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The Supramolecular Chemistry of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Materials

ISBN/ASIN: 9780470376218,9780470552704 | 2010 | English | pdf | 798/798 pages | 125 Mb

The combination of supramolecular chemistry, inorganic solids, and nanotechnology has already led to significant advances in many areas such as sensing, controlled motion, and delivery. By making possible an unprecedented tunability of the properties of nanomaterials, these techniques open up whole new areas of application for future supramolecular concepts. The Supramolecular Chemistry of Organic–Inorganic Hybrid Materials gathers current knowledge on the subject and provides an overview of the present state and upcoming challenges in this rapidly growing, highly cross- or interdisciplinary research field.
The book details how these designed materials can improve existing materials or generate novel functional features such as chemical amplification, cooperative binding and signal enhancement that are difficult or not at all achievable by classical organic supramolecular chemistry. It also discusses issues related to nanofabrication or nanotechnology such as the directed and controlled assembly or disassembly, biomimetic functions and strategies, and the gating and switching of surface functions or morphology.
Chapter 1 Hybrid (Nano)Materials Meet Supramolecular Chemistry: A Brief Introduction to Basic Terms and Concepts (pages 1–10): Knut Rurack and Ramon Martinez?Manez
Chapter 2 Supramolecular Chemistry at the Mesoscale (pages 11–36): Katsuhiko Ariga, Gary J. Richards, Jonathan P. Hill, Ajayan Vinu and Toshiyuki Mori
Chapter 3 Silica?Based Mesoporous Organic–Inorganic Hybrid Materials (pages 37–111): Frank Hoffmann and Michael Froba
Chapter 4 Modified Gold Nanoparticles and Surfaces (pages 113–154): Paolo Pengo and Lucia Pasquato
Chapter 5 Organically Functionalized Semiconductor Nanocrystals: Synthesis, Properties and System Design for Optoelectronic Applications (pages 155–195): Peter Reiss, Julia de Girolamo and Adam Pron
Chapter 6 Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes for Bioapplications (pages 197–233): Lingrong Gu, Fushen Lu, Pengju G. Luo, Haifang Wang, Mohammed J. Meziani and Ya?Ping Sun
Chapter 7 Metal–Organic Frameworks (MOFs) and Coordination Polymers (pages 235–269): Shin?Ichiro Noro and Susumu Kitagawa
Chapter 8 Nanoparticle and Biomolecular–Nanoparticle Hybrid Supramolecular Complexes for Electrochemical Signaling (pages 271–296): Ronen Polsky, Jason C. Harper and Susan M. Brozik
Chapter 9 Modified Nanoparticles as Nanoelectrocatalysts and Amplifying Sensors (pages 297–318): Shaojun Guo, Erkang Wang and Xiurong Yang
Chapter 10 Signal Generation with Gold Nanoparticles: Photophysical Properties for Sensor and Imaging Applications (pages 319–349): Qingshan Wei and Alexander Wei
Chapter 11 Optical Signaling with Silica Nanoparticles (pages 351–376): Fabrizio Mancin, Paolo Tecilla and Umberto Tonellato
Chapter 12 Organically Modified Quantum Dots in Chemical and Biochemical Analysis (pages 377–403): Maria Teresa Fernandez Arguelles, Jose M. Costa?Fernandez, Rosario Pereiro and Alfredo Sanz?Medel
Chapter 13 Chemically Directed Self?Assembly of Nanoparticle Structures on Surfaces (pages 405–431): Xing Yi Ling, David N. Reinhoudt and Jurriaan Huskens
Chapter 14 Immobilization and Patterning of Biomolecules on Surfaces (pages 433–466): Dorota I. Rozkiewicz, Bart Jan Ravoo and David N. Reinhoudt
Chapter 15 Switchable Host–Guest Chemistry on Surfaces (pages 467–478): Jilie Kong, Chunming Jiang and Li Mu
Chapter 16 Nanogated Mesoporous Silica Materials (pages 479–502): Igor I. Slowing, Brian G. Trewyn and Victor S.?Y. Lin
Chapter 17 Building Molecular Machines on Surfaces (pages 503–529): Alberto Credi, Serena Silvi and Margherita Venturi
Chapter 18 Control of Morphology in Mesoporous and Mesostructured Hybrid Materials (pages 531–545): Darren R. Dunphy, Bernd Smarsly and C. Jeffrey Brinker
Chapter 19 Biomimetically Inspired Signaling (pages 547–580): Knut Rurack, Ramon Martinez?Manez, Felix Sancenon and Ana B. Descalzo
Chapter 20 Imprinted Functionalized Silica (pages 581–598): Maryanne M. Collinson
Chapter 21 Bioinspired Block Copolymer?Based Hybrid Materials (pages 599–636): Marleen Kamperman and Ulrich Wiesner
Chapter 22 Emerging Concepts in Interfacial Chemistry of Hybrid Materials: Nanocontainer?Based Self?Healing Coatings (pages 637–652): Dmitry G. Shchukin, Daria V. Andreeva, Katja Skorb and Helmuth Mohwald
Chapter 23 Molecular Schizophrenics: Switchable Materials with Multiple Functions (pages 653–672): Robert Byrne and Dermot Diamond
Chapter 24 Hybrid Nanomaterials Research: Is It Really Interdisciplinary? (pages 673–687): Ismael Rafols, Martin Meyer and Jae?Hwan Park
Chapter 25 Supramolecular Chemistry Meets Hybrid (Nano)Materials: A Brief Look Ahead (pages 689–700): Knut Rurack and Ramon Martinez?Manez

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