|Statement||edited by Georges Tsoucaris.|
|Series||NATO ASI series. Series C, Mathematical and physical sciences ;, v. 519, NATO ASI series., no. 519.|
|Contributions||Tsoucaris, Georges., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division., NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Current Challenges on Large Supramolecular Assemblies (1997 : Athens, Greece)|
|LC Classifications||QD380 .C87 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 424 p. :|
|Number of Pages||424|
|LC Control Number||98031129|
Current Challenges on Large Supramolecular Assemblies. Editors (view affiliations) 22 Citations; k Downloads; Part of the NATO Science Series book series (ASIC, volume ) Log in to check access. Buy eBook. USD Instant download identifying areas and highlighting approaches by which large Supramolecular (SM) Assemblies can be. Current challenges on large supramolecular assemblies. Dordrecht ; Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, © (OCoLC) Online version: Current challenges on large supramolecular assemblies. Dordrecht ; Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors. Current Challenges on Large Supramolecular Assemblies. [George Tsoucaris] -- There have been several recent breakthroughs in the supramolecular domain: larger molecular components are being synthesised; 2D layers involving multiple recognition sites; crystals with intricate. About this book Collating our current knowledge and the latest developments for enabling breakthrough discoveries, this book focuses on the synthesis and applications of materials that are based on supramolecular assemblies of carbon nanostructures.
Rather than offering a compilation of current trends in supramolecular soft matter, this book bridges the gap between fundamentals and applications of soft matter in organic electronics in an effort to open new directions in research for applying supramolecular assembly into organic materials while also focusing on the morphological functions. Supramolecular assemblies are a different type of large structure, related to macromolecules. In a supermolecular assembly, parts of the structure are held together by very strong interactions, but not necessarily by covalent bonds. This is a challenge problem for students of Chem Explain the large difference in values of K b. Functionalization and Amplification of the Light-Driven Rotation Motion of Molecular Motors by Supramolecular Co-assembly Strategy (A) Light-driven macroscopic rotation of . Self-Assembly in Synthetic Chemistry Over the last few decades many examples of supramolecular assemblies have been reported involving secondary interactions of hydrogen bonding, π-stacking, charge transfer, hydrophilic-hydrophobic, .
The field of supramolecular chemistry has long been known to generate complex materials of different sizes and shapes via the self-assembly of single or multiple low molar mass building blocks. Matching the complexity found in natural assemblies, however, remains a long-term challenge considering its precision in organizing large macromolecules into well-defined nanostructures. Ribbon-like supramolecular arrays are formed in the solid state by simple molecules such as terephthalic acid and isophthalic acid, see: a) Bailey, M. and Brown, C.J. () Acta Crystallogr., Sect. B, . From Preorganization Toward Self-Organization and Programmed Systems: Design. Supramolecular chemistry has first relied on preorganization for the design of molecular receptors effecting molecular recognition, catalysis, and transport processes (1, 2).Supramolecular preorganization also has provided new ways and means to chemical synthesis (1, 7–9). A supramolecular assembly is a complex of molecules held together by noncovalent a supramolecular assembly can be simply composed of two molecules (e.g., a DNA double helix or an inclusion compound), or a defined number of stoichiometrically interacting molecules within a quaternary complex, it is more often used to denote larger complexes composed of indefinite numbers of.