Macromolecular Nanostructured Materials / Edition 1by Norikazu Ueyama
This book presents a detailed account of the synthesis, characterization and application of organic and inorganic macromolecular nanostructured materials. These materials consist of simple organic compounds, inorganic complexes and polymers, and display unique properties such as electrical conductivity ranging from semiconducting to superconducting. Also described… See more details below
This book presents a detailed account of the synthesis, characterization and application of organic and inorganic macromolecular nanostructured materials. These materials consist of simple organic compounds, inorganic complexes and polymers, and display unique properties such as electrical conductivity ranging from semiconducting to superconducting. Also described in the book are the roles of these materials in electrodeposition and gas deposition, as photosensitizers, magnets, macromolecular metal catalysts, sol-gel hybrids, and in biomineralization. The book covers many essential and timely issues involved in the synthesis of nanostructured materials.
Table of Contents1 Precise Synthesis of Supramolecules.- 1.1 An Integrated Systems-oriented Approach to Molecular Electronics.- 1.2 Supramolecular Polymers Containing Cyclodextrin.- 1.3 Cucurbituril: A Versatile “Bead” for Polyrotaxane Synthesis.- 2 Macromolecular Organic Assemblies.- 2.1 Nanometer-size Multispin Macromolecules and Their Magnetic Force Microscopic Images.- 2.2 Synthesis and Characterization of New Highly Soluble Organic Polyimides.- 2.3 “Inorganic” Combinatorial Chemistry Utilizing Sol-Gel Transcription of Gelatinous Organic Superstructures.- 2.4 Development of Organogelators Based on Supramolecular Chemistry.- 2.5 Synthesis and Self-association of Stimuli-responsive Block Copolymers by Living Cationic Polymerization.- 3 Macromolecular Inorganic Assemblies.- 3.1 Spherical, Fibrous Rock- and Sheet-like Noncovalent Polymers.- 3.2 Macromolecular Conjugated Complexes.- 3.3 Polymer-capped Bimetallic Nanoclusters as Active and Selective Catalysts.- 3.4 Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Materials Based on Silsesquioxanes.- 3.5 Protonation-induced Intramolecular Electron Transfer in the Ferrocene-Quinone Conjugated System.- 3.6 Oligomers of Non-natural Metal Complex Amino Acids.- 4 Biological Macromolecular Complexes.- 4.1 Macromolecular Metal Complexes in Biological Systems.- 4.2 Direct Observation of Supramolecular Structures of Biorelated Materials by Atomic Force Microscopy.- 4.3 Analyses of the Nanostructure of Calcium Carbonate Composite in Biominerals of Pinctada fucata.- 4.4 A Novel Triple Helix Consisting of One Polynucleotide and Two Polysaccharide Chains.- 4.5 Physicochemical Properties of Spider Silk—An Approach to Nanostructure.
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