Anion recognition in supramolecular chemistry /

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Imprint:Berlin ; Heidelberg : Springer-Verlag, ©2010.
Description:1 online resource (xii, 370 pages) : illustrations.
Series:Topics in heterocyclic chemistry ; 24
Topics in heterocyclic chemistry ; 24.
Subject:Supramolecular chemistry.
Science des matériaux.
Supramolecular chemistry.
Macromolecular Substances.
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Other authors / contributors:Gale, Philip A.
Dehaen, W. (Wim)
Alcade, E.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summary:Brett M. Rambo {u2219} Eric S. Silver {u2219} Christopher W. Bielawski {u2219} Jonathan L. Sessler Covalent Polymers Containing Discrete Heterocyclic Anion Receptors Philip A. Gale {u2219} Chang-Hee Lee Calix[n]pyrroles as Anion and Ion-Pair Complexants Wim Dehaen Calix[n]phyrins: Synthesis and Anion Recognition Hiromitsu Maeda Acyclic Oligopyrrolic Anion Receptors Jeffery T. Davis Anion Binding and Transport by Prodigiosin and Its Analogs Hemraj Juwarker {u2219} Jae-min Suk {u2219} Kyu-Sung Jeong Indoles and Related Heterocycles Pavel Anzenbacher Jr. Pyrrole-Based Anion Sensors, Part I: Colorimetric Sensors Pavel Anzenbacher Jr. Pyrrole-Based Anion Sensors, Part II: Fluorescence, Luminescence, and Electrochemical Sensors Ermitas Alcalde {u2219} Immaculada Dinarès {u2219} Neus Mesquida Imidazolium-Based Receptors Nathan L. Kilah {u2219} Paul D. Beer Pyridine and Pyridinium-Based Anion Receptors Kevin P. McDonald {u2219} Yuran Hua {u2219} Amar H. Flood 1,2,3-Triazoles and the Expanding Utility of Charge Neutral CHlllAnion Interactions.
Other form:Print version: Anion recognition in supramolecular chemistry. Berlin ; Heidelberg : Springer-Verlag, ©2010 9783642154430