Growth mechanisms of 2D organic assemblies generated from dialkylated melaminium derivatives: the length difference of the two alkyl chains that matters.

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This research is aimed to understand the growth mechanisms for self-assembly of dialkylated melamine derivatives. The dialkylated melamine derivatives with different alkyl chains (Mela-m-n) are able to self-assemble with hydrochloric acid in dichloromethane to form 2D organic assemblies, exhibiting similar lamellar structures as Mela-n·HCl with identical… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/la402622j

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@article{Xu2013GrowthMO, title={Growth mechanisms of 2D organic assemblies generated from dialkylated melaminium derivatives: the length difference of the two alkyl chains that matters.}, author={Jun Xu and Guanglu Wu and Zhiqiang Wang and Xi Zhang}, journal={Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids}, year={2013}, volume={29 34}, pages={10959-63} }