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James Fraser Stoddart Wikidata

Stoddart, J. F. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel National Library of France BIBSYS NII (Japan)

Stoddart, James Fraser 1942- National Library of Lithuania NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

Stoddart, J. F., 1942-.... Sudoc [ABES], France

Fraser Stoddart Scottish chemist ISNI

Stoddart, J. Fraser, chemicus National Library of the Netherlands

Stoddart, J. F. (James Fraser), 1942- National Library of Latvia

Stoddart, Fraser (1942- ) National Library of Poland

Stoddart, J. Fraser 1942- German National Library

Stoddart, J. Fraser RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland

VIAF ID: 66526866 (Personal)


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2007 Tetrahedron prize for creativity in organic chemistry : synthetic nanosystems and nanomachinery, Professor Fraser Stoddart RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland
Comprehensive organic chemistry the synthesis and reactions of organic compounds National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Latvia National Library of France Wikidata BIBSYS Sudoc [ABES], France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
The mechanical bond: a work of art. Wikidata
Mechanized silica nanoparticles: a new frontier in theranostic nanomedicine. Wikidata
Mechanized Silica Nanoparticles Based on Pillar[5]arenes for On-Command Cargo Release Wikidata
The molecule-electrode interface in single-molecule transistors. Wikidata
nature of the mechanical bond from molecules to machines Library of Congress/NACO National Library of France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Sudoc [ABES], France
Obŝaâ organičeskaâ himiâ. NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
The power of click chemistry for molecular machines and surface patterning Sudoc [ABES], France
The role of physical environment on molecular electromechanical switching. Wikidata
The solid-state self-organisation of a self-assembled [2]catenane Wikidata
The stability of imine-containing dynamic [2]rotaxanes to hydrolysis. Wikidata
Starched carbon nanotubes. Wikidata
Stereochemistry of carbohydrates BIBSYS xR Extended Relationships Wikidata National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Latvia RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland National Library of France NII (Japan) National Library of Israel
Stereohimiă uglevodov NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
Stimulated release of size-selected cargos in succession from mesoporous silica nanoparticles. Wikidata
Stimulating concepts in chemistry Library of Congress/NACO BIBSYS National Library of France Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Netherlands
Strong and reversible binding of carbon dioxide in a green metal-organic framework. Wikidata
Structural and co-conformational effects of alkyne-derived subunits in charged donor-acceptor [2]catenanes. Wikidata
Structural evidence of mechanical shuttling in condensed monolayers of bistable rotaxane molecules Wikidata
Structures and properties of self-assembled monolayers of bistable [2]rotaxanes on Au (111) surfaces from molecular dynamics simulations validated with experiment. Wikidata
Studies on plant gums of the Acacia group Wikidata
Sugar and pH dual-responsive mesoporous silica nanocontainers based on competitive binding mechanisms Wikidata
Suitanes. Wikidata
Supramolecular Double-Helix Formation by Diastereoisomeric Conformations of Configurationally Enantiomeric Macrocycles. Wikidata
Supramolecular Explorations: Exhibiting the Extent of Extended Cationic Cyclophanes Wikidata
Supramolecular Gelation of Rigid Triangular Macrocycles through Rings of Multiple C-H···O Interactions Acting Cooperatively. Wikidata
Supramolecular polymers: Molecular machines muscle up Wikidata
Supramolecular pseudo-rotaxane type complexes from π-extended TTF dimer crown ether and C60 Wikidata
Supramolecular self-assembly of dendronized polymers: reversible control of the polymer architectures through acid-base reactions. Wikidata
Supramolecular Tessellations by a Rigid Naphthalene Diimide Triangle Wikidata
Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroelectrochemistry of TTF-Modified Self-Assembled Monolayers. Wikidata
Surveying macrocyclic chemistry: from flexible crown ethers to rigid cyclophanes. Wikidata
Symbiotic Control in Mechanical Bond Formation. Wikidata
Synthesis and solution-state dynamics of donor–acceptor oligorotaxane foldamers Wikidata
Synthesis of biomolecule-modified mesoporous silica nanoparticles for targeted hydrophobic drug delivery to cancer cells. Wikidata
Synthesis of Ex(n)Box cyclophanes. Wikidata
Synthesis of Glycodendrimers by Modification of Poly(propylene imine) Dendrimers Wikidata
Synthesis of lactoside glycodendrons using photoaddition and reductive amination methodologies. Wikidata
Synthesis, structure, and metalation of two new highly porous zirconium metal-organic frameworks. Wikidata
Synthetic Cyclic Oligosaccharides-Syntheses and Structural Properties of a Cyclo[(1 → 4)-α-L-rhamnopyranosyl-(1 → 4)-α-D-mannopyranosyl]trioside and -tetraoside. Wikidata
Tayi et al. reply. Wikidata
Template-Directed One-Step Synthesis of Cyclic Trimers by ADMET Wikidata
Template-directed syntheses of rigid oligorotaxanes under thermodynamic control Wikidata
Template-directed synthesis employing reversible imine bond formation. Wikidata
Templated Synthesis of Interlocked Molecules Wikidata
Tetrathiafulvalene radical cation dimerization in a bistable tripodal [4]rotaxane. Wikidata
Tetrathiafulvalenenaphthalenophanes: Planar Chirality andcis/transPhotoisomerization Wikidata
TetrazineBox: A Structurally Transformative Toolbox Wikidata
Thermally and electrochemically controllable self-complexing molecular switches. Wikidata
Thermodynamic forecasting of mechanically interlocked switches. Wikidata
Thither supramolecular chemistry? Sudoc [ABES], France Wikidata
Toward a Charged Homo[2]catenane Employing Diazaperopyrenium Homophilic Recognition Wikidata
Toward chemically controlled nanoscale molecular machinery. Wikidata
Toward electrochemically controllable tristable three-station [2]catenanes. Wikidata
Towards the self-assembly of polyrotaxanes Wikidata
Translational Isomerism in a [3]Catenane and a [3]Rotaxane Wikidata
Tunable solid-state fluorescent materials for supramolecular encryption. Wikidata
Tuning radical interactions in trisradical tricationic complexes by varying host-cavity sizes Wikidata
Ultrafast conformational dynamics of electron transfer in ExBox4+⊂perylene. Wikidata
Ultrafast Photoinduced Symmetry-Breaking Charge Separation and Electron Sharing in Perylenediimide Molecular Triangles. Wikidata
Ultrafast Two-Electron Transfer in a CdS Quantum Dot-Extended-Viologen Cyclophane Complex. Wikidata
Ultrahigh surface area zirconium MOFs and insights into the applicability of the BET theory Wikidata
Unravelling the Shuttling Mechanism in a Photoswitchable Multicomponent Bistable Rotaxane Wikidata
Versatile self-complexing compounds based on covalently linked donor-acceptor cyclophanes. Wikidata
Visible Light-Driven Artificial Molecular Switch Actuated by Radical-Radical and Donor-Acceptor Interactions. Wikidata
Where Ion Mobility and Molecular Dynamics Meet To Unravel the (Un)Folding Mechanisms of an Oligorotaxane Molecular Switch. Wikidata
Wholly Synthetic Molecular Machines. Wikidata
Working mechanism for a redox switchable molecular machine based on cyclodextrin: a free energy profile approach. Wikidata
Working Supramolecular Machines Trapped in Glass and Mounted on a Film Surface We thank the National Science Foundation and the Sandia National Laboratories for supporting this research. Wikidata
XCage: A Tricyclic Octacationic Receptor for Perylene Diimide with Picomolar Affinity in Water Wikidata
γ-Cyclodextrin Cuprate Sandwich-Type Complexes Wikidata
π-Dimerization of viologen subunits around the core of C60 from twelve to six directions Wikidata
Общая органическая химия : [в 12-ти т.] National Library of Latvia
Стереохимия углеводов, 1975: National Library of Latvia
分子俄罗斯套娃 Wikidata

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