Kinetically Controlled Stepwise Self-Assembly of AuI-Metallopeptides in Water

Volume: 140, Issue: 2, Pages: 534 - 537
Published: Jan 5, 2018
Abstract
The combination of attractive supramolecular interactions of a hydrophobic AuI-metallopeptide with the shielding effect of flexible oligoethylene glycol chains provides access to a stepwise self-assembly of a AuI-metalloamphiphile in water. Kinetic control of the supramolecular polymer morphology is achieved using a temperature-dependent assembly protocol, which yields low dispersity supramolecular polymers (metastable state I) or helical...
Paper Details
Title
Kinetically Controlled Stepwise Self-Assembly of AuI-Metallopeptides in Water
Published Date
Jan 5, 2018
Volume
140
Issue
2
Pages
534 - 537
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