Christoph A. Schalley spends much of his time researching Supramolecular chemistry, Molecule, Nanotechnology, Stereochemistry and Ion. His work deals with themes such as Combinatorial chemistry, Computational chemistry and Mass spectrometry, which intersect with Supramolecular chemistry. His Molecule research incorporates themes from Crystallography, Reactivity and Solvent.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Side chain and Supramolecular polymers in addition to Nanotechnology. His Stereochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Calixarene, Self-assembly and Rotaxane. His Ion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ammonium, Inorganic chemistry, Photochemistry, Alkyl and Analytical chemistry.
His primary areas of study are Supramolecular chemistry, Crystallography, Molecule, Stereochemistry and Mass spectrometry. His research in Supramolecular chemistry intersects with topics in Self-assembly, Nanotechnology, Catenane, Crown ether and Computational chemistry. His work investigates the relationship between Crystallography and topics such as Monolayer that intersect with problems in XANES.
As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Molecule, narrowing it down to issues related to the Photochemistry, and often Peroxide, Reactivity and Mass spectrum. His Stereochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Combinatorial chemistry and Ligand. The various areas that he examines in his Mass spectrometry study include Ion and Organic chemistry.
Christoph A. Schalley focuses on Crystallography, Supramolecular chemistry, Molecule, Tetrathiafulvalene and Rotaxane. His Crystallography research incorporates themes from Pyridine, Ether, Counterion, Electrospray ionization and Halogen bond. Christoph A. Schalley has researched Supramolecular chemistry in several fields, including Nanotechnology, Solvent, Halogen, Crown ether and Intramolecular force.
His Nanotechnology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Chemical physics, XANES and Molecular switch. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Synthon, Ion-mobility spectrometry, Dissociation, Solvent effects and Monomer. His Rotaxane study combines topics in areas such as Electrochemistry, Cyclic voltammetry, Enantiomer and Axle.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Supramolecular chemistry, Crystallography, Molecule, Solvent and Nanotechnology. His work on Supramolecular chemistry is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Stereochemistry. His Stereochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Diamine, Catenane and Porphyrin.
His work on Rotaxane as part of general Crystallography research is frequently linked to Acceptor, bridging the gap between disciplines. His study in Molecule is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Catalysis, Aqueous solution and Monomer. His studies in Nanotechnology integrate themes in fields like Chemical physics and Redox.
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Multivalency as a chemical organization and action principle.
Carlo Fasting;Christoph A. Schalley;Marcus Weber;Oliver Seitz.
Angewandte Chemie (2012)
On the way to rotaxane-based molecular motors: studies in molecular mobility and topological chirality.
Christoph A. Schalley;Kaweh Beizai;Fritz Vögtle.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2001)
Experimental evidence for the functional relevance of anion– π interactions
Ryan E. Dawson;Andreas Hennig;Dominik P. Weimann;Daniel Emery.
Nature Chemistry (2010)
Analytical methods in supramolecular chemistry
Christoph A. Schalley.
Supramolecular chemistry goes gas phase: the mass spectrometric examination of noncovalent interactions in host–guest chemistry and molecular recognition
Christoph A Schalley.
International Journal of Mass Spectrometry (2000)
Molecular recognition and supramolecular chemistry in the gas phase
Christoph A. Schalley.
Mass Spectrometry Reviews (2001)
Integrative self-sorting: a versatile strategy for the construction of complex supramolecular architecture
Zhenfeng He;Wei Jiang;Christoph A. Schalley.
Chemical Society Reviews (2015)
Investigating Molecular Recognition by Mass Spectrometry: Characterization of Calixarene-Based Self-Assembling Capsule Hosts with Charged Guests
Christoph A. Schalley;Ronald K. Castellano;Marcus S. Brody;Dmitry M. Rudkevich.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1999)
Integrative Self-Sorting: Construction of a Cascade-Stoppered Heterorotaxane
Wei Jiang;Henrik D. F. Winkler;Christoph A. Schalley.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2008)
Mass spectrometric approaches to the reactivity of transient neutrals
Christoph A. Schalley;Georg Hornung;Detlef Schröder;Helmut Schwarz.
Chemical Society Reviews (1998)
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