Carbon-rich compounds: from molecules to materials by Michael M. Haley, Rik R. Tykwinski

By Michael M. Haley, Rik R. Tykwinski

This is often the single updated ebook out there to target the synthesis of those compounds during this quite compatible manner. A staff of fine foreign authors promises top of the range content material, protecting such subject matters as monodisperse carbon-rich oligomers, molecular digital wires, polyaromatic hydrocarbons, nonconjugated small molecules, nanotubes, fullerenes, polyynes, macrocycles, dendrimers, phenylenes and diamondoid structures.The result's a must have for everybody operating during this increasing and interdisciplinary box, together with natural and polymer chemists, fabrics scientists, and chemists operating in undefined.

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There is no direct spectroscopic evidence for light-induced isomerization in the ethenebased spacers but, in the absence of detailed information about how changes in temperature affect the rate of energy transfer, the mechanism remains unknown. , Dexter-type electron exchange) interactions contribute to the overall process. In this case, the ability of the central bicyclooctane unit to function as a regulator, or insulator, cannot be judged. It is interesting to note that selective oxidation of the Os II unit switches on the possibility for intramolecular electron transfer between the terminals [88].

1) [18–20]. Related work has shown that individual molecules can operate as the active elements in electronic switches [21]. Analytical techniques have been developed to monitor such processes [22] and to image single molecules [23–25]. Bundling together several thousand such molecules can lead to the construction of random-access memory devices capable of write, read and erase cycles [26]. Several research groups have described nano-wires formed by controlled polymerization [27–29] or functionalization of polymeric micelles [30].

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