Driving Forces for Supramolecular Encapsulation in Water

  • For explaining association phenomena in aqueous solution, whether between a macrocyclic host and an encapsulated guest or between a biological receptor and its corresponding ligand, one should understand the driving forces. The present doctoral thesis describes the supramolecular chemistry of different host-guest systems. Besides contributing to the fundamental understanding of the hydrophobic, fluorophilic, and chaotropic effect, the results have implications for a wide range of applications: supramolecular sensors, hydrocarbon and perfluorinated molecules separation and purification, and the efficient removal of such guest molecules from aqueous solution.

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Publishing Institution:IRC-Library, Information Resource Center der Jacobs University Bremen
Granting Institution:Jacobs Univ.
Author:Khaleel Assaf
Referee:Werner Nau, Detlef Gabel, Pablo Ballester
Advisor:Werner Nau
Persistent Identifier (URN):urn:nbn:de:gbv:579-opus-1002313
Document Type:PhD Thesis
Language:English
Date of Successful Oral Defense:2015/02/20
Year of Completion:2015
Date of First Publication:2015/05/28
Full Text Embargo Until:2016/05/31
Academic Department:Life Sciences & Chemistry
PhD Degree:Chemistry
Focus Area:Health
Library of Congress Classification:Q Science / QD Chemistry / QD450-801 Physical and theoretical chemistry / QD850-882 Supramolecular chemistry
Call No:Thesis 2015/11

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