The absorption peaks of the inclusion complex turn out to be narrow, indicating that the inclusion compound
is not a mechanical mixture of the D, L-Trp and [beta]-CD but a new material, demonstrating that the inclusion reaction has occurred.
Tonelli, "Pyriproxyfen cyclodextrin inclusion compounds
," Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic Chemistry, vol.
-[gamma]cyclodextrin ([gamma]CD), which delivers hydrophobic chemicals, was used to make micro-particles of inclusion compounds
that can be ingested by bacteriophagous nematodes, which do not distinguish these micro-particles from their food bacteria.
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Szejtli, Industrial applications of cyclodextrins, in Inclusion Compounds
In this study we have considered only the inclusion compounds
in molar proportion 1:1 formed between one molecules of [beta]-CD and ones of PABA species abbreviated PABA1/[beta]-CD (A), PABA1/[beta]-CD (B), PABA2/[beta]-CD (A), PABA2/[beta]-CD (B), PABA3/[beta]-CD (A) and PABA3/[beta]-CD (B) (when molecule 1, 2 and 3 represent respectively neutral, anionic and cationic species of PABA).
Another advantage of the cyclodextrin inclusion compounds
lies in their more convenient consistency: whereas linoleic acid in its original form is usually hard to formulate as an oil, complexing produces an odourless powder.