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Research Topics

Our research topics include macrocyclic chemistry, dendritic architectures, grid-like supramolecular assemblies, helical architectures, molecular motional devices, processes of selection and exchange, history of chemistry.

 

 

 

A) Macrocyclic chemistry

 

A.-M. Stadler, J.-J. Jiang, H.-P. Wang, C. Bailly,Large shape-persistent metal-invertible 15-Nsp2-donor-atom macrocycles functioning as trinucleating ligands”, Chem. Commun., 2013, 49, 3784-3786

 

 

 

B) Dendritic architectures

 

A.-M. Stadler,Structural features of Fréchet-type dendrons and dendrimers in single crystals”, Cryst. Growth Des., 2010, 10, 5050-5065

 

A.-M. Stadler, L. Brelot,Two in one: a Fréchet-type dendron manifesting conformational duality”, Cryst. Growth Des., 2010, 10, 2285-2290

 

 

 

C) Grid-like complexes

 

N. Parizel, J. Ramirez, C. Burg, S. Choua, M. Bernard, S. Gambarelli, V. Maurel, L. Brelot, J.-M. Lehn, P. Turek, A.-M. Stadler, "Modulation of self-assembly and magnetism of Cu(II) grids in solution", Chem. Commun., 2011, 47, 10951-10953

 

 

 

D) Helical architectures

 

A.-M. Stadler, C. Burg, J. Ramirez, J.-M. Lehn,Grid–double-helicate interconversion”, Chem. Commun., 2013, 49, 5733-5735

 

 

 

E) Molecular motional devices

 

A.-M. Stadler, J. Ramirez, J.-M. Lehn,Control of relative direction and amplitude in extension/contraction motions of molecular strands induced by ion binding”, Chem. Eur. J., 2010, 16, 5369-5378

 

 

 

F) Selection and exchanges

 

A.-M. Stadler,Modulation of the selectivity of Schiff base formation in mixtures of two NH2 compounds and one aldehyde or of two aldehydes and one amine”, Israel J. Chem., 2013, 53, 113-121

 

 

 

G) History of chemistry

 

A.-M. Stadler, J. Harrowfield, J. Ramirez,Places and chemistry: Mulhouse. Chemists in Werner’s birth city up to the 1st half of the 20th century”, Polyhedron, 2013, 52, 1465-1470

 

A.-M. Stadler, J. Harrowfield,Places and chemistry: Strasbourg - a chemical crucible seen through historical personalities”, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2011, 40, 2061-2108