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Lyotropic Lamellar Phase Formed from Monolayered θ-Shaped Carborane-Cage Amphiphiles

Lyotropic Lamellar Phase Formed from Monolayered θ-Shaped Carborane-Cage Amphiphiles

Scientific Highlights Cover, Bioactive materials for therapy and diagnosis 10 December 2013 9134 hits jags

Brusselle, D., Bauduin, P., Girard, L., Zaulet, A., Viñas, C., Teixidor, F., Ly, I. and Diat, O. (2013), Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 52: 12114–12118. 

DOI: 10.1002/anie.201307357

B in phase: Lyotropic lamellar phases can not only be formed from alkyl-chain-based surfactants with a well-defined amphiphilic structure, now they can be obtained from metallacarborane clusters, described as θ-shaped amphiphiles. The lamellae formed are unique as they have a monomolecular thickness.

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