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Encyclopedia of Supramolecular Chemistry

Edited by: Jerry L. Atwood , Jonathan W. Steed , Yasuhiro Aoyama , Vincenzo Balzani , Gautam R. Desiraju , Philip A. Gale , George W. Gokel , Kenneth D. M. Harris , M. Wais Hosseini , Janusz Lipkowski , Luigi R. Nassimbeni , Colin L. Raston , Julius Rebek , David N. Reinhoudt , John A. Ripmeester , Robin D. Rogers , James H. R. Tucker , Michael Zaworotko

Print publication date:  May  2004
Online publication date:  October  2013

Print ISBN: 9780824750565
eBook ISBN: 9781482258165
Adobe ISBN:

10.1081/E-ESMC
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The two-volume Encyclopedia of Supramolecular Chemistry offers authoritative, centralized information on a rapidly expanding interdisciplinary field. User-friendly and high-quality articles parse the latest supramolecular advancements and methods in the areas of chemistry, biochemistry, biology, environmental and materials science and engineering, physics, computer science, and applied mathematics. Designed for specialists and students alike, the set covers the fundamentals of supramolecular chemistry and sets the standard for relevant future research.

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Table of contents

Chapter  1:  Ab initio Calculations on Supramolecular Systems Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Alkali Metal Cations in Biochemistry Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Alkalides and Electrides Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Amide‐ and Urea‐Based Anion Receptors Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Amino Acids: Applications Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Amperometric Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Anion Extraction Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Anion‐Directed Assembly Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Annulenes Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Anticrowns Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Artificial Enzymes Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Artificial Photosynthesis Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Aurophilic Interactions Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Biological Ligands Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Biological Models and Their Characteristics Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Biomaterials Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Biosensors Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Bond‐Stretch Isomerism Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Brillouin Scattering Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Calixarenes and Their Analogues: Cation Complexation Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Calixarenes and Their Analogues: Molecular Complexation Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Calixarenes: Synthesis and Historical Perspectives Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Carbohydrates, Recognition of Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Carbonic Anhydrase Models Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Carboxypeptidase A Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Carcerands and Hemicarcerands Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Catalytic Antibodies Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Catenanes and Other Interlocked Molecules Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Cation–π Interactions Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Cavitands Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Channel Inclusion Compounds Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Chelate, Macrocyclic, and Macrobicyclic Effects Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Chemical Recognition and Sensing by Self-Organization Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Chemical Topology Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Chiral Guest Recognition Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Chiral Induction Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Classical Descriptions of Inclusion Compounds Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Classification and Nomenclature of Supramolecular Compounds Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Clathrate Hydrates Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Clathrate Hydrates: Occurrence, Uses, and Problems Download PDF
Chapter  41:  Clathrate Inclusion Compounds, Phase Transitions in Download PDF
Chapter  42:  Collagens Download PDF
Chapter  43:  Complexation of Fullerenes Download PDF
Chapter  44:  Concave Reagents Download PDF
Chapter  45:  Concepts in Crystal Engineering Download PDF
Chapter  46:  Coordination Clusters Download PDF
Chapter  47:  Coordination Polymers Download PDF
Chapter  48:  Crown Ethers Download PDF
Chapter  49:  Cryptands Download PDF
Chapter  50:  Cryptophanes: Molecular Containers Download PDF
Chapter  51:  Crystal Deconstruction Download PDF
Chapter  52:  Crystal Engineering with Hydrogen Bonds Download PDF
Chapter  53:  Crystal Growth Mechanisms Download PDF
Chapter  54:  Crystal Structure Prediction Download PDF
Chapter  55:  Crystalline Microporous Silicas Download PDF
Chapter  56:  Cucurbituril, Its Homologues and Derivatives Download PDF
Chapter  57:  Cyclamers and Related Solid Self‐Assembled Hosts Download PDF
Chapter  58:  Cyclodextrins Download PDF
Chapter  59:  Cyclodextrins: Applications Download PDF
Chapter  60:  Cyclophanes: Definition and Scope Download PDF
Chapter  61:  Cyclophanes: Endoacidic, Endobasic, and Endolipophilic Cavities Download PDF
Chapter  62:  DNA Nanotechnology Download PDF
Chapter  63:  DNA as a Supramolecular Scaffold Download PDF
Chapter  64:  Dendrimers Download PDF
Chapter  65:  Deoxycholic, Cholic, and Apocholic Acids Download PDF
Chapter  66:  Diamondoid Networks Download PDF
Chapter  67:  Disorder and Diffuse Scattering Download PDF
Chapter  68:  Ditopic Receptors Download PDF
Chapter  69:  Drug Delivery Download PDF
Chapter  70:  Drug Design Download PDF
Chapter  71:  Dye Inclusion Crystals Download PDF
Chapter  72:  Dynamic Covalent Chemistry in Fragment-Based Drug Discovery Download PDF
Chapter  73:  Electrochemical Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  74:  Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence (ECL) Download PDF
Chapter  75:  Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Download PDF
Chapter  76:  Emergence of Life Download PDF
Chapter  77:  Energy and Electron Transfer in Supramolecular Systems Download PDF
Chapter  78:  Enzyme Mimics Download PDF
Chapter  79:  Enzymes: Characteristics and Mechanisms Download PDF
Chapter  80:  Fluorescence Sensing of Anions Download PDF
Chapter  81:  Fluorescent Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  82:  Fullerenes as Encapsulating Hosts: Preparation, Detection, and Structures of Endohedral Fullerenes Download PDF
Chapter  83:  Functionalized Helicates Download PDF
Chapter  84:  G Protein‐Coupled Receptors Download PDF
Chapter  85:  Gels Download PDF
Chapter  86:  Glycoluril‐Based Hosts Download PDF
Chapter  87:  Gossypol Download PDF
Chapter  88:  Guanidinium‐Based Anion Receptors Download PDF
Chapter  89:  Halogen Bonding Download PDF
Chapter  90:  Halogen Bonding: From Organic to Inorganic Chemistry Download PDF
Chapter  91:  Hemoglobins: O Uptake and Transport Download PDF
Chapter  92:  Hofmann‐Type Clathrates Download PDF
Chapter  93:  Homocalixarenes Download PDF
Chapter  94:  Hydrogen Bonding Download PDF
Chapter  95:  Hydrogen Bonds to Metals and Metal Hydrides Download PDF
Chapter  96:  Hydrophobic Effects Download PDF
Chapter  97:  Hydroquinone Download PDF
Chapter  98:  Imaging and Targeting Download PDF
Chapter  99:  Imprinted Polymers Download PDF
Chapter  100:  Inclusion Compounds: Selectivity, Thermal Stability, and Kinetics Download PDF
Chapter  101:  Inclusion Reactions and Polymerization Download PDF
Chapter  102:  Incommensurate and Commensurate Structures Download PDF
Chapter  103:  Indicator Displacement Assay (IDA) Download PDF
Chapter  104:  Induced Fit Download PDF
Chapter  105:  Inelastic Neutron Scattering Download PDF
Chapter  106:  Interpenetration Download PDF
Chapter  107:  Ion Channels and Their Models Download PDF
Chapter  108:  Ionic, Dipolar, and Interfacial Processes Download PDF
Chapter  109:  Ionophores Download PDF
Chapter  110:  Ion‐Selective Electrodes Download PDF
Chapter  111:  Isostructurality of Inclusion Compounds Download PDF
Chapter  112:  Isothermal Titration Calorimetry Download PDF
Chapter  113:  Kinetics of Complexation Download PDF
Chapter  114:  Lariat Ethers Download PDF
Chapter  115:  Layered Supramolecular Solids and Their Intercalates Download PDF
Chapter  116:  Light Scattering Download PDF
Chapter  117:  Liquid Clathrates Download PDF
Chapter  118:  Liquid Crystals Download PDF
Chapter  119:  Luminescent Materials Download PDF
Chapter  120:  Luminescent Probes Download PDF
Chapter  121:  MPFs (Metal–Peptide Frameworks) Download PDF
Chapter  122:  Macrocycle Synthesis Download PDF
Chapter  123:  Macromolecular Crystallography Download PDF
Chapter  124:  Main‐Group Supramolecular Coordination Chemistry Download PDF
Chapter  125:  Mesoporous Materials Download PDF
Chapter  126:  Mesoporous Silica and Silica–Organic Hybrids Download PDF
Chapter  127:  Metal-Organic Hydrogen Bond Donor Receptors for Anions Download PDF
Chapter  128:  Metallo-Supramolecular Polymers Download PDF
Chapter  129:  Metal‐Containing Molecular Gels Download PDF
Chapter  130:  Micelles and Vesicles Download PDF
Chapter  131:  Mineralomimetic Structures Download PDF
Chapter  132:  Modulated Structures Download PDF
Chapter  133:  Molecular Biomimetics Download PDF
Chapter  134:  Molecular Clefts and Tweezers Download PDF
Chapter  135:  Molecular Logic Gates Download PDF
Chapter  136:  Molecular Machines Download PDF
Chapter  137:  Molecular Modeling and Related Computational Techniques Download PDF
Chapter  138:  Molecular Recognition with Dipyrrinones and Pyrrole-Based Derivatives Download PDF
Chapter  139:  Molecular Squares, Boxes, and Cubes Download PDF
Chapter  140:  Molecular Switches Download PDF
Chapter  141:  Molecular Wires Download PDF
Chapter  142:  Molecular‐Level Machines Download PDF
Chapter  143:  Naked Anion Effect Download PDF
Chapter  144:  Nanocasting Strategies and Porous Materials Download PDF
Chapter  145:  Nanostructures: Bottom-Up Approach Download PDF
Chapter  146:  Nanotechnology: A Top–Down Approach Download PDF
Chapter  147:  Neutron Diffraction Download PDF
Chapter  148:  Nomenclature in Crystal Engineering Download PDF
Chapter  149:  Nonlinear Optical Materials Download PDF
Chapter  150:  Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Download PDF
Chapter  151:  Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Spectroscopy Download PDF
Chapter  152:  O Uptake and Transport, Models of Download PDF
Chapter  153:  Organic Light‐Emitting Diodes Download PDF
Chapter  154:  Organic Zeolites Download PDF
Chapter  155:  Organometallic Anion Receptors Download PDF
Chapter  156:  Organometallic Oligomers and Polymers Download PDF
Chapter  157:  Peptide Nanotubes Download PDF
Chapter  158:  Phase‐Transfer Catalysis in Environmentally Benign Reaction Media Download PDF
Chapter  159:  Photochemical Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  160:  Photomagnetism in Molecular Materials Download PDF
Chapter  161:  Photophysical and Photochemical Methods Download PDF
Chapter  162:  Phthalocyanines Download PDF
Chapter  163:  Platonic and Archimedean Solids Download PDF
Chapter  164:  Podands Download PDF
Chapter  165:  Polarity Formation: Markov Chain Model Download PDF
Chapter  166:  Polymorphism Download PDF
Chapter  167:  Porphyrin Derivatives, Functional Download PDF
Chapter  168:  Porphyrin‐Based Clathrates Download PDF
Chapter  169:  Potentiometric Titration Download PDF
Chapter  170:  Preorganization and Complementarity Download PDF
Chapter  171:  Protein Supramolecular Chemistry Download PDF
Chapter  172:  Protein Surface Recognition Download PDF
Chapter  173:  Proton Transfer Reactions Download PDF
Chapter  174:  Protonated Aza‐Macrocycles for Anion Complexation Download PDF
Chapter  175:  Pyrrole‐ and Polypyrrole‐Based Anion Receptors Download PDF
Chapter  176:  Racks, Ladders, and Grids Download PDF
Chapter  177:  Receptors for Biological Anions Download PDF
Chapter  178:  Rotaxanes and Pseudorotaxanes Download PDF
Chapter  179:  Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Download PDF
Chapter  180:  Secondary Bonding Download PDF
Chapter  181:  Second‐Sphere Coordination Download PDF
Chapter  182:  Selectivity: Thermodynamic and Kinetic Download PDF
Chapter  183:  Self-Assembled Metallo-Capsules Based on Cavitands Download PDF
Chapter  184:  Self-Assembled Monolayers Download PDF
Chapter  185:  Self-Assembly: Guanine Nucleobases Download PDF
Chapter  186:  Self‐Assembling Capsules Download PDF
Chapter  187:  Self‐Assembling Catenanes Download PDF
Chapter  188:  Self‐Assembly in Biochemistry Download PDF
Chapter  189:  Self‐Assembly: Definition and Kinetic and Thermodynamic Considerations Download PDF
Chapter  190:  Self‐Assembly: Terminology Download PDF
Chapter  191:  Semiochemistry Download PDF
Chapter  192:  Siderophores Download PDF
Chapter  193:  Simultaneous Binding of Cations and Anions Download PDF
Chapter  194:  Simultaneous Binding of Cations and Neutral Molecules Download PDF
Chapter  195:  Site‐Directed Mutagenesis Download PDF
Chapter  196:  Soft and Smart Materials Download PDF
Chapter  197:  Solid-State Reactivity/Gas–Solid and Solid–Solid Reactions Download PDF
Chapter  198:  Solid‐State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Download PDF
Chapter  199:  Solid‐State Reactivity/Topochemistry Download PDF
Chapter  200:  Solvation Effects in Guest Binding Download PDF
Chapter  201:  Solvatochromism Download PDF
Chapter  202:  Space Groups and Crystal Packing Modes Download PDF
Chapter  203:  Spherands Download PDF
Chapter  204:  Spontaneous Formation of Homochiral Supramolecular Architectures Download PDF
Chapter  205:  Stability Constants: Definition and Determination Download PDF
Chapter  206:  Statistics: Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA), Principal Component Analysis (PCA), and Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) in Supramolecular Chemistry Download PDF
Chapter  207:  Steroid‐Based Anion Complexation Agents Download PDF
Chapter  208:  Strict Self‐Assembly and Self‐Assembly with Covalent Modifications Download PDF
Chapter  209:  Strong Hydrogen Bonds Download PDF
Chapter  210:  Structural Engineering in Organic–Inorganic Perovskites Download PDF
Chapter  211:  Supermicroscopy: AFM, SNOM, and SXM Download PDF
Chapter  212:  Supramolecular Catalysis Download PDF
Chapter  213:  Supramolecular Chemistry: Definition Download PDF
Chapter  214:  Supramolecular Electrochemistry Download PDF
Chapter  215:  Supramolecular Isomerism Download PDF
Chapter  216:  Supramolecular Libraries Download PDF
Chapter  217:  Supramolecular Organometallic Compounds Download PDF
Chapter  218:  Supramolecular Photochemistry Download PDF
Chapter  219:  Supramolecular Polymers Download PDF
Chapter  220:  Supramolecular Stabilization Download PDF
Chapter  221:  Supramolecular Synthons Download PDF
Chapter  222:  Surfactants, Part I: Fundamentals Download PDF
Chapter  223:  Surfactants, Part II: Applications Download PDF
Chapter  224:  Swelling Clays (Smectites) and Nanofilms Download PDF
Chapter  225:  Synthetic Multifunctional Pores Download PDF
Chapter  226:  Tectons: Definition and Scope Download PDF
Chapter  227:  The Allosteric Effect Download PDF
Chapter  228:  The Cambridge Structural Database Download PDF
Chapter  229:  The Diphenylmethane Moiety Download PDF
Chapter  230:  The Lock and Key Principle Download PDF
Chapter  231:  The Template Effect Download PDF
Chapter  232:  Thiourea Inclusion Compounds Download PDF
Chapter  233:  Torands Download PDF
Chapter  234:  Tröger's Base Derivatives Download PDF
Chapter  235:  Unimolecular Electronics and Unimolecular Rectifiers Download PDF
Chapter  236:  Unimolecular Micelles for Drug Delivery Download PDF
Chapter  237:  Urea Capsules Download PDF
Chapter  238:  Urea Inclusion Compounds Download PDF
Chapter  239:  Vibrational Spectroscopy Download PDF
Chapter  240:  Viruses as Host Assemblies Download PDF
Chapter  241:  Vitamin B and Heme Models Download PDF
Chapter  242:  Water Clusters in Crystal Hydrates Download PDF
Chapter  243:  Weak Hydrogen Bonds Download PDF
Chapter  244:  Werner Clathrates Download PDF
Chapter  245:  X‐Ray Crystallography Download PDF
Chapter  246:  X‐Ray and Neutron Powder Diffraction Download PDF
Chapter  247:  Zeolites in the Petroleum Industry Download PDF
Chapter  248:  Zeolites: Catalysis Download PDF
Chapter  249:  Zeolites: Separation Science Download PDF
Chapter  250:  Zeolites: Structures and Inclusion Properties Download PDF
Chapter  251:  Zinc‐Containing Enzymes and Their Models Download PDF
Chapter  252:  Zwitterion Receptors Download PDF
Chapter  253:  van der Waals Forces Download PDF
Chapter  254:  π–π Interactions: Theory and Scope Download PDF
Chapter  255:  π–π Stacking as a Crystal Engineering Tool Download PDF
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