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Stimuli-Responsive Supramolecular Polymers: Investigating how molecular and nano-scale organization affects macroscopic properties

S.J. Rowan
Case Western Reserve University, US

Keywords:
supramolecular polymers

Abstract:
The ability to use non-covalent interactions to assembly monomeric units into polymeric aggregates, supramolecular polymerization, opens the door to the self-assembly of controlled nanostructures as well as to materials which exhibit a range of unusual mechanical properties. Our investigations in this area have focused on two classes of supramolecular motifs (i) nucleobase interactions and (ii) metal ion/ligand coordination. This presentation will give an overview of the synthesis and subsequent characterization of a series of materials that have these supramolecular motifs attached to the chain ends of either a telechelic polymer core or a low molecular weight compound.

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