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Supramolecular Photochemistry: Controlling Photochemical Processes

V. Ramamurthy (Editor), Yoshihisa Inoue (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-470-23053-4
640 pages
September 2011
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This is the most updated, comprehensive collection of monographs on all aspects of photochemistry and photophysics related to natural and synthetic, inorganic, organic, and biological supramolecular systems. Supramolecular Photochemistry: Controlling Photochemical Processes addresses reactions in crystals, organized assemblies, monolayers, zeolites, clays, silica, micelles, polymers, dendrimers, organic hosts, supramolecular structures, organic glass, proteins and DNA, and applications of photosystems in confined media. This landmark publication describes the past, present, and future of this growing interdisciplinary area.
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Preface vii

Contributors xi

1 Dynamics of Guest Binding to Supramolecular Assemblies 1
Cornelia Bohne

2 Templating Photoreactions in Solution 53
Dario M. Bassani

3 Complexation of Fluorescent Dyes by Macrocyclic Hosts 87
Roy N. Dsouza, Uwe Pischel, and Werner M. Nau

4 Supramolecular Photochirogenesis 115
Cheng Yang and Yoshihisa Inoue

5 Real-Time Crystallography of Photoinduced Processes in Supramolecular Framework Solids 155
Philip Coppens and Shao-Liang Zheng

6 Bimolecular Photoreactions in the Crystalline State 175
Arunkumar Natarajan and Balakrishna R. Bhogala

7 Structural Aspects and Templation of Photochemistry in Solid-State Supramolecular Systems 229
Menahem Kaftory

8 Photochromism of Multicomponent Diarylethene Crystals 267
Masakazu Morimoto and Masahiro Irie

9 Manipulation of Energy Transfer Processes Within the Channels of L-Zeolite 285
Gion Calzaferri and André Devaux

10 Controlling Photoreactions Through Noncovalent Interactions Within Zeolite Nanocages 389
V. Ramamurthy and Jayaraman Sivaguru

11 Photochemical and Photophysical Studies of and in Bulk Polymers 443
Shibu Abraham and Richard G. Weiss

12 Delocalization and Migration of Excitation Energy and Charge in Supramolecular Systems 517
Mamoru Fujitsuka and Tetsuro Majima

13 Supramolecular Effects on Mechanisms of Photoisomerization: Hula Twist, Bicycle Pedal, and One-Bond-Flip 547
Robert S.H. Liu, Lan-Ying Yang, Yao-Peng Zhao, Akira Kawanabe, and Hideki Kandori

14 Protein-Controlled Ultrafast Photoisomerization in Rhodopsin and Bacteriorhodopsin 571
Hideki Kandori

Index 597

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V. Ramamurthy is Professor and Chair of Organic Chemistry at University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. The author of over 330 publications, editor of twelve monographs, guest editor of five special journal issues, coauthor of a recently published textbook Modern Molecular Photochemistry of Organic Molecules and Senior Editor of Langmuir, he received his PhD from the University of Hawaii, Honolulu. Before joining the University of Miami in 2005, he was employed at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, DuPont in Wilmington, Delaware, and the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, India.

Yoshihisa Inoue is Professor of Chemistry, Osaka University, Japan. The author of more than 400 scientific papers/reviews, thirty-one book chapters, and the editor of two books, Professor Inoue received his PhD in chemistry from Osaka University, Japan. He started his academic career as assistant professor of chemistry at Himeji Institute of Technology and was promoted to associate professor before returning to Osaka University as full professor in 1994. He has worked as director of the ERATO Photochirogenesis Project and of the ICORP Entropy Control Project, both supported by Japan Science and Technology Agency.

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“The book is well written and has an excellent bibliography for further reading.  Summing Up: Recommended.  Upper-division undergraduates through professionals in photochemistry.”  (Choice, 1 April 2012)

 

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