Angewandte Chemie International Edition

Cover image for Vol. 57 Issue 4

Editor: Neville Compton, Deputy Editor: Frank Maass. Editor Emeritus: Peter Gölitz

Online ISSN: 1521-3773

Associated Title(s): Angewandte Chemie, Chemistry - A European Journal, Chemistry – An Asian Journal, ChemistryOpen, ChemPhotoChem, ChemPlusChem, Zeitschrift für Chemie

53_22/2014Cover Picture: Engineering Multifunctional Capsules through the Assembly of Metal–Phenolic Networks (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 22/2014)

Multifunctional capsules were assembled through interactions between metal ions and a single organic ligand. In their Communication on page 5546 ff., F. Caruso et al. show that a common phenolic plant compound, tannic acid, can be used to coordinate a variety of metals, yielding a library of metal–phenolic network (MPN) capsules. The functional properties of the MPN capsule are determined by the coordinated metals and can be tailored for various applications.

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Multifunctional capsules were assembled through interactions between metal ions and a single organic ligand. In their Communication on page 5546 ff., F. Caruso et al. show that a common phenolic plant compound, tannic acid, can be used to coordinate a variety of metals, yielding a library of metal–phenolic network (MPN) capsules. The functional properties of the MPN capsule are determined by the coordinated metals and can be tailored for various applications.

Chiral Boron Clustersfor001

The [B30] cluster exists as a pair of planar structures with a hexagonal hole at different positions. J. Li, L.-S. Wang, and co-workers show in their Communication on page 5540 ff. that these two isomers are enantiomers.


Targeted Synthesisfor002

In their Communication on page 5672 ff., D. C. Johnson and co-workers describe how designed precursors can be used to direct the self-assembly of targeted intergrowth structures.


Protein Networksfor003

In their Communication on page 5680 ff., R. Tampé et al. describe a new way to arrange fusion proteins in a biocompatible hydrogel with minimal distortion using two-photon activation.


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