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Supramolecular Catalysis

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New Directions and Developments

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<b>Supramolecular Catalysis</b> <p><b>Provides a timely and detailed overview of the expanding field of supramolecular catalysis </b> <p>The subdiscpline of supramolecular catalysis has expanded in recent years, benefiting from the development of homogeneous catalysis and supramolecular chemistry. Supramolecular catalysis allows chemists to design custom-tailored metal and organic catalysts by devising non-covalent interactions between the various components of the reaction. <p>Edited by two world-renowned researchers, <i>Supramolecular Catalysis: New Directions and Developments</i> summarizes the most significant developments in the dynamic, interdisciplinary field. Contributions from an international panel of more than forty experts address a broad range of topics covering both organic and metal catalysts, including emergent catalysis by self-replicating molecules, switchable catalysis using allosteric effects, supramolecular helical catalysts, and transition metal catalysis in confined spaces. This authoritative and up-to-date volume: <ul><li>Covers ligand-ligand interactions, assembled multi-component catalysts, ligand-substrate interactions, and supramolecular organocatalysis and non-classical interactions</li> <li>Presents recent work on supramolecular catalysis in water, supramolecular allosteric catalysis, and catalysis promoted by discrete cages, capsules, and other confined environments</li> <li>Highlights current research trends and discusses the future of supramolecular catalysis</li> <li>Includes full references and numerous figures, tables, and color illustrations</li></ul> <p><i>Supramolecular Catalysis: New Directions and Developments</i> is essential reading for catalytic chemists, complex chemists, biochemists, polymer chemists, spectroscopists, and chemists working with organometallics.

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