Cyclodextrins: Properties and Applications

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Authored by two experts working in this important field of research, the timely book covers the latest advances in the synthesis of cyclodextrins, their properties and important industrial applications. To this end, the authors describe covalent and non–covalent assemblies, cyclodextrin inclusion complexes, cyclodextrin polymers, and modified cyclodextrins, resulting in an up–to–date overview of cyclodextrin chemistry. An invaluable reference for organic and polymer chemists in academia as well as those researchers in industry working in polymer, supramolecular and pharmaceutical chemistry, as well as food, textile and cosmetic science.
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ISBN-13: 9783527339808
ISBN-10: 3527339809
Pagini: 336
Dimensiuni: 179 x 249 x 22 mm
Greutate: 0.86 kg
Editura: Wiley Vch
Locul publicării: Weinheim, Germany

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Organic Chemists, Complex Chemists, Polymer Chemists, Pharmaceutical Chemists, Chemists in Industry, Materials Scientists, Chemical Industry, University Institutes and Libraries


Acknowledgment vii
Introduction 1
Part I Characteristic Features of CDs 7
1 CD–Based Rotaxanes and Polyrotaxanes as Representative Supramolecules 9
1.1 CD–Based Rotaxanes 10
1.2 CD–Based Polyrotaxanes 19
1.2.1 CD–Based Polyrotaxanes with Triblock and Pentablock Backbones 19
1.2.2 CD–Based Polyrotaxanes with other Backbones 26
1.3 CD–Based Pseudopolyrotaxanes 43
2 CD–BasedMicelles, Vesicles, and Metal Nanoparticles 51
2.1 CD–Based Micelles 52
2.2 CD–Based Vesicles 68
2.3 CD–Based Metal Nanoparticles 75
3 CD Inclusion Complexes 87
3.1 CD Inclusion Complexes with Monocarboxylic Aromatic Acids 87
3.2 The – and –CD Inclusion Complexes with Selected Guest
Components 88
4 CD Dimers 99
4.1 CD Dimers Bridged by Various Spacers 99
4.2 CD Dimers Bridged by Azobenzene Moiety and by Platinum (IV)
Complex as Spacers 119
References 129
Part II Polymeric CDs 145
5 CD Multiarm Polymers 147
5.1 Multiarm Polymers Containing a CD Core 147
5.2 Micelles and Multiarm CD Polymers Containing a POSS Core 159
6 CD–Based Dendrimers 167
6.1 Monomeric Dendrimers with a CD Core 167
6.2 Polymeric CD–Based Dendrimers 171
6.2.1 Polymeric Dendrimers with a PAMAM Core 171
6.2.2 Polymeric Dendrimers with a CD Core 180
7 CD–Based Polymeric Gels 187
7.1 Polymeric Gels Built Exclusively from CD 187
7.2 Polymeric Gels Built from CD and selected Polymers 190
7.3 CD–Based Polymeric Gels as Nanosponges 199
7.4 CD–Based Gels Built with the use of ILs 209
References 219
Part III CD Assemblies with Nanocarbons and Final Remarks Concerning CD Applications 229
8 CD Assemblies with Nanocarbons 231
8.1 CD Assembles with Fullerenes 232
8.1.1 CD Covalent Assemblies with Fullerenes 232
8.1.2 CD Noncovalent Assemblies with Fullerenes 235
8.2 CD Assemblies with Nanotubes 248
8.3 CD Assemblies with Graphene 259
9 CD Applications 269
9.1 CD Medical Applications 270
9.2 CD Environmental Protection Applications 276
9.3 CD Industrial Applications 286
References 297
Conclusion 309
Index 311

Notă biografică

Wanda Sliwa is Professor of Chemistry at Jan Dlugosz University of Czestochowa, Poland. She obtained her Ph.D. from Wroclaw University of Technology (Poland) and then became assistant professor and later on associate professor at the same university. After a year of research at Université Paul Sabatier in Toulouse, France, she moved to Jan Dlugosz University of Czestochowa in 1981. She has been there vice–rector, head of the Organic Chemistry Department and director of the Institute of Chemistry. She has published around 320 papers, three books and ten patents to her name. Her research is focused on azaaromatic compounds and supramolecular chemistry.

Tomasz Girek is an assistant professor at Jan Dlugosz University of Czestochowa, Poland. He studied chemistry there and obtained his Ph.D. from Silesian University in Katowice, Poland. He spent almost three years as a research fellow in the group of Prof. K. Matsumoto at Kyoto University (Japan) and in the group of Prof. S.–T. Lim at Korea University in Seoul (South Korea). He then joined the Department of Organic Chemistry at Jan Dlugosz University. He has published 35 papers and one book. He is a member of the Polish Chemical Society and European Cyclodextrin Society. His research interests are in the field of cyclodextrin chemistry and supramolecular chemistry.