Modern Terpyridine Chemistry by Ulrich S. Schubert;Harald Hofmeier;George R. Newkome

By Ulrich S. Schubert;Harald Hofmeier;George R. Newkome

The 1st booklet to didactically illustrate this actual, famous category of supramolecular building-blocks covers themes starting from terpyridine syntheses, through their chemistry and houses, supramolecular constructions, and multinuclear steel complexes, correct as much as functionalized polymers, 3D-architectures, and surfaces.Invaluable for college kids and teachers in chemistry and biochemistry, fabrics scientists, in addition to polymer, complicated and physicochemists.

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Chapakhin, B. König, Synthesis 2003, 2400–2404. 1 Introduction In this chapter, an overview of the latest achievements in the field of mononuclear terpyridine complexes is presented. ). Potential applications in optical nano-devices, molecular storage units, molecular switches [1], or solar cells are presented. , dyads, triads, and cyclic structures, will be presented in Chapter 4. g. Cl¯, ClO4¯, PF6¯) have been known for a long time [2–4]. A major structural characteristic of these complexes is the strength of their metal-ligand coordinative connectivity.

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