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The realization of well-defined and ordered structures on the nanoscale is a main issue in nanoscience and nanotechnology, biotechnology and other related fields like plastic or organic electronics. Among the bottom-up approaches, to date, self-assembly (equilibrium aggregates) received a major attention. In spite of this, far from equilibrium conditions allow for the generation of a wider landscape of organized systems depending on the set of control parameters employed. Under an adaptation vision of the structures, here we report some case studies showing how it is possible to programme and control the nanoscale features of ordered super- or supra-aggregates at wet interfaces by modulating the dynamic parameters. In particular, speed is foreseen as a threshold factor for changing the aggregation mechanism along with the shape and degree of order of the structures as well as, within a specific aggregation path, their size and defectivity.
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