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Title: Coordination polymer gels: soft metal-organic supramolecular materials and versatile applications
Authors: Sutar, Papri
Maji, Tapas Kumar
Keywords: Chemistry
Molecular-Mass Gelators
Biomedical Applications
Regenerative Medicine
Organogel Formation
Tunable Emission
Phase-Transition
Anionic Mof
Pi-Pi
Metallogels
Complexes
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Citation: Sutar, P.; Maji, T. K., Coordination polymer gels: soft metal-organic supramolecular materials and versatile applications. Chemical Communications 2016, 52 (52), 8055-8074 http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c6cc01955b
Chemical Communications
52
52
Abstract: In recent times, significant attention has been paid to the development of functional coordination polymer gels (CPGs) from rationally designed low molecular weight gelators (LMWGs) and metal ions. Coordination of metal ions to LMWGs provides an opportunity to emulate metal based redox, optical, electronic and magnetic properties in soft CPG materials. The metal-LMWG interactions allow controlled growth of CPGs with different nanostructures such as fibers, tubes, rings, ribbons and vesicles. Furthermore, the nanoscale periodicity of metal ions and LWMGs in CPGs is of paramount importance for different optoelectronic applications. The easy processability and dynamic nature of CPGs are explored for application in diverse fields, including drug-delivery, gas storage, optoelectronics, chemo-sensing, self-healing, etc. Also, by taking advantage of dynamic metal-ligand coordination bonds various stimuli-responsive multifunctional CPGs are developed. In this feature article, we cover important examples of newly developed CPGs, which show potential applications in different fields.
Description: Restricted Access
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10572/2151
ISSN: 1359-7345
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