Hydrogen bonding between urea groups of amphiphilic tri-block copolymers considerably affects their self-assembly in water, which results in a strong modification of morphology and viscosity of aqueous solutions; the hydrogen bonding motif in these amphiphilic copolymers allows molecular recognition of small molecules with complementary hydrogen bonding units.
|Number of pages||3|
|Journal||Chemical Communications, ChemComm|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
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Heiner Friedrich (Manager), Rick Joosten (Education/research officer), Pauline Schmit (Education/research officer), Ingeborg Schreur - Piet (Other) & Anne Spoelstra (Education/research officer)Physical Chemistry
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