Handbook of porphyrin science [electronic resource]: with applications to chemistry, physics, materials science, engineering, biology and medicine
- Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, c2010-
- Physical description
- v. : ill.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Developments in Supramolecular Chemistry Based on Porphyrins and Related Systems-- Involvement of Porphyrins and Related Systems in Catalysis-- Phototherapy, Radioimmunotherapy and Imaging-- Advances in Synthesis and Coordination Chemistry of Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines and Related Systems-- Heme Proteins.
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- Publisher's Summary
- As porphyrins are currently employed as platforms for study of theoretical principles and applications in a wide variety of fields, the "Handbook of Porphyrin Science" represents a timely ongoing series dealing in detail with the synthesis, chemistry, physicochemical and medical properties and applications of polypyrrole macrocycles. Professors Karl Kadish, Kevin Smith and Roger Guilard are internationally recognized experts in the research field of porphyrins, each having his own separate area of expertise in the field. Between them, they have published over 1500 peer-reviewed papers and edited more than three dozen books on diverse topics of porphyrins and phthalocyanines. In assembling the new volumes of this unique Handbook, they have selected and attracted the very best scientists in each sub-discipline as contributing authors of the chapters. This Handbook will prove to be a modern authoritative treatise on the subject as it is a collection of up-to-date works by world-renowned experts in the field. Complete with hundreds of figures, tables and structural formulas, and thousands of literature citations, all researchers and graduate students in this field will find the "Handbook of Porphyrin Science" an essential, major reference source for many years to come.
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- Beginning date
- editors, Karl M. Kadish, Kevin M. Smith, Roger Guilard.
- Title from PDF of v. 1's t.p. (World Scientific, May 28, 2010).