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Offering the paintings of pioneering specialists during this fascinating box of supramolecular polymer chemistry, this monograph covers an in depth variety of purposes, together with drug supply and catalysis. It makes a speciality of new buildings and phenomena of cyclodextrin-based supramolecular polymers and lots of different compound periods. whereas delivering a deeper perception in macromolecular popularity and the mechanisms of dwelling platforms, this ebook additionally introduces interesting novel phenomena past normal systems.Content:
Chapter 1 a number of Hydrogen?Bonded Supramolecular Polymers (pages 1–28): Wilco P. J. Appel, Marko M. L. Nieuwenhuizen and E. W. Meijer
Chapter 2 Cyclodextrin?Based Supramolecular Polymers (pages 29–50): Prof. Akira Harada and Yoshinori Takashima
Chapter three Supra?Macromolecular Chemistry: towards layout of latest natural fabrics from Supramolecular Standpoints (pages 51–70): Kazunori Sugiyasu and Seiji Shinkai
Chapter four Polymerization with Ditopic Cavitand Monomers (pages 71–93): Francesca Tancini and Enrico Dalcanale
Chapter five Polymers Containing Covalently Bonded and Supramolecularly connected Cyclodextrins as part teams (pages 95–126): Helmut Ritter, Monir Tabatabai and Bernd?Kristof Muller
Chapter 6 Antibody Dendrimers and DNA Catenanes (pages 127–149): Hiroyasu Yamaguchi and Prof. Akira Harada
Chapter 7 Crown Ether?Based Polymeric Rotaxanes (pages 151–182): Terry L. cost and Harry W. Gibson
Chapter eight Processive Rotaxane Catalysts (pages 183–193): Johannes A. A. W. Elemans, Alan E. Rowan and Roeland J. M. Nolte
Chapter nine rising Biomedical services via ‘Mobile’ Polyrotaxanes (pages 195–204): Nobuhiko Yui
Chapter 10 Slide?Ring fabrics utilizing Polyrotaxane (pages 205–229): Kazuaki Kato and Kohzo Ito
Chapter eleven Stimuli?Responsive structures (pages 231–267): Akihito Hashidzume and Prof. Akira Harada
Chapter 12 actual natural Chemistry of Supramolecular Polymers (pages 269–291): Stephen L. Craig and Donghua Xu
Chapter thirteen Topological Polymer Chemistry: A Quest for unusual Polymer earrings (pages 293–303): Yasuyuki Tezuka
Chapter 14 constitution and Dynamic habit of Organometallic Rotaxanes (pages 305–329): Yuji Suzaki, Tomoko Abe, Eriko Chihara, Shintaro Murata, Masaki Horie and Kohtaro Osakada
Chapter 15 Polyrotaxane community as a Topologically Cross?Linked Polymer: Synthesis and houses (pages 331–346): Toshikazu Takata, Takayuki Arai, Yasuhiro Kohsaka, Masahiro Shioya and Yasuhito Koyama
Chapter sixteen From Chemical Topology to Molecular Machines (pages 347–359): Jean?Pierre Sauvage

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By Akira Harada

Offering the paintings of pioneering specialists during this fascinating box of supramolecular polymer chemistry, this monograph covers an in depth variety of purposes, together with drug supply and catalysis. It makes a speciality of new buildings and phenomena of cyclodextrin-based supramolecular polymers and lots of different compound periods. whereas delivering a deeper perception in macromolecular popularity and the mechanisms of dwelling platforms, this ebook additionally introduces interesting novel phenomena past normal systems.Content:
Chapter 1 a number of Hydrogen?Bonded Supramolecular Polymers (pages 1–28): Wilco P. J. Appel, Marko M. L. Nieuwenhuizen and E. W. Meijer
Chapter 2 Cyclodextrin?Based Supramolecular Polymers (pages 29–50): Prof. Akira Harada and Yoshinori Takashima
Chapter three Supra?Macromolecular Chemistry: towards layout of latest natural fabrics from Supramolecular Standpoints (pages 51–70): Kazunori Sugiyasu and Seiji Shinkai
Chapter four Polymerization with Ditopic Cavitand Monomers (pages 71–93): Francesca Tancini and Enrico Dalcanale
Chapter five Polymers Containing Covalently Bonded and Supramolecularly connected Cyclodextrins as part teams (pages 95–126): Helmut Ritter, Monir Tabatabai and Bernd?Kristof Muller
Chapter 6 Antibody Dendrimers and DNA Catenanes (pages 127–149): Hiroyasu Yamaguchi and Prof. Akira Harada
Chapter 7 Crown Ether?Based Polymeric Rotaxanes (pages 151–182): Terry L. cost and Harry W. Gibson
Chapter eight Processive Rotaxane Catalysts (pages 183–193): Johannes A. A. W. Elemans, Alan E. Rowan and Roeland J. M. Nolte
Chapter nine rising Biomedical services via ‘Mobile’ Polyrotaxanes (pages 195–204): Nobuhiko Yui
Chapter 10 Slide?Ring fabrics utilizing Polyrotaxane (pages 205–229): Kazuaki Kato and Kohzo Ito
Chapter eleven Stimuli?Responsive structures (pages 231–267): Akihito Hashidzume and Prof. Akira Harada
Chapter 12 actual natural Chemistry of Supramolecular Polymers (pages 269–291): Stephen L. Craig and Donghua Xu
Chapter thirteen Topological Polymer Chemistry: A Quest for unusual Polymer earrings (pages 293–303): Yasuyuki Tezuka
Chapter 14 constitution and Dynamic habit of Organometallic Rotaxanes (pages 305–329): Yuji Suzaki, Tomoko Abe, Eriko Chihara, Shintaro Murata, Masaki Horie and Kohtaro Osakada
Chapter 15 Polyrotaxane community as a Topologically Cross?Linked Polymer: Synthesis and houses (pages 331–346): Toshikazu Takata, Takayuki Arai, Yasuhiro Kohsaka, Masahiro Shioya and Yasuhito Koyama
Chapter sixteen From Chemical Topology to Molecular Machines (pages 347–359): Jean?Pierre Sauvage

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This could be a first step toward artificial proteins and enzymes, suggesting endless possibilities for supramolecular polymers. 21 The creation of supramolecular nano-particles based on intramolecular cross-linking via hydrogen bonding. Reprinted with permission from the American Chemical Society [61a]. References and the system is converted into a three-dimensional hydrogen-bonded network. Thus the full potential of reversible supramolecular interactions is applied in material processing. References 1 Morawetz, H.

As described above, 6-CiNH-a-CD and 6-NH2CiNH-a-CD form double-threaded dimers. 15 Photoisomerization behavior of linear oligo-Janus [2] rotaxanes. 16 A double-threaded dimer bearing a long substituent part and a large stopper group depending on the solvent polarity. Reprinted with permission from American Chemical Society 2007, [56]. contraction and extension of a skeletal muscle. A modified 6-NH2CiNH-a-CD with a long alkyl chain has been prepared to improve the contraction behavior. The doublethreaded dimer shows a conformational change as the solvent polarity is increased.

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