The design of artificial new host compounds has progressed rapidly and contributed to the development of new fields of supramolecular chemistry. Furthermore, the application of supramolecular systems is becoming more important and has implications on, for example, medicine and agriculture.
Focusing on the aspects of separation and reaction that are specific to supramolecular chemistry, this work will be of value to research chemists, engineers and graduate students, not only in the field of supramolecular chemistry, but in the wider area of pharmaceutical chemistry, green chemistry and agriculture.
1. Inclusion Complexation as a Tool in Resolution of Racemates and Separation of Isomers (Zofia Urbanczyk–Lipkowska and Fumio Toda).
2. Enantiomer Ordering and Separation During Molecular Inclusion (Roger Bishop).
3. Molecular Recognition of Crystalline Dipeptides and Its Application to Separation (Katsuyuki Ogura and Motohiro Akazome).
4. Separation of Isomers and Enantiomers by Bile Acid Derivatives (Mikiji Miyata, Nungruethai Yoswathananont, Kazunori Nakano and Kazuki Sada).
5. Physicochemical Studies of Separation of Isomers by Supramolecular Systems (Luigi R. Nassimbeni).
6. Regioselective Synthesis of Fullerene Derivatives and Separation of Isomers of the Higher Fullerenes (L. Echegoyen, M. A. Herranz, F. Diederich and C. Thilgen).
7. Selective Reactions in Inclusion Crystals (Zofia Urbanczyk–Lipkowska and Fumio Toda).
8. Supramolecular Control of Reactivity in the Solid State Using Linear Templates (Leonard R. MacGillivray).
9. Development of a New Biocide as an Inclusion Complex (Minoru Yagi, Ayako Sekikawa and Tetsuya Aoki).
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This book will be useful for all scientists working in the areas of inclusion complexation or fullerene chemistry. (Applied Organometallic Chemistry, March 2005)