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Symmetry, spectroscopy, and crystallography : the structural nexus / Robert Glaser.

By: Glaser, Robert [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, 2015Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783527684199; 3527684190; 9783527684205; 3527684204.Subject(s): Symmetry (Physics) | Crystallography | Stereochemistry | SCIENCE / Physics / Quantum Theory | Crystallography | Stereochemistry | Symmetry (Physics)Genre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 539.725 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
Symmetry/Pseudosymmetry: Chirality in Molecules,in Nature, and in the Cosmos -- Enantiospecificity of Pheromones, Sweeteners, Fragrances, and Drugs -- Bonding Parameters and the Effect of Local Environment on Molecular Structure -- Historical Development of Structural Chemistry: From Alchemy to Modern Structural Theory -- Chiroptical Properties -- Symmetry Comparison of Molecular Subunits: Symmetry in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and in Dynamic NMR -- Prochirality, Asymmetric Hydrogenation Reactions, and the Curtin-Hammett Principle -- Stereogenic Elements, Chirotopicity, Permutational Isomers, and Gear-Like Correlated Motion of Molecular Subunits -- Symmetry in Extended Periodic Arrays of Molecular Crystals and the Relevance of Penrose Tiling Rules for Nonperiodic Quasicrystal Packing -- Multiple Molecules in the Asymmetric Unit, "Faking It"; Pseudosymmetry Emulation of Achiral Higher Order Space Filling in Kryptoracemate Chiral Crystals -- Platonic-Solid Geometry Molecules and Crystallographic Constraints upon Molecular Geometry, Symmetry Distortions from Ideality -- Solid-State NMR Spectroscopic/X-Ray Crystallographic Investigation of Conformational Polymorphism/Pseudopolymorphism in Crystalline Stable and Labile Hydrated Drugs -- NMR Spectroscopic Differentiation of Diastereomeric Isomers Having Special Positions of Molecular Symmetry -- Stereochemistry of Medium Ring Conformations -- The Pharmacophore Method for Computer Assisted Drug Design -- The X-Ray Structure-Based Method of Rational Design -- Helical Stereochemistry.
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Symmetry/Pseudosymmetry: Chirality in Molecules,in Nature, and in the Cosmos -- Enantiospecificity of Pheromones, Sweeteners, Fragrances, and Drugs -- Bonding Parameters and the Effect of Local Environment on Molecular Structure -- Historical Development of Structural Chemistry: From Alchemy to Modern Structural Theory -- Chiroptical Properties -- Symmetry Comparison of Molecular Subunits: Symmetry in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and in Dynamic NMR -- Prochirality, Asymmetric Hydrogenation Reactions, and the Curtin-Hammett Principle -- Stereogenic Elements, Chirotopicity, Permutational Isomers, and Gear-Like Correlated Motion of Molecular Subunits -- Symmetry in Extended Periodic Arrays of Molecular Crystals and the Relevance of Penrose Tiling Rules for Nonperiodic Quasicrystal Packing -- Multiple Molecules in the Asymmetric Unit, "Faking It"; Pseudosymmetry Emulation of Achiral Higher Order Space Filling in Kryptoracemate Chiral Crystals -- Platonic-Solid Geometry Molecules and Crystallographic Constraints upon Molecular Geometry, Symmetry Distortions from Ideality -- Solid-State NMR Spectroscopic/X-Ray Crystallographic Investigation of Conformational Polymorphism/Pseudopolymorphism in Crystalline Stable and Labile Hydrated Drugs -- NMR Spectroscopic Differentiation of Diastereomeric Isomers Having Special Positions of Molecular Symmetry -- Stereochemistry of Medium Ring Conformations -- The Pharmacophore Method for Computer Assisted Drug Design -- The X-Ray Structure-Based Method of Rational Design -- Helical Stereochemistry.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 7, 2015)

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