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Synergy in supramolecular chemistry

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'SynergyНазвание: Synergy in supramolecular chemistry
Автор: Tatsuya Nabeshima
Издательство: Taylor and Francis
Год: 2012
Формат: True PDF
Качество: оригинал
Размер: 50 Мб
Язык: English
Количество страниц: 346

Описание: Cooperative and synergistic chemical events have attracted significant attention from many researchers engaged in organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, biological chemistry, polymer chemistry, medicinal chemistry, and other related materials sciences.
Synergistic supramolecular systems could be developed to amplify the functions and integration of molecular devices in ways that cannot be achieved by conventional single molecules. This book introduces basic concepts and examples of supramolecular chemistry in terms of cooperation and synergy, and it surveys recent progress in this field. Read more...
Front Cover; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Chapter 1: Cooperativity and Synergy in Multi-Metal Supramolecular Systems; Chapter 2: Hierarchically Assembled Titanium(IV) Helicates; Chapter 3: Supramolecular Hosts and Catalysts Formed by Synergistic Molecular Assemblies of Multinuclear Zinc(II) Complexes in Aqueous Solutions; Chapter 4: Supramolecular Assemblies Based on Interionic Interactions; Chapter 5: Chemosensitive Soft Materials Based on Thermosensitive Polymers; Chapter 6: Synergistic Effect on Superlattice Formation in Self-Assembled Monolayers at Liquid-Solid Interfaces. Chapter 7: Polymeric Architectures Formed by Supramolecular InteractionsChapter 8: Self-Assembled Molecular Capsule; Chapter 9: Synergistic Effects in Double Helical Foldamers; Chapter 10: Ion Pair Templation Strategies for Synthesis of Interlocked Molecules; Chapter 11: Synergy of Reactivity and Stability in Nanoscale Molecular Architectures; Chapter 12: Supramolecular Catalyst with Substrate Binding Sites; Chapter 13: Supramolecular Functions of Cyclodextrin Complex Sensors for Sugar Recognition in Water. Chapter 14: Design of Chirality-Sensing Systems Based on Supramolecular Transmission of ChiralityChapter 15: Fundamental Aspects of Host-Guest Complexation from 1:1 to Synergistic Binding; Chapter 16: Supramolecular Chemistry Strategies for Naked-Eye Detection and Sensing; Chapter 17: Self-Assembled Catenanes, Knots, and Links and Synergistic Effects of Weak Interactions; Back Cover.



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