Advanced Structural Chemistry

Tailoring Properties of Inorganic Materials and their Applications
Wiley-VCH (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 14. April 2021
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • XXII, 1066 Seiten
978-3-527-34900-5 (ISBN)
Diese einzigartige Publikation beschäftigt sich mit der Beziehung zwischen Struktur und Funktion von Stoffen, wirkungsvollen und präzisen Synthesemethoden und theoretischen Werkzeugen für neue Funktionscluster und poröse Materialien.
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  • Englisch
  • Weinheim
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  • Deutschland
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
  • 76 s/w Abbildungen, 35 s/w Tabellen, 786 farbige Abbildungen
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  • 200 schwarz-weiße und 600 farbige Abbildungen
  • Höhe: 249 mm
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  • Breite: 174 mm
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  • Dicke: 68 mm
  • 2441 gr
978-3-527-34900-5 (9783527349005)
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Professor Rong Cao is Director of Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter, Chinese Academy of Sciences (FJIRSM, CAS) and Director of Institute of Urban Environment, CAS. He received his B.S. degree in Chemical Physics from the University of Science and Technology of China, Ph.D. in Chemical Physics from FJIRSM CAS and a recipient of the Research Assistant at Hongkong Polytechnic University and the JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship Program for Foreign Researchers at Nagoya University. Since 2002, he became a full professor and PI at FJIRSM, CAS. He has received numerous scientific awards, including the second Prize in China's State Natural Science Award (2002, the third author), the first Prize in Natural Sciences of Chinese Academy of Sciences (2001, the third author); the Second Prize in Natural Sciences of Chinese Academy of Sciences (2000, the second author); the first Prize in Natural Sciences of Fujian province; National Science Fund of Distinguished Young Scholars (2003); Special allowances experts of the State Council (2004); National Candidate of New Century Talents Project (2006); China Youth Science and Technology Award (2006) and so on.
INTRODUCTION COORDINATION-ASSEMBLED METAL-ORGANIC MACROCYCLES AND CAGES Introduction Metallacycles Metallacages Conclusion STRUCTURAL CHEMISTRY OF METAL-OXO CLUSTERS Oxo Clusters of Transition Metal Oxo Clusters of Main Group Metal Oxo Clusters of Lanthanides Conclusion SYNTHETIC APPROACHES, STRUCTURAL DIVERSITIES AND BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF MOLYBDENUM(TUNGSTEN) BASED HETEROMETALLIC SULFIDE CLUSTERS AND COORDINATION POLYMERS Introduction Synthesis of Mo-Fe-S Cuboidal Clusters for the Structural Modeling of the Iron-Molybdenum Cofactor (FeMoco) Rationally Designed Synthesis of Mo(W)-Cu(Ag)-S Clusters Rationally Designed Synthesis of W(Mo)-Ag-S Coordination Polymers Conclusion GROUP 11-!5 METAL CHALCOGENIDES Introduction Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Chalcogenides Based on II-VI Semiconductors Discrete Chalcogenide Clusters Synthesized in Ionic Liquids Chalcogenidostannates Chalcogenidoantimonates Selected Properties for Group 11-15 Metal Chalcogenides Conclusion and Outlook THE STRUCTURES OF METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS Introduction One-Dimensional MOFs Two-;Dimensional MOFs Three-Dimensional MOFs Conclusion STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND RATIONAL SYNTHESIS Introduction Polyoxometalate Clusters Chalcogenidometalate Superlattices Polygonal/Polyhedral Complexes Metal-Organic Frameworks Conclusion STRUCTURAL TOPOLOGIES AND INTERPENETRATION IN COORDINATION POLYMERS Introduction Supramolecular Assembly and Reticular Synthesis Geometric Basis of Crystallization Chemistry Dual Nets Topological Network of Metal Organic Framework Rod-Packing Topology Networks Conclusion INORGANIC CHALCOGENIDES: FROM ZERO-DIMENSIONAL CLUSTERS TO THREE-DIMENSIONAL FRAMEWORKS Introduction Inorganic Chalcogenides Conclusion RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRUCTURE AND ELECTROLUMINSCENT, PHOTOCHROMIC, OR SECOND-ORDER NON-LINEAR OPTICAL PROPERTY Introduction Organic Electroluminescent Materials-d8/d10 Heteronuclear Metal Complexes Conclusion RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRUCTURE AND FERROELECTRIC PROPERTIES Concepts and Fundamentals Recent Advance of Molecular Feroelectrics Conlcusion and Perspective THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRUCTURE AND ELECTRIC PROPERTY Introduction Structure and Electrical Properties of Inorganic Conductive Materials Structure and Electrical Properties of Organic Conductive Materials Structure and Electrical Properties of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Conductive Materials UNDERSTANDING MAGNETO-STRUCTURAL CORRELATIONS TOWARD DESIGN OF MOLECULAR MAGNETS Introduction Magneto-Structural Correlations in Spin-Crossover Compounds Magneto-Structural Correlations of Low-Dimensional Magnets Influence of Ligand Bridging Modes on the Mediated Magnetic Coupling Geometrically Frustrated Molecular Magnetic Materials RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOF STRUCTURES AND GAS ABSORPTION PROPERTIES Introduction Basic Conceptions about Gas Absorption The Correlation between Physical Adsorption Isotherms and MOFs Structures Effect of Material Defects on Gas Adsorption Representative MOFs with Ultra-High Surface Area and the Factors Effecting on Surface Area Adsorption Enthalpy of MOF Materials RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRUCTURE AND SEPARATION PROPERTY Introduction CO2 Capture and Separation Separation of Hydrocarbons Separation of Noble Gases Separation of Hydrogen Isotopes Enantioselective Separation CATALYSIS IN METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS: RELATIONSIP BETWEEN ACTIVITIES AND STRUCTURES Introduction Catalysis by Metal Nodes Catalysis by Functionalized Linkers Catalysis by Species in Pores Asymmetric Catalysis in MOFs Photocatalysis in MOFs Multi-Component Catalysis Using MOFs

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