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Fibrillar Networks as Advanced Materials (Macromolecular Symposia)

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Published by Wiley-VCH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chemistry,
  • Technology,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Engineering - Chemical & Biochemical,
  • Technology / Engineering / Chemical & Biochemical

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    ContributionsJean Michel Guenet (Editor), Arun Khumar Nandi (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9052845M
    ISBN 103527317481
    ISBN 109783527317486

    Surfactant-based lyotropic liquid crystal gels (LLCGs) are soft materials which combine the anisotropic order of a surfactant-based lyotropic liquid crystal with the mechanical stability of a gel. The most prominent example of a “natural“ LLCG is the biological cell. This review summarizes potential applicat Journal of Materials Chemistry C Recent Review Articles. The book covers the most important soft functional materials, including small molecule physical gels, silkworm silk and spider silk fibers and functional fibers, with respect both to the.

    As one of the most important classes of soft materials, supramolecular materials are of a mixture of networks of molecular chains/fibrils and a liquid. These self-assembled fibrous/ molecular architectures exhibit various functionalities, ie. superhydrophobicity or superior mechanical strength, etc. and consist of the controllable structures. They can be functioned via micro/nano engineering. A peptide conjugated perylene bisimide based amphiphile (PBI-DY) undergoes soluble fibrillar network self-assembly in phosphate buffer and this peptide acceptor interacts well with a polythiophene based cationic polymer (CPT-I), as evident from optical, electrical and morphological investigations. UV-vis spe.

    Get this from a library! Soft fibrillar materials: fabrication and applications. [X Y Liu; Jing-Liang Li;] -- As one of the most important classes of soft materials, supramolecular materials are of a mixture of networks of molecular chains/fibrils and a liquid. These self-assembled fibrous/ molecular. Get this from a library! Soft Fibrillar Materials: Fabrication and Applications.. [Jing Liang Li; X Y Liu] -- The book covers the most important soft functional materials, including small molecule physical gels, polymer gels, and functional fibers, with respect both to the fundamentals and to development and.


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Fibrillar networks, materials belonging to the realm of finely-divided matter, can be obtained through two different systems: from polymer solutions giving rise to thermo reversible gels, on the one hand, and from organic molecules solutions, that self-assemble and produce organogels, on the other hand.

this symposium was aimed at brining together organic chemists. As one of the most important classes of soft materials, supramolecular materials are of a mixture of networks of molecular chains/fibrils and a liquid. These self-assembled fibrous/ molecular architectures exhibit various functionalities, ie.

superhydrophobicity or superior mechanical strength, etc. and consist of the controllable structures. Molecular gels and fibrillar networks – a comprehensive guide to experiment and theory Molecular Gels: Materials with Self-Assembled Fibrillar Networks provides a comprehensive treatise on gelators, especially low molecular-mass gelators (LMOGs), and the properties of their gels.

Engineered fFn networks support the formation of multicellular cancer structures cells from plural effusions of cancer patients. With further work, engineered fFn networks can have a transformative impact on fundamental cell studies, precision medicine, Cited by: 5.

This book provides a physics-oriented introduction to organogels with a comparison to polymer thermoreversible gels whenever relevant. The past decade has seen the development of a wide variety of newly-synthesized molecules that can spontaneously self-assemble or crystallize from their organic or aqueous solutions to produce fibrillar networks, namely organogels, with potential applications.

Advanced Materials. Vol Issue Communication. Engineered Fibrillar Fibronectin Networks as Three‐Dimensional Tissue Scaffolds.

networks of fibrillar fibronectin (fFn) supported by tessellated polymer scaffolds is reported. Hydrodynamically induced Fn fibrillogenesis at the three‐phase contact line between air, an Fn solution.

Biology provides us with a unique set of self-assembled fibrillar networks in the form of amyloid fibrils, derived from the self-assembly of a number of peptides or misfolded proteins. These, in turn, are associated with a number of diseases such as Alzheimer's, Creutzfeldt−Jakob disease (CJD), and type II diabetes.

Recently, generating such supramolecular peptidic structures in vitro has. Herein is the first report of solvent induced anisotropy in hydroxystearic acid self-assembled fibrillar networks. Increasing the chain length of polar solvent, such as nitriles and ketones, tailored the anisotropy of the fibrillar aggregates.

12HSA molecular gels, comprised of alkanes, exhibited an isotropic fibrillar network irrespective of the alkane chain length. A bioinspired fibrillar adhesive surface that is liquid‐superrepellent even toward ultralow‐surface‐tension liquids while retaining its adhesive properties is proposed herein.

This surface combines the effective adhesion principle of mushroom‐shaped fibrillar arrays with liquid repellency based on double re‐entrant fibril tip geometry. The book is divided into three parts; Part One focuses on mechanical aspects, dealing with conventional material properties: strength, toughness, hardness, wear resistance, impact resistance, self-healing, adhesion, and adaptation and morphing.

Part Two. Ointments have been widely used as an efficient means of transdermal drug application for centuries. In order to create ointments suitable for various new medicinal drugs, the creation of ointment base materials, such as gels, has attracted much research attention in this decade.

On the other hand, the chemical tuning of low-molecular-weight gelators (LMWGs) has been increasingly studied for. The architecture of three-dimensional interconnecting self-organized nanofiber networks from separate needlelike crystals of L-DHL (lanosta-8,dien-3β-ol,dihydrolanosterol = ) in di-isooctylphthalate has been achieved for the first time, on the basis of the completely new concept of branching creation by additives (branching promoters).

[In this work, an additive, ethylene/vinyl. SEM, UV-vis, FT-IR, CAT (contact angle text), XRD, and theoretical calculations were used to explain the properties, morphology, driving force, and molecular packing models of the gels. Sito self-assembled into different fibrillar networks via heat–cool and ultrasound methods.

Then, we demonstrated that hydrogen bonding plays a major role in. 1. Introduction. Interest in “self-assembled fibrillar networks” (SAFINs) extends beyond food and pharmaceutical research. Many SAFINs are present in nature and include materials such as fibrous actin (Greer, ), clathrin (Kirchhausen, ), tubulin (Oakley & Akkari, ), keratin (Fuchs, ), insulin (Waugh, ), collagen (Caria, Bixio, Kostyuk, & Ruggiero, ), silk (Jin.

Fibrillar networks, materials belonging to the realm of finely-divided matter, can be obtained through two different systems: from polymer solutions giving rise to thermo-reversible gels, on the one hand, and from organic molecules solutions, that self-assemble and produce organogels, on the other hand.

Even as late asPierre-Gilles de Gennes did not specifically mention in his Nobel Lecture that gels with fibrillar networks are a part of the great panoply of “soft matter”, although clearly they are. At that time, relatively few examples of gels with molecule-based fibrillar networks were known, and fewer had been investigated.

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Fibrillar Networks as Advanced Materials Article in Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics (1) January with 5 Reads How we measure 'reads'. This network ‘de-structuring’ also resulted in a reduced functional interaction between the fibrillar network and the proteoglycans.

The study provides new insights into the role of the fibrillar network and how changes in the network arising from the degenerative cascade will influence tissue level behaviour.

The architecture of a biocompatible organogel formed by gelation of a small molecule organic gelator, N-lauroyl-l-glutamic acid di-n-butylamide, in isostearyl alcohol was investigated based on a supersaturation-driven crystallographic mismatch branching mechanism.

By controlling the supersaturation of the system, the correlation length that determines the mesh size of the fiber network. Soft Functional Materials Induced by Fibrillar Networks of Small Molecular Photochromic Gelators†.

Langmuir25 (15), DOI: /lau. Gui-Tao Wang, Jian-Bin Lin, Xi-Kui Jiang and Zhan-Ting Li.Novel bone-mimetic nHA/Col porous scaffolds were prepared by biomimetic mineralization of NBG/Col hybrid porous scaffold. • The presence of NBG in collagen fibrillar network enabled growth of nHA and generation of novel bone-mimetic hybrid structures.High face-on ratio isoindigo copolymers with extended nano-fibrillar networks in fullerene-based thick (> nm) photovoltaics achieving a high efficiency of %† Song-Fu Liao, ab Chun-Fu Lu, b Adane Desta Fenta, a Chin-Ti Chen, * a Chi-Yang Chao * b and Wei-Fang Su b.