Orthogonal self-assembly of low molecular weight hydrogelators and surfactants.

@article{Heeres2003OrthogonalSO,
  title={Orthogonal self-assembly of low molecular weight hydrogelators and surfactants.},
  author={Andr{\'e} Heeres and Cornelia van der Pol and M. A. Cohen Stuart and Arianna Friggeri and Ben L Feringa and Jan van Esch},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2003},
  volume={125 47},
  pages={
          14252-3
        }
}
The concurrent self-assembly of new 1,3,5-trisamide-cyclohexane-based low molecular weight hydrogelators and various surfactants in water leads to the formation of self-assembled fibrillar networks with encapsulated micelles. This prototype system presents an example of orthogonal self-assembly, that is, the independent formation of two different supramolecular structures, each with their own characteristics that coexist within a single system. 
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