"The shape of cyclodextrin is like a hollow, truncated cone (Fig. 2) . The cavity is hydrophobic and the exterior rims are hydrophilic. Therefore, nonpolar molecules or parts of the molecules will form inclusion complexes with the hydrophobic cavity in the aqueous or hydro-organic solutions "
Feel free to be the first
Please review the linked page for context.
If you can think of something better than this,
please add it to the database