Abstract: This lecture will illustrate concepts of making materials,
which mimic the structure and function of the biological materials
through programmed self-assembly of small molecules and their
applications in functional materials. The self-assembly mechanism that
forms the supramolecular aggregates involves non-covalent interactions
such as hydrogen bonds, electrostatic and hydrophobic interactions.
Diverse functional groups were incorporated into nanostructures, for
example bioactive peptide sequences and metal chelating groups as well
as hydrophobic motifs that include alkyl chains, steroid rings, and
aromatic systems. The potential impact of these nanostructures on
functional materials will be discussed.
- Analitik Kimya
- Anorganik Kimya
- Hesapsal Kimya
- Organik Kimya
- Polimer Kimyasi ve Malzeme Bilimi