Supramolecular Engineering of Synthetic Metallic Materials: Conductors and Magnets by Jaume VecianaSupramolecular Engineering of Synthetic Metallic Materials: Conductors and Magnets by Jaume Veciana

Supramolecular Engineering of Synthetic Metallic Materials: Conductors and Magnets

byJaume VecianaEditorConcepci Rovira, David Brian Amabillino

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The creation of molecular materials that have desired electrical conductance and magnetic properties demands the precise arrangement of molecules in the solid state. Such controlled arrangement has been achieved very elegantly by supramolecular chemists, especially those practising crystal engineering.
This book, which presents articles by foremost experts in crystal engineering, molecular conductors and magnetic magnetism, reveals the results of an interdisciplinary union that may well have a profound influence on the future of materials science. Theoretical studies reveal potential areas of interest for those investigating molecular conductors and magnets, as well as materials that exhibit both properties.
A unique survey of the state of the art appealing to all those doing research in supramolecular chemistry and materials science.
Title:Supramolecular Engineering of Synthetic Metallic Materials: Conductors and MagnetsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:493 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.01 inPublished:October 11, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401062226

ISBN - 13:9789401062220

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Preface. List of Contributors. Some Current Challenges in Crystal Engineering; A. Nangia, et al. Structural and Crystallographic Aspects of Supramolecular Engineering. Structure-Property Relations, Polymorphism and Crystal Growth; J. Bernstein. The Computer Prediction of the Assembling of Organic Molecules into Crystals: A Perspective; A. Gavezzotti, G. Filippini. Molecular Networks: An Approach to Coordination Polymers; C. Kaes, M.W. Hosseini. The Prediction and Production of Polar Molecular Materials: From Markov's Theory to Crystal Growth; J. Hulliger, et al. NMR Spectroscopy and the Development of Structural Models for Crystalline Supramolecular Solids - Applications to p-tert-butylcalix[4]arenes; J.A. Ripmeester. Crystal Engineering of Purely Organic Molecular Magnets: What Can ab initio Computations Tell Us? J.J. Novoa, et al. Hysteresis and Memory Effect in Supramolecular Chemistry; O. Kahn, et al. Tunable Nitroxide Free Radical Ligands: From Zero- to Two-Dimensional Metal-Radical Networks; P. Rey, D. Luneau. Examples of Supramolecular Coordination Compounds and Their Supramolecular Functions; S. Decurtins, et al. Manganoporphyrin TCNE Electron Transfer Complexes - Structure Function Correlations; J.S. Miller, E.J. Brandon. Dithiadiazolyl Radicals as Molecular Bricks for High Tc Organic Magnets; G. Antorrena, et al. Host-Guest Interactions for Tuning the Magnetic Coupling in Metal Ion Clusters; G.L. Abbati, et al. Exotic Crystal Structures and Magnetic Properties of Nitronyl Nitroxide Cation Radical Salts. Collapse of Spin-Gap Ground State in Distorted Antiferromagnetic Kagome Lattices; K. Awaga, et al. Conductivity, Chirality and Conductivity in Layer Molecular Magnets; P. Day. Molecular Conductors and Magnets: Structure-Property Relationships; M. Kurmoo, et al. Hybrid Materials Formed by Two Molecular Networks. Magnetic Conductors, Magnetic Multilayers and Magnetic Films; M. Clemente-León, et al. Interplay of Conductivity and Magnetism in BETS-Derived Compounds. (BETS = bis(ethylenedithio)tetraselenafulvalene); P. Cassoux, H. Kobayashi. The Flexibility of Molecular Components as a Tool in the Construction of Conducting and Magnetic Systems; M. Fourmigué, B. Domercq. Hydrogen Bonding and Transport Properties of Molecular Conductors; E. Canadell. Insight into the Behavior of M(TCNQ)n (n = 1, 2) Crystalline Solids and Films: X-Ray, Magnetic and Conducting Properties; H. Zhao, et al. Tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) Derivatives as Versatile Building Blocks: From Metals to Spin Ladders; C. Rovira. Novel Hyper Electron-Accepting Molecules for Development of Organic Materials; F. Wudl, et al. Low-Dimensional Organic Superconductors &kgr;-(BEDT-TTF)2Cu[N(CN)2]X, where X = Br0.5Cl0.5, Br0.7Cl0.3 and Br0.9£/YY£0.1; R.P. Shibaeva, et al. Tetrathiafulvalenes: Building Blocks in Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry; J. Becher, et al. A New Range of Functionalised Tetrathiafulvalenes and Their Cation Radical Salts: Synthetic and Solid State Studies; M.R. Bryce, et al. New Tetrathiafulvalenes for Advanced Materials; A. Gorgues, et al. Metal Phosphonate Langmuir-Blodgett Films: Magnetic Monolayers and Organic/Inorganic Dual Network Assemblies; G.E. Fanucci, et al. Supramolecular Engineering of Conducting Thin Films by Covalently Hinging Electroactive Molecular Surfactants; T. Bjørnholm, et al. Subject Index.