Encyclopedia of Supramolecular Chemistry, Volume 1

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J. L. Atwood, Jonathan W. Steed
CRC Press, 2004 - 1670 pages
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Offering centralized information on the topic of Crystallizing, this encyclopaedia presents supramolecular advancements and methods in the areas of chemistry, biochemistry, biology, environmental and materials science and engineering, physics, computer science, and applied mathematics. It is designed for specialists and students alike.
 

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Contents

Alkali Metal Cations in Biochemistry
1
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Alkalides and Electrides
12
Polymorphism
15
The Allosteric Effect
20
Amide and UreaBased Anion Receptors
31
Applications
42
Ion Channels and Their Models 742 Porphyrin Derivatives Functional
48
Applications Jozsef Szejtli
405
Definition and Scope Carlo Thilgen Vladimir A Azov
414
Endoacidic Endobasic and Endolipophilic Cavities Andrew C Benniston
424
Dendrimers Charles N Moorefield George R Newkome Amaresh Mishra
432
Deoxycholic Cholic and Apocholic Acids Mikiji Miyata Kazuki Soda
441
The Diphenylmethane Moiety Antonio Garcia Martinez Jose Osio Barcina
452
DNA as a Supramolecular Scaffold Alexandra L Pickering Leroy Cronin
467
DNA Nanotechnology Nadrian C Seeman
475

AnionDirected Assembly
51
Isostructurality of Inclusion Compounds 767 Protonated AzaMacrocycles
57
Annulenes
59
Anticrowns
68
Artificial Enzymes
76
Aurophilic Interactions
82
Biological Ligands
88
SolidState ReactivityTopochemistry Leonard R MacGillivray Giannis S Papaefstathiou 1316
100
Biological Models and Their Characteristics
101
Biomaterials
110
BondStretch Isomerism
120
Brillouin Scattering
129
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145
Synthesis
150
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153
The Cambridge Structural Database
161
Carbohydrates Recognition of
169
Carbonic Anhydrase Models
178
Carcerands and Hemicarcerands
189
Catenanes and Other Interlocked Molecules
206
Micelles and Vesicles 861 SelfAssembly in Biochemistry
213
Cation7t Interactions
215
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219
Channel Inclusion Compounds
223
Chemical Topology
229
Chiral Guest Recognition
236
Vitamin Bi2 and Heme Models Sabine Van Doorslaer 1569
244
Chiral Induction
245
Classical Descriptions
253
Classification and Nomenclature
261
Clathrate Hydrates
274
Index
278
Occurrence Uses
281
Clathrate Inclusion Compounds
289
Collagens
295
Complexation of Fullerenes
302
Concave Reagents
311
Concepts in Crystal Engineering
319
Crown Ethers
326
Cryptands Bernard Dietrich
334
Molecular Modeling and Related Neutral Molecules
339
Molecular Containers K Travis Holman
340
Crystal Deconstruction Fabrizia Grepioni Dario Braga
349
Crystal Engineering with Hydrogen Bonds Dario Braga Fabrizia Grepioni
357
Crystal Growth Mechanisms Nicholas Blagden
364
Crystal Structure Prediction Sarah L Price
371
Crystalline Microporous Silicas Hermann Gies Bernd Marler
380
Racks Ladders and Grids Marius Andruh 1186
389
Cucurbituril Its Homologues and Derivatives Kimoon Kim HeeJoon Kim
390
Molecular Squares Boxes and Cubes 909
395
Cyclodextrins Jozsef Szejtli
398
Drug Delivery Saad A M Ali
484
Drug Design Chung F Wong J Andrew McCammon
490
Dye Inclusion Crystals Bart Kahr SeiHum Jang
497
Electrochemical Sensors James H R Tucker
505
Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Gunnar Jeschke
520
Molecular Switches 917 Resonance Spectroscopy
527
Emergence of Life Pall Thordarson
528
Energy and Electron Transfer in Supramolecular Systems Jonathan L Sessler
535
Enzyme Mimics Anatoly K Yatsimirsky
546
Characteristics and Mechanisms Nicholas C Price Adrian J Lapthom
554
Fluorescence Sensing of Anions Kihang Choi Andrew D Hamilton
566
Fluorescent Sensors A Prasanna de Silva Gareth D McClean Thomas S Moody
572
Preparation Detection and Structures
579
Gels Jan H van Esch Ben L Feringa
586
GlycolurilBased Hosts Johannes A A W Elemans Alan E Rowan Roeland J M Nolle
597
Gossypol Bakhtiyar T Ibragimov Samat A Talipov
606
GuanidiniumBased Anion Receptors Eric V Anslyn Suzanne L Tobey
615
Halogen Bonding Pierangelo Metrangolo Giuseppe Resnati
628
O2 Uptake and Transport Timothy Sage
636
HofmannType Clathrates Toschitake Iwamoto
645
Hydrogen Bonding Gautam R Desiraju
658
Hydrogen Bonds to Metals and Metal Hydrides Robert H Crabtree
666
Hydrophobic Effects HansJorg Schneider
673
Hydroquinone Thomas C W Mak ChiKeung Lam
679
Imaging and Targeting Stephen Faulkner Rebecca J Aarons
687
Selectivity Thermal Stability and Kinetics Luigi R Nassimbeni
696
Inclusion Reactions and Polymerization Mikiji Miyata
705
Incommensurate and Commensurate Structures Kenneth D M Harris
712
Inelastic Neutron Scattering Marc Bee
727
Interpenetration Stuart R Batten
735
Ion Channels and Their Models Karycia D D Mitchell Thomas M Fyles
742
Ionic Dipolar and Interfacial Processes Cyan P Johari
753
lonophores Riccardo Ferdani George W Gokel
760
Isostructurality of Inclusion Compounds Mino R Cairo
767
Kinetics of Complexation Donal H Macartney
776
Lariat Ethers George W Gokel
782
Layered Supramolecular Solids and Their Intercalates George K H Shimizu
791
Light Scattering Robin E Westacott Carolyn A Koh
799
The Lock and Key Principle Anatoly K Yatsimirsky
809
Luminescent Materials Suning Wang Corey Seward
816
Macrocycle Synthesis Bernard Dietrich
830
Mesoporous Materials Sheng Dai Craig E Barnes
845
Mesoporous Silica and SilicaOrganic Hybrids Abdelhamid Sayari
852
Micelles and Vesicles Raoul Tana
861
Mineralomimetic Structures Toschitake Iwamoto
868
Molecular Biomimetics Philip Ball
879
Molecular Wires 925 SolidState ReactivityTopochemistry
886
Molecular Clefts and Tweezers Michael Harmata
887
Photochemical Sensors 1053 Supramolecular Isomerism
893
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