Interest in nanoporous crystals as host-guest systems has risen
dramatically over the past few years, such that this fascinating
class of substances now plays an important role not only in
material sciences, but also in numerous other disciplines, such as
organic or supramolecular chemistry. With their unique
characteristics, nanoporous crystals offer a wide range of possible
applications: They are used as molecular sieves or membranes as
well as catalytic converters. This work presents the very first
overview of this exciting field.
Readers will find everything they need to know about these
unusual materials, with all their many attributes: Synthesis of
host-guest systems Description of the structural and dynamic
aspects Electronic and optical characteristics of the materials
An indispensable reference for materials scientists as well as
for catalytic and inorganic chemists, and all those working in the
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