Metallofoldamers : supramolecular architectures from helicates to biomimetics / edited by Galia Maayan and Markus Albrecht.

Contributor(s): Maayan, Galia G [editor.] | Albrecht, M. (Markus) [editor.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom : Wiley, 2013Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118517437; 1118517431; 9781118517406; 1118517407; 9781118517420; 1118517423; 9781118517413; 1118517415; 9781299188792; 1299188796Subject(s): Metallofoldamers | Oligomers | Supramolecular chemistry | SCIENCE -- Chemistry -- Organic | Metallofoldamers | Oligomers | Supramolecular chemistryGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Metallofoldamers.DDC classification: 547/.7 LOC classification: QD382.O43Online resources: Wiley Online Library Summary: Metallofoldamers are oligomers that fold into three-dimensional structures in a controlled manner upon coordination with metal ions. Molecules in this class have shown an impressive ability to form single-handed helical structures and other three-dimensional architectures. Several metallofoldamers have been applied as sensors due to their selective folding when binding to a specific metal ion, while others show promise for applications as responsive materials on the basis of their ability to fold and unfold upon changes in the oxidation state of the coordinated metal ion, and as novel catalysts.
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Metallofoldamers are oligomers that fold into three-dimensional structures in a controlled manner upon coordination with metal ions. Molecules in this class have shown an impressive ability to form single-handed helical structures and other three-dimensional architectures. Several metallofoldamers have been applied as sensors due to their selective folding when binding to a specific metal ion, while others show promise for applications as responsive materials on the basis of their ability to fold and unfold upon changes in the oxidation state of the coordinated metal ion, and as novel catalysts.

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