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1.Reversible polymers formed by self-assembly of low molecular weight compounds

A reversible polymer (or supramolecular polymer) is defined as a mono-dimensional array of a large number of repeat units held together by reversible (non-covalent) interactions.
Unlike (...)

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2.Supramolecular catalysis

The performance (activity, selectivity, stability) of classical homogeneous catalysts is difficult to modulate since these catalysts possess a covalent backbone. Supramolecular polymers, such as (...)

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3.(Co-)polymer self-assemblies

Polymer functionalization by hydrogen bonding stickers can improve their bulk properties.
For instance, grafting bis-ureas on poly(isobutene) led to a material (PIBUT) with remarkable adhesive (...)

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5.Self-organized semi-conductors for organic electronics

Nanostructured semiconductor materials - CONTEXT
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6.Organic emmisive materials based on TADF

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