Non-Covalent Multi-Porphyrin Assemblies: Synthesis and Properties / Edition 1

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"This book presents an overview of the synthesis, structure, and properties of molecules obtained by connecting several porphyrins or metalloporphyrins through a variety of chemical linkages. This handsomely produced book gives the reader a broad introduction to this popular and important field. Much of the work encompassed in this area is inspired by the desire to obtain phohemically responsive molecules capable of mimicking various aspects of photosynthesis… As with many edited volumes of this type, there is a certain amount of duplicate coverage of some topics. Also the focus is largely on the methods used to generate the multiporphyrin arrays, and in some cases less attention is given to the properties, other than the structural properties of these arrays. This book can be recommended to readers interested in an up-to-date overview of the multiporphyrin arrays already synthesized, provided that these readers have access to a well-funded library." (Alan L. Balch, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 129 (17), 2007)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540325420
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 6/2/2006
  • Series: Structure and Bonding Series , #121
  • Edition description: 2006
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 308

Table of Contents

I. Bouamaied, T. Coskun, E. Stulz: Axial Coordination to Metalloporphyrins Leading to Multinuclear Assemblies.-

Y. Kobuke: Porphyrin Supramolecules by Self-Complementary Coordination.-

E. Iengo, F. Scandola, E. Alessio: Metal-Mediated Multi-Porphyrin Discrete Assemblies and Their Photoinduced Properties.-

J.T. Hupp: Rhenium-Linked Multiporphyrin Assemblies: Synthesis and Properties.-

G. Ercolani: Thermodynamics of Metal-Mediated Assemblies of Porphyrins.-

L. Flamigni, V. Heitz, J.-P. Sauvage: Porphyrin Rotaxanes and Catenanes: Copper(I)-Templated Synthesis and Photoinduced Processes.-

M.J. Gunter: Multiporphyrin Arrays Assembled Through Hydrogen-Bonding

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