Supramolecular Chemistry I - Directed Synthesis and Molecular Recognition by J. CanceillSupramolecular Chemistry I - Directed Synthesis and Molecular Recognition by J. Canceill

Supramolecular Chemistry I - Directed Synthesis and Molecular Recognition

byJ. Canceill, J-C. Chambron, A. Collet

Paperback | October 3, 2013

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1. F.H. Kohnke, J. Mathias, J.F. Stoddart: Substrate-Directed Synthesis: The Rapid Assembly of Novel Macropolycyclic Structures via Stereoregular Diels-Alder Oligomerizations 2. S.C. Zimmerman: Rigid Molecular Tweezers as Hosts for the Complexation of Neutral Guests 3. A. Collet, J.-P. Dutasta, B. Lozach, J. Canceill: Cyclotriveratrylenes and Cryptophanes: Their Synthesis and Applications to Host-Guest Chemistry and to the Design of New Materials 4. J.-C. Chambron, Ch.D. Dietrich-Buchecker, S. Misumi: From Classical Chirality to Topologically Chiral Catenands and Knots 5. S. Misumi: Recognitory Coloration ofCations with Chromoacerands 6. D.A. Tomalia, H.D. Durst: GenealogicallyDirected Synthesis: Starburst/Cascade Dendrimers and Hyperbranched Structures
Title:Supramolecular Chemistry I - Directed Synthesis and Molecular RecognitionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:319 pagesPublished:October 3, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Substrate-directed synthesis: The rapid assembly of novel macropolycyclic structures via stereoregular diels-alder oligomerizations.- Rigid molecular tweezers as hosts for the complexation of neutral guests.- Cyclotriveratrylenes and cryptophanes: Their synthesis and applications to host-guest chemistry and to the design of new materials.- From classical chirality to topologically chiral catenands and knots.- Recognitory coloration of cations with chromoacerands.- Genealogically directed synthesis: Starburst/cascade dendrimers and hyperbranched structures.