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CHEM * 7100/710 - Winter 2013

Supramolecular and Nanostructured Materials

 
The main objective of this course is to show how the concepts of supramolecular chemistry and nanoscience are utilized in the design of new materials. The course provides a short overview of all main aspects of self-assembled nanostructured objects, from the smallest host-guest complexes to sophisticated molecular devices and infinite multicomponent systems
   
   
Instructor:
Prof. Dmitriy Soldatov      MACN-338;  x 53548;  dsoldato@uoguelph.ca
 
Classes:
Tuesdays, 7 - 9:30 pm; Jan 8th - Apr 2nd; no class on Feb 19th
Guelph: MACN-101; Waterloo: EIT-2053
 
 
Course Outline Part 1a Part 1b Presentation rules Assignment I  due Feb 12th
  Part 2a Part 2b Sample presentations Assignment II  due Mar 19th
  Part 3   2008-1  
  Part 4a Part 4b 2008-2
  Part 5a Part 5b 2008-3  
  Part 6a Part 6b 2013-1  
  Part 7a Part 7b 2013-2  
  Part 8a Part 8b    
  Part 9a Part 9b    
  Part 10