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Metallosurfactants

From Fundamentals to Catalytic and Biomedical Applications

Mehta, Surinder K. / Kaur, Ravneet (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage Februar 2022
288 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-3-527-34868-8
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim

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The first reference on the field of metallosurfactants, and on their use in the biomedical field, as catalysts and nanoreactors.

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Metallosurfactants, a "Novel Portmanteau": A Holistic Insight into the Structural?Physiognomies Relationships,Synthesis Stratagems, and Characterization
Metallosurfactants: A Surface and Interface Perspective
Metallosurfactant Self-assembly: Structures and Chemistry of Interfacial, Biphasic, and Phase Transfer Catalysis
Hydrolytic Metallosurfactants: Nanocatalysts for Esterolytic Reactions
Metallosurfactants as Catalysts in Organic Reactions and Energy-Based Applications
Metallosurfactants as Drug-Delivery Vehicles
Metallosurfactants as Molecular Machines for the Fabrication of Hybrid Silica-Based Porous Materials
Metallosurfactants as Non-viral Vectors In Transfection
Metallosurfactants as Nanoreactors for Nanoparticle Synthesis
Metallosurfactants and Their Biological Attributes: Anticancer and Antimicrobial Properties
Metallosurfactants as Carbon Monoxide-Releasing Molecules
Supramolecular Metal-Modified Nanocontainers Based on Amphiphilic and Hybrid Matrices: Self-Assembling Behavior and Practical Applications
Metallosurfactants in Nanoscale Molecular Containers as Sensors
Surinder K. Mehta is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Panjab University, Chandigarh. His research focusses on metallosurfactant chemistry, nano-electrochemical sensors, the synthesis and application of semiconducting nanoparticles and on colloidal chemistry, including novel drug delivery applications. For his contributions he received several DAAD and JSPS fellowships, and also received the Bronze medal from the Chemical Research Society of India (CRSI), an authors award by the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK), among others,. He has been a visiting scientist to several countries including UK, Germany, Japan, USA and France. Prof. Mehta has more than 317 publications in international journals of repute with h-index of 44, and has authored more than 19 books/chapters.

Dr. Ravneet Kaur is an adjunct professor at the Ivy Tech Community College, Indiana, USA. She joined the Ivy tech group of colleges as an Instructor for Chemistry and Physical sciences after completing her postdoctoral fellowship at Panjab University, Chandigarh, India. She graduated from her PhD program at the Panjab University, Chandigarh with the All India Junior Research Fellowship in Chemical Sciences. During that time, she also received the prestigious DAAD sandwich model scholarship and continued her research at the Technical University, Berlin. She is the recipient of the All India UGC postdoctoral fellowship for women. Dr. Kaur has authored numerous scientific publications during her graduate studies and has received numerous awards to her credit, including the Young scientist award and the University Gold medal.