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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Kung HH, Kung MC
Article Title: Synthesis Strategies to Design Structures for Catalytic Applications.
Publication date: 2008
Journal: Chinese Journal of Catalysis
Volume: 29
Issue: (11)
Page numbers: 1187-1192.
Alternative URL: http://www.chxb.cn/EN/abstract/abstract17339.shtml

Abstract: Two approaches to synthesize silicon-based catalytic structures that aim at capturing the properties and functionalities of natural enzymes are described in this brief review: unit-by-unit synthesis of macromolecular units and templating/imprinting synthesis of nanocages. The unit-by-unit approach mimics the peptide synthesis method, offers atomic control of the structure, but is inefficient in synthesizing large structures such as nanocages. The templating/imprinting method is more suitable for nanocages at the sacrifice of atomic control, and the nanocages obtained are shown to possess properties exhibited by enzyme cavities
Template and target information: Review - catalyst design
Author keywords: enzyme analogs, templating, imprinting, dendrimer, nanocage, catalyst synthesis, confinement effect


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