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Molecular Gels: Materials with Self-Assembled Fibrillar Networks
Introduction.- Theory: Theory Of Molecular Association And Thermoreversible Gelation: Thermodynamic theory of network-forming liquid mixtures. Some important examples of non-gelling associatingExpand
A Small-Angle Scattering Study of Cellulose Whiskers in Aqueous Suspensions
Fillers with dimensions in the nanometer range are important components of nanocomposites materials. A crucial point for the modeling of the resulting mechanical properties is to determine theirExpand
Rheological Properties and Structural Correlations in Molecular Organogels
Organogels of 12-hydroxystearic acid (HSA) have been investigated to emphasize solvent-dependent relationships between rheological properties and nanostructures in this class of physical gels.Expand
Rodlike Cellulose Whiskers Coated with Surfactant: A Small-Angle Neutron Scattering Characterization
Apolar organic suspensions of rodlike cellulose whiskers modified by a surfactant are investigated by small angle neutron scattering. Guinier and Porod analyses are performed to characterize theExpand
Thickness transition of a rigid supramolecular polymer.
A low molecular weight bisurea in nonpolar solvents is shown to self-assemble by hydrogen bonding into two distinct high molecular weight structures, showing that it is highly cooperative. Expand
Metallo-supramolecular gels based on a multitopic cyclam bis-terpyridine platform.
The preparation and characterization of metallo-supramolecular gels based on a multitopic cyclam bis-terpyridine platform (CHTT) that are representative of a second generation of molecular gels exhibiting "intelligent" properties are reported. Expand