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Macromolecule metal complexes — Reactions and molecular recognition

  • Yoshimi Kurimura
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Polymer Science book series (POLYMER, volume 90)

Abstract

In solution, macromolecule-metal complexes form microheterogenous regions occupied by the polymer-backbone where physicochemical properties differ from those of the bulk solution. Most of the significant reaction patterns of macromolecule-metal complexes are due to the characteristic nature of these microheterogenous regions. This article reviews recent studies of the reactions of macromolecule-metal complexes. For example, fundamental reactions such as complex formations, ligand substitution and electron transfer reactions, as well as interactions of metal complexes with biological substances, photochemical behavior, and molecular recognition are described.

Understanding of these fundamental reactions may help to design new functional materials such as nobel catalysts, compounds with biological activities, photo-conversion systems, semi-conducting or conducting materials, polymer modified electrodes, displays, sensors, and so on.

Keywords

Methyl Viologen Polymer Ligand Ethylene Oligomer Polymer Metal Complex Photochemical Behavior 
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  • Yoshimi Kurimura
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  1. 1.Department of ChemistryIbaraki UniversityMito, IbarakiJapan

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