Molecular Coplanarity and Self-Assembly Promoted by Intramolecular Hydrogen Bonds.
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Active conformational control is realized in a conjugated system using intramolecular hydrogen bonds to achieve tailored molecular, supramolecular, and solid-state properties. The hydrogen bonding functionalities are fused to the backbone and precisely preorganized to enforce a fully coplanar conformation of the -system, leading to short - stacking distances, controllable molecular self-assembly, and solid-state growth of one-dimensional nano-/microfibers. This investigation demonstrates the efficiency and significance of an intramolecular noncovalent approach in promoting conformational control and self-assembly of organic molecules.
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Zhu, C., Mu, A. U., Lin, Y., Guo, Z., Yuan, T., Wheeler, S. E., & Fang, L.
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Zhu, Congzhi||Mu, Anthony U||Lin, Yen-Hao||Guo, Zi-Hao||Yuan, Tianyu||Wheeler, Steven E||Fang, Lei