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2008, Vol. 29 Issue (11) :1187-1192     DOI:
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Synthesis Strategies to Design Structures for Catalytic Applications
Harold H. KUNG*, Mayfair C. KUNG
Chemical and Biological Engineering Department, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60208-3120, USA

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Abstract Approaches to synthesize silicon-based catalytic structures that aim at capturi n g the properties and functionalities of natural enzymes include unit-by-unit s yn thesis of macromolecular units with atomic control and templating/imprinting syn thesis of nanocages which sacrifices atomic control for convenience. A combinati on of these approaches may lead to the desired structures ultimately.
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Keywordsenzyme analogs   templating   imprinting   dendrimer   nanocage   catalyst synthesis   confinement effect     
Received 2008-11-25; published 2008-11-25
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Harold H. KUNG*;Mayfair C. KUNG.Synthesis Strategies to Design Structures for Catalytic Applications[J]  , 2008,V29(11): 1187-1192
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