By J. P. Sauvage, Christiane Dietrich-Buchecker
This trip during the interesting international of molecular topology specializes in catenanes, rotaxanes and knots, their synthesis, houses, and functions and the speculation of interlocking and interpenetrating molecules. approximately 100 years of growth have handed on account that Willstatter's speculative imaginative and prescient of a molecule which includes interlinked earrings. yet even this day the synthesis of such buildings are a problem to the creativity of artificial chemists. those molecules aren't merely of educational curiosity, when you consider that they happen evidently. In such molecules as DNA, knots and comparable topological beneficial properties play a key position in biochemical approaches. furthermore, large learn at the homes of polyrotaxanes and polycatenanes convey capability functions as molecular magnets, wires or switches. Twelve foreign best specialists within the box current the huge and ambitious spectrum of the topology of those molecules, from theoretical points and new pathways in synthesis to probing their houses. All researchers operating during this interdisciplinary region, even if natural, inorganic or polymer chemists, in addition to fabric scientists, will welcome this finished and updated paintings as an inspiring resource for artistic study principles.
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