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Precisely controlled crystal growth endows zeolites with special textural and catalytic properties. A nanosheet mordenite zeolite with a thickness of ~11 nm, named as MOR‐NS, has been prepared using a well‐designed gemini‐type amphiphilic surfactant as bifunctional structure‐directing agent (SDA). Its benzyl diquarternary ammonium cations structurally directed the formation of MOR topology, whereas the long and hydrophobic hexadecyl tailing group prevented the extensive crystal growth along b axis. This kind of orientated crystallization took place through the inorganic‐organic interaction between silica species and SDA molecules existing in the whole process. The thin MOR nanosheets, with highly exposed (010) planes and 8‐membered ring (MR.
A neutral 1,4,2,3,5,6‐diazatetraborinine derivative 3 featuring a 6π ring system has been synthesized and structurally characterized. The prospective aromatic nature of compound 3 was assessed by single‐crystal X‐ray analysis, NMR and UV−vis absorption spectroscopy, as well as, computational studies. Furthermore, preliminary reactivity investigation showed that 3 does not only react with diphenylacetylene but also readily capture CO2 in a [4+2] cycloaddition manner under ambient conditions.

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