Reversible heat-set organogel based on supramolecular interactions of beta-cyclodextrin in N,N-dimethylformamide.
The first reversible, heat-set organogel based on the supramolecular interactions of beta-cyclodextrin (beta-CD) is described, which may provide new avenues in delivery of functional molecules as well as design of intelligent materials and biomaterials.
Self-assemblies of cyclodextrin derivatives modified by ferrocene with multiple stimulus responsiveness.
Two novel cyclodextrin derivatives were synthesized that could self-assemble into a supramolecular polymer and gel in different solvent environments and could respond to various external stimuli efficiently.
Redox-responsive vesicles prepared from supramolecular cyclodextrin amphiphiles.
Multi-responsive cyclodextrin vesicles assembled by ‘supramolecular bola-amphiphiles’
Multi-responsive cyclodextrin vesicles (CDVs) self-assembled by ‘supramolecular bola-amphiphiles’, consisting of a guest (N,N′-bis(ferrocenylmethylene)-diaminohexane, 1) and a host…
A controllable etching supramolecular hydrogel based on metal ions.
We report an interesting gel-etching system in which a gel can be etched with corresponding etching rates and color changes when different types of etching molecules are added to the gel. This gel…
Controllable vesicles based on unconventional cyclodextrin inclusion complexes.
Successively-responsive drug-carrier vesicles assembled by 'supramolecular amphiphiles'.
Oxidizing-responsive vesicles made from “tadpole-like supramolecular amphiphiles” based on inclusion complexes between driving molecules and β-cyclodextrin
Highly Efficient Recovery of Oils in Water via Serine-Based Organogelators.
Gelators exhibit the potential to be applied in an effective treatment of oil-containing water produced from frequent marine oil spills and further studies on the variation of serine-based gelators demonstrate a considerable structure-property relationship between oil gelation performance and the molecular structure.