Macrocyclic receptors are the primary workhorses in supramolecular chemistry. In particular, macrocyclic arenes are versatile receptors because their structures can be tailor-made and readily functionalized. In this chapter, we discuss the recent advances on naphthol-based macrocyclic receptors, namely, calix[n]naphthalenes, zorb[n]arenes, oxatub[n]arenes, naphthalenophanes, and naphthotubes. The emphasis will be on their design and synthesis, structural features, and host-guest properties. Given the success of calixarenes and their analogues, we believe that naphthol-based macrocycles will find wide applications provided we endow them with unprecedented molecular recognition ability.
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Department of Chemistry,Southern University of Science and Technology,Shenzhen,China
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Yao，Huan,Jiang，Wei. Naphthol-Based Macrocycles. 2020-01-01.
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