Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, Third Edition by F. Albert, And Geoffrey Wilkinson, Cotton

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SELF-ASSEMBLED METALLO-SUPRAMOLECULAR SYSTEMS IV. 33 Concluding Remarks As is the case for other areas of contemporary metallo-supramolecular chemistry, the research discussed in this report clearly has implications for elucidating fundamental aspects of both supramolecular and host–guest inclusion behavior as well as giving promise of novel materials exhibiting unusual and potentially useful properties. In particular, it serves to emphasize the role that metal ions may play in the assembly of molecular architectures – an area of research pioneered by Daryle H.

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In addition, various chemical environments can also be generated on the surface of the voids or channels, which are advantageous in selective guest binding, recognition, storage of molecules, and catalysis. Despite the extensive studies, however, the applications of coordination polymer open frameworks are limited as compared to zeolites. This is because of the following reasons. (1) The self-assembly of a simple metal ion and connecting ligand often provides selfinterpenetrating or catenated structures in which the channels or pores are blocked.

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