Supramolecular chemistry


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Supramolecular chemistry

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Supramolecular chemistry is the study of entities of greater complexity than individual molecules — assemblies of molecules that bond and organize through intermolecular interactions. The design and synthesis of supramolecular systems invokes interactions beyond the covalent bond, using, for example, hydrogen bonding, metal coordination and π interactions to bring discrete building blocks together.

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106 skos:definition Molecular capsules are molecular scaffolds that have a cavity that can be used to hold a guest molecule. The capsules are of particular interest in the development of nanoscale reactors that can manipulate the chemistry of the trapped species, and in applications such as catalysis and drug delivery.
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114 sg:ontologies/subjects/supramolecular-chemistry
115 skos:definition Self-assembly is the process by which an organized structure spontaneously forms from individual components, as a result of specific, local interactions among the components. When the constitutive components are molecules, the process is termed molecular self-assembly.
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117 skos:prefLabel Self-assembly
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121 rdfs:label Supramolecular polymers
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123 sg:ontologies/subjects/supramolecular-chemistry
124 skos:definition Supramolecular polymers are polymers in which the monomers are linked through non-covalent interactions such as coordination bonds, π-π interactions or hydrogen bonds.
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126 skos:prefLabel Supramolecular polymers
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