Physical Methods in Supramolecular Chemistry

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  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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The characterization of supramolecular compounds in terms of their stoichiometry, structure and binding properties is a necessary pre-requisite to the understanding of their remarkable selectivity towards guests. The diversity of systems covered by the term "supramolecular" requires the use of an extremely varied range of physical techniques. This volume gives detailed
coverage of the physical methods used, reporting not only on the results but also outlining the theoretical and experimental aspects for each technique.
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Introduction (H. Tsukube, H. Furuta, A. Odani, Y. Kudo, Y. Takeda, Y. Inoue, H. Sakamoto, K. Kimura, Yu. Liu). Kinetics of complexation (S. Petrucci, E.M. Eyring, G. Konya). Solid-state NMR spectroscopy: applications to supramolecular chemistry (J.A. Ripmeester, C.I. Ratcliffe). Mass spectrometry (J.S. Brodbelt, D.V. Dearden). Diffraction techniques (Z. Dauter, K.S. Wilson). Surface techniques (G. Kaupp). Thermal analysis and calorimetry (M.A. White). NQR and Mössbauer spectroscopy (E.A.C. Lucken, F. Grandjean, G.J. Long). Electronic absorption and luminescence (L.J. Johnston, B.D. Wagner). Vibrational spectroscopy (J.E.D. Davies, H. Förster). Electrochemical methods (A.E. Kaifer). Dielectric properties of supramolecular structures (G.P. Johari). High-pressure methods in supramolecular chemistry (D.D. Klug, J.S. Tse). Porosimetry (C. Detellier, H. Lao). Molecular modelling (J. Tse).
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Davies, J.E.D.
Ripmeester, J.A.
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