Host-Guest-Systems Based on Nanoporous Crystals

Host-Guest-Systems Based on Nanoporous Crystals

Editor(s): Franco Laeri, Ferdi Schüth, Ulrich Simon, Michael Wark

Published Online: 28 JAN 2005

Print ISBN: 9783527305018

Online ISBN: 9783527602674

DOI: 10.1002/3527602674

About this Book

Interest in nanoporous crystals as host-guest systems has risen dramatically over the past few years, such that this fascinating class of substances now plays an important role not only in material sciences, but also in numerous other disciplines, such as organic or supramolecular chemistry. With their unique characteristics, nanoporous crystals offer a wide range of possible applications: They are used as molecular sieves or membranes as well as catalytic converters. This work presents the very first overview of this exciting field.
Readers will find everything they need to know about these unusual materials, with all their many attributes:
· Synthesis of host-guest systems
· Description of the structural and dynamic aspects
· Electronic and optical characteristics of the materials
· Possible applications.
An indispensable reference for materials scientists as well as for catalytic and inorganic chemists, and all those working in the field.

Table of contents

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  1. Part 1: Synthesis Routes for Functional Composites Based on Nanoporous Materials

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    2. Chapter 1

      Guest Functionalized Crystalline Organic/Inorganic Nanohybrid Materials (pages 7–28)

      Peter Behrens, Christian Panz, Clemens Kühn, Bernd M. Pillep and Andreas M. Schneider

    3. Chapter 6

      Cationic Host–Guest Polymerization of Vinyl Monomers in MCM-41 (pages 103–120)

      Stefan Spange, Annett Gräser, Friedrich Kremer, Andreas Huwe and Christian Jäger

  2. Part 2: Structure and Dynamics of Guest–Host Composites Based on Nanoporous Crystals

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    2. Chapter 15

      Host–Guest Interactions in Bassanite, CaSO4·0.5 H2O (pages 280–305)

      Henning Voigtländer, Björn Winkler, Wulf Depmeier, Karsten Knorr and Lars Ehm

  3. Part 3: Electrical Properties and Electronic Structure

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    2. Chapter 20

      Molecular Dynamics in Confined Space (pages 379–392)

      Friedrich Kremer, Andreas Huwe, Annett Gräser, Stefan Spange and Peter Behrens

    3. Chapter 24

      Cetineites: Nanoporous Semiconductors with Zeolite-Like Channel Structure (pages 451–477)

      Frank Starrost, Oliveo Tiedje, Wolfgang Schattke, Jörg Jockel and Prof. Dr. Ulrich Simon

  4. Part 4: Optical Properties of Molecular Sieve Compounds

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    2. Chapter 28

      New Microlasers Based on Molecular Sieve/Laser Dye Composite Materials (pages 544–557)

      Özlem Weiß, Prof. Dr. Ferdi Schüth, Justus Loerke, Frank Marlow, Lhoucine Benmohammadi, Dr. Franco Laeri, Christian Seebacher, Christian Hellriegel, Fred-Walter Deeg and Christoph Bräuchle

    3. Chapter 30

      Microscopic Lasers Based on the Molecular Sieve AlPO4-5 (pages 584–617)

      Lhoucine Benmohammadi, A. Erodabasi, K. Koch, Dr. Franco Laeri, N. Owschimikow, U. Vietze, G. Ihlein, Prof. Dr. Ferdi Schüth, Özlem Weiß, Ingo Braun, Matthias Ganschow, Günter Schulz-Eckloff, Dieter Wöhrle, J. Wiersig and J. U. Nöckel

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