Separations and Reactions in Organic Supramolecular Chemistry: Perspectives in Supramolecular Chemistry / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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A new volume in the "Perspectives in Supramolecular Chemistry"series focusing on separating supramolecular structures, a key stepin supramolecular chemistry.
- Two guest editors have been at the forefront of the developmentof chromatographical methods to deal with supramolecularsystems.
- Reactions of supramolecular structures show the way into thefuture of chemistry.
- Fumio Toda is one of the driving forces in the development ofsupramolecular separation systems.
- A practical title in the prestigious “Perspectives inSupramolecular Chemistry” series.
Table of Contents
1. Inclusion Complexation as a Tool in Resolution of Racematesand Separation of Isomers (Zofia Urbanczyk-Lipkowska and FumioToda).
2. Enantiomer Ordering and Separation During Molecular Inclusion(Roger Bishop).
3. Molecular Recognition of Crystalline Dipeptides and ItsApplication to Separation (Katsuyuki Ogura and MotohiroAkazome).
4. Separation of Isomers and Enantiomers by Bile AcidDerivatives (Mikiji Miyata, Nungruethai Yoswathananont, KazunoriNakano and Kazuki Sada).
5. Physicochemical Studies of Separation of Isomers bySupramolecular Systems (Luigi R. Nassimbeni).
6. Regioselective Synthesis of Fullerene Derivatives andSeparation of Isomers of the Higher Fullerenes (L. Echegoyen, M. A.Herranz, F. Diederich and C. Thilgen).
7. Selective Reactions in Inclusion Crystals (ZofiaUrbanczyk-Lipkowska and Fumio Toda).
8. Supramolecular Control of Reactivity in the Solid State UsingLinear Templates (Leonard R. MacGillivray).
9. Development of a New Biocide as an Inclusion Complex (MinoruYagi, Ayako Sekikawa and Tetsuya Aoki).
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What People are Saying About This
"…this book gives a good overview of this particular research…a useful addition to the reference collections of libraries." (Journal of the American Chemical Society, May 25, 2005)
“This book will be useful for all scientists working in the areas of inclusion complexation or fullerene chemistry.” (Applied Organometallic Chemistry, March 2005)