Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Work cat.: 00032481: Supramolecular chemistry, 2000.
- found: Facts on File dict. chem. (supramolecular chemistry: a branch of chemistry concerned with the synthesis and study of large molecular structures assembled in a definite pattern and held together by intermolecular bonds; the idea of "self-assembly" (i.e. that the molecules form well-defined structures spontaneously as a result of their geometry and chemical properties) is a particular research interest)
- found: Supramolecular chemistry, 1999: p. 1 (supramolecular chemistry: the multidisciplinary study of new molecular systems whose most important feature is that the components are held together reversibly by intermolecular forces, not by covalent bonds)
- notfound: Chem. abst.;Hackh chem. dict.;Hawley chem. dict.;McGraw-Hill dict. sci. tech.
- 2000-04-27: new
- 2002-01-03: revised
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