Designing Charge-Assisted Hydrogen Bonded Supramolecular Gelators View Full Text


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2015-01-06

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Parthasarathi Dastidar , Uttam Kumar Das , Tapas Kumar Adalder , Joydeb Majumder , Rajdip Roy

ABSTRACT

Immobilization of solvent(s) by a small amount of solute(s) resulting in a gel is a supramolecular phenomenon. Small molecular compounds (MW < 3,000) capable of displaying such supramolecular properties are known as low molecular weight gelators (LMWGs). Self-assembly of LMWGs driven by strong and directional hydrogen bonding interactions generates 1D fibrous aggregates that entangle to form self-assembled fibrillar networks (SAFiNs) within which the solvent molecules are immobilized (gel formation) due to surface tension or capillary force actions. Research on LMWGs has witnessed an exponential growth in recent years because of the wide range of applications that these materials offer. However, designing LMWGs is a daunting task as precise molecular level information on gelation is still not available and as a consequence, most of the gelators are discovered serendipitously and subsequent design of the next generation of gelators is based on modifying the serendipitously obtained parent gelator molecules. This chapter focuses on the designing aspects and applications of LMWGs derived from various hydrogen-bond-capable molecules. It particularly covers the development of organic salt-based gelators that are designed by following supramolecular synthon approach in the context of crystal engineering-based structure–property correlation. More... »

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101-131

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