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Dynamic Combinatorial Chemistry

Dynamic Combinatorial Chemistry

Joost N. H. Reek (Editor), Sijbren Otto (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-32122-3

Apr 2010

211 pages

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$150.00

Description

This long-awaited first book on this exciting new field in organic and supramolecular chemistry explains the fundamentals as well as possible applications of DCC. Authored by the "Who's Who" of DCC it spans the whole range of topics: catalysts, sensors, polymers, ligands, receptors, concluding with a look at future developments and perspectives.
All set to become the standard text in the field, this one-stop reference contains everything organic, catalytic, polymer, physical and biochemists need to know.
HISTORY AND PRINCIPLES OF DYNAMIC COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY
Introduction
History
Exercising Control over a DCL to Influence Species Distribution
Designing a Dynamic Combinatorial System
Conclusions
THE PRACTICE OF DYNAMIC COMBINATORIAL LIBRARIES: ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN, AND DATA ANALYSIS
Introduction
Analytical Methods
Experimental Design
Data Analysis
Conclusions
DEVELOPMENT OF SYNTHETIC RECEPTORS USING DYNAMIC COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY
Introduction
Experimental Considerations
Selected Examples
Conclusion
DYNAMIC COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY FOR CATALYTIC APPLICATIONS
Introduction
Dynamic Combinatorial Approaches to Cage Catalysts
Dynamic Combinatorial Approaches to Transition Metal Catalysts
Conclusions
DYNAMIC COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY: LIGANDS FOR BIOMOLECULES
Ligand Discovery
DCC Strategies in Targeting Biological Systems
Dynamic Diversity Generation for Biological Systems
Applications of DCC in Biological Systems
Conclusions and Future Prospects
POLYMERS FORMED BY DYNAMIC COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY
Introduction
Dynamics in Polymers
Biasing Composition by Molecular Recognition
Conclusions and Outlook
ANALYTICAL APPLICATIONS OF DYNAMIC COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY
Introduction
Fluorescent Sensors
Colorimetric Sensors
Molecular Timers
Conclusions
TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES
Introduction
Dynamic Combinatorial Libraries as Molecular Networks
Perspectives