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Frank Davis

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Macrocycles
construction, chemistry, and nanotechnology applications
Frank Davis, Séamus Higson

Published 2011 by Wiley in Hoboken .
Written in English.

About the Book

"Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of organic, inorganic and analytical chemistry, materials science and nanotechnology"-- Provided by publisher.

Table of Contents

Front Matter
Introduction
Cyclophanes
Crown Ethers, Cryptands and Other Compounds
Calixarenes
Heterocalixarenes and Calixnaphthalenes
Cyclodextrins
Cyclotriveratylenes and Cryptophanes
Cucurbiturils
Rotaxanes and Catenanes
Other Supramolecular Systems, Molecular Motors, Machines and Nanotechnological Applications
Index.
Machine generated contents note: Preface.
1. Introduction.
1.1. Simple ring compounds.
1.2. Three dimensional aliphatic carbon structures.
1.3. Annulenes.
1.4. Multi-ring aromatic structures.
1.5. Porpyrins and phthalocanines.
1.6. Conclusions.
References.
2. Cyclophanes.
2.1. Introduction to cyclophanes.
2.2. Cyclophanes with one aromatic system and aliphatic chain.
2.3. Cyclophanes with more than 1 aromatic ring.
2.4. Napthalenophanes and other aromatic systems.
2.5. Cyclophanes containing heteroaromatic systems.
2.6. Ferrocenophanes.
References.
3. Crown ethers, cryptands and other compounds.
3.1. Introduction.
3.2. Crown ethers.
3.3. Simple complexes with crown ethers.
3.4. Azacrowns, cyclens and cyclams.
3.5. Crowns containing other heteroatoms.
3.6. Lariat and bibracchial crown ethers.
3.7. Cryptands.
3.8. Spherands.
3.9. Combined and multiple systems.
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3.10. Applications of crown ethers and related compounds.
3.11. Conclusions.
References.
4. Calixarenes.
4.1. Introduction to calixarenes.
4.2. History of the calixarenes.
4.3. Structures of calixarenes.
4.4. Chemical modification of calixarenes.
4.5. Complexes with calixarenes.
4.6. Bis- and multicalixarenes.
4.7. Oxacalixarenes, azacalixarenes and thiacalixarenes.
4.8. Resorcinarenes - synthesis and structure.
4.9. Cavitands and carcerands.
4.10. Uses of calixarenes and conclusions.
References.
5. Heterocalixarenes and calixnaphthalenes.
5.1. Introduction to heterocalixarenes and calixnaphthalenes.
5.2. Calixnaphthalenes.
5.3. Tropolone based macrocycles.
5.4. Calixfurans.
5.5. Calixpyrroles.
5.6. Calixindoles, calixpyridines and calixthiophenes.
5.7. Conclusions.
References.
6. Cyclodextrins.
6.1. Introduction to cyclodextrins.
6.2. Complex formation by cyclodextrins.
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6.3. Cyclodextrins of other sizes.
6.4. Modification reactions of cyclodextrins.
6.5. Selectivity of cyclodextrins.
6.6. Multiple cyclodextrin systems.
6.7. Polymeric cyclodextrins.
6.8. Cyclodextrins combined with other macrocyclic systems.
6.9. Therapeutic uses of cyclodextrins.
6.10. Other uses of cyclodextrins.
6.11. Conclusions.
References.
7. Cyclotriveratylenes and cryptophanes.
7.1. Introduction to cyclotriveratrylenes and cryptophanes.
7.2. Synthesis of cyclotriveratrylenes.
7.3. Modification of cyclotriveratrylenes.
7.4. Synthesis of optically active cyclotriveratrylenes.
7.5. Modification of the bridging groups.
7.6. Modification of the aromatic rings with organometallic groups.
7.7. Selective binding applications of cyclotriveratrylenes.
7.8. Analogues of CTV.
7.9. Cryptophanes - synthesis and structure.
7.10. Cryptophanes - chemical modification.
7.11. Complexes with cryptophanes.
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7.12. Cryptophane/Xenon complexes.
7.13. Other uses of cryptophanes.
7.14. Hemicryptophanes.
7.15. Conclusions.
References.
8. Cucurbiturils.
8.1. Introduction to cucurbiturils.
8.2. Complexation behaviour of simple cucurbiturils.
8.3. Modification of cucurbiturils.
8.4. Uses of cucurbiturils.
8.5. Hemicucurbiturils.
8.6. Conclusions.
References.
9. Rotaxanes and catenanes.
9.1. Introduction to rotaxanes and catenanes.
9.2. Rotaxanes.
9.3. Rotaxanes as molecular machines.
9.4. Thin films of rotaxanes.
9.5. Polyrotaxanes.
9.6. Catenanes.
9.7. Switchable catenanes.
9.8. Catenanes on surfaces.
9.9. Polycatenanes and catenated polymers.
9.10. Natural catenanes.
9.11. Conclusions.
References.
10. Other supermolecular systems, molecular motors, machines and nanotechnological applications.
10.1. Introduction.
10.2. Other molecular systems.
10.3. Molecular devices, motors and machines.
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10.4. Conclusions.
References.
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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Description based on print record.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
547/.5
Library of Congress
QD400 .H54 2011

The Physical Object

Format
[electronic resource] :
Pagination
1 electronic resource (xii, 596 p.) :
Number of pages
596

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25568410M
Internet Archive
macrocyclesconst00fran
ISBN 10
0470980206, 047071462X, 0470714638
ISBN 13
9780470980200, 9780470714621, 9780470714638
OCLC/WorldCat
705355146

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