Geometry induced sequence of nanoscale Frank–Kasper and quasicrystal mesophases in giant surfactants

Volume: 113, Issue: 50, Pages: 14195 - 14200
Published: Nov 28, 2016
Abstract
Frank-Kasper (F-K) and quasicrystal phases were originally identified in metal alloys and only sporadically reported in soft materials. These unconventional sphere-packing schemes open up possibilities to design materials with different properties. The challenge in soft materials is how to correlate complex phases built from spheres with the tunable parameters of chemical composition and molecular architecture. Here, we report a complete...
Paper Details
Title
Geometry induced sequence of nanoscale Frank–Kasper and quasicrystal mesophases in giant surfactants
Published Date
Nov 28, 2016
Volume
113
Issue
50
Pages
14195 - 14200
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