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Carbon-Rich Compounds: From Molecules to Materials

Carbon-Rich Compounds: From Molecules to Materials

Michael M. Haley (Editor), Rik R. Tykwinski (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-60724-2

May 2006

663 pages

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$184.99

Description

This is the only up-to-date book on the market to focus on the synthesis of these compounds in this particularly suitable way. A team of excellent international authors guarantees high-quality content, covering such topics as monodisperse carbon-rich oligomers, molecular electronic wires, polyaromatic hydrocarbons, nonconjugated small molecules, nanotubes, fullerenes, polyynes, macrocycles, dendrimers, phenylenes and diamondoid structures.
The result is a must-have for everyone working in this expanding and interdisciplinary field, including organic and polymer chemists, materials scientists, and chemists working in industry.
Pioneers of Carbon-rich Compounds
Electronic Conduction in Photoactive Metallo-wires
All-benzenoid Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons: Synthesis, Self-assembly and Applications in Organic Electronics
[N]Phenylenes: a Novel Class of Cyclohexatrienoid Hydrocarbons
A Solid State Strategy for the Preparation of Carbon-rich Polymers
Chiral Carbon-rich Macrocycles and Cyclophanes
Carbon-rich Cycles with Two and More 1,3-Butadiyne Units -
Syntheses, Structures and Reactivities
Carbon-rich Structures: Computational Considerations
Fullerene Reactivity -
Fullerene Cations and Open-Cage Fullerenes
Polyynes
Defined-length Carbon-rich Conjugated Oligomers
Synthesis and Chemistry of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons with Curved Surfaces: Buckybowls
Reduction of Carbon-rich Compounds
""Each chapter is superbly written and contains a vast collection of references…an excellent resource for researchers working in these areas."" (Journal of the American Chemical Society, November 1, 2006)

""The text is clearly written and the synthetic schemes adequately explained. Its wealth of information and the extensive bibliography make this book a good companion to the graduate student, the synthetic chemist or the chemical technologist."" (Chemistry World)