Inclusion Phenomena and Molecular Recognition

  • Jerry L. Atwood

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Jonathan L. Sessler, Darren Magda
    Pages 17-26
  3. Craig S. Wilcox, Marlon D. Cowart, Irving Sucholeiki, Rudolf R. Bukownik, Vincent Lynch
    Pages 27-40
  4. Thomas W. Bell, Albert Firestone, Jia Liu, Richard Ludwig, Scott D. Rothenberger
    Pages 49-56
  5. Andrew D. Hamilton
    Pages 57-64
  6. Hans-Jörg Schneider, Thomas Blatter, Rüdiger Kramer, Surat Kumar, Ulrich Schneider, Isolde Theis
    Pages 65-74
  7. Kent D. Stewart
    Pages 75-80
  8. David M. Walbat, Noel A. Clark, Homaune A. Razavif, Devendrá S. Parmar
    Pages 81-92
  9. François Diederich
    Pages 93-106
  10. Antonio Echavarren, Amalia Galán, Jean-Marie Lehn, Javier de Mendoza
    Pages 119-124
  11. Rocco Ungaro, Andrea Pochini, Arturo Arduini
    Pages 135-144
  12. V. E. Carmichael, P. J. Dutton, T. M. Fyles, T. D. James, C. McKim, J. A. Swan et al.
    Pages 145-150
  13. Lourdes E. Echegoyen, Steve R. Miller, George W. Gokel, Luis Echegoyen
    Pages 151-159
  14. Stephen R. Cooper
    Pages 161-169
  15. John L. Toner
    Pages 185-197

About this book


The Fifth International Symposium on Inclusion Phenomena and Molecular Recognition was held September 18-23, 1988 at Orange Beach, Alabama. This followed previous very successful symposia in Warsaw (1980), Parma (1982), Tokyo (1984), and Lancaster (1986). The overall tone of the event at Orange Beach was expressed elegantly by Fraser Stoddart at the close of his lecture: "At a meeting like this, I think we should be asking ourselves more openly where we have come from and where we are going to. I am certainly willing to put my head on the block. Chemistry, as I see it, is entering a golden age of opportunity and those of us here who respond to the multidisciplinary challenge of the subject will perhaps start the movement to reunite the chemical sciences for the fIrst time in more than a century. Given the recognition granted through Charles Pedersen, Donald Cram, and Jean-Marie Lehn to our field from Stockholm last year, there are many here who are surely poised - if they have not already done so - to capture the academic high ground and intellectual leadership of our subject. And what is more - it will be on the back of our fundamental science that many of the exciting technological advances of the twenty-first century will be forged. " In order to capture the flavor and excitement of the symposium, herein we present reviews by thirty-eight of the invited lecturers. The program was shaped by the Program Committee: Jerry L. Atwood, Richard A.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Jerry L. Atwood
    • 1
  1. 1.University of AlabamaTuscaloosaUSA

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag US 1990
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4612-7887-0
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4613-0603-0
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