Aggregation of metallo-supramolecular architectures by metallo-assembled hydrogen bonding sites

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Aggregation of metallo-supramolecular architectures by metallo-assembled hydrogen bonding sites. / Lavalette, A; Tuna, F; Hamblin, J; Jackson, A; Clarkson, G; Alcock, NW; Hannon, Michael.

In: Chemical Communications, 01.01.2003, p. 2666-2667.

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Lavalette, A, Tuna, F, Hamblin, J, Jackson, A, Clarkson, G, Alcock, NW & Hannon, M 2003, 'Aggregation of metallo-supramolecular architectures by metallo-assembled hydrogen bonding sites', Chemical Communications, pp. 2666-2667.

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Lavalette, A., Tuna, F., Hamblin, J., Jackson, A., Clarkson, G., Alcock, NW., & Hannon, M. (2003). Aggregation of metallo-supramolecular architectures by metallo-assembled hydrogen bonding sites. Chemical Communications, 2666-2667.

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Lavalette A, Tuna F, Hamblin J, Jackson A, Clarkson G, Alcock NW et al. Aggregation of metallo-supramolecular architectures by metallo-assembled hydrogen bonding sites. Chemical Communications. 2003 Jan 1;2666-2667.

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Lavalette, A ; Tuna, F ; Hamblin, J ; Jackson, A ; Clarkson, G ; Alcock, NW ; Hannon, Michael. / Aggregation of metallo-supramolecular architectures by metallo-assembled hydrogen bonding sites. In: Chemical Communications. 2003 ; pp. 2666-2667.

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title = "Aggregation of metallo-supramolecular architectures by metallo-assembled hydrogen bonding sites",
abstract = "Metal-ligand interactions are used not only to design metallo-supramolecular architectures but also to assemble multiple hydrogen bond sites at the periphery of these architectures. The hydrogen bond sites aggregate the architectures into polymeric arrays with the selection of anion determining whether this is self H-bond aggregation or anion-mediated H-bond aggregation.",
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AU - Hannon, Michael

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N2 - Metal-ligand interactions are used not only to design metallo-supramolecular architectures but also to assemble multiple hydrogen bond sites at the periphery of these architectures. The hydrogen bond sites aggregate the architectures into polymeric arrays with the selection of anion determining whether this is self H-bond aggregation or anion-mediated H-bond aggregation.

AB - Metal-ligand interactions are used not only to design metallo-supramolecular architectures but also to assemble multiple hydrogen bond sites at the periphery of these architectures. The hydrogen bond sites aggregate the architectures into polymeric arrays with the selection of anion determining whether this is self H-bond aggregation or anion-mediated H-bond aggregation.

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