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Title: SUPRAMOLECULAR SYNTHESIS OF FUNCTIONAL COMPLEXES USING TOPOLOGICALLY-DIRECTED PYRIDYL CARBOXYLATE
Authors: WU XIALU
Keywords: supramolecular chemistry, pyridyl carboxylate, supramolecular coordination complexes, metal organic frameworks, gas sorption, emission
Issue Date: 22-Aug-2014
Citation: WU XIALU (2014-08-22). SUPRAMOLECULAR SYNTHESIS OF FUNCTIONAL COMPLEXES USING TOPOLOGICALLY-DIRECTED PYRIDYL CARBOXYLATE. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: AS MOLECULAR SYNTHESIS ADVANCES, WE ARE BEGINNING TO EXPERIENCE NOT ONLY THE CHEMICAL REACTIVITY (AND FUNCTIONS) OF A MOLECULE, BUT ALSO BETWEEN AND AMONG THE MOLECULES. IT IS THIS BASIC IDEA THAT LED TO THE CURRENT EXPLOSION OF SUPRAMOLECULAR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING. PARALLEL TO THIS DEVELOPMENT, CHEMISTS HAVE ALSO BEEN ACTIVELY INVESTIGATING THE BUILD-UP OF LARGE MOLECULES USING BASIC MOLECULAR ENTITIES. THIS IS THE FUNDAMENTAL IDEA BEHIND SUPRAMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY. IN THIS PROJECT, PYRIDYL CARBOXYLATE LIGANDS WERE USED AS THE MAIN PART OF THE SUPRAMOLECULAR SYSTEMS AND WE EXPLORED THEIR SYNTHETIC METHODOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS. IN THE FIRST TWO CHAPTERS, TRIPHENYLPHOSPHINE AND 1,1'-BIS(DIPHENYLPHOSPHINO)FERROCENE SUPPORTED CU(I) SYSTEMS WERE DISCUSSED. BY CHOOSING DIFFERENT PYRIDYL CARBOXYLATE LIGANDS, ZIGZAG POLYMERS AND DINUCLEAR COMPLEXES WERE CONSTRUCTED. IN THE FOLLOWING TWO CHAPTERS, CHELATING BIPYRIDINES SUPPORTED CU(II) SYSTEMS WERE DISCUSSED. THREE NEW SQUARE MOFS AND TWO NE
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/120370
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