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Microfluidic SAXS Study of Lamellar and Multilamellar Vesicle Phases of Linear Sodium Alkylbenzenesulfonate Surfactant with Intrinsic Isomeric Distribution.
Despite the compositional complexity inherent to NaLAS, microfluidic SAXS can rigorously elucidate its structure and flow response, demonstrating the structural spatial heterogeneity of the system with a characteristic length scale of 50 nL.
A guide to high-efficiency chromium (III)-collagen cross-linking: Synchrotron SAXS and DSC study.
Probing multi-scale mechanical damage in connective tissues using X-ray diffraction.
Metal-organic framework glasses with permanent accessible porosity
The first glasses that are permanently and reversibly porous toward incoming gases, without post-synthetic treatment are reported, report that glasses derived from ZIF-76 parent materials possess 4 – 8 Å pores and exhibit reversible gas adsorption.
Self-assembled poly-catenanes from supramolecular toroidal building blocks
Nanoscale toroids with a high percentage of poly-catenation and radii of up to about 13 nm are kinetically organized using fibrous supramolecular assemblies with intrinsic curvature and a solvent-mixing strategy.
The modular SAXS data correction sequence for solids and dispersions
A recommended, comprehensive sequence of elementary data correction steps is presented here to alleviate the difficulties associated with data correction and provide a high degree of accuracy for both solid samples and dispersions.
Tuning the Mechanical Response of Metal-Organic Frameworks by Defect Engineering.
- Stefano Dissegna, Pia Vervoorts, G. Kieslich
- Materials ScienceJournal of the American Chemical Society
- 31 August 2018
The results demonstrate the large impact of point defects on the structural stability of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and pave the way for experiment-guided computational studies on defect engineered MOFs.
Liquid phase blending of metal-organic frameworks
It is shown that a MOF liquid can be blended with another MOF component to produce domain-structured MOF glasses with single, tailorable glass transitions.
Flux melting of metal–organic frameworks† †Electronic supplementary information (ESI) available. See DOI: 10.1039/c8sc04044c
We show flux melting by using a liquid MOF as a solvent for a secondary, non-melting MOF component.
Simultaneous SAXS and SANS Analysis for the Detection of Toroidal Supramolecular Polymers Composed of Noncovalent Supermacrocycles in Solution.
Small-angle X-ray and neutron scattering is applied to observe toroidal assemblies in solution and confirms that the toroids have a core-shell structure, with a π-conjugated core and an alkyl shell into which solvent penetrates.