5 edition of Metal complexes and metals in macromolecules found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Dieter Wöhrle, Anatolii D. Pomogailo ; with contributions from Y. Amao ...[et al.]|
|Contributions||Wöhrle, Dieter, 1939-, Pomogaĭlo, A. D.|
|LC Classifications||QD381.8 .M48 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 667 p. :|
|Number of Pages||667|
|LC Control Number||2004540103|
Zinc complexes of sulphur-nitrogen containing ligands are very important from the biological point of view. Zinc is one of the widely coordinated metals in biologically important macromolecules. Synthesis of novel macromolecular complexes of Zn, coordinated via S and/or N should be beneficial for the future research in this by: 3. Macromolecular complexes are cellular machines that perform a wide array of vital tasks. Understanding their structure is crucial to understanding their function, and will shed light on how the cell functions in health and disease. Current techniques offer some insights into the structure of these machines, but new and more powerful methods are needed to elucidate them fully.
Metal complexes of Schiff base derived from the reaction of substituted salicylaldehydes with aliphatic and aromatic amines represent a series of compounds containing nitrogen, sulphur and oxygen ligand donor atoms that has been widely studied [1,2].Schiff base molecules afford potential sites for bio-chemically active compounds that are related to intermolecular hydrogen Cited by: "Macromolecular Complexes with Organic Metals" H. Nishide,Dept. of Polymer Chemistry, "Complexes of Macromolecules and Metal Nanoparticles: pseudo- template synthesis and behavior" The Abstract will be reproduced exactly as submitted in the Book of Abstracts, which will be available at the symposium.
This book series Macromolecules Containing Metal and Metal-like Elements brings new concepts and developments in the titled area of research. Volume 9 focuses attention on the area of supramolecular chemistry, supramolecular architecture and supramolecular self-assemblies that involve materials containing metals and metal-like elements and the potential applications of . Different aspects of biomedical applications are embedded in numerous excellent reviews or book chapters on metal-containing polymers: such as “Metallopolymers: New Multifunctional Materials” by Manners, 2 “Recent developments in the Supramolecular Chemistry of Terpyridine-metal Complexes” by Schubert et al., 58 “Macromolecules Cited by:
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Metals and metal complexes can form compounds with organic macromolecules that show amazing properties. As is so often the case, nature leads by example. Synthetically produced model compounds, such as phthalocyanines, porphyrines or metalloproteins, as well as metallorganic polymers have aroused much interest in materials science.
Metals and metal complexes can form compounds with organic macromolecules that show amazing is so often the case, nature leads by example. Synthetically produced model compounds, such as phthalocyanines, porphyrines or metalloproteins, as well as metallorganic polymers have aroused much interest in materials by: Metal Complexes and Metals in Macromolecules.
The most famous metal complexes are even naturally occurring, The chelating polymers classification adopted in this book. Metals and metal complexes can form compounds with organic macromolecules that show amazing properties.
As is so often the case, nature leads by example. Binding of Metal Ions and Metal Complexes to Macromolecules Carriers (D.
Wohrle). Metal Complexes as Part of a Linear or Cross-linked Macromolecule via the Ligand (D. Wohrle). Metals or Metal Complexes as Part of Linear or Crosslinked. Inorganic and Organometallic Transition Metal Complexes with Biological Molecules and Living Cells provides a complete overview of this important research area that is perfect for both newcomers and expert researchers in the field.
Through concise chapters written and edited by esteemed experts, this book brings together a comprehensive. E-mail address: [email protected]‐ Institute of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry, University of Bremen, P.O.
BoxBremen, Germany. Search for more papers by this authorCited by: 1. Metals and metal complexes can form compounds with organic macromolecules that show amazing properties.
As is so often the case, nature leads by example. Synthetically produced model compounds, Metal complexes and metals in macromolecules book as phthalocyanines, porphyrines or metalloproteins, as well as metallorganic polymers have aroused much interest in materials science.
Their special. Uptake and Storage of Transition Metals. In Chapter 1 "Introduction to Chemistry", we described the three possible dietary levels for any essential element: deficient, optimal, and toxic, in order of increasing concentration in the diet (Figure "Possible Concentrations of an Essential Element in the Diet").If the concentration of an essential element in the diet is too low, an organism.
The first concise overview on the topic, spanning the spectrum from fundamentals to new application areas. The synthesis, kinetics and thermodynamics of these complexes are covered in detail, while much emphasis is placed on special properties such as gas transport, charge transport, catalysis and light-induced processes.
Furthermore, the authors treat the actual. Abstract. The principal advances and problems of the preparation of polymeric metal complexes based on metal chelate monomers are analyzed.
These monomers contain metal chelate cycle and multiple bonds for (co)polymerization or functionality, which can be involved in : Gulzhian I. Dzhardimalieva, Igor E. Uflyand. Modulating Antimicrobial Activity by Synthesis: Dendritic Copolymers Based on Nonquaternized 2-(Dimethylamino)ethyl Methacrylate by Cu-Mediated ATRP.
Metal- and metalloid-containing macromolecules are defined as large molecules (i.e., polymers, DNA, proteins) that contain a metal or metalloid group affiliated with the molecule. Compiled by an all-star cast of macromolecular experts, Macromolecules Containing Metal and Metal-Like Elements, Volume 2, Organoiron-Containing Polymers:Format: Hardcover.
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Metallopolymers is an exciting and promising area of research and this book focuses on the strategy of incorporating transition metals into macromolecules to design functional materials for addressing such book Author: Alaa S Abd-El-Aziz, Christian Agatemor, Wai-Yeung Wong.
Metalloenzymes represent a broad class of important biomolecules containing an essential metal ion cofactor in their catalytic active sites, forming biologic metal complexes that perform a wide.
Metal Complexes and Metals in Macromolecules: Synthesis, Structure and Properties (1st Edition) by Dieter Wöhrle, Anatolii D. Pomogailo, Anatoliĭ Dmitrievich Pomogaĭlo, Dieter WãHrle, D.
Wohrle Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Need it Fast?Book Edition: 1st Edition. Publisher Summary. This chapter describes the potential ligands that could be involved in binding metals in metalloproteins. These can divided into naturally occurring amino acids in the protein itself; amino acids that have been chemically modified in order to bind specific metal ions, such as Ca 2+; low-molecular weight inorganic ligands, such as carbonate, cyanide and carbon.
Complexes . When ligands form co-ordinate bonds with transition metals ions a complex is formed. Common ligands are H 2 O and NH transition metal ion acts as a Lewis Acid and the ligand acts as a Lewis um: 1s² 2s² 2p⁶ 3s² 3p⁶ 3d⁵ 4s¹.
book: ion exchange and solvent extraction of metal complexes.Macromolecules Containing Metal and Metal-Like Elements, Nanoscale Interactions of Metal-Containing Polymers Alaa S.
Abd-El-Aziz, Charles E. Carraher, Charles U. Pittman, Martel Zeldin This series provides a useful, applications-oriented forum for the next generation of macromolecules and materials.Integrating metals into the conjugated framework of a polymer can influence its electronic, optical and magnetic properties.
The metal may act as an n- or p-dopant to alter the polymer's conductivity, provided that the metal and polymer are electronically coupled. The fourth chapter, ‘Metal-Containing π-Conjugated Polymers’, by M.