Über den Autor
Karsten Gloe (Editor) is Professor of Coordination Chemistry at the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, TU Dresden, Germany.
Contributions of the International Symposium on Macrocyclic Chemistry to the Development of Macrocyclic Chemistry; R.M. Izatt, K. Pawlak and J. S. Bradshaw From Functionalised Catenanes, Rotaxanes and Knots to Higher Interwined Assemblies; O. Lukin and F. Vögtle Towards Functional Macrocycles: Self-Assembly and Template Strategies; C.A. Schalley, H.T. Baytekin and B. Baytekin Recent Developments in the Synthesis and d-Block Chemistry of Linked Multi-Ring Macrocyclic Ligands; L.F. Lindoy Binding and Structural Aspects of Nitrile- and Amino-Functionalised Pendant Arm Derivatives of 1,4,7-Triazacyclononane (aneN3 ); M. Schröder and V. Lippolis Azamacrocyclic Systems with Different Supramolecular Functions; B. König and J. Svoboda Sensing, Templation and Self-Assembly by Macrocyclic Ligand Systems; P. D. Beer and W.W.H. Wong Signalling Reversible Anion Binding in Aqueous Media; R. Dickens and D. Parker Ion-Pair Recognition by Ditopic Macrocyclic Receptors; B.D. Smith Cyclic and Acyclic Amidopyrrole Containing Anion Receptors; S.J. Brooks and P.A. Gale Structural Aspects of Halides with Cryptands; MD. A. Hossain, S.O. Kang and K. Bowman-James Oxoanion Selectivity with Protonated Azacryptate Hosts: The Influence of Hydration of Structure and Stability; J. Nelson, V. McKee and R.M. Town Cyclodextrin Combinations with Azocompounds; E. Lubock, Z. Poleska-Muchlado, M. Jamrogiewicz and J. Biernat Ru(II) and Os(II) Complexes of a Shape-Persistent Macrocyclic Ligand: Synthesis, Photophysical Properties and Electrochemical Characterization; M. Venturi, V. Balzani, F. Marchioni, D. M. Opris, P. Franke and A.-D.Schlüter Macrocyclic Systems with Photoswitchable Functions; O.A. Fedorova, E.N. Ushakov, Y. V. Fedorov, Y.P. Strokach and S.P. Gromov ModelSystems for Biological Processes; G.W. Gokel, W.M. Leevy and M.E. Weber Recognition of Cytochrome CBY Tetraphenylporphyrin Based Protein Surface Receptors; R.K. Jain, L.K. Tsou and A.D. Hamilton Supramolecular Complexes with Macrocycles: Surprises and Insights; H.-J. Schmeider Calorimetry: An Indispensible Tool in the Design of Molecular Hosts; F.P. Schmidtchen Modeling of Macrocyclic Ligand Complexes; P. Comba and B. Martin Simulations of the Dynamics of 18-Crown-6 and Its Complexes: From the Gas Phase to Aqueous Interfaces with SC-CO2 and a Room-Temperature Ionic Liquid; A. Chaumont, R. Schurhammer, P. Vayssière and G. Wipff Application of Macrocyclic Ligands to Analytical Chromoatography; J.D. Lamb and J.S. Gardner Ligand Design for Base Metal Recovery; P.A. Tasker and V. Gasperov Use of Macrocycles in Nuclear-Waste Cleanup: A Real-World Application of a Calixxrown in Cesium Separation Technology; B.A. Moyer, J.F. Birdwell, Jr., P.V. Bonnesen and L.H. Delmau Texaphyrin Conjugates, Progress Towards Second Generation Diagnostic and Therapeutic Agents; W.-H. Wei, M.E. Fountain, J.L. Sessler, D.J. Magda, Z. Wang and Richard A. Miller Appendix: Coloured Figures of Chapters 3,7,8,11,12,17,21,23,24
Macrocyclic Chemistry: Current Trends and Future Perspectives illustrates essential concepts in this expanding research field covering both basic and applied studies. Written by well-known experts from around the world, the topics of the chapters range from new macrocyclic architectures with different functions and self-assembly processes through to the modeling and dynamics of such systems. The content also reflects on application possibilities in analytical chemistry, separation processes, material preparation and medicine. Thus this book serves as a creative source of research strategies and methodic tools.
Providing an excellent overview of the field, this book will be a valuable resource for researchers in industry and academic institutions as well as for teachers of science and graduate students.
This book is devoted to the long-standing tradition of the International Symposia on Macrocyclic Chemistry (ISMC) and published to coincide with the 30th meeting, Dresden, Germany.
An overview of essential concepts in supramolecular chemistry covering basic and applied reseach work
Combines the state of the art in research and future application options
A creative source of research strategies and tools
Includes a broad discussion of recent literature
Stimulates future research work
Chapters written by well-known experts