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January 16th, 2008

Heterocyclic Chemistry

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The relevance of new technologies, such as microwave acceleration, in heterocyclic chemistry was summarized in a series of presentations by pioneers of the field, Rajendar Varma (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) and Nicholas Leadbeater (University of Connecticut), and put into practical context by Keller Barnhardt (CEM Corporation). The power of programmed self-assembly in providing new heterocycle-based materials for molecular electronic and optoelectronic applications and opportunities in functional nanomaterials was beautifully presented by Takuzo Aida (University of Tokyo) and Thomas Carell (University of Munich).

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