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The isomers vary in terms of the orientations of their phenol groups: (a) has a cone structure with all of the phenols pointing to the same direction; (b) has a partial cone structure with one phenol pointing in a different direction to the others; (c) has a 1,3-alternate structure with neighboring phenols pointing in opposite directions. These isomeric hosts have different selectivities for metal ion inclusion in the upper cavity and the lower cavity. Of course, changing the number of phenol residues alters the guest size appropriate for effective inclusion.

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