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Bringing New Chemistry to Guanosine Hydrogels
Molecular self-assembly is a powerful method to construct functional materials such as supramolecular hydrogels. Hydrogels contain mostly water but show solid-like rheology. Nucleosides and nucleotides contain rich recognition ...
INVESTIGATION OF SOLID-STATE SELF-ASSEMBLY OF ONE- AND MULTI- COMPONENT SUGAR POLYOLEFIN CONJUGATES AND MECHANISMS FOR FRANK-KASPER MESOPHASE TRANSITIONS
The self-assembly of molecules provides the basis of life and has become ubiquitous for the development of nanostructured materials. Nanostructured materials have long reaching impacts for the furtherment of science, as ...
Magnetism and superconductivity in topotactically modified transition metal chalcogenides
Inspired by the structure of the simplest iron-based chalcogenide superconductor, FeSe, the class of tetrahedral transition metal chalcogenides (TTMCs) exhibit interesting chemical and physical properties due to its ...
REACTION MECHANISMS AND INTERFACE CHARACTERISTICS OF ELECTRODE AND ELECTROLYTE MATERIALS FOR MAGNESIUM BATTERIES
Rechargeable magnesium (Mg) batteries are an emerging electrical energy storage technology proposed as an alternative to current Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries. Mg batteries have the potential to provide more energy than ...
ELECTROCHEMISTRY OF PRECISION NANOSTRUCTURES FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE ENERGY STORAGE DEVICES
With the increase in the demand for high performing energy storage devices, the energy storage community has explored ways to improve Li-ion battery chemistry. Previous research has demonstrated that nanostructuring of ...