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Title Singlet oxygen. Volume 1 : applications in biosciences and nanosciences / editors: Santi Nonell and Cristina Flors
Published [Cambridge] : Royal Society of Chemistry, [2016]


Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Series Comprehensive series in photochemical & photobiological sciences ; 13
Comprehensive series in photochemistry & photobiology ; 13.
Contents 880-01 Cover; Comprehensive Series in Photochemical and Photobiological Science; Dedication; Preface; Foreword; Contents; Section I -- Fundamentals; Chapter 1 -- Overview of Reactive Oxygen Species; 1.1. Molecular Oxygen and Reactive Oxygen Species, an Introduction; 1.2. Chemical Properties of ROS; 1.2.1. Electronic Configuration; 1.2.2. Redox Potentials; 1.3. Sources of ROS; 1.3.1. Endogenous Sources of ROS; 1.3.2. Commonly Encountered Extrinsic Sources of ROS; 1.4. Chemical Reactivity of ROS; 1.4.1. Biological Targets of ROS; 1.4.2. ROS Scavengers and Antioxidants; 1.4.3. ROS Lifetime and Diffusion
880-01/(S Section II -- Production of Singlet OxygenChapter 3 -- Water-Soluble Carriers of Singlet Oxygen for Biological Media; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Reversible Binding of Oxygen to Aromatic Compounds; 3.2.1. Historical Background; 3.2.2. Reaction of 1O2 with Aromatic Compounds; Structural Effects. Singlet oxygen (1O2, 1Δg) may react according to a [4+2] cycloaddition with electron-rich aromatic su ... ; Solvent Effects. The rate constants of [4+2] cycloaddition of 1O2 on organic substrates are generally considered as pract ... ; 3.2.3. Cycloreversion of Endoperoxides Through Thermolysis
1.5. Monitoring ROS1.5.1. Fluorogenic Probes; References; Chapter 2 -- Properties of Singlet Oxygen; 2.1. Introduction: Ground and Excited States of Molecular Oxygen; 2.2. Thermodynamic and Electrochemical Properties of Singlet Oxygen; 2.3. Physical Mechanisms of Singlet Oxygen Deactivation; 2.3.1. Radiative Deactivation of Singlet Oxygen; 2.3.2. Nonradiative Deactivation of Singlet Oxygen; 2.4. Singlet Oxygen Diffusion; 2.5. Singlet Oxygen Deactivation in Different Environments; 2.5.1. Homogeneous Environments; 2.5.2. Polymeric Systems; 2.5.3. Heterogeneous Nanoparticle-Based Environments
3.3. Water-Soluble Naphthalenic Endoperoxides NO2 as Singlet Oxygen Carriers3.3.1. Design of Water-Soluble Carriers of 1O2; 3.3.2. Strategies for the Synthesis of Water-Soluble Carriers; 3.3.3. Singlet Oxygenation of Naphthalenic Carriers; 3.3.4. Thermal Release of 1O2; 3.3.5. Substituent Effect on the Rate of Binding and Releasing 1O2; Activating Effect of Oxygen Atom. The mesomeric activating effect ofoxygen36 (see Figure 3.7) was evaluated by grafting ether lateral side cha ..
Summary Meeting the desire for a comprehensive book that collects and curates the vast amount of knowledge gained in the field of singlet oxygen, this title covers the physical, chemical and biological properties of this reactive oxygen species and also its increasingly important applications across chemical, environmental and biomedical areas. The editors have a long and distinguished background in the field of singlet oxygen chemistry and biomedical applications, giving them a unique insight and ensuring the contributions attain the highest scientific level. The book provides an up to date reference resource for both the beginner and experienced researcher and crucially for those working across disciplines such as photochemistry, photobiology and photomedicine
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (Ebsco, viewed March 22, 2016)
Subject Active oxygen.
Reactive Oxygen Species
Organic chemistry.
Biology, life sciences.
SCIENCE -- Chemistry -- Inorganic.
Active oxygen
Form Electronic book
Author Nonell, Santi, editor.
Flors, Cristina, editor.
Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)
ISBN 9781782622208