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Membranes and molecular assemblies [electronic resource] : the synkinetic approach / J�urgen-Hinrich Fuhrkop and J�urgen Koning.

By: Fuhrhop, J�urgen-Hinrich.
Contributor(s): K�oning, J�urgen, 1958-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Monographs in supramolecular chemistry: no. 5.Publisher: Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry, c1994Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 227 p.) : ill. (some col.).ISBN: 9781847551368 (electronic bk.); 184755136X (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Cell membranes -- Formation | Molecular structure | Macromolecules | Chemistry | Science | SCIENCE / Chemistry / Computational & Molecular ModelingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Membranes and molecular assemblies.DDC classification: 541.224 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Synkinesis and synkinons of supramolecular assemblies -- Syntheses of synkinons for supramolecular assemblies -- Micelles and microemulsions -- Molecular monolayer and bilayer vesicle membranes -- Binding interactions in micellar and vesicular fibres -- Molecular recognition and nanopores in surface monolayers -- Amphiphilic crystals and hydrogen bonded co-crystals.
Summary: This product is not available separately, it is only sold as part of a set. There are 750 products in the set and these are all sold as one entity. Membranes and Molecular Assemblies describes the wealth of membrane structures realized by chemists mainly within the last two decades - micelles, vesicles, fibres, and surface monolayers - from the point of view of supramolecular chemistry. It puts new emphasis on "synkinetic" procedures for the preparation of non-covalent assemblies as well as their structural characterization by electron microscopy, solid state NMR spectroscopy, and comparison to X-ray crystal structures. The supramolecular structure of well-defined molecular assemblies and their use as complex reaction systems is also emphasized. Stereoselective surface recognition, asymmetric membranes, vectorial photoreactions, solid molecular bilayers in the form of tubules or helical rods, and sealable nanopores in membranes or on electrode surfaces are a few outstanding examples. In addition, the importance of well-defined gaps on surfaces and within membranes and crystals is discussed in context for the first time. This book will provide a fascinating read for graduates, researchers, and teachers in bio-organic chemistry, with interests in membranes and surface and colloid structure.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Synkinesis and synkinons of supramolecular assemblies -- Syntheses of synkinons for supramolecular assemblies -- Micelles and microemulsions -- Molecular monolayer and bilayer vesicle membranes -- Binding interactions in micellar and vesicular fibres -- Molecular recognition and nanopores in surface monolayers -- Amphiphilic crystals and hydrogen bonded co-crystals.

This product is not available separately, it is only sold as part of a set. There are 750 products in the set and these are all sold as one entity. Membranes and Molecular Assemblies describes the wealth of membrane structures realized by chemists mainly within the last two decades - micelles, vesicles, fibres, and surface monolayers - from the point of view of supramolecular chemistry. It puts new emphasis on "synkinetic" procedures for the preparation of non-covalent assemblies as well as their structural characterization by electron microscopy, solid state NMR spectroscopy, and comparison to X-ray crystal structures. The supramolecular structure of well-defined molecular assemblies and their use as complex reaction systems is also emphasized. Stereoselective surface recognition, asymmetric membranes, vectorial photoreactions, solid molecular bilayers in the form of tubules or helical rods, and sealable nanopores in membranes or on electrode surfaces are a few outstanding examples. In addition, the importance of well-defined gaps on surfaces and within membranes and crystals is discussed in context for the first time. This book will provide a fascinating read for graduates, researchers, and teachers in bio-organic chemistry, with interests in membranes and surface and colloid structure.

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