Molecular Self-Assembly: Organic Versus Inorganic Approaches by Makoto FujitaMolecular Self-Assembly: Organic Versus Inorganic Approaches by Makoto Fujita

Molecular Self-Assembly: Organic Versus Inorganic Approaches

byMakoto Fujita

Paperback | October 3, 2013

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Self-assembly is undoubtedly a topic of special interest in current chemistry and is related to very wide scientific areas. Recent progress in this field seems to be featured by the construction of well-defined discrete systems exploiting complementary hydrogen bonding as well as coordination bonding. Seven leading international experts introduce the current topics in this very interesting field, focusing on two major subjects: organic assemblies and inorganic assemblies. All researchers who are interested in molecular recognition, material science, nanotechnology, and supramolecular chemistry will welcome this book as an inspiring source for creative research ideas.
Title:Molecular Self-Assembly: Organic Versus Inorganic ApproachesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:254 pagesPublished:October 3, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3662143062

ISBN - 13:9783662143063

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Table of Contents

Organic Assemblies.- The Utilization of Persistent H-Bonding Motifs in the Self-Assembly of Supramolecular Architectures.- Controlling Hydrogen Bonding: From Molecular Recognition to Organogelation.- Heteroaromatic Modules for Self-Assembly Using Multiple Hydrogen Bonds.- Hydrogen-Bonded Liquid Crystals: Molecular Self-Assembly for Dynamically Functional Materials.- Inorganic Assemblies.- Synergistic Effect of Serendipity and Rational Design in Supramolecular Chemistry.- Molecular Paneling Through Metal-Directed Self-Assembly.- Pythagorean Harmony in the World of Metal Oxygen Clusters of the Mo11 Type: Giant Wheels and Spheres both Based on a Pentagonal Type Unit.