Supramolecular control of structure and reactivity by Andrew D. Hamilton

By Andrew D. Hamilton

This quantity concentrates on catalysis in biochemical environments, giving new views to prior study, present advancements and destiny instructions. subject matters variety from micelles acting catalytic reactions, energetic websites on heme proteins and artificial regulate of oligonucleotide buildings to layout of proteins, self-assembling constructions and self-replicating molecules. A accomplished survey of the literature on supramolecular chemistry for 1993-94 is additionally incorporated.

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