By Anne-Marie Caminade, Cedric-Olivier Turrin, Regis Laurent, Armelle Ouali, Beatrice Delavaux-Nicot
This booklet might be more often than not focussed at the houses and makes use of of dendrimers and dendrons. the purpose of this e-book is to be the reference ebook approximately dendrimers functions. it's going to no longer describe all info, however it will provide the reader a different assessment of what has at present been performed with dendrimers, with quite a few references and illustrations. it will likely be divided in 4 major components: half 1) Generalities, syntheses, characterizations and homes; half 2) purposes in catalysis; half three) functions for the elaboration or amendment of fabrics; and half four) purposes in biology/medicine. The position of the nanometric dimension and the a number of services of dendrimers at the houses should be emphasised.
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