Supramolecular chemistry from molecules to nanomaterials pdf

Structural diversity, pH sensitivity, and chirality of nucleotide ligands. Chirality and chirality delivery supramolecular chemistry from molecules to nanomaterials pdf nucleotide complex systems. Functional nanomaterials with nucleotide complex as building blocks are summarized, including fluorescence, adaptive inclusion properties, molecular recognition, chiral resolution and so on. Nucleotides are essential components of DNA and RNA, and their functions depend mainly on the participation of metal ions.

We review mononuclear complexes, multinuclear complexes, 1D and 2D coordination polymers, and 3D supramolecular assemblies in terms of their structures, mainly based on their X-ray single crystal diffraction data. Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution. To imitate the essence of living systems via synthetic chemistry approaches has been attempted. With the progress in supramolecular chemistry, it has become possible to synthesize molecules of a size and complexity close to those of biomacromolecules. Recently, the combination of precisely designed supramolecules with biomolecules has generated structural platforms for designing and creating unique molecular systems. Bridging between synthetic chemistry and biomolecular science is also developing methodologies for the creation of artificial cellular systems. This paper provides an overview of the recently expanding interdisciplinary research to fuse artificial molecules with biomolecules, that can deepen our understanding of the dynamical ordering of biomolecules.