Advanced Macromolecular and Supramolecular Materials and by Shashadhar Samal, Kurt E. Geckeler (auth.), Kurt E. Geckeler

By Shashadhar Samal, Kurt E. Geckeler (auth.), Kurt E. Geckeler (eds.)

The sector of macromolecular and supramolecular technological know-how and engineering has received tremendous curiosity and value over the past decade and plenty of purposes might be estimated sooner or later. The speedy advancements during this interdisciplinary region justify a photo of the cutting-edge within the study of fabrics and strategies that's given during this monograph. This monograph relies totally on man made architectures and platforms coated via the contents of chosen plenary and invited lectures introduced on the 1st overseas Symposium on Macro- and Supramolecular Architectures and fabrics (MAM-01): organic and artificial platforms, which was once held from 11-14 April 2001 at the overseas campus of the Kwangju Institute of technology and know-how (K-JIST) in Kwangju, South Korea. furthermore, it includes a number of complementing contributions during this novel box of technology facing artificial architectures and represents a different compilation of reviewed examine debts of the in-depth wisdom of macromolecular and supramolecular fabrics and strategies. It contains 22 pioneering chapters written by means of sixty four popular specialists from thirteen diversified countries.

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