Surface Coating / Alfa Chemistry

Cucurbit[7]uril hydrate

Cat.No ACMA00003287

Basic Information Description Application Features And Benefits
Catalog Number ACMA00003287
IUPAC Name 3,5,8,10,13,15,18,20,23,25,28,30,33,35,36,38,40,42,46,48,50,52,54,56,58,60,62,64-octacosazadocosacyclo[,7.311,12.316,17.321,22.326,27.22,36.231,38.13,35.15,8.110,13.115,18.120,23.125,28.130,33.140,46.142,64.148,50.152,54.156,58.160,62]heptacontane-39,41,43,44,45,47,49,51,53,55,57,59,61,63-tetradecone;hydrate
Molecular Weight 1181g/mol
Molecular Formula C42H42N28O14 · xH2O · xHCl
Canonical SMILES O.Cl.O=C1N2CN3C4C5N(CN6C7C8N(CN9C%10C%11N(CN%12C%13C%14N(CN%15C%16C%17N(CN%18C%19C%20N(CN1C%21C2N%22CN4C(=O)N5CN7C(=O)N8CN%10C(=O)N%11CN%13C(=O)N%14CN%16C(=O)N%17CN%19C(=O)N%20CN%21C%22=O)C%18=O)C%15=O)C%12=O)C9=O)C6=O)C3=O
InChI 1S/C42H42N28O14.ClH.H2O/c71-29-43-1-44-16-18-48(30(44)72)4-52-20-22-56(34(52)76)8-60-24-26-64(38(60)80)12-68-28-27-67(41(68)83)11-63-25-23-59(37(63)79)7-55-21-19-51(33(55)75)3-47(29)17-15(43)45-2-46(16)32(74)50(18)6-54(20)36(78)58(22)10-62(24)40(82)66(26)14-70(28)42(84)69(27)13-65(25)39(81)61(23)9-57(21)35(77)53(19)5-49(17)31(45)73;;/h15-28H,1-14H2;1H;1H2/t15-,16+,17+,18-,19-,20+,21+,22-,23-,24+,25+,26-,27-,28+;;
Contains acid of crystalization
MDL Number MFCD03456500
Packaging Packaging
100 mg in glass insert
PubChem ID 329758036
Quality Level 100
Storage Temperature 2-8°C
Description Cucurbiturils are macrocyclic molecules made of glycoluril monomers linked by methylene bridges. The oxygen atoms are located along the edges of the band and are tilted inwards, forming a partly enclosed cavity.
Cucurbiturils are commonly written as cucurbit[n]uril, where n is the number of glycoluril units. Two common abbreviations are CB[n], or simply CBn.
Application Chemists have used cucurbituril for a variety of applications, including drug delivery, asymmetric synthesis, molecular switching, and dye tuning.
Features And Benefits These compounds are particularly interesting to chemists because they are suitable hosts for an array of neutral and cationic species. The binding mode is thought to occur through hydrophobic interactions, and, in the case of cationic guests, through cation-dipole interactions as well. The dimensions of cucurbiturils are generally on the ~ 10 Å size scale. For instance, the cavity of cucurbit[6]uril has a height ~ 9.1 Å, an outer diameter of ~ 5.8 Å, and an inner diameter of ~ 3.9 Å.

Our products and services are for research use only and cannot be used for any clinical purpose.

Ask Your Question