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Eric N. Jacobsen, Andreas Pfaltz, Hisashi Yamamoto (eds.) ; with contributions by numerous experts
出版情報: Berlin ; Tokyo : Springer, c1999-  v. ; 25 cm.
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5.2.: Hydrogenation of Non-Functionalized Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds .-6.4 / T. Ohkuma ; R. Noyori ; R.L. Halterman
Hydroboration of Carbonyl Groups .-20.1 / A. Bayer
Latest Developments in the Asymmetric Dihydroxylation Process .-nbsp;20.2
Aminohydroxylation of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds .-24 / J.-F. Paquin, M. Lautens
Allylic Substitution Reactions .-27 / A. Yanagisawa
Allylation of C=O .-31.1 / K. Tomioka
Conjugate Addition of Organometallics to Activated Olefins .-34.2
Protonation of Enolates
Volume I
Introduction / Andreas Pfaltz1:
Historical Perspective / Henri B. Kagan2:
Basic Principles of Asymmetric Synthesis / Johann Mulzer3:
General Aspects of Asymmetric Catalysis / 4:
Non-Linear Effects and Autocatalysis / T. O. Luukas4.1:
Hydrogenation of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds / 5:
Hydrogenation of Functionalized Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds / John M. Brown5.1:
Hydrogenation of Non-Functionalized Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds / Ronald L. Halterman5.2:
Reduction of Carbonyl and Imino Groups / 6:
Hydrogenation of Carbonyl Groups / 6.1:
Hydrogenation of Imino Groups / Hans-Ulrich Blaser ; Felix Spindler6.2:
Hydrosilylation of Carbonyl and Imino Groups / Hisao Nishiyama6.3:
Hydroboration of Carbonyl Groups / Shinichi Itsuno6.4:
Hydrosilylation of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds / Tamio Hayashi7:
Hydroalumination of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds / Mark Lautens ; Tomislav Rovis8:
Hydroboration of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds / 9:
Hydrocyanation of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds / T.V. RajanBabu ; Albert L. Casalnuovo10:
Hydrocarbonylation of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds / Kyoko Nozaki11:
Hydrovinylation of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds / 12:
Carbometalation of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds / Amir H. Hoveyda ; Nicola M. Heron13:
Heck Reaction / Masakatsu Shibasaki ; Erasmus M. Vogl14:
Volume II
Pauson-Khand Type Reactions / Stephen L. Buchwald ; Frederick A. Hicks15:
Cyclopropanation and C-H Insertion Reactions / 16:
Cyclopropanation and C-H Insertion with Cu / 16.1:
Cyclopropanation and C-H Insertion with Rh / Kevin M. Lydon ; M. Anthony McKervey16.2:
Cyclopropanation and C-H Insertion with Metals Other Than Cu and Rh / André B. Charette ; Hélène Lebel16.3:
Aziridination / Eric N. Jacobsen17:
Epoxidation / 18:
Epoxidation of Allylic Alcohols / Tsutomu Katsuki18.1:
Epoxidation of Alkenes Other than Allylic Alcohols / Michael H. Wu18.2:
Epoxide Formation of Enones and Aldehydes / Varinder K. Aggarwal18.3:
Oxidation of Sulfides / Carsten Bolm ; Kilian Muñiz ; Jens P. Hildebrand19:
Dihydroxylation of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds / Istvan E. Markó ; John S. Svendsen20:
C-H Oxidation / 21:
Baeyer-Villiger Reaction / Oliver Beckmann22:
Isomerization of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds / Susumu Akutagawa23:
Allylic Substitution Reactions / 24:
Cross-Coupling Reactions / 25:
Alkylation of Carbonyl and Imino Groups / 26:
Alkylation of Carbonyl Groups / Kenso Soai ; Takanori Shibata26.1:
Alkylation of Imino Groups / Scott E. Denmark ; Olivier J.-C. Nicaise26.2:
Allylation of Carbonyl Groups / Akira Yanagisawa27:
Cyanation of Carbonyl and Imino Groups / Atsunori Mori ; Shohei Inoue28:
Volume III
Aldol Reactions / 29:
Mukaiyama Aldol Reaction / Erick M. Carreira29.1:
Addition of Isocyanocarboxylates to Aldehydes / Ryoichi Kuwano ; Yoshihiko Ito29.2:
Nitroaldol Reaction / Harald Gröger29.3:
Addition of Acyl Carbanion Equivalents to Carbonyl Groups and Enones / Dieter Enders ; Klaus Breuer30:
Conj ugate Addition Reactions / 31:
Conjugate Addition of Organometallic Reagents / Kiyoshi Tomioka ; Yasuo Nagaoka31.1:
Conjugate Addition of Stabilized Carbanions / Masahiko Yamaguchi31.2:
Ene-Type Reactions / Koichi Mikami ; Masahiro Terada32:
Cycloaddition Reactions / 33:
Diels-Alder Reactions / David A. Evans ; Jeffrey S. Johnson33.1:
Hetero-Diels-Alder and Related Reactions / Takashi Ooi ; Keiji Maruoka33.2:
[2+2] Cycloaddition Reactions / Yujiro Hayashi ; Koichi Narasaka33.3:
Additions to Enolates / 34:
Alkylation of Enolates / David L. Hughes34.1:
Ring Opening of Epoxides and Related Reactions / Hisashi Yamamoto34.2:
Polymerization Reactions / Geoffrey W. Coates36:
Heterogeneous Catalysis / Martin Studer37:
Catalyst Immobilization / 38:
Catalyst Immobilization: Solid Supports / Benoît Pugin38.1:
Catalyst Immobilization: Two-Phase Systems / Günther Oehme38.2:
Combinatorial Approaches / Ken D. Shimizu ; Marc L. Snapper39:
Catalytic Antibodies / Paul Wentworth Jr. ; Kim D. Janda40:
Industrial Applications / 41:
The Chiral Switch of Metolachlor / 41.1:
Process R&D of Pharmaceuticals, Vitamins, and Fine Chemicals / Rudolf Schmid ; Michelangelo Scalone41.2:
Cyclopropanation / Tadatoshi Aratani41.3:
Asymmetric Isomerization of Olefins / 41.4:
Future Perspectives in Asymmetric Catalysis / 42:
Subject Index
C-H Insertion Reactions, Cycloadditions and Ylide Formation of Diazo Compounds / Takeshi Ohkuma ; Ryoji Noyori ; Takashi Ohshima ; Huw M. L. DaviesSupplement to Chapter 6.1:
Alkylation of C=O / Supplement to Chapter 26.1:
Alkylation of C=N / Keiko HatanakaSupplement to Chapter 26.2:
Direct Catalytic Asymmetric Aldol Reaction / Petr Vachal ; Harald Groger ; Motomu Kanai ; Naoki Yoshikawa ; Shigeki MatsunagaSupplement to Chapter 28:
Mannich Reaction / Shu Kobayashi ; Masaharu UenoChapter 29.5:
Catalytic Conjugate Addition of Stabilized Carbanions / Supplement to Chapter 31.2:
Acylation Reactions / Kerry E. Murphy ; Elizabeth R. Jarvo ; Scott J. MillerSupplement to Chapter 34.1:
Metathesis Reactions / Richard R. SchrockChapter 44:
5.2.: Hydrogenation of Non-Functionalized Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds .-6.4 / T. Ohkuma ; R. Noyori ; R.L. Halterman
Hydroboration of Carbonyl Groups .-20.1 / A. Bayer
Latest Developments in the Asymmetric Dihydroxylation Process .-nbsp;20.2
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edited by Hisashi Yamamoto, Takashi Kato
出版情報: Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, c2018  xvii, 381 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Molecular technology ; v. 2
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Foreword / Dr Hamaguchi
Preface / Dr Noyori
Control of DNA Packaging by Block Catiomers for Systemic Gene Delivery System / Kensuke Osada1:
Introduction / 1.1:
Packaging of pDNA by Block Catiomers / 1.2:
Rod-Shaped Packaging of pDNA / 1.2.1:
Rod Shape or Globular Shape / 1.2.2:
Polyplex Micelles as a Systemic Gene Delivery System / 1.3:
Stable Encapsulation of pDNA Within Polyplex Micelles for Systemic Delivery / 1.3.1:
Polyplex Micelles for Efficient Cellular Entry / 1.3.2:
Polyplex Micelles for Safe Endosome Escape / 1.3.3:
Polyplex Micelles for Nuclear Translocation / 1.3.4:
Polyplex Micelles for Efficient Transcription / 1.3.5:
Design Criteria of Block Catiomers Toward Systemic Gene Therapy / 1.4:
Rod Shape or Toroid Shape / 1.5:
Summary / 1.6:
References
Manipulation of Molecular Architecture with DNA / Akinori Kuzuya2:
Molecular Structure of DNA / 2.1:
Immobile DNA Junctions / 2.3:
Topologically Unique DNA Molecules / 2.4:
DNA Tiles and Their Assemblies / 2.5:
DNA Origami / 2.6:
DNA Origami as a Molecular Peg Board / 2.7:
Molecular Machines Made of DNA Origami / 2.8:
DNA Origami Pinching Devices / 2.9:
Novel Design Principles / 2.10:
DNA-PAINT: An Application of DNA Devices / 2.11:
Prospects / 2.12:
Chemical Assembly Lines for Skeletally Diverse Indole Alkaloids / Hiroki Oguri3:
Macmillan's Collective Total Synthesis by Means of Organocascade Catalysis / 3.1:
Systematic Synthesis of Indole Alkaloids Employing Cyclopentene Intermediates by the Zhu Group / 3.3:
Biogenetically Inspired Synthesis Employing a Multipotent Intermediate by the Oguri Group / 3.4:
Molecular Technology for Injured Brain Regeneration / Itsuki Ajioka4:
Biology of Angiogenesis / 4.1:
Angiogenesis for Injured Brain Regeneration / 4.3:
Molecular Technology to Promote Angiogenesis / 4.4:
Biology of Cell Cycle / 4.5:
Biology of Neurogenesis / 4.6:
Molecular Technology to Promote Neuron Regeneration / 4.7:
Conclusion / 4.8:
Engineering the Ribosomal Translation System to Introduce Non-proteinogenic Amino Acids into Peptides / Takayuki Katoh5:
Decoding the Genetic Code / 5.1:
Aminoacylation of tRNA by Aminoacyl-tRNA Synthetases / 5.3:
Methods for Preparing Noncanonical Aminoacyl-tRNAs / 5.4:
Ligation of Aminoacyl-pdCpA Dinucleotide with tRNA Lacking the 3'-Terminal CA / 5.4.1:
Post-aminoacylation Modification of Aminoacyl-tRNA / 5.4.2:
Misacylation of Non-proteinogenic Amino Acids by ARSs / 5.4.3:
Flexizyme, an Aminoacylation Ribozyme / 5.4.4:
Methods for Assigning Non-proteinogenic Amino Acids to the Genetic Code / 5.5:
The Nonsense Codon Method / 5.5.1:
Genetic Code Reprogramming / 5.5.2:
The Four-base Codon Method / 5.5.3:
The Nonstandard Base Method / 5.5.4:
Limitation of the Incorporation of Noncanonical Amino Acids: Substrate Scope / 5.6:
Improvement of the Substrate Tolerance of Ribosomal Translation / 5.7:
Ribosomally Synthesized Noncanonical Peptides as Drug Discovery Platforms / 5.8:
Summary and Outlook / 5.9:
Development of Functional Nanoparticles and Their Systems Capable of Accumulating to Tumors / Sotoru Karasawa6:
Accumulation Based on Aberrant Morphology and Size / 6.1:
Accumulation Based on Aberrant pH Microenvironment / 6.3:
Accumulation Based on Temperature of Tumor Microenvironment / 6.4:
Perspective / 6.5:
Glycan Molecular Technology for Highly Selective In Vivo Recognition / Katsunori Tanaka7:
Molecular Technology for Chemical Glycan Conjugation / 7.1:
Conjugation to Lysine / 7.1.1:
Conjugation to Cysteine / 7.1.2:
Bioorthogonal Conjugation / 7.1.3:
Enzymatic Glycosylation / 7.1.4:
In Vivo Kinetic Studies of Monosaccharide-Modified Proteins / 7.2:
Dissection-Based Kinetic and Bio distribution Studies: Effects of Protein Modification by Galactose, Mannose, and Fucose / 7.2.1:
Noninvasive imaging of In Vivo Kinetic and Organ-Specific Accumulation of Monosaccharide-Modified Proteins / 7.2.2:
In Vivo Kinetic Studies of Oligosaccharide-Modified Proteins / 7.3:
In Vivo Kinetics of Proteins Modified by a Few Molecules of N-glycans / 7.3.1:
In Vivo Kinetics of Proteins Modified by Many AT-glycans: Homogeneous N-glycoalbumins / 7.3.2:
In Vivo Kinetics of Proteins Modified by Many N-glycans: Heterogeneous N-glycoalbumins / 7.3.3:
Tumor Targeting by JV-glycoalbumins / 7.3.4:
Glycan Molecular Technology on Live Cells: Tumor Targeting by N-glycas-Engineered Lymphocytes / 7.3.5:
Glycan Molecular Technology Adapted as Metal Carriers: In Vivo Metal-Catalyzed Reactions within Live Animals / 7.4:
Concluding Remarks / 7.5:
Acknowledgments
Molecular Technology Toward Expansion of Nucleic Acid Functionality / Michiko Kimoto and Kiyohiko Kawai8:
Molecular Technologies that Enable Genetic Alphabet Expansion / 8.1:
Nucleotide Modification / 8.2.1:
Unnatural Base Pairs (UBPs) as Third Base Pairs Toward Expansion of Nucleic Acid Functionality / 8.2.2:
High-Affinity DNA Aptamer Generation Using the Expanded Genetic Alphabet / 8.2.3:
Molecular Technologies that Enable Fluorescence Blinking Control / 8.3:
Single Molecule Detection Based on Blinking Observations / 8.3.1:
Blinking Kinetics / 8.3.2:
Control of Fluorescence Blinking by DNA Structure / 8.3.3:
Triplet Blinking / 8.3.3.1:
Redox Blinking / 8.3.3.2:
Isomerization Blinking / 8.3.3.3:
Conclusions / 8.4:
Molecular Technology for Membrane Functionalization / Michio Murakoshi and Takahiro Muraoka9:
Synthetic Approach for Membrane Functionalization / 9.1:
Formation of Multipass Transmembrane Structure / 9.2.1:
Formation of Supramolecular Ion Channels / 9.2.2:
Demonstration of Ligand-Gated Ion Transportation / 9.2.3:
Light-Triggered Membrane Budding / 9.2.4:
Semi-biological Approach for Membrane Functionalization / 9.3:
Mechanical Analysis of the Transmembrane Structure of Membrane Proteins / 9.3.1:
Development of the Nanobiodevice Using a Membrane Protein Expressing in the Inner Ear / 9.3.2:
Improvement of Protein Performance by Genetic Engineering / 9.3.3:
Molecular Technology for Degradable Synthetic Hydrogels for Biomaterials / Hiroharu Ajiro and Takamasa Sakai10:
Scope of the Chapter
Degradation Behavior of Hydrogels / 10.1:
Polylactide Copolymer / 10.2:
Trimethylene Carbonate Derivatives / 10.3:
Polyurethane / 10.4:
Molecular Technology for Epigenetics Toward Drug Discovery / Takayoshi Suzuki11:
Epigenetics / 11.1:
Isozyme-Selective Histone Deacetylase (HDAC) Inhibitors / 11.3:
Identification of HDAC3-Selective Inhibitors by Click Chemistry Approach / 11.3.1:
Identification of HDAC8-Selective Inhibitors by Click Chemistry Approach and Structure-Based Drug Design / 11.3.2:
Identification of HDAC6-Insensitive Inhibitors Using C-H Activation Reaction / 11.3.3:
Identification of HDAC6-Selective Inhibitors by Substrate-Based Drug Design / 11.3.4:
Identification of SIRT1-Selective Inhibitors by Target-Guided Synthesis / 11.3.5:
Identification of SIRT2-Selective Inhibitors by Structure-Based Drug Design and Click Chemistry Approach / 11.3.6:
Histone Lysine Demethylase (KDM) Inhibitors / 11.4:
Identification of KDM4C Inhibitors by Structure-Based Drug Design / 11.4.1:
Identification of KDM5A Inhibitors by Structure-Based Drug Design / 11.4.2:
Identification of KDM7B Inhibitors by Structure-Based Drug Design / 11.4.3:
Identification of LSD1 Inhibitors by Target-Guided Synthesis / 11.4.4:
Small-Molecule-Based Drug Delivery System Using LSD1 and its Inhibitor / 11.4.5:
Molecular Technology for Highly Efficient Gene Silencing: DNA/RNA Heteroduplex Oligonucleotides / Kotaro Yoshioka and Kazutaka Nishina and Tetsuya Nagata and Takanori Yokota11.5:
Therapeutic Oligonucleotides / 12.1:
siRNA / 12.2.1:
ASO / 12.2.2:
Chemical Modifications of Therapeutic Oligonucleotide / 12.3:
Modifications of Inter nucleotide Linkage / 12.3.1:
Modifications of Sugar Moiety / 12.3.2:
Ligand Conjugation for DDS / 12.4:
Development of Ligand Molecules for Therapeutic Oligonucleotides / 12.4.1:
Vitamin E for Ligand Molecule / 12.4.2:
siRNA Conjugated with Tocopherol / 12.4.3:
ASO Conjugated with Tocopherol / 12.4.4:
DNA/RNA Heteroduplex Oligonucleotide / 12.5:
Basic Concept of Heteroduplex Oligonucleotide / 12.5.1:
HDO Conjugated with Tocopherol (Toc-HDO) / 12.5.2:
Design of Toc-HDO / 12.5.2.1:
Potency of Toc-HDO / 12.5.2.2:
Adverse Effect of Toc-HDO / 12.5.2.3:
Mechanism of Toc-HDO / 12.5.2.4:
Future Prospects / 12.6:
Molecular Technology for Highly Sensitive Biomolecular Analysis: Hyperpolarized NMR/MRI Probes / Shinsuke Sando and Hiroshi Nonaka13:
HyperpoJarization / 13.1:
Requirements for HP Molecular Imaging Probes / 13.2:
HP 13C Molecular Probes for Analysis of Enzymatic Activity / 13.3:
[1-13C] Pyruvate / 13.3.1:
HP 13C Probes for Analysis of Glycolysis and Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle / 13.3.2:
¿-Glutamyl-[l-13C]glycine: HP 13C Probe for Analysis of ¿-glutamyl Transpeptidase / 13.3.3:
[1-13C]Alanine-NH2: HP 13C Probes for Analysis of Aminopeptidase N / 13.3.4:
HP 13C Molecular Probes for Analysis of the Chemical Environment / 13.4:
[1-13C] Bicarbonate / 13.4.1:
[l-13C]Ascorbate and Dehydroascorbate / 13.4.2:
[13C]Benzoylformic Acid for Sensing H202 / 13.4.3:
[13C,D3]-p-Anisidine for Sensing of HOCl / 13.4.4:
[13C,D]EDTA for Sensing of Metal Ions / 13.4.5:
HP 15N Molecular Probes / 13.5:
A Strategy for Designing HP Molecular Probes / 13.6:
Scaffold Structure for Design of 15N HP Probes: [15N,D9]TMPA / 13.6.1:
[15N,D14]TMPA / 13.6.1.1:
Scaffold Structure for Designing 13C Hyperpolarized Probes / 13.6.2:
Molecular Technologies in Life Innovation: Novel Molecular Technologies for Labeling and Functional Control of Proteins Under Live Cell Conditions / Itaru Homochi and Shigeki Kiyonaka and Tomonori Tamura and Ryou Kubota13.7:
General Introduction / 14.1:
Ligand-Directed Chemistry for Neurotransmitter Receptor Proteins Under Live Cell Condition and its Application / 14.2:
Affinity-Guided DMAP Reaction for Analysis of Live Cell Surface Proteins / 14.3:
Coordination Chemistry-Based Chemogenetic Approach to Switch the Activity of Glutamate Receptors in Live Cells / 14.4:
Molecular Technologies for Pseudo-natural Peptide Synthesis and Discovery of Bioactive Compounds Against Undruggable Targets / Joseph M. Rogers and Hiroaki Suga14.5:
Peptides Could Target Undruggable Targets / 15.1:
Druggable Proteins / 15.2.1:
Undruggable Proteins / 15.2.2:
Natural Peptides as Drugs / 15.2.3:
Modification to Peptides can Improve Their Drug-Like Characteristics / 15.2.4:
Macro cyclization / 15.2.4.1:
Amino Acids with Unnatural Side Chains / 15.2.4.2:
Backbone Modifications Including N-Methylation / 15.2.4.3:
Cyclosporin - A Membrane-Permeable Anomaly / 15.2.4.4:
Membrane Permeability Cannot be Calculated from Amino Acid Content / 15.2.4.5:
Cyclosporin - The Inspiration for the Cyclic Peptide Approach to Undruggable Targets / 15.2.5:
Molecular Technologies to Discover Functional Peptides / 15.3:
Ribosomal Synthesis of Peptides / 15.3.1:
Natural Peptide Synthesis is an Efficient Method to Generate Huge Libraries / 15.3.2:
Selection Methods / 15.3.3:
Intracellular Peptide Selection / 15.3.3.1:
Phage Display / 15.3.3.2:
A Cell-Free Display, mRNA Display / 15.3.3.3:
Other Methods of Selection / 15.3.4:
Molecular Technology for Pseudo-natural Peptide Synthesis and Its Use in Peptide Drug Discovery / 15.4:
The Need for Pseudo-natural Synthesis - The Limitations of SPPS / 15.4.1:
Intein Cyclization and SICLOPPS / 15.4.2:
Post-translation Modification / 15.4.3:
Genetic Code Expansion / 15.4.4:
Replacing Amino Acids in Translation / 15.4.5:
Flexizymes / 15.4.6:
RaPID System / 15.4.6.2:
Acknowledgment / 15.5:
Index
Foreword / Dr Hamaguchi
Preface / Dr Noyori
Control of DNA Packaging by Block Catiomers for Systemic Gene Delivery System / Kensuke Osada1:
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出版情報: Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, c2018  xvii, 314 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Molecular technology ; v. 1
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Foreword / Dr Hamaguchi
Preface / Dr Noyori
Charge Transport Simulations for Organic Semiconductors / Hiroyuki Ishii1:
Introduction / 1.1:
Historical Approach to Organic Semiconductors / 1.1.1:
Recent Progress and Requirements to Computational "Molecular Technology" / 1.1.2:
Theoretical Description of Charge Transport in Organic Semiconductors / 1.2:
Incoherent Hopping Transport Model / 1.2.1:
Coherent Band Transport Model / 1.2.2:
Coherent Polaron Transport Model / 1.2.3:
Trap Potentials / 1.2.4:
Wave-packet Dynamics Approach Based on Density Functional Theory / 1.2.5:
Charge Transport Properties of Organic Semiconductors / 1.3:
Comparison of Polaron Formation Energy with Dynamic Disorder of Transfer Integrals due to Molecular Vibrations / 1.3.1:
Temperature Dependence of Mobility / 1.3.2:
Evaluation of Intrinsic Mobilities for Various Organic Semiconductors / 1.3.3:
Summary / 1.4:
Forthcoming Challenges in Theoretical Studies / 1.4.1:
Acknowledgments
References
Liquid-Phase Interfacial Synthesis of Highly Oriented Crystalline Molecular Nanosheets / Rie Makiura2:
Molecular Nanosheet Formation with Traditional Surfactants at Air/Liquid Interfaces / 2.1:
History of Langmuir-Blodgett Film / 2.2.1:
Basics of Molecular Nanosheet Formation at Air/Liquid Interfaces / 2.2.2:
Application of Functional Organic Molecules for Nanosheet Formation at Air/Liquid Interfaces / 2.3:
Functional Organic Molecules with Long Alkyl Chains / 2.3.1:
Functional Organic Molecules without Long Alkyl Chains / 2.3.2:
Application of Functional Porphyrins on Metal Ion Solutions / 2.3.3:
Porphyrin-Based Metal-Organic Framework (MOF) Nanosheet Crystals Assembled at Air/Liquid Interfaces / 2.4:
Metal-Organic Frameworks / 2.4.1:
Method of MOF Nanosheet Creation at Air/Liquid Interfaces / 2.4.2:
Study of the Formation Process of MOF Nanosheets by In Situ X-Ray Diffraction and Brewster Angle Microscopy at Air/Liquid Interfaces / 2.4.3:
Application of a Postinjection Method Leading to Enlargement of the Uniform MOF Nanosheet Domain Size / 2.4.4:
Layer-by-Layer Sequential Growth of Nanosheets - Toward Three-Dimensionally Stacked Crystalline MOF Thin Films / 2.4.5:
Manipulation of the Layer Stacking Motif in MOF Nanosheets / 2.4.6:
Manipulation of In-Plane Molecular Arrangement in MOF Nanosheets / 2.4.7:
Molecular Technology for Organic Semiconductors Toward Printed and Flexible Electronics / Toshihiro Okamoto3:
Molecular Design and Favorable Aggregated Structure for Effective Charge Transport of Organic Semiconductors / 3.1:
Molecular Design of Linearly Fused Acene-Type Molecules / 3.3:
Molecular Technology of ¿-Conjugated Cores for p-Type Organic Semiconductors / 3.4:
Molecular Technology of Substituents for Organic Semiconductors / 3.5:
Bulky-Type Substituents / 3.5.1:
Linear Alkyl Chain Substituents / 3.5.2:
Molecular Technology of Conceptually-new Bent-shaped ¿-Conjugated Cores for p-Type Organic Semiconductors / 3.6:
Bent-Shaped Heteroacenes / 3.6.1:
Molecular Technology for n-Type Organic Semiconductors / 3.7:
Naphthalene Diimide and Perylene Diimide / 3.7.1:
Design of Multiproton-Responsive Metal Complexes as Molecular Technology for Transformation of Small Molecules / Shigeki Kuwata4:
Cooperation of Metal and Functional Groups in Metalloenzymes / 4.1:
[FeFe] Hydrogenase / 4.2.1:
Peroxidase / 4.2.2:
Nitrogenase / 4.2.3:
Proton-Responsive Metal Complexes with Two Appended Protic Groups / 4.3:
Pincer-Type Bis(azole) Complexes / 4.3.1:
Bis(2-hydroxypyridine) Chelate Complexes / 4.3.2:
Proton-Responsive Metal Complexes with Three Appended Protic Groups on Tripodal Scaffolds / 4.4:
Summary and Outlook / 4.5:
Photo-Control of Molecular Alignment for Photonic and Mechanical Applications / Miho Aizawa and Christopher J. Barrett and Atsushi Shishido5:
Photo-Chemical Alignment / 5.1:
Photo-Physical Alignment / 5.3:
Photo-Physico-Chemical Alignment / 5.4:
Application as Photo-Actuators / 5.5:
Conclusions and Perspectives / 5.6:
Molecular Technology for Chirality Control: From Structure to Circular Polarization / Yoshiaki Uchida and Tetsuya Narushima and Junpei Yuasa6:
Chiral Lanthanide(III) Complexes as Circularly Polarized Luminescence Materials / 6.1:
Circularly Polarized Luminescence (CPL) / 6.1.1:
Theoretical Explanation for Large CPL Activity of Chiral Lanthanide(III) Complexes / 6.1.2:
Optical Activity of Chiral Lanthanide(III) Complexes / 6.1.3:
CPL of Chiral Lanthanide(III) Complexes for Frontier Applications / 6.1.4:
Magnetic Circular Dichroism and Magnetic Circularly Polarized Luminescence / 6.2:
Magnetic-Field-induced Symmetry Breaking on Light Absorption and Emission / 6.2.1:
Molecular Materials Showing MCD and MCPL and Applications / 6.2.2:
Molecular Self-assembled Helical Structures as Source of Circularly Polarized Light / 6.3:
Chiral Liquid Crystalline Phases with Self-assembled Helical Structures / 6.3.1:
Strong CPL of CLC Laser Action / 6.3.2:
Optical Activity Caused by Mesoscopic Chiral Structures and Microscopic Analysis of the Chiroptical Properties / 6.4:
Microscopic CD Measurements via Far-field Detection / 6.4.1:
Optical Activity Measurement Based on Improvement of a PEM Technique / 6.4.2:
Discrete Illumination of Pure Circularly Polarized Light / 6.4.3:
Complete Analysis of Contribution From All Polarization Components / 6.4.4:
Near-field CD Imaging / 6.4.5:
Conclusions / 6.5:
Molecular Technology of Excited Triplet State / Yuki Kurashige and Nobuhiro Yanai and Yong-Jin Pu and So Kawata7:
Properties of the Triplet Exciton and Associated Phenomena for Molecular Technology / 7.1:
Introduction: The Triplet Exciton / 7.1.1:
Molecular Design for Long Diffusion Length / 7.1.2:
Theoretical Analysis for the Electronic Transition Processes Associated with Triplet / 7.1.3:
Near-infrared-to-visible Photon Upconversion: Chromophore Development and Triplet Energy Migration / 7.2:
Evaluation of TTA-UC Properties / 7.2.1:
NIR-to-visible TTA-UC Sensitized by Metalated Macrocyclic Molecules / 7.2.3:
TTA-UC Sensitized by Metal Complexes with S-T Absorption / 7.2.4:
Conclusion and Outlook / 7.2.5:
Singlet Exciton Fission Molecules and Their Application to Organic Photovoltaics / 7.3:
Polycyclic ¿-Conjugated Compounds / 7.3.1:
Pentacene / 7.3.2.1:
Tetracene / 7.3.2.2:
Hexacene / 7.3.2.3:
A Heteroacene
Perylene and Terrylene / 7.3.2.5:
Nonpolycyclic ¿-Conjugated Compounds / 7.3.3:
Polymers / 7.3.4:
Perspectives / 7.3.5:
Material Transfer and Spontaneous Motion in Mesoscopic Scale with Molecular Technology / Yoshiyuki Kageyama and Yoshiko Takenaka and Kenji Higashiguchi8:
Introduction of Chemical Actuators / 8.1:
Composition of This Chapter / 8.1.2:
Mechanism to Originate Mesoscale Motion / 8.2:
Motion Generated by Molecular Power / 8.2.1:
Gliding Motion of a Mesoscopic Object by the Gradient of Environmental Factors / 8.2.2:
Mesoscopic Motion of an Object by Mechanical Motion of Molecules / 8.2.3:
Toward the Implementation of a One-Dimensional Actuator: Artificial Muscle / 8.2.4:
Generation of "Molecular Power" by a Stimuli-Responsive Molecule / 8.3:
Structural Changes of Molecules and Supramolecular Structures / 8.3.1:
Structural Changes of Photo chromic Molecules / 8.3.2:
Fundamentals of Kinetics of Photochromic Reaction / 8.3.3:
Photoisomerization and Actuation / 8.3.4:
Mesoscale Motion Generated by Cooperation of "Molecular Power" / 8.4:
Motion in Gradient Fields / 8.4.1:
Movement Triggered by Mobile Molecules / 8.4.2:
Autonomous Motion with Self-Organization / 8.4.3:
Molecular Technologies for Photocatalytic CO2 Reduction / Yusuke Tamaki and Hiroyuki Takeda and Osamu Ishitani8.5:
Photocatalytic Systems Consisting of Mononuclear Metal Complexes / 9.1:
Rhenium(I) Complexes / 9.2.1:
Reaction Mechanism / 9.2.2:
Multicomponent Systems / 9.2.3:
Photocatalytic CO2 Reduction Using Earth-Abundant Elements as the Central Metal of Metal Complexes / 9.2.4:
Supramolecular Photocatalysts: Multinuclear Complexes / 9.3:
Ru(II)-Re(I) Systems / 9.3.1:
Ru(II)-Ru(II) Systems / 9.3.2:
Ir(III)-Re(I) and Os(II)-Re(I) Systems / 9.3.3:
Photocatalytic Reduction of Low Concentration of CO2 / 9.4:
Hybrid Systems Consisting of the Supramolecular Photocatalyst and Semiconductor Photocatalysts / 9.5:
Conclusion / 9.6:
Acknowledgements
Molecular Design of Photocathode Materials for Hydrogen Evolution and Carbon Dioxide Reduction / Christopher D. Windle and Soundarrajan Chandrasekaran and Hiromu Kumagai and Go Sahara and Keiji Nagai and Toshiyuki Abe and Murielle Chavarot-Kerlidou and Osamu Ishitani and Vincent Artero10:
Photocathode Materials for H2 Evolution / 10.1:
Molecular Photocathodes for H2 Evolution Based on Low Bandgap Semiconductors / 10.2.1:
Molecular Catalysts Physisorbed on a Semiconductor Surface / 10.2.1.1:
Covalent Attachment of the Catalyst to the Surface of the Semiconductor / 10.2.1.2:
Covalent Attachment of the Catalyst Within an Oligomeric or Polymeric Material Coating the Semiconductor Surface / 10.2.1.3:
H2-evolving Photocathodes Based on Organic Semiconductors / 10.2.2:
Dye-sensitised Photocathodes for H2 Production / 10.2.3:
Dye-sensitised Photocathodes with Physisorbed or Diffusing Catalysts / 10.2.3.1:
Dye-sensitised Photocathodes Based on Covalent or Supramolecular Dye-Catalyst Assemblies / 10.2.3.2:
Dye-sensitised Photocathodes Based on Co-grafted Dyes and Catalysts / 10.2.3.3:
Photocathodes for CO2 Reduction Based on Molecular Catalysts / 10.3:
Photocatalytic Systems Consisting of a Molecular Catalyst and a Semiconductor Photo electrode / 10.3.1:
Dye-sensitised Photocathodes Based on Molecular Photocatalysts / 10.3.2:
Molecular Design of Glucose Biofuel Cell Electrodes / Michael Holzinger and Yuta Nishina and Alan Le Goff and Masato Tominaga and Serge Cosnier and Seiya Tsujimura11:
Molecular Approaches for Enzymatic Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Glucose / 11.1:
Molecular Designs for Enhanced Electron Transfers with Oxygen-Reducing Enzymes / 11.3:
Conclusion and Future Perspectives / 11.4:
Index
Foreword / Dr Hamaguchi
Preface / Dr Noyori
Charge Transport Simulations for Organic Semiconductors / Hiroyuki Ishii1:
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Bronsted Acids Li(I), Na(I) and K(I) Lewis Acids Mg(II), CA(II) and Zn(II) Lewis Acids B(III)
Lewis Acids Al(III) Lewis Acids Ga(III) Lewis Acids In(III) Lewis Acids Si(IV)
Lewis Acids Sn(II) and Sn(IV) Lewis Acids Bi(III) Lewis Acids Sc(III) and Y(III)
Lewis Acids Lanthanide Lewis Acids Ti(IV) Lewis Acids Zr(IV) and Hf(IV)
Lewis Acids Transition Metal Lewis Acids: From Vanadium to Platinum Cu(I) and Cu(II)
Lewis Acids Ag(I) and Au(I) Lewis Acids Polymer-Supported Metal Lewis Acids
Introduction and Combined Acid Catalysis Super Bronsted Acids Chiral
Bronsted Acids Li(I), Na(I) and K(I) Lewis Acids Mg(II), CA(II) and Zn(II) Lewis Acids B(III)
Lewis Acids Al(III) Lewis Acids Ga(III) Lewis Acids In(III) Lewis Acids Si(IV)
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構造と結合
酸と塩基
有機分子と官能基
アルカン
立体化学
有機反応の理解
ハロゲン化アルキルと求核置換反応
ハロゲン化アルキルと脱離反応
アルコール、エーテルとその関連化合物
アルケン
アルキン
酸化と還元
質量分析法と赤外分光法
NMR分光法
ラジカル反応
共役、共鳴、ジエン
ベンゼンと芳香族化合物
芳香族化合物の反応
カルボン酸とO‐H結合の酸性度
カルボニル化合物の化学:有機金属反応剤、酸化と還元
アルデヒドとケトン:求核付加反応
カルボン酸とその誘導体:求核アシル置換反応
カルボニル化合物のα炭素での置換反応
カルボニル縮合反応
アミン
有機合成における炭素−炭素結合生成反応
ペリ環状反応
炭水化物
アミノ酸とタンパク質
脂質
合成ポリマー
構造と結合
酸と塩基
有機分子と官能基
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序章 : 軌道論のすすめ
1章 : 構造と結合に関する軌道論
2章 : 反応と機構に関する軌道論
3章 : 軌道論の基礎固め
4章 : 代表的な反応剤のHOMO、LUMO
5章 : HOMO、LUMOからみた有機反応
序章 : 軌道論のすすめ
1章 : 構造と結合に関する軌道論
2章 : 反応と機構に関する軌道論
概要: 有機反応を一貫して軌道論に基づいて解説。新しい有機化学を切り拓く読者へ贈る入魂の一冊。
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