Supramolecular Coordination Complexes

Supramolecular Coordination Complexes

Design, Synthesis, and Applications

1st Edition - September 30, 2022

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  • Editor: Sankarasekaran Shanmugaraju
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323907057

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Supramolecular Coordination Complexes: Design, Synthesis, and Applications discusses the growth of the field and explores the advantages, opportunities and latest applications of supramolecular complexes. Beginning with an introduction to design principles, synthetic methods, and post-synthetic functionalization of supramolecular complexes, the book goes on to compile the different analytical and computational modeling methods used to understand the structure and functional properties of supramolecular structures. Applications of supramolecular complexes in biomedicine, sensing, catalysis and materials are then explored in detail. Drawing on the knowledge of a global team of experts, this book provides a wealth of interesting information for students and researchers working in the design, synthesis or application of such complexes.

Key Features

  • Discusses cutting-edge approaches for the investigation of supramolecular coordination chemistry
  • Summarizes a varied range of supramolecular coordination, complex designs and applications
  • Highlights the interdisciplinary connections between supramolecular chemistry and the fields of biology and materials science

Readership

Students and Researchers working with supramolecular coordination complexes across physical, theoretical, inorganic, and materials chemistry and biochemistry

Table of Contents

  • 1. Supramolecular coordination self-assembly— A general introduction 00 Binduja Mohan, Sankarasekaran Shanmugaraju 1.1 Introduction 00 1.2 Coordination-driven molecular self-assembly 00 1.3 Background and design principles 00 1.3.1 Directional bonding approach 00 1.3.2 Symmetry interaction approach 00 1.3.3 Paneling approach 00 1.3.4 Weak-link approach 00 1.3.5 Dimetallic building block approach 00 1.4 Characterization of supramolecular coordination complexes 00 1.5 Functionalization of supramolecular coordination complexes 00 1.6 Self-sorting and self-selection in supramolecular coordination complex formation 00 1.7 Selected examples of 2D and 3D supramolecular coordination complexes 00 1.8 Conclusion 00 Acknowledgment 00 References 00

    2. Supramolecular coordination complexes from metalloligands: Hydrogen bonding-based self-assemblies 00 Ruchika Gupta, Sanya Pachisia, Rajeev Gupta 2.1 Introduction 00 2.2 Coordination complexes as the metalloligands containing appended H-bonding functional groups 00 2.3 Synthesis and characterization of metalloligands 00 2.4 Metalloligands offering different appended functional groups 00 2.4.1 Metalloligands offering appended phenol and catechol groups 00 2.4.2 Metalloligands offering appended aryl carboxylic acid groups 00 i To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s), editor(s), reviewer(s), Elsevier and typesetter Aptara. It is not allowed to publish this proof online or in print. This proof copy is the copyright property of the publisher and is confidential until formal publication. 00033-ELSST271-Shanmugaraju-978-0-323-90582-4 To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s), editor(s), reviewer(s), Elsevier and typesetter Aptara. It is not allowed to publish this proof online or in print. This proof copy is the copyright property of the publisher and is confidential until formal publication. ii Contents 2.5 Conclusions 00 Acknowledgments 00 References 00

    3. Supramolecular coordination complexes from metalloligands: Heteronuclear complexes and coordination polymers and their applications in catalysis 00 Ruchika Gupta, Sanya Pachisia, Rajeev Gupta 3.1 Introduction 00 3.2 Synthesis and characterization of metalloligands 00 3.3 Metalloligands offering different appended functional groups 00 3.3.1 Metalloligands offering appended pyridyl rings 00 3.3.2 Metalloligands offering other appended heterocyclic rings 00 3.3.3 Metalloligands offering appended arylcarboxylic acid groups 00 3.4 Catalytic aspects 00 3.4.1 Oxidation and dealkylation reactions of substituted phenols 00 3.4.2 A3-coupling reactions 00 3.4.3 Strecker reactions 00 3.4.4 Ring-opening reactions (RORs) 00 3.4.5 Knoevenagel condensation reactions 00 3.5 Conclusions 00 Acknowledgments 00 References 00

    4. Platinum-containing heterometallic metallacycles and metallacages 00 Hong-Yu Lin, Yu-Te Wang, Dawei Zhang, Lin Xu 4.1 Introduction 00 4.2 Platinum-containing heterometallic metallacycles 00 4.2.1 Pt–Pd heterometallic metallacycles 00 4.2.2 Pt–Zn heterometallic metallacycles 00 4.2.3 Pt–Fe heterometallic metallacycles 00 4.2.4 Pt–Cu heterometallic metallacycles 00 4.2.5 Pt–Ir heterometallic metallacycles 00 4.2.6 Pt–Ln heterometallic metallacycles 00 4.3 Platinum-containing heterometallic metallacages 00 4.3.1 Pt–Al/Ga heterometallic metallacages 00 4.3.2 Pt–Ru heterometallic metallacages 00 4.3.3 Pt–Zn heterometallic metallacages 00 4.3.4 Pt–Fe heterometallic metallacages 00 4.3.5 Pt–Co heterometallic metallacages 00 4.3.6 Pt–Pd heterometallic metallacages 00 To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s), editor(s), reviewer(s), Elsevier and typesetter Aptara. It is not allowed to publish this proof online or in print. This proof copy is the copyright property of the publisher and is confidential until formal publication. 00033-ELSST271-Shanmugaraju-978-0-323-90582-4 To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s), editor(s), reviewer(s), Elsevier and typesetter Aptara. It is not allowed to publish this proof online or in print. This proof copy is the copyright property of the publisher and is confidential until formal publication. Contents iii 4.4 Conclusion and perspective 00 References 00

    5. Self-assembly of pyrazine-based metallamacrocycles: Design, synthesis, and applications 00 Saurabh Kumar, Neeladri Das 5.1 Introduction 00 5.2 Molecular triangles 00 5.3 Molecular squares 00 5.4 Molecular rectangles 00 5.5 Molecular hexagons 00 5.5.1 Ionic hexagonal macrocycles 00 5.5.2 Neutral hexagonal macrocycles 00 5.6 Rings and cages 00 5.7 Conclusions and outlook 00 Acknowledgments 00 References 00

    6. Rhenium (I)-based supramolecular coordination complexes: Synthesis and functional properties 00 K.R. Soumya, Isha Mishra, Moon Kedia, Upasana Phukon, Reema Borkar, Malaichamy Sathiyendiran 6.1 Introduction 00 6.2 Metal precursors for supramolecular architectures 00 6.3 Organic ligands as sources for anionic building frameworks 00 6.4 Flexible bidentate N,N donors with ether, ester, or amide functionalities and its SCCs 00 6.5 Neutral rigid pyridine-based ditopic- and tritopic ligands and its SCCs 00 6.6 Neutral flexible ditopic P=O donor ligands and its SCCs 00 6.7 Neutral flexible tritopic N-donor ligands and its SCCs 00 6.8 Neutral flexible tetratopic N-donor ligands and its SCCs 00 6.9 Neutral flexible hexatopic N-donor ligands and its SCCs 00 6.10 Neutral flexible benzimidazole-based ditopic N-donor ligands and its SCCs 00 6.11 Heteroatom donor-based ligands and its SCCs 00 6.12 Applications of fac-Re(CO)3 core-based SCCs 00 References 00

    7. Photo switching self-assembled coordination macrocycles: Synthesis and functional applications 00 Aniket Chowdhury 7.1 Introduction 00 7.2 Bisthienylethene building block-based SCC 00 To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s), editor(s), reviewer(s), Elsevier and typesetter Aptara. It is not allowed to publish this proof online or in print. This proof copy is the copyright property of the publisher and is confidential until formal publication. 00033-ELSST271-Shanmugaraju-978-0-323-90582-4 To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s), editor(s), reviewer(s), Elsevier and typesetter Aptara. It is not allowed to publish this proof online or in print. This proof copy is the copyright property of the publisher and is confidential until formal publication. iv Contents 7.3 Styryl building block-based SCC 00 7.4 Azo building block-based SCC 00 7.5 Spiropyran building blocks-based SCC 00 7.6 Host–guest interaction driven photochromism in SCC 00 7.7 Conclusion 00 References 00

    8. Photoactive finite supramolecular coordination cages for photodynamic therapy 00 Nidhi Tyagi and Prakash P. Neelakandan 8.1 Introduction 00 8.2 SCCs for PDT applications 00 8.2.1 SCCs containing porphyrins 00 8.2.2 SCCs containing BODIPYs 00 8.2.3 SCCs containing ruthenium complexes 00 8.2.4 Others SCCs 00 8.3 Conclusion and future prospects 00 Acknowledgment 00 References 00

    9. Biosensing properties of supramolecular coordination complexes 00 Dipanjana Sarkar, Pandurangan Nanjan, Sankarasekaran Shanmugaraju 9.1 Introduction 00 9.2 Biosensing properties of supramolecular coordination complexes (SCCs) 00 9.2.1 Interaction of SCCs with nucleosides 00 9.2.2 Interaction of SCCs with nucleic acids 00 9.2.3 Interaction of SCCs with protein and amino acids 00 9.2.4 Interaction of SCCs with carbohydrates 00 9.2.5 Interaction of SCCs with steroids and fatty acids 00 9.3 Conclusion 00 Acknowledgments 00 References 00

    10. Hierarchical molecular self-assemblies of coordination complexes 00 Krishnan Kartha Kalathil, Gustavo Fernández 10.1 Introduction 00 10.2 Hierarchical self-assembly of metal complexes containing π-systems 00 10.3 Effect of hydrogen bonding on the self-assembly of metal complexes in solution 00 To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s), editor(s), reviewer(s), Elsevier and typesetter Aptara. It is not allowed to publish this proof online or in print. This proof copy is the copyright property of the publisher and is confidential until formal publication. 00033-ELSST271-Shanmugaraju-978-0-323-90582-4 To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s), editor(s), reviewer(s), Elsevier and typesetter Aptara. It is not allowed to publish this proof online or in print. This proof copy is the copyright property of the publisher and is confidential until formal publication. Contents v 10.4 Hierarchical self-assembly of metal complexes in solution driven by hydrophobic interactions 00 10.5 Hierarchical self-assembly of metal complexes through host–guest interactions 00 10.6 Conclusion 00 References 00

    11. Biomimetic supramolecular coordination chemistry and molecular machines 00 Renitta Benny, Diptiprava Sahoo, Nithish Kumar K.S., Soumen De 11.1 Introduction 00 11.2 Redox-triggered molecular motion 00 11.3 Exchange of metal ions 00 11.3.1 Addition and removal of metal ions 00 11.4 Application of molecular motion 00 11.4.1 Chirality inversion 00 11.4.2 Guest release and uptake 00 11.4.3 Switchable catalysis 00 11.4.4 Signal transduction and networking of several switches 00 11.5 Conclusion and outlook 00 References 00

    12. Biomedical application of supramolecular coordination complexes 00 Sushobhan Ghosh 12.1 Introduction 00 12.2 Platinum complexes as anticancer agent 00 12.3 Palladium complexes as anticancer agent 00 12.4 Ruthenium and other metallosupramolecular complexes as anticancer agent 00 References 00

    13. Rise of supramolecular nanozymes: Next-generation peroxidase enzyme-mimetic materials 00 Huidrom Mangalsana, Abhijeet Mohanty, Amit A. Vernekar 13.1 Introduction 00 13.1.1 What are nanozymes? 00 13.1.2 What is supramolecular chemistry? 00 13.1.3 Supramolecular nanozymes 00 13.2 Peroxidases 00 13.2.1 MOFs As Peroxidase mimics 00 13.2.2 COFs as peroxidase mimics 00 13.2.3 NCs as peroxidase mimics 00 To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s), editor(s), reviewer(s), Elsevier and typesetter Aptara. It is not allowed to publish this proof online or in print. This proof copy is the copyright property of the publisher and is confidential until formal publication. 00033-ELSST271-Shanmugaraju-978-0-323-90582-4 To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s), editor(s), reviewer(s), Elsevier and typesetter Aptara. It is not allowed to publish this proof online or in print. This proof copy is the copyright property of the publisher and is confidential until formal publication. vi Contents 13.3 Conclusion 00 Acknowledgment 00 Conflict of Interest 00 References 00

    14. Cavity-controlled supramolecular catalysis 00 Bijnaneswar Mondal 14.1 Introduction 00 14.2 Catalysis in confined cavity 00 14.2.1 Metal-organic cage (MOC) with transition metal ions 00 14.3 Conclusion and future prospects 00 Acknowledgments 00 References 00

    15. Anion sensing applications of supramolecular coordination complexes 00 Muniyappan Boominathan, Murugan Arunachalam 15.1 Introduction 00 15.2 Anion receptors 00 15.3 Anion sensors 00 15.3.1 Metal extrusion assays 00 15.3.2 Ternary anion-coordination complexes 00 15.3.3 Indicator displacement assays 00 15.3.4 Luminescent metal complex-based anion receptors 00 15.3.5 Luminescent lanthanide complexes 00 15.3.6 Mechanically interlocked anion sensors 00 15.4 Conclusions and future perspectives 00 References 00

    16. Supramolecular coordination complexes for fluorescence sensing of nitroaromatic explosives 00 Binduja Mohan, Ananthu Shanmughan, Sankarasekaran Shanmugaraju 16.1 Introduction 00 16.2 Two-dimensional (2D) metallacycles for sensing of nitroaromatic explosives 00 16.2.1 Molecular rhomboid based fluorescent sensor for NACs 00 16.2.2 Molecular squares based fluorescent sensors for NACs 00 16.2.3 Molecular rectangles based fluorescent sensors for NACs 00 16.2.4 Molecular tweezer based fluorescent sensors for NACs 00 To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s), editor(s), reviewer(s), Elsevier and typesetter Aptara. It is not allowed to publish this proof online or in print. This proof copy is the copyright property of the publisher and is confidential until formal publication. 00033-ELSST271-Shanmugaraju-978-0-323-90582-4 To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s), editor(s), reviewer(s), Elsevier and typesetter Aptara. It is not allowed to publish this proof online or in print. This proof copy is the copyright property of the publisher and is confidential until formal publication. Contents vii 16.2.5 Hexagonal macrocycles based fluorescent sensors for NACs 00 16.3 Fluorescence sensing by 3D metallocages 00 16.3.1 Molecular trigonal prism-based fluorescent sensors for NACs 00 16.3.2 Molecular tetragonal prism-based fluorescent sensors for NACs 00 16.4 Conclusion 00 Acknowledgment 00 References 00 17. Metal ion sensing applications of finite supramolecular coordination complexes 00 Arivazhagan Chinnappa, Jey

Product details

  • No. of pages: 496
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Elsevier 2022
  • Published: September 30, 2022
  • Imprint: Elsevier
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323907057

About the Editor

Sankarasekaran Shanmugaraju

Dr. Sankarasekaran Shanmugaraju received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Chemistry from The American College, Madurai and he obtained his Ph.D. degree (honored with a gold medal for the best thesis) in Inorganic Chemistry working with Prof. Partha Sarathi Mukherjee from Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore. After a short postdoctoral stint at IISc, in 2014 he moved to Trinity College Dublin, Ireland to work with Prof. Thorfinnur Gunnlaugsson as an IRC postdoctoral fellow. Since October 2018, he has been an Assistant professor at the Indian Institute of Technology Palakkad. The central theme of his group's current research interests is in the areas of supramolecular self-assembly formation of functional materials and porous polymers for their applications in biomedicine and environmental related-issues. Dr. Shanmugaraju has published 34 high-quality publications in peer-reviewed international journals and a book chapter. His publications have been cited over 1773 times to date.

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Indian Institute of Technology, Palakkad, India

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