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An "Ingredients" Approach to Functional Self-Synthesizing Materials: A Metal-Ion-Selective, Multi-Responsive, Self-Assembled Hydrogel

Li, J., Cvrtila, I., Colomb-Delsuc, M., Otten, E. & Otto, S., 24-Nov-2014, In : Chemistry. 20, 48, p. 15709-15714 6 p.

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Li, J., Cvrtila, I., Colomb-Delsuc, M., Otten, E., & Otto, S. (2014). An "Ingredients" Approach to Functional Self-Synthesizing Materials: A Metal-Ion-Selective, Multi-Responsive, Self-Assembled Hydrogel. Chemistry, 20(48), 15709-15714. https://doi.org/10.1002/chem.201404977

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Li, Jianwei ; Cvrtila, Ivica ; Colomb-Delsuc, Mathieu ; Otten, Edwin ; Otto, Sijbren. / An "Ingredients" Approach to Functional Self-Synthesizing Materials : A Metal-Ion-Selective, Multi-Responsive, Self-Assembled Hydrogel. In: Chemistry. 2014 ; Vol. 20, No. 48. pp. 15709-15714.

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Li, J, Cvrtila, I, Colomb-Delsuc, M, Otten, E & Otto, S 2014, 'An "Ingredients" Approach to Functional Self-Synthesizing Materials: A Metal-Ion-Selective, Multi-Responsive, Self-Assembled Hydrogel', Chemistry, vol. 20, no. 48, pp. 15709-15714. https://doi.org/10.1002/chem.201404977

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An "Ingredients" Approach to Functional Self-Synthesizing Materials : A Metal-Ion-Selective, Multi-Responsive, Self-Assembled Hydrogel. / Li, Jianwei; Cvrtila, Ivica; Colomb-Delsuc, Mathieu; Otten, Edwin; Otto, Sijbren.

In: Chemistry, Vol. 20, No. 48, 24.11.2014, p. 15709-15714.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

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Li J, Cvrtila I, Colomb-Delsuc M, Otten E, Otto S. An "Ingredients" Approach to Functional Self-Synthesizing Materials: A Metal-Ion-Selective, Multi-Responsive, Self-Assembled Hydrogel. Chemistry. 2014 Nov 24;20(48):15709-15714. https://doi.org/10.1002/chem.201404977


BibTeX

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abstract = "New methodology for making novel materials is highly desirable. Here, an {"}ingredients{"} approach to functional self-assembled hydrogels was developed. By designing a building block to contain the right ingredients, a multi-responsive, self-assembled hydrogel was obtained through a process of template-induced self-synthesis in a dynamic combinatorial library. The system can be switched between gel and solution by light, redox reactions, pH, temperature, mechanical energy and sequestration or addition of MgII salt.",
keywords = "combinatorial chemistry, gels, responsive hydrogels, self-healing hydrogels, self-assembly, supramolecular chemistry, DYNAMIC COMBINATORIAL LIBRARIES, HOST-GUEST INTERACTIONS, SUPRAMOLECULAR GELS, SYNTHETIC RECEPTOR, ADAPTIVE CHEMISTRY, COVALENT CHEMISTRY, PI-STACKING, WATER, AZOBENZENE, LIGHT",
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