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Molecular miscibility characteristics of self-assembled 2D molecular architectures

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Abstract

Various molecular networks, stabilized by hydrogen bonds or van der Waals interactions, are demonstrated in which the distribution of heterogeneous molecular species could be controlled at the level of single molecules or molecular clusters. The observed miscibility characteristics of the two-dimensional (2D) assembly structures could enable studies on the heterogeneous molecular interfaces of guest–host architectures. In addition, it could be envisioned that large cavity networks should be beneficial for studying the clustering behavior of molecular aggregates of similar or dissimilar species, chemical interactions in nanometre scale constrained areas, as well as the design of complex molecular architectures.

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Submitted
31 Aug 2007
Accepted
13 Dec 2007
First published
04 Feb 2008

J. Mater. Chem., 2008,18, 2074-2081
Article type
Feature Article

Molecular miscibility characteristics of self-assembled 2D molecular architectures

X. Ma, Y. Yang, K. Deng, Q. Zeng, K. Zhao, C. Wang and C. Bai, J. Mater. Chem., 2008, 18, 2074
DOI: 10.1039/B713426F

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