Templating, Self-Assembly and Self-Organization

Templating, Self-Assembly and Self-Organization

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By (author) Jean-Marie Lehn, By (author) Jerry L. Atwood, By (author) J. E. D. Davies, By (author) D D. MacNicol, By (author) Fritz Vögtle, Edited by J. P. Sauvage, Edited by M W. Hosseini

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  • Publisher: Pergamon
  • Format: Hardback | 685 pages
  • Dimensions: 198mm x 274mm x 46mm | 1,769g
  • Publication date: 19 March 1999
  • Publication City/Country: Amsterdam
  • ISBN 10: 0080427219
  • ISBN 13: 9780080427218

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Volume 9 contains 18 chapters devoted to recent developments in the field of template reactions and self-assembly or self-organization processes. A large variety of approaches is described, spanning transition metal-based template strategies allowing to build more and more complex and functionalized structures, to purely organic procedures. The latter methodology has been applied to the construction of topologically fascinating systems as well as to organized assemblies (biomimetic materials, mesaphases, etc) with well defined structures and specific properties.

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Molecular template effect: historical view, principles, and perspectives (D.H Busch, A.L. Vance, A. Kolchinskii). Transition metals as assembling and templating species: synthesis of catenanes and molecular knots (J.-C. Chambron, C. Dietrich-Buchecker, J.-P. Sauvage). Donor-acceptor template-directed synthesis of catenanes and rotaxanes (D.B. Ambilino, F.M. Raymo, J.F. Stoddart). Templated chemistry of porphyrin oligomers (J.K.M. Sanders). Construction of large aggregates, nanoarchitectures, and polymers via transition metal mediated self-assembly (P.N.W. Baxter). Polynuclear transition metal helicates (E.C. Constable). Self-assembled macrocycles, cages, and catenanes containing transition metals in their backbones (M. Fujita). Towards semiconducting polynuclear bridged complexes incorporating phthalocyanines (U. Drechsler M. Hanack). Molecular architecture and function based on molecular recognition and self-organisation (A. Reichert, H. Ringsdorf, P. Schuhmacher, W. Baumeister, T. Scheybani). Synthetic bilayer membranes: molecular design and molecular organications (T. Kunitake). Synkinetic micellar and vesicular fibers made of amphiphilic lipids and porphyrins (J.-H. Fuhrhop). Controlling peptide architecture via self-assembly and self-organizing molecular processes (M.R. Ghadiri, D.H. Lee). Self-assembled columnar mesophases based on guanine-related molecules (G. Gottarelli, G.P. Spada, A. Garbesi). Layered nanoarchitectures via directed assembly of anionic and cationic molecules (G. Decher). Self-assembly in biomineralization and biomimetic materials chemistry (S. Mann). Hydrogen bonding control of molecular self-assembly: recent advances in design, synthesis, and analysis (J.R. Fredericks, A.D Hamilton). Cyanuric acid and melamine: a platform for the construction of soluble aggregates and crystalline materials (E.E. Simanek, X. Li, I.S. Choi, G.M. Whitesides).