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Supramolecular chemistry

Supramolecular chemistry
Supramolecular chemistry
This text provides a concise and fully illustrated introduction to the study of interactions between molecules. Now a fundamental area of chemical research, supramolecular chemistry is important in an array of fields, ranging from the design of extraction agents for environmentally toxic species to the development of new pharmaceuticals. This book is structured in a logical manner and provides an ideal basis for a short lecture course for advanced undergraduate or graduate students. It begins with the general approach to supramolecular chemistry, followed by the specific methods used to bind cationic, anionic, and neutral guests. The discussion is then broadened to encompass the use of these methods to assemble remarkable, eye-catching architectures, and finally, the current and future applications of supramolecular chemistry are outlined. Each chapter concludes with a carefully selected list of leading references, making the book an ideal entry to the field.
0198504470
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Oxford University Press
Beer, Paul D.
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Gale, Philip A.
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Beer, Paul D., Gale, Philip A. and Smith, David K. (1999) Supramolecular chemistry (Oxford Chemistry Primers, 74), Oxford, GB. Oxford University Press, 96pp.

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This text provides a concise and fully illustrated introduction to the study of interactions between molecules. Now a fundamental area of chemical research, supramolecular chemistry is important in an array of fields, ranging from the design of extraction agents for environmentally toxic species to the development of new pharmaceuticals. This book is structured in a logical manner and provides an ideal basis for a short lecture course for advanced undergraduate or graduate students. It begins with the general approach to supramolecular chemistry, followed by the specific methods used to bind cationic, anionic, and neutral guests. The discussion is then broadened to encompass the use of these methods to assemble remarkable, eye-catching architectures, and finally, the current and future applications of supramolecular chemistry are outlined. Each chapter concludes with a carefully selected list of leading references, making the book an ideal entry to the field.

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Published date: 8 April 1999

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Local EPrints ID: 173903
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/173903
ISBN: 0198504470
PURE UUID: 27aa22df-8a70-4f86-bcda-ef2c624096c1
ORCID for Philip A. Gale: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-9751-4910

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Last modified: 19 Sep 2020 01:34

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Author: Paul D. Beer
Author: Philip A. Gale ORCID iD
Author: David K. Smith

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