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The chemistry of crown ethers and crown-like compounds is about twenty-five years old. It is a good time not only to assess the development of the field but also to map out where crown-compound research will lead.
Top-level researchers from around the world have contributed chapters to this book, which presents state-of-the-art views on crown-compound research.
The book identifies areas of the field where, in all likelihood, research and applications will flourish.
Feeble Forces and Flexible Frameworks/
Redox-Active Polyether Ligands/
The Ins and Outs of Macromolecules/
Tailoring Macrocycles for Medical Applications/
Computer Modelling of Metal-Containing Macrocyclic Ligand Systems - the Present and the Future/
Design of New Macrocyclic Polyamine Ligands Beyond Cyclam to Control Redox Properties of Metal Ions/
Preorganization and Molecular Recognition in Binuclear Macrocyclic and Macrobicyclic Complexes/
Developments in the Field of Functionalized Tetraazamacrocycles/
Working on the cyclam framework to Take Advantage of the Redox Activity of the Bound Metal Center/
Towards More Preorganized Macrocycles/
Tailormade Large Molecular Cavities for the selective Complexation of Organic and Inorganic Guests/
Enantiomeric Recognition in Macrocycle-Primary Ammonium Cation Systems/
Molecule and Cation Recognition by Synthetic Host Molecules/
Synthesis and Chemistry of Macrocyclic Sulfides/
Crown Thioether Chemistry and its Biomedical Applications/
From Crowns to Torands and Beyond