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Out-of-Equilibrium (Supra)molecular Systems and Materials. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 5179139
  • Book
  • April 2021
  • 464 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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A must-have resource that covers everything from out-of-equilibrium chemical systems and materials to dissipative self-assemblies  

Out-of-Equilibrium Supramolecular Systems and Materials presents a comprehensive overview of the synthetic approaches that use supramolecular bonds in various out-of-thermodynamic equilibrium situations. With contributions from noted experts on the topic, the text contains information on the design of dissipative self-assemblies that maintain their structures when fueled by an external source of energy. The contributors also examine molecules and nanoscale objects and materials that can produce mechanical work based on molecular machines. Additionally, the book explores non-equilibrium supramolecular polymers that can be trapped in kinetically stable states, as well as out-of-equilibrium chemical systems and oscillators that are important to understand the emergence of complex behaviors and, in particular, the origin of life.  

This important book: 

  • Offers comprehensive coverage of fields from design of dissipative self-assemblies to non-equilibrium supramolecular polymers 
  • Presents information on a highly emerging and interdisciplinary topic 
  • Includes contributions from internationally renowned scientists 

Written for chemists, physical chemists, biochemists, material scientists, Out-of-Equilibrium Supramolecular Systems and Materials is an indispensable resource written by top scientists in the field. 

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General Introduction Concerning the Field of Research and the Content of the Book
Dissipative Supramolecular Self-Assemblies of Polymers
Transient Self-Assemblies of Vesicles and Nanoparticles
Light-Fueled Self-Assemblies of Nanoparticles
Active Colloids and Swarming, Living Crystals
Experimental Aspects of Out-of-Equilibrium Molecular Machines and Motors
Design of Active Nanosystems Incorporating Biomolecular Motors
Theoretical Aspects of Out-of-Equilibrium Molecular Machines and Motors
Living Supramolecular Polymerization in Synthetic and Protein-Based Polymers
Pathway Selection in Supramolecular Polymerization
Kinetically Controlled Self-Assemblies of Block Copolymers
Biocatalytically Controlled Self-Asemblies and Transient Non-Equilibrium States
Out-of-Equilibrium Systems and the Origin of Life
De Novo Design of Chemical Reaction Networks and Oscillators
Design of the PEN Toolbox and Integration into Functional Out-of-Equilibrium Systems
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Andreas Walther
Nicolas Giuseppone
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