Mechanistic studies of isomeric [2]rotaxanes consisting of two different tetrathiafulvalene units reveal that the movement of cyclobis(paraquat-p-phenylene) can be controlled

Sofie K. Jensen, Mathias S. Neumann, Rikke Frederiksen, Mathias L Skavenborg, Mads C. Larsen, Stinne E. Wessel, Jan O. Jeppesen*

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