Jonathan R. Nitschke mainly investigates Self-assembly, Stereochemistry, Nanotechnology, Supramolecular chemistry and Covalent bond. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crystallography, Dynamic covalent chemistry, Coordination complex and Polymer chemistry. Jonathan R. Nitschke combines subjects such as Zinc, Self assembled and Copper with his study of Crystallography.
His research in the fields of Diastereomer and Homochirality overlaps with other disciplines such as Parity and Biomolecular structure. His Supramolecular chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biomolecule and Signalling cascades. His Covalent bond research focuses on Imine and how it connects with Combinatorial chemistry and Catenane.
His primary scientific interests are in Supramolecular chemistry, Crystallography, Self-assembly, Stereochemistry and Polymer chemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Covalent bond and Nanotechnology in addition to Supramolecular chemistry. His research in Crystallography tackles topics such as Ligand which are related to areas like Zinc.
The Self-assembly study combines topics in areas such as Combinatorial chemistry, Coordination complex, Dynamic covalent chemistry and Copper. The Diastereomer research Jonathan R. Nitschke does as part of his general Stereochemistry study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Cage, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His research in Polymer chemistry focuses on subjects like Imine, which are connected to Selectivity.
Supramolecular chemistry, Crystallography, Polymer chemistry, Metal and Tetrahedron are his primary areas of study. His Supramolecular chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Self-assembly, Covalent bond and Phase. His Covalent bond research includes themes of Combinatorial chemistry and Anion binding.
His study brings together the fields of Catenane and Crystallography. The various areas that he examines in his Polymer chemistry study include General chemistry and Catalysis. Jonathan R. Nitschke combines subjects such as Urea and Ligand with his study of Metal.
Jonathan R. Nitschke mainly focuses on Molecule, Covalent bond, Supramolecular chemistry, Polymer chemistry and Crystallography. His Molecule research incorporates themes from Tandem mass spectrometry, Dissociation and Ion-mobility spectrometry. His studies deal with areas such as Surface modification, Anion binding and Phosphine as well as Covalent bond.
In his works, Jonathan R. Nitschke conducts interdisciplinary research on Supramolecular chemistry and Cage. Jonathan R. Nitschke interconnects General chemistry, Catalysis and Metal in the investigation of issues within Polymer chemistry. His studies in Crystallography integrate themes in fields like Corannulene, Enantiomer, CESIUM CATION and Catenane.
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White phosphorus is air-stable within a self-assembled tetrahedral capsule.
Prasenjit Mal;Boris Breiner;Kari Rissanen;Jonathan R. Nitschke.
Stimuli-Responsive Metal–Ligand Assemblies
Anna J. McConnell;Christopher S. Wood;Prakash P. Neelakandan;Jonathan R. Nitschke.
Chemical Reviews (2015)
Building on architectural principles for three-dimensional metallosupramolecular construction
Maarten M. J. Smulders;Imogen A. Riddell;Colm Browne;Jonathan R. Nitschke.
Chemical Society Reviews (2013)
Construction, Substitution, and Sorting of Metallo-organic Structures via Subcomponent Self-Assembly
Jonathan R. Nitschke.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2007)
Molecular containers in complex chemical systems
Salvatore Zarra;Daniel M. Wood;Derrick A. Roberts;Jonathan R. Nitschke.
Chemical Society Reviews (2015)
Stereochemistry in Subcomponent Self-Assembly
Ana M. Castilla;William J. Ramsay;Jonathan R. Nitschke.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2014)
A Self‐Assembled M8L6 Cubic Cage that Selectively Encapsulates Large Aromatic Guests
Wenjing Meng;Boris Breiner;Kari Rissanen;John D. Thoburn;John D. Thoburn.
Angewandte Chemie (2011)
Metal–organic container molecules through subcomponent self-assembly
Tanya K. Ronson;Salvatore Zarra;Samuel P. Black;Jonathan R. Nitschke.
Chemical Communications (2013)
An Unlockable–Relockable Iron Cage by Subcomponent Self‐Assembly
Prasenjit Mal;David Schultz;Kodiah Beyeh;Kari Rissanen.
Angewandte Chemie (2008)
Systems chemistry: Molecular networks come of age
Jonathan R. Nitschke.
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