New Academic Science Ltd.
|Number of Pages||432 Pages|
|Dimensions (Cms)||17 x 1 x 23|
Bioorganic and bioinorganic chemistry and two leading disciplines at the interface of chemistry and biology. Now there is an increasing number of both chemists and biochemists who are studying simple synthetic molecules as models of enzymes. Molecular recognition is an important concept on which these research efforts are based. Supramolecular chemistry based on noncovalent intermolecular forces has provided the most important innovations in organic, inorganic and biochemistry in the recent past. The award of the Nobel prize in chemistry for 1987 to D J Cram, J M Lehn and C J Pedersen reflects the importance of the topics mentioned above. This book is written to serve as a textbook which is a blend of the most important concepts of bioorganic, bioinorganic and supramolecular chemistry.