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Hexaethylene glycol exhibits antioxidant, antimicrobial and anti-cancer properties. It also shows potential application as functional hydraulic fluids. It is used as a surfactant building block as well as used in biological sample preparation. Further, it is employed in the synthesis of binaphthol-based macrocyclic ethers using intramolecular oxidative coupling with CuCl(OH).
Complexing solvent analogous to the crown ethers (see Appendix 2). For a study of binding profiles as a function of chain length, see: J. Org. Chem., 48, 2837 (1983).
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