Item description for Supramolecular Chemistry - Fundamentals and Applications: Advanced Textbook by Katsuhiko Ariga & Toyoki Kunitake...
This book describes "supramolecular chemistry" from its basic concepts to the latest developments. It begins by treating molecular recognition chemistry including crown ethers, cyclodextrines, and calixarenes. Molecules with fascination shapes and functions such as fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, dendrimers, rotaxane, and catenane, and molecular assemblies such as bilayers and LB films are also explained. Thereafter applications of supermolecules to nanotechnology are introduced with many examples of molecular devices. The last part of the book describes biological supermolecules and their mimics, including ion channels, signal transduction, photosynthetic machines, natural and artificial enzymes, catalytic antibodies, and ribozymes.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6" Height: 9" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2006
ISBN 3540012982 ISBN13 9783540012986
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More About Katsuhiko Ariga & Toyoki Kunitake
Katsuhiko Ariga has been working on supramolecular chemistry especially related with self-assembly processes, ultrathin films and molecular recognitions. Accomplishments in his researches contribute significantly developments of biomemetic systems as well as physicochemical understanding on interfacial phenomena. Especially, pioneer researches of layer-layer supramolecular assembly have been highly evaluated, and he is also recognized as an authority of supramolecular recognition at the interfaces.
Katsuhiko Ariga was born in 1962 and has an academic affiliation as follows - National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba, Japan National Inst.