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Molecular Self-Assembly and Nanochemistry: A Chemical Strategy for the Synthesis of Nanostructures.

Author: George M Whitesides; John P Mathias; Christopher T Seto; HARVARD UNIV CAMBRIDGE MA DEPT OF CHEMISTRY.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center DEC 1991.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Molecular self assembly is the spontaneous association of molecules under equilibrium conditions into stable, structurally well-defined aggregates joined by non-covalent bonds. Molecular self-assembly is ubiquitous in biological systems, and underlies the formation of a wide variety of complex biological structures. Understanding self-assembly and the associated non- covalent interactions that connect complementary  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George M Whitesides; John P Mathias; Christopher T Seto; HARVARD UNIV CAMBRIDGE MA DEPT OF CHEMISTRY.
OCLC Number: 227775151
Description: 39 p.

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Molecular self assembly is the spontaneous association of molecules under equilibrium conditions into stable, structurally well-defined aggregates joined by non-covalent bonds. Molecular self-assembly is ubiquitous in biological systems, and underlies the formation of a wide variety of complex biological structures. Understanding self-assembly and the associated non- covalent interactions that connect complementary interacting molecular surfaces in biological aggregates is a central concern in structural biochemistry. Self- assembly is also emerging as a new strategy in chemical synthesis, with the potential of generating non-biological structures having dimensions of 1-10 2 nanometers. Structures in the upper part of this range of sizes are presently inaccessible through chemical synthesis, and the ability to prepare them would open a route to structures comparable in size (and perhaps complementary in function) to those that can be prepared by microlithography and other techniques of microfabrication.

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