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CONCEPT NAME

Interlocked molecules

DESCRIPTION

Interlocked molecules are molecular architectures formed from two or more components that are linked together mechanically; the entangled components are not connected through covalent bonds but cannot be separated without breaking a covalent bond. Examples of interlocked molecules include catenanes and rotaxanes.

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  • Supramolecular Chemistry

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    8 skos:closeMatch dbpedia:Mechanically_interlocked_molecular_architectures
    9 skos:definition Interlocked molecules are molecular architectures formed from two or more components that are linked together mechanically; the entangled components are not connected through covalent bonds but cannot be separated without breaking a covalent bond. Examples of interlocked molecules include catenanes and rotaxanes.
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    11 skos:historyNote [skos:definition - 2014.01.21] Interlocked molecules comprise two or more separate components that are joined by ‘mechanical’ rather than covalent bonds. In other words, these molecular assemblies cannot be dissociated without the cleavage of one or more chemical bonds.
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