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Rewiring chemical networks based on dynamic dithioacetal and disulfide bonds

The control of the connectivity between nodes of synthetic networks is still largely unexplored. To address this point we take advantage of a simple dynamic chemical system with two exchange levels that are mutually connected and can be activated simultaneously or sequentially. Dithioacetals and disulfides can be exchanged simultaneously under UV light in the presence of a sensitizer. Crossover reactions between both exchange processes produce a fully connected chemical network. On the other hand, the use of acid, base or UV light connects different nodes allowing network rewiring.

Authors:   Gaston Orrillo, Agustina La-Venia, Escalante Andrea, Ricardo L.E. Furlan
Journal:   Chemistry - A European Journal
Year:   2018
Pages:   n/a
DOI:   10.1002/chem.201705654
Publication date:   18-Jan-2018
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