Molecular Recognition and Metallosupramolecular Complex Forming Ability of some Tridentate Ligands and Oligomers
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Supramolecular chemistry is a highly interdisciplinary field of science, which may be defined as “Chemistry beyond the molecule” that results from the association of two or more chemical species by non-covalent interactions. In this thesis entitled, “Molecular recognition and metallo-supramolecular complex forming ability of some tridentate ligands and oligomers” we have presented the utilization of simple ligand systems for the development of synthetic receptors capable of selectively recognizing neutral and anionic guests as well as for the formation of metallo-supramolecular complexes by interaction with metal salts...
Supervisor: P K Iyer