodal transmembrane transporters for bicarbonate
  153. Anion receptor chemistry: highlights from 2008 and 2009
  154. Preface: supramolecular chemistry of anionic species themed issue
  155. Back matter
  156. Bis-cation salt complexation by meso-octamethylcalix[4]pyrrole: linking complexes in solution and in the solid state
  157. Carbamate complexation by urea-based receptors: studies in solution and the solid state
  158. Anion Recognition in Supramolecular Chemistry
  159. Calix[n]pyrroles as Anion and Ion-Pair Complexants
  160. ChemInform Abstract: 1,2,3‐Triazole‐Strapped Calix[4]pyrrole: A New Membrane Transporter for Chloride.
  161. Stabilisation of alkylcarbamate anions using neutral hydrogen bond donors
  162. Using small molecules to facilitate exchange of bicarbonate and chloride anions across liposomal membranes
  163. ChemInform Abstract: Anion Receptor Chemistry: Highlights from 2007
  164. Anion-induced conformational changes in 2,7-disubstituted indole-based receptors
  165. Anion receptor chemistry: highlights from 2007
  166. Fluorescent carbazolylurea anion receptors
  167. 2-Amidoindole-based anion receptors
  168. Metal-induced pre-organisation for anion recognition in a neutral platinum-containing receptor
  169. 1,2,3-Triazole-strapped calix[4]pyrrole: a new membrane transporter for chloride
  170. ChemInform Abstract: Synthetic Indole, Carbazole, Biindole and Indolocarbazole‐Based Receptors: Applications in Anion Complexation and Sensing
  171. Anion-Templated Self-Assembly
  172. 1,3‐Diindolylureas and 1,3‐Diindolylthioureas: Anion Complexation Studies in Solution and the Solid State
  173. Cooperative Binding of Calix[4]pyrrole–Anion Complexes and Alkylammonium Cations in Halogenated Solvents
  174. Fluorescent Anthracene-based Anion Receptors
  175. ChemInform Abstract: Anion Receptors Based on Organic Frameworks: Highlights from 2005 and 2006
  176. Structural diversity in the first metal complexes of 2,5-dicarboxamidopyrroles and 2,5-dicarbothioamidopyrroles
  177. Synthetic indole, carbazole, biindole and indolocarbazole-based receptors: applications in anion complexation and sensing
  178. Metal–organic anion receptors: trans-functionalised platinum complexes
  179. Anion binding vs.sulfonamide deprotonation in functionalised ureas
  180. Hydrogen bonded networks in N–alkyl substituted thiourea platinum (II) oxocarbodianion and carboxylate salts
  181. Interactions of Organic Halide and Nitrate Salts with meso-Octamethylcalix[4]pyrrole
  182. Anion receptors based on organic frameworks: highlights from 2005 and 2006
  183. meso-Octamethylcalix[4]pyrrole: an old yet new transmembrane ion-pair transporter
  184. Anion-triggered electrodeposition in ferrocene-functionalised ortho-phenylenediamine-based receptors
  185. 1,3-Diindolylureas: high affinity dihydrogen phosphate receptors
  186. ChemInform Abstract: A Biaryl Cross‐Coupling Strategy for Functionalization of Benzocrown Ethers.
  187. 2,7-Functionalized Indoles as Receptors for Anions
  189. Conformational Control of Selectivity and Stability in Hybrid Amide/Urea Macrocycles
  190. Extending the Hydrogen-bonding Array in ortho-Phenylenediamine Based Bis-ureas
  191. Conformational Control of Transmembrane Cl- Transport
  192. Supramolecular chemistry anniversary
  193. Preface
  194. Acridinone-based anion receptors and sensors
  195. A biaryl cross-coupling strategy for functionalisation of benzocrown ethers
  196. Conformational control of HCl co-transporter: imidazole functionalised isophthalamide vs. 2,6-dicarboxamidopyridine
  197. A simple benzimidazole-based receptor for barbiturate and urea neutral guests that functions in polar solvent mixtures
  198. Isophthalamides and 2,6-dicarboxamidopyridines with pendant indole groups: a ‘twisted’ binding mode for selective fluoride recognition
  199. Anion recognition by N-confused calix[4]pyrrole-α-carbaldehyde and its Knoevenagel reaction derivatives
  200. Preface
  201. Anion coordination and anion-templated assembly: Highlights from 2002 to 2004
  202. Structural and Molecular Recognition Studies with Acyclic Anion Receptors
  203. Calix[4]pyrrole as a Chloride Anion Receptor:  Solvent and Countercation Effects
  204. Ferrocene-substituted calix[4]pyrrole modified carbon paste electrodes for anion detection in water
  205. Structural and Molecular Recognition Studies with Acyclic Anion Receptors
  206. Preface
  207. Bis(tetrabutylammonium) isophthalate 1-phenyl-3-[2,4,5-tris(3-phenylureido)phenyl]urea: a synchrotron study
  208. Anions in Supramolecular Chemistry: Binding, Sensing, and Assembly
  209. Sensors
  210. Afterword
  211. Neutral Pyrrole Systems
  212. Neutral Non-Metallic Systems
  213. Classic Charged Non-Metallic Systems
  214. Receptors for Ion-Pairs
  215. Metal and Lewis Acid-Based Receptors
  216. Protonated Expanded Porphyrins and Linear Analogues
  217. Anion-Controlled Assembly and Template-Based Synthesis
  218. Anion Receptor Chemistry
  219. Synthesis and Anion Binding Properties of N,N‘-Bispyrrol-2-yl-2,5-diamidopyrrole
  220. Formation and X-ray crystal structures of neutral 3D networks by charge-assisted hydrogen bonds between tetrakis(thiourea)platinum(II) complexes and dicarboxylates
  221. N,N′-Bis(3-nitrophenyl)isophthalamide tetrabutylammonium chloride
  222. Anion binding vs. deprotonation in colorimetric pyrrolylamidothiourea based anion sensors
  223. Anion-binding modes in a macrocyclic amidourea
  224. Pyrrolylamidourea based anion receptors
  225. Ionic liquid–calix[4]pyrrole complexes: pyridinium inclusion in the calixpyrrole cup
  226. Network formation by a pyrrole functionalized isophthalamide
  227. Organic salt inclusion: the first crystal structures of anion complexes of N-confused calix[4]pyrrole
  228. Tetrakis(thiourea)platinum(ii) oxocarbodianions salts as molecular building blocks for the synthesis of hydrogen bonded networks in the solid state
  229. Carboxylate complexation by a family of easy-to-make ortho-phenylenediamine based bis-ureas: studies in solution and the solid state
  230. Back matter
  231. Editorial
  232. Electrochemical measurement of switchable hydrogen bonding in an anthraquinone-based anion receptor
  233. Amidopyrroles: From Anion Receptors to Membrane Transport Agents
  234. Supramolecular Chemistry
  235. Calix[4]pyrrole: An Old yet New Ion‐Pair Receptor
  236. Calix[4]pyrrole: An Old yet New Ion‐Pair Receptor
  237. Cover Picture: Calix[4]pyrrole: An Old yet New Ion‐Pair Receptor (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 17/2005)
  238. Titelbild: Calix[4]pyrrole: An Old yet New Ion‐Pair Receptor (Angew. Chem. 17/2005)
  239. 4-Aminomethyl-phenylamino-bis-(3,4-dichloro-5-phenylcarbamoyl-1H-pyrrole-2-carboxamide) tetrabutylammonium salt
  240. 1,4-Phenylene-bis-(3,4-dichloro-5-phenylcarbamoyl-1H-pyrrole-2-carboxamide) bis(tetrabutylammonium chloride) acetonitrile disolvate
  241. Amidopyrroles: from anion receptors to membrane transport agents
  242. 7  Supramolecular chemistry
  243. ‘Twisted’ isophthalamide analogues
  244. ortho-Phenylenediamine bis-urea–carboxylate: a new reliable supramolecular synthon
  245. Solvent-induced supramolecular isomerism in [Pt(SC(NH2)2)4]2+ croconate salts
  246. Carboxylate complexation by 1,1′-(1,2-phenylene)bis(3-phenylurea) in solution and the solid state
  247. Co-transport of H+/Cl– by a synthetic prodigiosin mimic
  248. NH vs. CH hydrogen bond formation in metal–organic anion receptors containing pyrrolylpyridine ligands
  249. Crystallographic and Solution Anion Binding Studies of Bis-amidofurans and Thiophenes
  250. Supramolecular Chemistry
  251. Anion-Templated Self-Assembly
  252. Metal−Organic Anion Receptors:  Arranging Urea Hydrogen-Bond Donors to Encapsulate Sulfate Ions
  253. A “Holey” Supramolecular Approach to the Detection of Enzyme Activity.
  254. Oligopyrrole‐Based Solid State Self‐Assemblies
  255. Anions in Supramolecular Chemistry
  256. 9  Supramolecular chemistry
  257. Anion Complexation Properties of Thiophene-2,4- and -2,5-biscarboxamides
  258. Synthesis and anion binding behaviour of diamide derivatives of pyrrole-2,5-diacetic acid
  259. Anion binding properties of 5,5′-dicarboxamido-dipyrrolylmethanes
  260. Imide linked ‘4 + 4’ macrocycles formed by condensation of isophthaloyl dichloride and tetra- or penta-fluoroaniline
  261. Editorial
  262. A “Holey” Supramolecular Approach to the Detection of Enzyme Activity
  263. Pentapyrrolic Calix[4]pyrrole.
  264. Oligopyrrole-based solid state self-assemblies
  265. Supramolecular Chemistry
  266. Calixpyrroles: Novel Anion and Neutral Substrate Receptors
  267. Pyrrolic and polypyrrolic anion binding agents
  268. Crown Ether Appended Amidopyrrole Clefts
  269. Editorial
  270. Mono- and bis-ferrocene 2,5-diamidopyrrole clefts: solid-state assembly, anion binding and electrochemical properties
  271. Anion-directed assembly: the first fluoride-directed double helix
  272. 2,5-Diamidofuran anion receptors
  273. Nitrophenyl derivatives of pyrrole 2,5-diamides: structural behaviour, anion binding and colour change signalled deprotonationElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: 1H NMR, 13C NMR and mass spectra for compounds 2 and 3, NMR anion titrat...
  274. 7  Supramolecular chemistry
  275. Pentapyrrolic calix[4]pyrroleElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: NMR titration plots; experimental section. See
  276. Anion complexation properties of 2,2′-bisamidodipyrrolylmethanes
  277. Confirmation of a ‘cleft-mode’ of binding in a 2,5-diamidopyrrole anion receptor in the solid state
  278. Anion−Anion Assembly:  A New Class of Anionic Supramolecular Polymer Containing 3,4-Dichloro-2,5-diamido-substituted Pyrrole Anion Dimers
  279. ChemInform Abstract: Solution and Solid‐State Studies of 3,4‐Dichloro‐2,5‐diamidopyrroles: Formation of an Unusual Anionic Narcissistic Dimer.
  280. Pendant arm pyrrolic amide cleft anion receptors
  281. Tetramethyl biphenyl-3,5,3′,5′-tetracarboxylate benzene sesquisolvate
  282. Fluoride-Selective Binding in a New Deep Cavity Calix[4]pyrrole:  Experiment and Theory
  283. Anion complexation and electrochemical behaviour of ferrocene-appended amido-pyrrole cleftsElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: 1H and 13C NMR spectra of 1 and 2, 1H NMR titrations of 1 and 2 with various putative anionic guests and wi...
  284. Cytosine substituted calix[4]pyrroles: Neutral receptors for 5′-guanosine monophosphate
  285. Solution and solid-state studies of 3,4-dichloro-2,5-diamidopyrroles: formation of an unusual anionic narcissistic dimerElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: synthesis and characterisation of compounds 3 and 4. See
  286. 12  Supramolecular chemistry
  287. Amido complexes of platinum(II) as receptors for the nitrate ion
  288. ChemInform Abstract: Calixpyrroles. Part 2.
  289. Room-temperature monoclinic and low-temperature triclinic phase-transition structures ofmeso-octamethylcalix[4]pyrrole–dimethyl sulfoxide (1/1)
  290. Methyl 5-methyl-3,4-diphenyl-1H-pyrrole-2-carboxylate
  291. Calixpyrroles II
  292. 2-Amidopyrroles and 2,5-Diamidopyrroles as Simple Anion Binding Agents
  293. A New Bis-amidinium Calix[4]arene-difluorophosphinate Network: An Unexpected but not Unwelcome Guest
  294. Ferrocene-substituted calix[4]pyrrole: a new electrochemical sensor for anions involving CH⋯anion hydrogen bonds
  295. Tetrabutylammoniummeso-octamethylcalix[4]pyrrole fluoride dichloromethane solvate
  296. Anion–anion one-dimensional chain formation within cationic channels in tetrabutylammonium dihydrogenphosphate dichloromethane solvate
  297. Anion–anion dimerization in tetrabutylammonium hydrogensulfate
  298. Synthesis and Electrochemical Polymerisation of Calix[4]pyrroles Containing N-substituted Pyrrole Moieties
  299. Hydrogen-bonding pyrrolic amide cleft anion receptors
  300. Complexation of Alkali Chloride Contact Ion-Pairs Using A 2,5-Diamidopyrrole Crown Macrobicycle
  301. ChemInform Abstract: Anion Receptor Chemistry: Highlights from 1999
  302. ChemInform Abstract: Anion Recognition and Sensing: The State of the Art and Future Perspectives.
  303. Anion receptor chemistry: highlights from 1999
  304. meso-Octacyclopropylcalix[4]pyrrole ethanol solvate
  305. Anion Recognition and Sensing: The State of the Art and Future Perspectives
  306. Erkennung und Nachweis von Anionen: gegenwärtiger Stand und Perspektiven
  307. Erkennung und Nachweis von Anionen: gegenwärtiger Stand und Perspektiven
  308. Anion Recognition and Sensing: The State of the Art and Future Perspectives
  309. The first example of an anion–pyrrole complex
  310. Platinum(ii) nicotinamide complexes as receptors for oxo-anions
  311. Solid-state and solution studies of bis-carboxylate binding by bis-amidinium calix[4]arenes†
  312. Lithiation of meso-Octamethylcalix[4]pyrrole:  A General Route to C-Rim Monosubstituted Calix[4]pyrroles
  313. ChemInform Abstract: Fluoride Recognition in “Super‐Extended Cavity” Calix[4]pyrroles
  314. Modified Calix[4]pyrroles
  315. Calix[4]pyrrole-Functionalized Silica Gels: Novel Supports for the HPLC-Based Separation of Anions
  316. ChemInform Abstract: Anion Coordination and Anion‐Directed Assembly: Highlights from 1997 and 1998
  317. ChemInform Abstract: Hydrogen Bonding Networks and Anion Coordination in (η6‐Arene)Cr(CO)3 Complexes: Metal Carbonyls as Hydrogen Bond Acceptors.
  318. Anion coordination and anion-directed assembly: highlights from 1997 and 1998
  319. Supramolecular chemistry: from complexes to complexity
  320. Fluoride recognition in ‘super-extended cavity’ calix[4]pyrroles
  321. Studies of lead(II) complexes of substituted calix[4]diquinones: the remarkable self-assembly of a novel redox-active 3D channel network
  322. Hydrogen bonding networks and anion coordination in (η6-arene)Cr(CO)3 complexes: metal carbonyls as hydrogen bond acceptors
  323. Calix[4]pyrroles Containing Deep Cavities and Fixed Walls. Synthesis, Structural Studies, and Anion Binding Properties of the Isomeric Products Derived from the Condensation of p-Hydroxyacetophenone and Pyrrole
  324. ChemInform Abstract: Functionalized Calix[4]pyrroles
  325. Molecular Recognition at an Organic−Aqueous Interface:  Heterocalixarenes as Anion Binding Agents in Liquid Polymeric Membrane Ion-Selective Electrodes
  326. Mechanisms of electrochemical recognition of cations, anions and neutral guest species by redox-active receptor molecules
  327. A colourimetric calix[4]pyrrole–4-nitrophenolate based anion sensor†
  328. Anthracene-linked calix[4]pyrroles: fluorescent chemosensors for anions
  329. Electrochemical Recognition of Charged and Neutral Guest Species by Redox-active Receptor Molecules
  330. Electrochemical molecular recognition: pathways between complexation and signalling
  331. Functionalized calix[4]pyrroles
  332. Calix[4]pyrroles: New Solid-Phase HPLC Supports for the Separation of Anions
  333. Calix[4]pyrroles: New Solid-Phase HPLC Supports for the Separation of Anions
  334. Bis-amidinium calixarenes: Templates for self-assembled receptors
  335. Calixpyrroles
  336. Calix[4]pyridine: a new arrival in the heterocalixarene family
  337. Lower-rim ferrocenyl substituted calixarenes: New electrochemical sensors for anions
  338. New Ionophoric Calix[4]diquinones:  Coordination Chemistry, Electrochemistry, and X-ray Crystal Structures
  339. First synthesis of an expanded calixpyrrole
  340. Calix[4]pyrroles: C-rim substitution and tunability of anion binding strength
  341. Bindung von Anionen: Selbstorganisation von Polypyrrolmakrocyclen
  342. Anion Binding: Self‐Assembly of Polypyrrolic Macrocycles
  343. Synthesis of a new cylindrical calix[4]arene-calix[4]pyrrole pseudo dimer
  344. New Bis- and Tris-Ferrocenoyl and Tris-Benzoyl Lower-rim Substituted Calix[5]arene Esters: Synthesis, Electrochemistry and X-ray Crystal Structures
  345. Binding of Neutral Substrates by Calix[4]pyrroles
  346. Calix[4]pyrroles bind anions
  347. Synthesis and electrochemical polymerization of calix[4]arenes containing N-substituted pyrrole moieties
  348. Effects of calixarenes on the electrochemical reduction of buckminsterfullerene, C60
  349. Towards conformationally dependent redox-responsive molecular switches. New polyferrocene bis benzo crown ether receptors
  350. A neutral upper to lower rim linked bis-calix[4]arene receptor that recognises anionic guest species
  351. Synthesis and X-ray crystal structure of a new redox-active calix[5]arene containing a totally included ethanol molecule
  352. Electrochemical studies of the conformational and sodium cation complexation properties of calix[4]arenediquinones
  353. Cation recognition by new diester- and diamide-calix[4]arenediquinones and a diamide-benzo-15-crown-5-calix[4]arene
  354. Structures of potassium encapsulated within the 1,3-alternate conformation of calix[4]arenes
  355. Cation Recognition by New Diester- and Diamide-Calix[4]arenediquinones and a Diamide-Benzo-15-Crown-5-Calix[4]arene
  356. Diester-calix[4]arenediquinone complexation and electrochemical recognition of group 1 and 2, ammonium and alkyl ammonium guest cations.
  357. Metal, ammonium and alkyl ammonium cation recognition by a novel calix[4]arenediquinone crown ether
  358. An Introduction to Anion Receptors Based on Organic Frameworks
  359. Cyclic and Acyclic Amidopyrrole Containing Anion Receptors