Special Issue "Supramolecular Coordination Complexes: Synthesis and Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2023 | Viewed by 443
Interests: synthesis; NMR spectroscopy; coordination chemistry; nuclear magnetic resonance
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Coordination supramolecular chemistry has evolved to a stage whereby a large number of well-defined structures have been prepared through the establishment of metal–ligand interactions between small buildings blocks. In recent decades, an increasing number of combinations between acceptor metal compounds and organic or metallo-organic donor fragments have been used as building blocks, thus allowing the obtention of a huge variety of supramolecular architectures and assemblies. One of the most attractive features of this kind of compounds is the suitability for a great variety of applications. On one hand, the use of building blocks with specific functionalities can produce species with the desired properties. On the other hand, the formation of supramolecular entities can give rise to compounds with new properties that can be used in a wide range of potential applications, such as catalysis, sensoring, or switching devices, among others.
In this Special Issue, we wish to cover the most recent advances in the synthesis and applications of supramolecular coordination compounds (SCCs). This will also contribute to the discovery of new strategies and collaborations among researchers in the field.
Dr. Montserrat Ferrer
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- ligand design and synthesis
- supramolecular chemistry
- organometallic chemistry
- noncovalent interactions
- coordination compound/complex