Matched and Mismatched Phenomena in the Helix Orientation Bias Induced by Chiral Appendages at Multiple Positions of Indolocarbazole-Pyridine Hybrid Foldamers

Han Bit Jang, Ye Rin Choi, Kyu Sung Jeong

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A series of indolocarbazole-pyridine (IP) hybrid foldamers containing chiral residues at multiple different positions were prepared to reveal the matched and mismatched phenomena of local stereocenters on the induction of helical bias. These foldamers adopted stable helical conformations, thus affording well-resolved separate sets of 1H NMR signals for right- (P) and left-handed (M) helices in water saturated organic solvents such as toluene and dichloromethane. The ratios of P- and M-helices were determined by integrating the 1H NMR signals, in combination with the molar circular dichroism (Δ ϵ) and optical rotation ([α]D) values. The degree of helical bias was larger in the IP foldamer bearing chiral residues at the termini relative to those at the pyridine side chains, but the preferred helix orientation was opposite to each other. Foldamers 5(SS)t(SSS)py and 6(RR)t(SSS)py with chiral residues at five different positions demonstrated the matched and mismatched phenomena of local stereocenters in 6(RR)t(SSS)py and 5(SS)t(SSS)py, respectively.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)5123-5131
Number of pages9
JournalJournal of Organic Chemistry
Volume83
Issue number9
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018 May 4

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