Chapter 1. Fluorescence Methods for Study of Cyclodextrin Inclusion Complexation and Excitation Transfers in Cyclodextrin Complexes (Joon Woo Park).
Chapter 2. The Effect of Cyclodextrins on Guest Fluorescence (B.D. Wagner).
Chapter 3. Measurement of Chiral Recognition in Cyclodextrins by Fluorescence Anisotropy (M.E. McCarroll, I.W. Kimaru).
Chapter 4. Phochemistry and Photophysics of Cyclodextrin Caged Dugs: Relevance to their Stability and Efficiency (M. El-Kemary, A. Douhal).
Chapter 5. Excited State Properties of Higher order Cyclodextrin Complexes (S. Monti, P. Bortolus).
Chapter 6. Cyclodextrin Inclusion Complexes: Triplet State and Phosphorescence (Wei Jun Jin).
Chapter 7. Quantum-Mechanical and Molecular Mechanics Studies of Host-Guest Stabilization and Reactivity in Cyclodextrin Nanocavities (M. Moreno).
Chapter 8. Fast and Ultrafast Dynamics in Cyclodextrin Nanostructures (A. Douhal).
Chapter 9. Structural Characterization of Colloidal Cyclodextrins: Molecular Recognition by means of Photophysical Investigation (A. Mazzaglia).
Chapter 10. Functional Cyclodextrin Systems: From Spectrophotometric Studies to Photophysical and Photochemical Behaviors (Yu Liu et al.).
Chapter 11. Supramolecular Photochirogenesis with Cyclodextrin (Cheng Yang, Yoshihisa Inoue).
Chapter 12. Chemosensors for Detecting Molecules using Modified Cyclodextrins and Cyclodextrin-Peptide Conjugates (Hiroshi Ikeda, Akihiko Ueno).
Chapter 13. Cyclodextrin-based Rotaxanes (He Tian, Qiao-Chun Wang).
Chapter 14. Biochemical and Physical Stimuli-triggered Cyclodextrin Release from Biodegradable Polyrotaxanes and those Hydrogels (Tooru Ooya).
Cyclodextrin Materials Photochemistry, Photophysics and Photobiology provides to the scientific community the state-of-the art on photochemistry, photophysics and photobiology of cyclodextrin complexes in one book, and the chapters material will trigger further research in applied science connected to these small nanocapsules.
The chapters contain a large number of information of value not only to readers working in the field of cyclodextrins, but also to researchers working on related areas like those of supramolecular chemistry, nanochemistry, and in general in nano- and biotechnology.
- 14 Chapters reviewed by specialists working in the field
- Chapters are ordered from simple to more complex systems and techniques providing developments in the field and its future
- Of interest to a multidisciplinary audience working in confined nanostructures
For those working in this field, but also to researchers working on related areas like those of nano- and biotechnology, and to under-graduate students, academics and engineers.
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@qu: "This book highlighting studies of photophysical, chemical, and biological processes in molecular cages, such as cyclodextrins, is significant and timely as this area of research has blossomed particularly over the past decade, with the advancement of new limits for time resolution and spectral sensitivity." @source: Prof. Ahmed H. Zewail, currently the Linus Pauling Chair Professor of Chemistry and Physics, and the Director of the Physical Biology Center for UST and the NSF Laboratory for Molecular Sciences (LMS), California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA. Professor Zewail was awarded the 1999 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his pioneering developments in the field of femtoscience.
Abderrazzak Douhal has been studying the photochemistry and photophysics of composites using silica-based materials for many years. He published around 200 articles, and co-edited 3 books. He is serving in the editorial board of several international journals. For his work on the photochemistry of silica-based materials, he was awed by the International Association for Advanced Materials (2016), and by the Japanese Photochemistry Association (2018) for his work on the photochemistry of MOFs. For the last 3 decades, his research work focused on femtochemistry in liquids and confining media. His recent interest is deserved to elucidating the ultrafast spectroscopy and microscopy of hydrogen-bonded organic frameworks (HOFs), metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and applications of their composites to lighting and sensing.
Professor, Department of Physical Chemistry, Faculty of Environmental Science and Biochemistry, University of Castilla-La Mancha – Toledo, Spain