A dual-responsive supra-amphiphilic polypseudorotaxane constructed from a water-soluble pillar[7]arene and an azobenzene-containing random copolymer.

@article{Chi2015ADS,
  title={A dual-responsive supra-amphiphilic polypseudorotaxane constructed from a water-soluble pillar[7]arene and an azobenzene-containing random copolymer.},
  author={Xiaodong Chi and Xiaofan Ji and Danyu Xia and Feihe Huang},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={137 4},
  pages={1440-3}
}
Macromolecular supra-amphiphiles refer to a kind of macromolecular amphiphiles whose hydrophlic and hydrophobic parts are connected by noncovalent forces. They have applications in various fields, such as drug delivery, sensor systems, and biomedical materials. Here we report a novel molecular recognition motif between a new thermoresponsive water-soluble pillar[7]arene (WP7) and an azobenzene derivative. Furthermore, we utilized this recognition motif to construct the first pillararene-based… CONTINUE READING
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