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Hierarchical Self-Assembly of Halogen-Bonded Block Copolymer Complexes into Upright Cylindrical Domains

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Hierarchical Self-Assembly of Halogen-Bonded Block Copolymer Complexes into Upright Cylindrical Domains. / Milani, Roberto; Houbenov, Nikolay; Fernandez-Palacio, Francisco; Cavallo, Gabriella; Luzio, Alessandro; Haataja, Johannes; Giancane, Gabriele; Saccone, Marco; Priimägi, Arri; Metrangolo, Pierangelo; Ikkala, Olli.

julkaisussa: CheM, Vuosikerta 2, Nro 3, 09.03.2017, s. 417-426.

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Milani, R, Houbenov, N, Fernandez-Palacio, F, Cavallo, G, Luzio, A, Haataja, J, Giancane, G, Saccone, M, Priimägi, A, Metrangolo, P & Ikkala, O 2017, 'Hierarchical Self-Assembly of Halogen-Bonded Block Copolymer Complexes into Upright Cylindrical Domains', CheM, Vuosikerta. 2, Nro 3, Sivut 417-426. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chempr.2017.02.003

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Milani, R., Houbenov, N., Fernandez-Palacio, F., Cavallo, G., Luzio, A., Haataja, J., ... Ikkala, O. (2017). Hierarchical Self-Assembly of Halogen-Bonded Block Copolymer Complexes into Upright Cylindrical Domains. CheM, 2(3), 417-426. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chempr.2017.02.003

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Milani R, Houbenov N, Fernandez-Palacio F, Cavallo G, Luzio A, Haataja J et al. Hierarchical Self-Assembly of Halogen-Bonded Block Copolymer Complexes into Upright Cylindrical Domains. CheM. 2017 maalis 9;2(3):417-426. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chempr.2017.02.003

Author

Milani, Roberto ; Houbenov, Nikolay ; Fernandez-Palacio, Francisco ; Cavallo, Gabriella ; Luzio, Alessandro ; Haataja, Johannes ; Giancane, Gabriele ; Saccone, Marco ; Priimägi, Arri ; Metrangolo, Pierangelo ; Ikkala, Olli. / Hierarchical Self-Assembly of Halogen-Bonded Block Copolymer Complexes into Upright Cylindrical Domains. Julkaisussa: CheM. 2017 ; Vuosikerta 2, Nro 3. Sivut 417-426.

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abstract = "Self-assembly of block copolymers into well-defined, ordered arrangements of chemically distinct domains is a reliable strategy for preparing tailored nanostructures. Microphase separation results from the system, minimizing repulsive interactions between dissimilar blocks and maximizing attractive interactions between similar blocks. Supramolecular methods have also achieved this separation by introducing small-molecule additives binding specifically to one block by noncovalent interactions. Here, we use halogen bonding as a supramolecular tool that directs the hierarchical self-assembly of low-molecular-weight perfluorinated molecules and diblock copolymers. Microphase separation results in a lamellar-within-cylindrical arrangement and promotes upright cylindrical alignment in films upon rapid casting and without further annealing. Such cylindrical domains with internal lamellar self-assemblies can be cleaved by solvent treatment of bulk films, resulting in separated and segmented cylindrical micelles stabilized by halogen-bond-based supramolecular crosslinks. These features, alongside the reversible nature of halogen bonding, provide a robust modular approach for nanofabrication.",
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AU - Houbenov, Nikolay

AU - Fernandez-Palacio, Francisco

AU - Cavallo, Gabriella

AU - Luzio, Alessandro

AU - Haataja, Johannes

AU - Giancane, Gabriele

AU - Saccone, Marco

AU - Priimägi, Arri

AU - Metrangolo, Pierangelo

AU - Ikkala, Olli

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N2 - Self-assembly of block copolymers into well-defined, ordered arrangements of chemically distinct domains is a reliable strategy for preparing tailored nanostructures. Microphase separation results from the system, minimizing repulsive interactions between dissimilar blocks and maximizing attractive interactions between similar blocks. Supramolecular methods have also achieved this separation by introducing small-molecule additives binding specifically to one block by noncovalent interactions. Here, we use halogen bonding as a supramolecular tool that directs the hierarchical self-assembly of low-molecular-weight perfluorinated molecules and diblock copolymers. Microphase separation results in a lamellar-within-cylindrical arrangement and promotes upright cylindrical alignment in films upon rapid casting and without further annealing. Such cylindrical domains with internal lamellar self-assemblies can be cleaved by solvent treatment of bulk films, resulting in separated and segmented cylindrical micelles stabilized by halogen-bond-based supramolecular crosslinks. These features, alongside the reversible nature of halogen bonding, provide a robust modular approach for nanofabrication.

AB - Self-assembly of block copolymers into well-defined, ordered arrangements of chemically distinct domains is a reliable strategy for preparing tailored nanostructures. Microphase separation results from the system, minimizing repulsive interactions between dissimilar blocks and maximizing attractive interactions between similar blocks. Supramolecular methods have also achieved this separation by introducing small-molecule additives binding specifically to one block by noncovalent interactions. Here, we use halogen bonding as a supramolecular tool that directs the hierarchical self-assembly of low-molecular-weight perfluorinated molecules and diblock copolymers. Microphase separation results in a lamellar-within-cylindrical arrangement and promotes upright cylindrical alignment in films upon rapid casting and without further annealing. Such cylindrical domains with internal lamellar self-assemblies can be cleaved by solvent treatment of bulk films, resulting in separated and segmented cylindrical micelles stabilized by halogen-bond-based supramolecular crosslinks. These features, alongside the reversible nature of halogen bonding, provide a robust modular approach for nanofabrication.

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KW - hierarchical self-assembly

KW - nanofabrication

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