CYCLAM derivatives, also known as Cyclam-based ligands, are a class of organic molecules with distinctive features that have attracted a lot of interest in a number of chemistry-related domains. "CYCLAM" refers to the primary structure of the ligands, which is Cyclen with Four Methyl Groups. These derivatives have a stiff macrocyclic framework due to the nitrogen atoms' cyclic configuration. CYCLAM derivatives are useful in coordination chemistry and catalysis because they may coordinate with metal ions due to the presence of numerous amine groups. These ligands' chelating properties allow them to stabilize metal complexes and increase their reactivity. Derivatives of CYCLAM have been used in a variety of fields, including environmental research, bioinorganic chemistry, and pharmaceutical chemistry. They are interesting possibilities for drug delivery systems, MRI contrast agents, and catalysts for numerous chemical reactions due to their wide range of activity and adaptable coordination characteristics. New CYCLAM derivatives with improved qualities are being explored and developed as a result of ongoing research for potential uses in various scientific and technological fields.
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