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Record number 411163
Title From coordination polymers to hierarchical self-assembled structures
Author(s) Yan, Y.; Keizer, A. de; Cohen Stuart, M.A.; Besseling, N.A.M.
Source In: Self Organized nanostructures of Amphilic Block Coploymers II / Mueller, A.H.E., Borisov, O., - p. 91 - 115.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/12_2010_63
Department(s) Physical Chemistry and Colloid Science
Publication type Peer reviewed book chapter
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) metallo-supramolecular polymers - polyelectrolyte-amphiphile complex - coacervate core micelles - functionalized bis-terpyridines - diblock copolymer - metallosupramolecular chemistry - electrostatic functionality - optical-properties - transition-metals - materia
Abstract In this review, novel hierarchical self-assembled structures based on reversible organo-metallic supramolecular polymers are discussed. Firstly, we discuss recent advances in the field of coordination polymers, considering cases in which transition metal ions and bis- or multiligands are used to build up organo-metallic supramolecular polymers. Secondly, we review hierarchical self-assembled structures based on these coordination polymers, such as polyelectrolyte layer-by-layer films, capsules, complex coacervate core micelles and microemulsions, and nanoribbons. Finally, we give a short perspective on the formation of coordination-polymeric hierarchical self-assembled structures. The implications of fundamental and applied research, as well as aspects of new technologies are also discussed.
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