|Statement||edited by J.L. Atwood, J.E.D. Davies,D.D. MacNicol. Vol.1, Structural aspects of inclusion compounds formed by inorganic and organometallic host lattices.|
|Contributions||Atwood, J. L., Davies, J. E. D., MacNicol, D. D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||420|
Inclusion compounds. Summary: An up-to-date survey of the field of inclusion chemistry. Coverage comprises contributions from leading international authorities on subjects such as the design, synthesis and structure of organic host molecules, molecular recognition and . 2. Structural aspects of inclusion compounds formed by organic host lattices --v. 3. Physical properties and applications --v. 4. Key organic host systems --v. 5. Inorganic and physical aspects of inclusion. Vol. 1. Structural aspects of inclusion compounds formed by inorganic and organometallic host lattices - . Solid‐State Host‐Guest Compounds. Clathrate Hydrates. Urea and Thiourea Clathrates. Other Channel Clathrates. Hydroquinone, Phenol, Dianin's Compound and the Hexahost Strategy. Tri‐o‐thymotide Cyclotriveratrylene. Inclusion Compounds of the Calixarenes. Solid‐Gas and Solid‐Liquid Reactions in Molecular Crystals. Summary. Study Problems. inclusion compound (inclusion complex) A @[email protected] in which one component (the @[email protected]) forms a cavity or, in the case of a crystal, a crystal lattice containing spaces in the shape of long tunnels or channels in which molecular entities of a second chemical species (the @[email protected]) are located.
Inclusion Compounds. Abstract. The inclusion concept in crystal chemistry arises because there exist a large number of crystal classes in which one can clearly identify a host structure that contains guest atoms, ions, or molecules. The Lattice Inclusion Compound of 1,8-ANS and Cucurbituril: A Unique Fluorescent Solid Brian D. Wagner and Andrew I. MacRae The Journal of Physical Chemistry B (46), Since late , significant progress has been made toward the design, synthesis, and characterization of new inclusion compounds, including systems that exhibit guest exchange properties akin to zeolites, ferroelasticity (domain reorientation under applied stress) and selectivity for specific chemical reactions. The fourth in a five-part series, this volume is a self-contained reference work on organic host molecules. It will be of interest and use to all those concerned with the fundamental study of inclusion compounds and their application in the analytical, biochemical and industrial fields.
Request PDF | Inclusion Compounds | l Classification and DescriptionInorganic Hosts and Their Inclusion CompoundsApplications of Inorganic | Find, . Detailed accounts are given to study: chaining in polyphosphates, electron-transfers in carbonyl clusters, inclusion of organometallic molecules in cyclodextrins, stereochemistry of paramagnetic metal complexes by labeling with nitroxyl radicals, stereocontrol in . Hydrate Inclusion Compounds. The Role of Hydrogen Bonding in Molecular Recognition ReferencesCited by: About this book. The Joint Meeting comprisIng the 3rd International Symposium on Clathrate Compounds and Molecular Inclusion Phenomena and the 2nd International Symposium on Cyclodextrins was held on July, , in Tokyo, : Springer Netherlands.