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A flexible and degradable paper-based strain sensor with low cost
It is a challenge to fabricate low-cost and flexible electronic devices with degradable materials. In this work, a flexible and degradable strain sensor was fabricated on paper substrate byExpand
A Water-Soluble 3D Covalent Organic Framework That Displays Enhanced Enrichment Effect of Photosensitizers and Catalysts for the Reduction of Protons to H2.
The synthesis of the first highly water-soluble 3D COF (sCOF-101) is reported from irreversible polymerization of a preorganized supramolecular organic framework through cucurbit[8]uril (CB[8])-controlled [2 + 2] photodimerization, which exhibits porosity periodicity. Expand
Delocalization of relativistic dirac particles in disordered one-dimensional systems and its implementation with cold atoms.
It is found that the relativistic particles tend to delocalization in comparison with the nonrelativistic particle with the same disorder strength, leading to the well-known result that particles are always localized in one-dimensional systems for arbitrary weak disorders to break down. Expand
Aromatic amide and hydrazide foldamer-based responsive host-guest systems.
How aromatic amide and hydrazide foldamers induced by hydrogen bonding can produce responsive host-guest systems is discussed, and it is illustrated that the reversible folding behavior of an aromatic amid foldamer segment can modulate the switching behavior of donor-acceptor interaction-based [2]rotaxanes. Expand
Three-dimensional periodic supramolecular organic framework ion sponge in water and microcrystals
It is demonstrated that the encapsulation motif, which involves the dimerization of two aromatic units within cucurbit[8]uril, can be used to direct the co-assembly of a tetratopic molecular block and cucurbits into a periodic three-dimensional supramolecular organic framework in water. Expand
Enantioselective recognition of carboxylates: a receptor derived from alpha-aminoxy acids functions as a chiral shift reagent for carboxylic acids.
A series of chiral recognition studies indicate that receptor 1 not only can bind to carboxylate ions tightly but also has a good ability to recognize enantiomers of a broad variety of carboxylic acids in the 1H NMR spectra. Expand
Gating of Quantum Interference in Molecular Junctions by Heteroatom Substitution
Investigating the conductance change when a “parent” meta‐phenylene ethylene‐type oligomer is modified to yield a ‘daughter’ by inserting one nitrogen atom into the m‐OPE core finds that if the substituted nitrogen is in a meta position relative to both acetylene linkers, the daughter conductance remains as low as the parent. Expand
A two-dimensional single-layer supramolecular organic framework that is driven by viologen radical cation dimerization and further promoted by cucurbit[8]uril
A two-dimensional supramolecular organic framework has been constructed in water from a rigid water-soluble triangular building block which is driven by the dimerization of three appended viologenExpand
Dimerization of conjugated radical cations: an emerging non-covalent interaction for self-assembly.
This Focus Review highlights the recent advance in its application as an emerging non-covalent force for the construction of various supramolecular structures. Expand