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It is used as a starting material for further derivatization, including halogenation, acylation, and diazo coupling.
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Calixarenes are 'basket-shaped' compounds with the ability to hold molecules and metal ions in their cavities. Suitable modification of the calixarene molecule allows enzyme-like activity in chemical reactions to be studied.
Monographs: C. D. Gutsche Calixarenes; Calixarenes Revisited, RSC, Cambridge (1989, 1998); J. Vicens and V. Boehmer, Calixarenes: a Versatile Class of Macrocyclic Compounds, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht (1991).
Hazard Statements: H315-H319-H335
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