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Modern Cyclophane Chemistry

edited by Rolf Gleiter
and Henning Hopf


This reference presents an excellent overview of all the important aspects and latest results in cyclophane chemistry. Clearly structured and covering the entire range, it introduces readers to the most recent research in the field.

Twenty chapters, written by well-known scientists, cover in particular:

  • Synthesis of carbo- and heterocyclic cyclophanes and metallocenophanes,
  • Structural and spectroscopic properties of cyclophanes,
  • Current and future applications in synthesis and material science,
  • Novel reactions of cyclophanes,
  • Use of cyclophanes as building blocks in supramolecular chemistry
  • Current and future applications in synthesis and material science
  • Novel reactions of cyclophanes

Thus, Modern Cyclophane Chemistry is not only an extremely valuable source of information for synthetic organic chemists, but also a ready reference for scientists working in related fields of arene chemistry, stereoselective synthesis, material science, and biorganic chemistry.

Contents

  1. Cyclophynes
  2. Hetera (Cyclo-)phanes
  3. Highly Strained Cyclophanes
  4. Superphanes
  5. Carbon-Bridged Ferrocenophanes
  6. Endohedral Metal Complexes of Cyclophanes
  7. Intramolecular Reactions in Cyclophanes
  8. Reactive Intermediates from Cyclophanes
  9. X-Ray Crystal Structures of Porphyrinophanes as Model Compounds for Photoinduced Electron Transfer
  10. Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectra of Cyclophanes
  11. UV/Vis Spectra of Cyclophanes
  12. Electronic Circular Dichroism of Cyclophanes
  13. Fully Conjugated Beltenes (Belt-Like and Tubular Aromatics)
  14. Molecular Electrochemistry of Cyclophanes
  15. NMR Spectra of Cyclophanesn
  16. Strained Heteroatom-Bridged Metallocenophanes
  17. Cyclophanes as Templates in Stereoselective Synthesis
  18. Vapor-Based Polymerization of Functionalized [2.2] Paracyclophanes: A Unique Approach towards Surface-Engineered Microenvironments
  19. From Cyclophanes to Molecular Machines
  20. Molecular Recognition Studies with Cyclophane Receptors in Aqueous Solutions

Subject Index

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