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Transition Metals in Supramolecular Chemistry

Author: Luigi Fabbrizzi; Antonio Poggi
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1994.
Series: NATO ASI series., Series C,, Mathematical and physical sciences ;, 448.
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Since the pioneering publications on coordination chemistry by Lehn and Pedersen in the late 1960s, coupled with the more orthodox interest from the transition metal chemists on template reactions (Busch, 1964), the field of supramolecular chemistry has grown at an astonishing rate. The use of transition metals as essential constituents of multi-component assemblies has been especially sharp in recent years, since  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Luigi Fabbrizzi; Antonio Poggi
ISBN: 9789401583800 9401583803
OCLC Number: 851393171
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 435 pages).
Contents: Supramolecular photochemistry and photophysics. Energy conversion and information-processing devices based on transition metal complexes --
Transition metal redox active ligand systems for recognising cationic and anionic guest species --
Ligand design for enhanced molecular organization --
selectivity and specific sequencing in multiple receptor ligands, and orderly molecular entanglements --
Metal-ions: a self-assembly motif in supramolecular oligomers --
Biomedical targeting: a role for supramolecular chemistry --
Redox chemistry of metal ion complexes: preparation of new materials --
pH and redox switches based on metal centres --
Schiff base macrocycles and metallo-biosite modelling --
Self-assembly of mono- and dinuclear metal complexes; oxidation catalysis and metalloenzyme models --
Artificial porphyrins containing cyclopropane units functioning as electron shuttles --
Homo- and heterobinuclear metal complexes with bismacrocyclic ligands --
Ferrocene as a building block for supramolecular chemistry systems --
Macrocyclic polyamine complexes beyond metalloenzyme models --
Towards molecular wires and switches: exploiting coordination chemistry for non-linear optics and molecular electronics --
Molecular interactions between metalloproteins involved in electron transfer processes: tetraheme cytochrome c3 and flavodoxin. NMR and molecular modeling studies --
Supramolecular models of metallo-proteins --
The role of macrocyclic receptors in organization of metal centres --
Metallomacrocycles and -clefts: receptors for neutral molecules and anions --
Chiral recognition by functionalized cyclodextrin metal complexes --
Transition metal-directed threading and knotting processes --
Expanded porphyrins. Receptors for cationic, anionic and neutral substrates --
Following the self-assembly process in solution --
Author Index.
Series Title: NATO ASI series., Series C,, Mathematical and physical sciences ;, 448.
Other Titles: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Santa Margherita Ligure (Genoa), Italy, April 14--16, 1994
Responsibility: edited by Luigi Fabbrizzi, Antonio Poggi.
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' ... this book is recommended to all who are interested in the role of transition metals in the many subfields of supramolecular chemistry.' Recueil des Travaux chimiques des Pays-Bas, 115/02

 
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