Written by experts in their respective field, this comprehensive reference covers various aspects of supramolecular chemistry in water?from fundamental aspects to applications. It provides readers with a basic introduction to the current understanding of the properties of water and how they influence molecular recognition, and examines the different receptor types available in water and the types of substrates that can be bound. It also looks at areas to where they can be applied, such as materials, optical sensing, medicinal imaging, and catalysis.
Supramolecular Chemistry in Water offers five major sections that address important topics like water properties, molecular recognition, association and aggregation phenomena, optical detection and imaging, and supramolecular catalysis. It covers chemistry and physical chemistry of water; water-mediated molecular recognition; peptide and protein receptors; nucleotide receptors; carbohydrate receptors; and ion receptors. The book also teaches readers all about coordination compounds; self-assembled polymers and gels; foldamers; vesicles and micelles; and surface-modified nanoparticles. In addition, it provides in-depth information on indicators and optical probes, as well as probes for medical imaging.
-Covers, in a timely manner, an emerging area in chemistry that is growing more important every day
-Addresses topics such as molecular recognition, aggregation, catalysis, and more
-Offers comprehensive coverage of everything from fundamental aspects of supramolecular chemistry in water to its applications
-Edited by one of the leading international scientists in the field
Supramolecular Chemistry in Water is a one-stop-resource for all polymer chemists, catalytic chemists, biochemists, water chemists, and physical chemists involved in this growing area of research.
Keywords: supramolecular chemistry; molecular recognition; molecular chemistry; catalysis; supramolecular catalysis; organic chemistry; water properties; aggregation; water chemistry; water receptors; coordination compounds; polymer chemistry
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