Supramolecular Organization and Materials Design

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Overview

Supramolecular chemistry deals with the design, synthesis, and study of molecular structures held together by non-covalent interactions. Structures of this type are ubiquitous in nature and are frequently used as blueprints for the design of synthetic equivalents. This reference demonstrates the seminal importance of supramolecular chemistry and self-organization in the design and synthesis of novel organic materials, inorganic materials, and biomaterials. With contributions from leading workers in the field, the book shows how the bottom-up approach of supramolecular chemistry can be used not only to synthesize new materials, but to operate specific molecular devices as well.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780521662406
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 12/28/2001
  • Pages: 456
  • Product dimensions: 6.85 (w) x 9.72 (h) x 1.18 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Assembly and mineralization processes in biomineralization Lia Addadi, Elia Beniash and Steve Weiner; 2. Mesoscale materials synthesis and beyond Ivana Soten and Geoffrey A. Ozin; 3. Towards the rational design of zeolite frameworks Paul Wagner and Mark E. Davis; 4. Mesoscale self-assembly Ned Bowden, Joe Tien, Wilhelm T. S. Huck and George M. Whitesides; 5. Design of amphiphiles for the modulation of catalytic membranous and gelation properties Santanu Bhattacharya; 6. Nanofabrication by the surface sol-gel process and molecular imprinting Izumi Kunitake, Sueng-Woo Lee and Toyoki Ichinose; 7. The hierarchy of open-framework structures in metal phosphates and oxalates Srinivasan Natarajan and C. N. R. Rao; 8. Mesoscale self-assembly of metal nanocrystals into ordered arrays and giant clusters G. U. Kulkarni, P. John Thomas and C. N. R. Rao; 9. Layered double hydroxides as templates for the formations of organic-inorganic supramolecular structures Steven P. Newman and William Jones; 10. Molecular machines Francisco M. Raymo and J. Fraser Stoddart; 11. Some aspects of supramolecular design of organic materials Uday Maitra and R. Balasubramanian; 12. Controlling crystal architecture in molecular solids Andrew D. Bond and William Jones.

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