By Bruno Pignataro
Chapter 1 Electrospray and Cryospray Mass Spectrometry: From Serendipity to Designed Synthesis of Supramolecular Coordination and Polyoxometalate Clusters (pages 1–32): Haralampos N. Miras and Leroy Cronin
Chapter 2 effective Synthesis of traditional items Aided via automatic Synthesizers and Microreactors (pages 33–57): Shinichiro Fuse, Kazuhiro Machida and Takashi Takahashi
Chapter three Chemoselective relief of Amides and Imides (pages 59–78): Shoubhik Das
Chapter four Ionic Ozonides – From basic Inorganic Salts to Supramolecular construction Blocks (pages 79–95): Hanne Nuss and Martin Jansen
Chapter five Chemistry and organic houses of Amidinoureas: thoughts for the Synthesis of unique Bioactive Hit Compounds (pages 97–126): Daniele Castagnolo
Chapter 6 DNA Catalysts for artificial purposes in Biomolecular Chemistry (pages 127–155): Claudia Hobartner and P. I. Pradeepkumar
Chapter 7 Iron?Catalyzed Csp3 – H Oxidation with H2O2: changing a thorough response right into a Selective and effective artificial software (pages 157–174): Laura Gomez
Chapter eight Hydrogen Bonds instead Activation (pages 175–199): Eugenia Marques?Lopez and Raquel P. Herrera
Chapter nine Electrosynthesized established Catalysts for H2 construction (pages 201–217): Patricia Benito, Francesco Basile, Giuseppe Fornasari, Marco Monti, Erika Scavetta, Domenica Tonelli and Angelo Vaccari
Chapter 10 Microkinetic research of complicated Chemical tactics at Surfaces (pages 219–245): Matteo Maestri
Chapter eleven artificial strength in the back of Gold?Catalyzed Redox procedures (pages 247–272): Cristina Nevado and Teresa de Haro
Chapter 12 Transition?Metal Complexes in Supported Liquid part and Supercritical Fluids – A precious blend for Selective Continuous?Flow Catalysis with built-in Product Separation (pages 273–296): Ulrich Hintermair, Tamilselvi Chinnusamy and Walter Leitner
Chapter thirteen Inhibiting Pathogenic Protein Aggregation: Combinatorial Chemistry in fighting Alpha?1 Antitrypsin Deficiency (pages 297–324): Yi?Pin Chang
Chapter 14 Synthesis and alertness of Macrocycles utilizing Dynamic Combinatorial Chemistry (pages 325–342): Vittorio Saggiomo
Chapter 15 towards Tomorrow's medicinal drugs: The Synthesis of Compound Libraries by means of Solid?Phase Chemistry (pages 343–375): Dagmar C. Kapeller and Stefan Brase
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However, we have also made progress here as shown by the synthesis and characterization of a nano-structured POM-based assembly in the solid state . By grafting of a H-bonding donor ‘‘cap’’ onto a POM cluster, we could control the supramolecular self-assembly of cluster species in solution, as well as in the solid state, leading to the formation of macromolecular H-bonded nano-assemblies of hybrid POM clusters. 15). 15 Hydrogen-bonded distorted tetrahedral nano-assembly of [H2 NC(CH2 O)3 P2 V3 W15 O59 ]6− cluster.
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