Artificial biomineralisation and metallic soaps

@inproceedings{Corkery1998ArtificialBA,
  title={Artificial biomineralisation and metallic soaps},
  author={Robert W Corkery},
  year={1998}
}
In this thesis, geometry is used as a basis for conducting experiments aimed at growing and arranging inorganic minerals on curved interfaces. Mineralisation is directed using crystalline and liquid-crystalline metallic soaps and surfactant/water systems as templates. A review of the history, syntheses, structure and liquid crystallinity of metallic soaps and other amphiphiles is presented as a foundation to understanding the interfacial architectures in mesostructured template systems in… CONTINUE READING

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