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Molecular Structure as a Blueprint for Supramolecular Structure Chemistry in Confined Spaces

Chemistry is an ever expanding “universe” at the microscopic level requiring mastery of the invisible at ever increasing levels of complexity. Starting with atoms, assemblies of a single nucleus and orbiting electrons, the chemist has learned to understand atomic structure through mastery of the pri... Full description

Journal Title: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 02 August 2005, Vol.102(31), pp.10766-10770
Main Author: Turro, Nicholas J.
Other Authors: Halpern, Jack
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title: Molecular Structure as a Blueprint for Supramolecular Structure Chemistry in Confined Spaces
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  • Physical sciences -- Chemistry -- Chemical compounds
  • Physical sciences -- Chemistry -- Chemical bonding
  • Physical sciences -- Chemistry -- Chemical compounds
  • Physical sciences -- Chemistry -- Chemical mixtures
  • Physical sciences -- Chemistry -- Chemical bonding
  • Physical sciences -- Chemistry -- Chemical bonding
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description: Chemistry is an ever expanding “universe” at the microscopic level requiring mastery of the invisible at ever increasing levels of complexity. Starting with atoms, assemblies of a single nucleus and orbiting electrons, the chemist has learned to understand atomic structure through mastery of the principles of electronic configurations. Proceeding to molecules, assemblies of two or more atoms, the chemist has learned to understand molecular structure through mastery of the principles of the covalent bond. It is quite natural that the next level of complexity will be supermolecules, assemblies of two or more molecules, whose structure will be understood through mastery of the principles of the intermolecular bond, which are at the heart of supramolecular chemistry. We shall see that the principles of weak intermolecular “bonds,” while perhaps a bit nonintuitive, obeys the same rules of chemistry as the strong intramolecular covalent bonds.
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