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Self-assembly of organic-inorganic hybrid amphiphilic surfactants with large polyoxometalates as polar head groups.
Mn-Anderson-C6 and Mn-Anderson-C16, A type of inorganic-organic hybrid molecules containing a large anionic polyoxometalate (POM) cluster and two C6 and C16 alkyl chains, respectively, demonstrateExpand
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The outer membrane usher forms a twin-pore secretion complex.
The PapC usher is an outer membrane protein required for assembly and secretion of P pili in uropathogenic Escherichia coli. P pilus biogenesis occurs by the chaperone/usher pathway, a terminalExpand
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A double-tailed fluorescent surfactant with a hexavanadate cluster as the head group.
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Mediator-template assembly of nanoparticles.
The ability to construct size- and shape-controllable architectures using nanoparticles as building blocks is essential for the exploration of nanoparticle-structured properties. This paper reportsExpand
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Supramolecular structures of polyoxomolybdate-based giant molecules in aqueous solution.
A combination of static and dynamic laser light-scattering techniques was employed to study the supramolecular structures of polyoxomolybdate-based giant molecules in aqueous solution. ConvincingExpand
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Self-assembly of polyoxometalate macroanion-capped pd0 nanoparticles in aqueous solution.
The self-assembly behavior of polyoxometalate (POM) macroanion-capped 3-nm-radius Pd (0) nanoparticles in aqueous solution is reported. Pd(0) nanoparticles are synthesized from reducing K(2)PdCl(4)Expand
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Solution behaviors and self-assembly of polyoxometalates as models of macroions and amphiphilic polyoxometalate-organic hybrids as novel surfactants.
Large, hydrophilic polyoxoanions with high solubility in water and/or other polar solvents demonstrate unique solution behavior by self-assembling into single layer, hollow, spherical "blackberry"Expand
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A complete macroion-"blackberry" assembly-macroion transition with continuously adjustable assembly sizes in {Mo132} water/acetone systems.
A complete, continuous transition from discrete macroions to blackberry structures, and then back to discrete macroions, is reported for the first time in the system of {Mo132}/water/acetone, withExpand
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Hydrophilic macroionic solutions: what happens when soluble ions reach the size of nanometer scale?
  • T. Liu
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and…
  • 15 June 2010
Large, hydrophilic inorganic ions (mostly polyoxometalate macroions and cationic metal-organic hybrid nanocages) with high solubility in water and/or other polar solvents demonstrate unique solutionExpand
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