3 edition of Anion recognition in supramolecular chemistry found in the catalog.
Anion recognition in supramolecular chemistry
Philip A. Gale
|Statement||volume editors, P.A. Gale, W. Dehaen ; with contributions by E. Alcade ... [et al.].|
|Series||Topics in heterocyclic chemistry -- 24, Topics in heterocyclic chemistry -- 24.|
|LC Classifications||QD878 .A55 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 370 p. :|
|Number of Pages||370|
|LC Control Number||2010933516|
Applications of Supramolecular Chemistry introduces the use of non-covalent interactions and molecular recognition for many fields. Applications include the analysis of technically, medically, and environmentally important chemical compounds, their separation, purification and removal, and the design of new materials, including supramolecular electronics. This book traces the origins of anion recognition chemistry as a unique sub-field in supramolecular chemistry while illustrating the basic approaches currently being used to effect receptor design. The combination of biological overview.
Stefan Kubik, a pioneer in the use of neutral host molecules for anion binding in aqueous solutions, has reviewed the state of the art in the field of anion recognition in water using supramolecular host systems, the most recent of which was published in , 9 However, in the past five years numerous exciting and significant advances in Cited by: Abstract. In the past 40years, anion recognition by synthetic receptors has grown into a rich and vibrant research topic, developing into a distinct branch of Supramolecular Chemistry. Traditional anion receptors comprise organic scaffolds functionalized with complementary binding groups that are assembled by multistep organic by:
This book is designed to bring together in a single volume the many important aspects of hydrogen bonding supramolecular chemistry and will be a valuable resource for graduates and researchers working in supramolecular and related sciences. Zhan-Ting Li, PhD, is a Professor of Organic Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry, Fudan University. Anion Receptors in Analytical Chemistry Waste Management Anion Templated Reactions References Supramolecular Catalysis of Phosphoryl Anion Transfer Processes Mir Wais Hosseini, Universite Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France Introduction Molecular Recognition of Nucleotides
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Anion Recognition in Supramolecular Chemistry. Editors (view affiliations) Philip A. Gale Synthesis and Anion Recognition Hiromitsu Maeda Acyclic Oligopyrrolic Anion Receptors Jeffery T. Davis Anion Binding and Transport by Prodigiosin and Its Analogs Hemraj Juwarker ∙ Jae-min Suk ∙ Kyu-Sung Jeong Indoles and Related Heterocycles Pavel.
Anion Recognition in Supramolecular Chemistry. Synthesis and Anion Recognition Hiromitsu Maeda Acyclic Oligopyrrolic Anion Receptors Jeffery T. Davis Anion Binding and Transport by Prodigiosin and Its Analogs Hemraj Juwarker ∙ Jae-min Suk ∙ Kyu-Sung Jeong Indoles and Related Heterocycles Pavel Anzenbacher Jr.
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adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86ACited by: This book traces the origins of anion recognition chemistry as a unique sub-field in supramolecular chemistry while illustrating the basic approaches currently being used to effect receptor design.
The combination of biological overview and summary of current synthetic approaches provides a coverage that is both comprehensive and comprehensible. Anion Recognition as a Supramolecular Switch of Cell Internalization.
Journal of the American Chemical Society(1), DOI: /jacs.6b Alireza Azhdari Tehrani, Sedigheh Abedi, Cited by: Get this from a library. Anion recognition in supramolecular chemistry.
[Philip A Gale; W Dehaen; E Alcade;] -- Brett M. Rambo "Eric S. Silver "Christopher W. Bielawski "Jonathan L. Sessler Covalent Polymers Containing Discrete Heterocyclic Anion Receptors Philip A. Gale "Chang-Hee Lee Calix[n]pyrroles as. - molecular recognition - catalysis and transport processes - molecular and supramolecular devices - self-processes By placing the basic concepts into a broader perspective, the author succeeds in inspiring, stimulating and challenging the creative imagination of his reader.
This book traces the origins of anion recognition chemistry as a unique sub-field in supramolecular chemistry while illustrating the basic approaches currently being used to effect receptor design.
The combination of biological overview and summary of current synthetic approaches provides a coverage that is both comprehensive and by: The development of anion coordination chemistry: from recognition to self-assembly.
• Typical anion ligands based on hydrogen bonding. • Anion-coordination-based supramolecular assemblies. • Anion–π interaction and halogen bonding in designing anion ligands and by: Written by a group comprising pioneering researchers from the United States and Europe, Supramolecular Chemistry of Anions covers all theoretical and practical aspects of.
His diverse research interests encompass inorganic chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, coordination of anions, metallo-receptors and thermodynamics of coordination compounds. He has authored over papers and has served as editor of the book "The Supramolecular Chemistry of Anions" with his current co-editors.
Since a variety of urea-based anion receptors have been synthesised, of varying complexity and sophistication. This critical review will focus on some distinctive aspects of anion recognition by urea derivatives, with a special reference to: (i) design and synthesis, (ii) methodologies for the investiga Supramolecular Chemistry of Anionic Species.
Supramolecular chemistry is the domain of chemistry concerning chemical systems composed of a discrete number of strength of the forces responsible for spatial organization of the system range from weak intermolecular forces, electrostatic charge, or hydrogen bonding to strong covalent bonding, provided that the electronic coupling strength remains small relative to the energy.
D.N. Reinhoudt, in Reference Module in Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering, Supramolecular chemistry has developed from early host-guest chemistry to selfassembly of small, low molecular building blocks to lager supramolecular aggregates both in solution, in the solid state, and at interfaces.
The resulting (nano) objects have contributed to the new field of. Building on the pioneering work in supramolecular chemistry from the last 20 years or so, this monograph addresses new and recent approaches to anion coordination chemistry. Synthesis of receptors, biological receptors and metallareceptors, the energetics of anion binding, molecular structures of anion complexes, sensing devices are presented and computational studies addressed to aid with the.
Over the past two decades, ''anion recognition and coordination'' has evolved as the topic of significant interest in the domain of supramolecular chemistry  as anions exist. Anion Recognition in Supramolecular Chemistry. por. Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry (Book 24) ¡Gracias por compartir.
Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : Springer Berlin Heidelberg. The cell internalization of designed oligoarginine peptides equipped with six glutamic acid residues and an anionic pyranine at the N-terminus is triggered upon addition of a supramolecular host.
This host binds specifically to the pyranine moiety, enabling the complex to traverse the cell membrane. Interestingly, none of the components, neither the host nor the guest, are able to cross the Cited by: Anion recognition plays a critical role in a range of biological processes, and a variety of receptors and carriers can be found throughout the natural world.
Chemists working in the area of supramolecular chemistry have created a range of anion receptors, drawing inspiration from nature as well as their own inventive processes.
This book traces the origins of anion recognition chemistry as a.Supramolecular chemistry is a central theme not only in chemistry, but in neighboring disciplines including physics and the biological sciences. The author has introduced this notion and has been awarded the Nobel Prize for his achievements in this area.
He presents here the concepts, lines of development and perspectives of this highly interdisciplinary and burgeoning field of research.