Preface (G.W. Gokel). Supramolecular photoionic devices: photoinduced electron transfer (PET) systems with switchable luminescence output (A. Prasanna de Silva et al.). Molecular recognition in chemistry and biology as viewed from enthalpy-entropy compensation effect: global understanding of supramolecular interactions (Y. Inoue, T. Wada). Anion binding by sapphyrins (J.L. Sessler et al.). Avidin-biotin supramolecular complexation for biosensor applications (J. Anzai, Y. Osa). Artificial ion channels (Y. Kobuke). Chemical sensing based on membranes with supramolecular functions of biomimetic and biological origin (K. Odashima et al.). Supramolecular anion receptors (K.Travis et al.). Index.
Part of a series which presents reports of efforts in all areas of supramolecular science, this volume discusses a variety of topics in the field.
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- 22nd September 1997
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Department of Molecular Biology and Pharmacology, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, USA