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The following, the editors Rolf Gleiter and Henning Hopf current a superb evaluation of the entire vital facets and most modern ends up in cyclophane chemistry. truly based and masking the complete diversity, the publication introduces readers to the latest learn within the box. Twenty chapters, written by way of famous scientists, conceal in particular:synthesis of carbo- and heterocyclic cyclophanes and metallocenophanesstructural and spectroscopic homes of cyclophanescurrent and destiny purposes in synthesis and fabric sciencenovel reactions of cyclophanesuse of cyclophanes as development blocks in supramolecular chemistryfor this attention-grabbing type of compoundsThus, this isn't in simple terms an incredibly worthy resource of knowledge for artificial natural chemists, but additionally a prepared reference for scientists operating in comparable fields of arene chemistry, stereoselective synthesis, fabric technology, and bioorganic chemistry.
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