Organised Molecular Assemblies in the Solid State. Molecular Solid State

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  • 268 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The Molecular Solid State

Editor in Chief: J D Dunitz

ETH Zentrum, Zürich, Switzerland

Reporting on advances in the field of molecular solid state chemistry, each volume focuses on selected areas and highlights methods and results in syntheses, properties and applications. The volumes in this series provide a forum for the discussion of chemical, physical, biological and crystallographic aspects of the molecular solid state.

Organised Molecular Assemblies in the Solid State

Edited by

James K. Whitesell, North Carolina State University, USA

Organised Molecular Assemblies in the Solid State surveys several areas of current research interest in the field of solid state chemistry. The interdisciplinary nature of this topic is highlighted with in–depth reviews on a range of diverse subject areas.

Contents

1. Self Assembley of Surfactant Molecules on Solid Surfaces

2. Design and Synthesis of Complex Conjugated Polymers

3. Zeolite as a Medium for Photochemical Reactions

4. Statistically Significant Conclusions from the Cambridge Structural Database

5. Strategies for the Design and Assembly of Hydrogen–bonded Aggregates in the Solid State

Each chapter focuses on a different major research initiative, providing complete coverage of the area with extensive references to the literature. This volume introduces the non–specialist to the excitment that is inherent in this multidisciplinary field.

Organised Molecular Assemblies in the Solid State is required reading for researchers seeking to expand into materials science

ISBN 471999075

John Wiley & Sons

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Self–assembly of Surfactant Molecules on Solid Surfaces (A. Ulman).

Design and Synthesis of Complex Conjugated Polymers (T. Swager).

Zeolite as a Medium for Photochemical Reactions (V. Ramamurthy, et al.).

Statistically Significant Conclusions from the Cambridge Structural Database (K. Wheeler).

Strategies for the Design and Assembly of Hydrogen–bonded Aggregates in the Solid State (D. Chin, et al.).

Index.
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