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Synergy in Supramolecular Chemistry

1st Edition

Edited by Tatsuya Nabeshima

CRC Press

349 pages | 336 B/W Illus.

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Description

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.

Table of Contents

Synergy and Cooperativity in Multi-metal Supramolecular Systems, T. Nabeshima

Hierarchically Assembled Titanium Helicates, Markus Albrecht

Supramolecular Hosts and Catalysts Formed by Self-assembly of Multinuclear Zinc Complexes in Aqueous Solution, Shin Aoki

Supramolecular Assemblies Based on Interionic Interactions, H. Maeda

Supramolecular Synergy in the Formation and Function of Guanosine Quadruplexes, Jeffery T. Davis

On-Surface Chirality in Porous Self-Assembled Monolayers at Liquid-Solid Interface, Kazukuni Tahara, Steven De Feyter, and Yoshito Tobe

Polymeric Architectures Formed by Supramolecular Interactions, T. Haino

Synergy in Self-Assembled Molecular Capsules, Dariush Ajami

Synergistic Effects in Foldamer Design and Properties, Amar Flood

Salt Templated Syntheses of Interlocked Molecules, Bradley Smith

Stabilization of Reactive Species in Supramolecular Architectures, K. Goto

Supramolecular Catalyst Based on Cyclodextrin Derivatives, Y. Takashima and A. Harada

Supramolecular Function of Cyclodextrin Complex Sensors for Ion and Molecule Recognition in Water, T. Hayashita

Cooperativity in Complexation of Dynamic Terephthalamide Hosts for the Design of Chirality-Sensing Systems, T. Suzuki

Lanthanides Driven Self-Assembly Formation of Luminescent Supramolecular Structures, Thorfinnur Gunnlaugsson

Supramolecular Chemistry Strategies for Naked-Eye Detection and Sensing, Kamaljit Singh, Paramjit Kaur, Hiroyuki Miyake, and Hiroshi Tsukube

Synergisms in Lanthanide-Based Supramolecular Luminescent Assays and Sensors, L Loïc, J. Charbonnière, and Aline Nonat

Chemo-Sensitive Soft Matters, S. Amemori, K. Iseda, K. Kokado, and K. Sada

From Fundamental Aspects of Binding Properties in Host–Guest Complexations to Those beyond the Limitation Due to the Law of Mass Action, Keiji Hirose

About the Editor

Tatsuya Nabeshima was born in 1955 in Kumamoto, Japan. He received his B.S. (1979) from The University of Tokyo, M.S. (1981) from the University of Tsukuba, and Ph. D. degrees (1985) from Kyoto University. In 1985, he joined Stanford University as a postdoctoral fellow. After joining the University of Tsukuba as a research associate in 1986, he became Assistant Professor in 1987. He moved to Gunma University as an assistant professor in 1989 and was promoted to Associate Professor in 1991. He returned to the University of Tsukuba as an associate professor in 1995, and was promoted to Professor in 1999. In 2004 he was a Professor of the Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba, and from 2010 to 2012 he was Director of Tsukuba Research Center for Interdisciplinary Materials Science (TIMS), University of Tsukuba. His research interests cover artificial receptors, molecular recognition, artificial allosteric and responding molecular systems, and organic-inorganic supramolecular systems. He received The Chemical Society of Japan Award for Creative Work in 2008.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SCI013000
SCIENCE / Chemistry / General
TEC021000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Material Science