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Supramolecular hierarchy among halogen and hydrogen bond donors in light-induced surface patterning

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Supramolecular hierarchy among halogen and hydrogen bond donors in light-induced surface patterning. / Saccone, Marco; Dichiarante, Valentina; Forni, Alessandra; Goulet-Hanssens, Alexis; Cavallo, Gabriella; Vapaavuori, Jaana; Terraneo, Giancarlo; Barrett, Christopher J.; Resnati, Giuseppe; Metrangolo, Pierangelo; Priimägi, Arri.

julkaisussa: Journal of Materials Chemistry C, Vuosikerta 3, 28.01.2015, s. 759-768.

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Harvard

Saccone, M, Dichiarante, V, Forni, A, Goulet-Hanssens, A, Cavallo, G, Vapaavuori, J, Terraneo, G, Barrett, CJ, Resnati, G, Metrangolo, P & Priimägi, A 2015, 'Supramolecular hierarchy among halogen and hydrogen bond donors in light-induced surface patterning', Journal of Materials Chemistry C, Vuosikerta. 3, Sivut 759-768. https://doi.org/10.1039/c4tc02315c

APA

Saccone, M., Dichiarante, V., Forni, A., Goulet-Hanssens, A., Cavallo, G., Vapaavuori, J., ... Priimägi, A. (2015). Supramolecular hierarchy among halogen and hydrogen bond donors in light-induced surface patterning. Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 3, 759-768. https://doi.org/10.1039/c4tc02315c

Vancouver

Saccone M, Dichiarante V, Forni A, Goulet-Hanssens A, Cavallo G, Vapaavuori J et al. Supramolecular hierarchy among halogen and hydrogen bond donors in light-induced surface patterning. Journal of Materials Chemistry C. 2015 tammi 28;3:759-768. https://doi.org/10.1039/c4tc02315c

Author

Saccone, Marco ; Dichiarante, Valentina ; Forni, Alessandra ; Goulet-Hanssens, Alexis ; Cavallo, Gabriella ; Vapaavuori, Jaana ; Terraneo, Giancarlo ; Barrett, Christopher J. ; Resnati, Giuseppe ; Metrangolo, Pierangelo ; Priimägi, Arri. / Supramolecular hierarchy among halogen and hydrogen bond donors in light-induced surface patterning. Julkaisussa: Journal of Materials Chemistry C. 2015 ; Vuosikerta 3. Sivut 759-768.

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abstract = "Halogen bonding, a noncovalent interaction possessing several unique features compared to the more familiar hydrogen bonding, is emerging as a powerful tool in functional materials design. Herein, we unambiguously show that one of these characteristic features, namely high directionality, renders halogen bonding the interaction of choice when developing azobenzene-containing supramolecular polymers for light-induced surface patterning. The study is conducted by using an extensive library of azobenzene molecules that differ only in terms of the bond-donor unit. We introduce a new tetrafluorophenol-containing azobenzene photoswitch capable of forming strong hydrogen bonds, and show that an iodoethynyl-containing azobenzene comes out on top of the supramolecular hierarchy to provide unprecedented photoinduced surface patterning efficiency. Specifically, the iodoethynyl motif seems highly promising in future development of polymeric optical and photoactive materials driven by halogen bonding.",
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AU - Dichiarante, Valentina

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AU - Goulet-Hanssens, Alexis

AU - Cavallo, Gabriella

AU - Vapaavuori, Jaana

AU - Terraneo, Giancarlo

AU - Barrett, Christopher J.

AU - Resnati, Giuseppe

AU - Metrangolo, Pierangelo

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