Springer | Clinical & BioChemistry | Aug. 5 2005 | ISBN-10: 3540232478 | 238 pages | pdf | 4.4 mb
This treatise on anion sensing and recognition represents a new addition to a very small number of books in this area..
Although this Topics volume does not cover all the different classes fo receptors, it does provide new and timely perspectives to anion chemistry by highlighting several areas that have been generally overlooked in other reviews. The individual chapters are well-written and include references from earlier works up to the present. As such, this volume will be of interest to the community of researchers interested in anions as well as to those who wish to learn about the host-guest chemistry of anion recognition and its applications.