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Novel sulfamide-type low-molecular-mass gelators: gelation of aqueous, organic, and aqueous/organic biphasic solutions by hydrogen bond-directed 2-D amphiphilic sheet assemblies

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Abstract

A novel asymmetrically substituted sulfamide forms hydrogen bond-directed amphiphilic 2-D sheet assemblies and shows high ability to induce gelation of a variety of solvents including polar water, nonpolar dodecane and aqueous/organic biphasic systems, and this high and wide gelation ability is realized by adjusting the mode of association of the amphiphilic sheet assemblies.

Graphical abstract: Novel sulfamide-type low-molecular-mass gelators: gelation of aqueous, organic, and aqueous/organic biphasic solutions by hydrogen bond-directed 2-D amphiphilic sheet assemblies

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Submitted
09 Jul 2010
Accepted
07 Sep 2010
First published
27 Sep 2010

Soft Matter, 2010,6, 5305-5307
Article type
Communication

Novel sulfamide-type low-molecular-mass gelators: gelation of aqueous, organic, and aqueous/organic biphasic solutions by hydrogen bond-directed 2-D amphiphilic sheet assemblies

N. Maeda, K. Masuda, J. Li, S. Kabashima, I. Yoshikawa and K. Araki, Soft Matter, 2010, 6, 5305
DOI: 10.1039/C0SM00654H

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