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Modern Terpyridine Chemistry

Modern Terpyridine Chemistry

Ulrich S. Schubert , Harald Hofmeier , George R. Newkome

ISBN: 978-3-527-60842-3

Aug 2006

237 pages

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$127.99

Description

The first book to didactically illustrate this particular, prominent class of supramolecular building-blocks covers topics ranging from terpyridine syntheses, via their chemistry and properties, supramolecular structures, and multinuclear metal complexes, right up to functionalized polymers, 3D-architectures, and surfaces.
Invaluable for students and lecturers in chemistry and biochemistry, materials scientists, as well as polymer, complex and physicochemists.
INTRODUCTION
SYNTHESES OF FUNCTIONALIZED 2,2':6,2"-TERPYRIDINES
Synthetic Strategies
Synthesis of 2,2':6,2"-Terpyridine Derivatives
Summary and Outlook
CHEMISTRY AND PROPERTIES OF TERPYRIDINE METAL COMPLEXES
Synthetic Strategies
Uninuclear Terpyridine Ruthenium Complexes
Chiral Complexes
MULTINUCLEAR TERPYRIDINE METAL COMPLEXES AND SUPRAMOLECULAR ARCHITECTURES
Dyads and Triads
Supramolecular Assemblies
Cycles
Fullerene Terpyridine Complexes
Compexes Containing Biochemical Groups
NEW FUNCTIONAL POLYMERS BASED ON TERPYRIDINE METAL COMPLEXES
Polymers with Terpyridine Units in the Side Chain
Biopolymers and Terpyridine Metal Complexes
FUNCTIONAL 3D ARCHITECTURES BASED ON TERPYRIDINE COMPLEXES
Dendrimers Containing Terpyridine Metal Complexes in the Dendrimer Core
Dendrimers Containing Terpyridine Complexes in the Periphery
Micelles Composed of Terpyridine-Complex Containing Polymers
Resins and Beads Modified with Terpyridine
SURFACES MODIFIED WITH TERPYRIDINE METAL COMPLEXES
Assemblies and Layers
Surface Catalysts
Photoactive Materials
"The book is well written, with excellent diagrams…I highly recommend this work for researchers in these areas and for synthetic chemists in general." (ChemPhysChem 2008, 7)

"…well composed with excellent graphics and a multitude of clearly drawn chemical formulas…should serve as an inspiration for new ideas in this quickly growing field." (Journal of the American Chemical Society, January 17, 2007)