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By N. V. B. Marsden, A. C. Haglund (auth.), Jerry L. Atwood, J. Eric D. Davies, Tetsuo Osa (eds.)

The Joint assembly comprisIng the third foreign Symposium on Clathrate Compounds and Molecular Inclusion Phenomena and the second overseas Symposium on Cyclodextrins used to be hung on 23-27 July, 1984, in Tokyo, Japan. It was once equipped via the Japan organization for Inclusion Chemistry including the foreign association Committee, with the auspices of 16 societies and institutions in Japan. This occasion used to be the 1st joint assembly with the desire of unifying the above symposia. this system of the symposium consisted of 142 papers, together with 14 invited papers. The invited papers and a few chosen subject matters have been provided verbally, and all of the different 118 papers have been displayed in poster classes. The symposium was once held at Hoshi college in Tokyo. as a result of multidisciplinary nature of the themes handled, the scope and topics have been grouped into components. within the first workforce, the chemistry of cyclodextrins, man made natural hosts, inorganic and steel complicated hosts and layered hosts have been taken care of. within the moment workforce functions in a variety of fields, biomimetic features, physicochemical elements, selectivity, stereo-specificity and different points have been mentioned. The clinical classes have been conducted in a truly vibrant surroundings. The variety of contributors viz 50 from 19 in another country nations and 253 household partici­ pants passed our expectation.

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Y. Murakami, J. Kikuchi, and H. Tenma, Chern. , submitted for publication. roshi Suga Department of Chemistry and Chemical Thermodynamics Laboratory Faculty of Science, Osaka University Toyonaka, Osaka 560, Japan ABSTRACT. Distinction between the host-guest and guest-guest interaction in the roles they play in determining the physical properties of the clathrate compounds is discussed. It is shown that the latter causes cooperative effects and phase transitions. Experimental data on the phase transitions and molecular motion in the hydroquinone clathrate compounds are reviewed.

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