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Angewandte
Preview – Issue 2/2004
Chemie
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Functional Materials
Binary Superlattices of Nanoparticles:
Self-Assembly Leads to “Metamaterials”
A. L. Rogach
Minireview
Artificial Photosynthesis
1
1
Bioinspired Molecular Design of LightHarvesting Multiporphyrin Arrays
T. Aida et al.
Review
Biomimetic Synthesis
2
Comments on Recent Achievements in
Biomimetic Organic Synthesis
M. C. de la Torre and M. A. Sierra
2
Communications
Ladderanes
3
L. R. MacGillivray et al.
Arene Electrochemistry
4
Supramolecular Construction of
Molecular Ladders in the Solid State
(Cover Picture)
Synthesis and Reactivity of a 1,8Bis(methylium)naphthalenediyl Dication
F. P. Gabba) and H. Wang
Metal-Directed Self-Assembly
J.-M. Lehn and L. H. Uppadine
Protein Models
G. Klebe and A. Evers
Zeolite Synthesis
T. Tatsumi et al.
Nanotubular Materials
T. Kijima et al.
Silyl(silylene) Iron Complexes
H. Tobita et al.
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2004, 43, 129
Three-Level Synthetic Strategy Towards
Mixed Valence and Heterometallic
[2 7 2] Gridlike Arrays
3
Ligand-Supported Homology Modeling of
G-Protein-Coupled Receptor Sites:
Models Sufficient for Successful Virtual
Screening
A Titanosilicate that is Structurally
Analogous to an MWW-Type Lamellar
Precursor
Noble-Metal Nanotubes (Pt, Pd, Ag) from
Lyotropic Mixed-Surfactant Liquid-Crystal
Templates
4
Direct Evidence for Extremely Facile 1,2and 1,3-Group Migrations in an FeSi2
System
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2004 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
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