The Pedersen Memorial Issue by R.M. IzattThe Pedersen Memorial Issue by R.M. Izatt

The Pedersen Memorial Issue

byR.M. IzattEditorJ.S. Bradshaw

Paperback | October 29, 2012

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individual can make an enormous difference in science. The effect of his life and work on those of us who contributed papers for this issue and on many others is appreciated and is acknowledged by several of the authors in their individual papers. It is entirely appropriate to honor his memory with this special issue. Department of Chemistry, R. M. IZATT Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602, U.S.A. J. S. BRADSHAW 3 (a) Charles Pedersen on campus at the University of Dayton in the mid-1920's. 4 FOREWORD / f (b) Charles Pedersen in his laboratory at the Experimental Station in 1968. 5 FOREWORD (c) Charles J. Pedersen receiving the Noble Prize, 1987 (© Pressers Bild AB). 6 FOREWORD (d) Charles J. Pedersen, Nobel Laureate 1987 (Photographed by Lief Skoogfors). Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Molecular Recognition in Chemistry 12: 7- 10, 1992. 7 © 1992 Kluwer Academic Publishers. The Discovery of Crown Ethers* CHARLESJ.PEDERSEN I regret that I have nothing new to add to this field in which so many able investigators have obtained interesting results extending the scope of my discovery. So I must resort to old material, perhaps so old that some have forgotten, and some of the younger of you never knew of it. Briefly, I will recount how I discovered the crown ethers and the fun I had doing so [1, 2].
Title:The Pedersen Memorial IssueFormat:PaperbackDimensions:406 pagesPublished:October 29, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

The Discovery of Crown Ethers.- Tbe Productive Scientific Career of Charles Pedersen (October 3, 1904-0ctober 26, 1989).- Free Energy Perturbation Simulations of Cation Binding to Valinomycin.- An Approach to Channel Type Molecular Structures. 1. Synthesis of Bouquet-Shaped Molecules Based on an [18]-O6 Polyether Macrocycle.- Consequences of the 'Pedersen Papers' on Crown Type Chemistry at Würzburg and Bonn Universities: From Heteroaromatic Crowns and Podands to Large Molecular and Crystalline Cavities Including Multisite Receptors. Cascade Molecules, Chromoionophores, Siderophores, Surfactant-Type, and Extreme Ligands.- Conformational Mobility in Chemically-Modified Cyclodextrins.- Högberg Compounds with a Functionalized Box-Like Cavity.- Influence of Quatemary Oniurn Salts, Crown Ethers and Cryptands on Olefin Epoxidations Promoted by HOC1/C1O- in the Presence of Mu(III)-tetrakis(2,6-dichlorophenyl)porphyrin Chloride.- Macrobicyclic Aminals.- Tribracchial Lariat Ethers: Syntheses, Binding, and Formation of an Intramolecular Macroring-Sidearm Complex in the Absence of Any Cation.- Bis(crown ether)s as Na+-K+ ATPase Model in a Liquid Membrane.- Effect of Solvent upon Competitive Liquid-Liquid Extraction of Alkali Metal Cations by Isomeric Dibenzo-16-crown-5-oxyacetie Acids.- Potassium Selective Chromoionophores.- Molecular Dynamics and the Structure of Macrocycles - Solvent Acetonitrile Interactions.- Influence of Solvent Properties on Cation-Macrocycle Complexation: Cesium Cryptates.- Li+(TMPAND)Na-: The First Alkalide Prepared from an Azacage Complexant.- Evaluation of a Direct 1H NMR Method for Determining log K and ?H Values for Crown Ether-Alkylammonium Cation Complexation.- Cation and Anion Coordination Chemistry of Palladium(II) with Polyazacycloalkanes. Thermodynamic and Structural Studies.- The Crystal Structure of Dibenzo-14-Crown-4, a Preorganized Basis of Square Pyramid Coordination for Lithium Ions.- On the Solid-State Conformations of 18-crown-6 Complexes.- Structure and Thermodynamic Aspects of Macrobicyclic Polyether-Metal Ion Interactions.- The Crystal and Molecular Structures of Bridged Spherands: The Host C52H52O8, Its Complex C52H52O8Li+, and the Complexes C50H48O6?Li+ and C52H52O6?Li+.- Complexes between Disubstituted Benzo-15-Crown-5 Ligands and Sodium or Potassium Bromides.- X-Ray Structural Study of a Zine(II) Inclusion Complex of a Phenolate-pendant Cyclam.- Structural Definition of Chemical Templates and the Prediction of New and Unusual Materials.- Announcements.- Author Index.