Mass Spectrometric Identifi Cation Of Charge-assisted Supramolecular Catalytic Species | 5995
Journal of Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques
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Weak intermolecular forces like hydrogen bond and charge-charge interaction are
nourished by Nature in various biomolecular events of life processes and are
decisive factors for ligand-receptor interactions
that form the concept of drug design.
Supramolecular structures, arising out of non-covalent interactions of small molecules,
as discrete reactive intermediates have recently been invoked as eff
ective catalytic species
for various organic reactions.
cation and characterization of supramolecular
assemblies of small molecules is most essential in devising catalytic processes and have
been recently achieved through various mass spectrometric techniques.
cation of supramolecular catalytic species representing a metal organic framework
(MOF) remains unexplored.
e dual activation catalysis by alkali metal salts have been exploited in various organic
e present work will highlight the origin of the catalytic role of alkali metal
salts through mass spectroscopic intervention of the non-covalently formed MOFs.
Kapileswar Seth has completed his M.Sc in 2007 from Visva Bharati, Santiniketan and currently he is
pursuing Ph.D at NIPER, Mohali, India under the guidance of Prof. Asit K. Chakraborti.
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