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Cyclodextrins and Their Complexes: Chemistry, Analytical Methods, Applications

Helena Dodziuk (Editor)
ISBN: 978-3-527-60844-7
507 pages
August 2006
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Description

Offering comprehensive and up-to-date know-how in one compact book, an experienced editor and top authors cover every aspect of these important molecules from molecular recognition to cyclodextrins as enzyme models.
Chapters include reactivity and chemistry, chromatography, X-ray, NMR plus other physicochemical methods, as well as model calculations, rotaxane and catenane structures, and applications in the pharmaceutical industry. The book also discusses other applications such as in the cosmetics, toiletries, textile and wrapping industries, agrochemistry, electrochemical sensors, and devices.
A must for everyone working with these substances.
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Table of Contents

Introduction
Reactivity and chemistry
Polymers
CyD Catalysis
Chromatography
Enantioselective separations
X-ray
Calorimetry
NMR
Other physicochemical methods: UV-vis, ICD, Electrochemistry, AFM and STM
Model calculations
Rotaxane and catenane structures involving cyclodextrins
Large cyclodextrins
Applications in pharmaceutical industry
Cyclodextrin aggregates (simple and multiple emulsions, microparticles, nanoparticles, liposomes, niosomes)
Other applications: in cosmetic, toiletry, textile and wrapping industries; in agrochemistry; in electrochemical sensors and devices
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Author Information

Professor Dodziuk is working at the Physical Chemistry Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences. She is interested in conformational analysis of hydrocarbons, classification of chirality, NMR spectra and structure of cyclodextrin complexes, endohedral fullerene complexes and carbon nanotubes.
She has written more than 70 publications, several reviews and two books.
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Reviews

"This book bridges gaps in the scientific literature and will consequently have its definite place in every good scientific library." (SYNTHESIS, December 2007)

"…if a library has only one book on cyclodextrins in its collection…" (CHOICE, April 2007)

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