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Bile Acid Derived Adaptive Dendrons And Anion Receptors
Chapter 1. Bile acid derived adaptive dendrons Bile acids are naturally occurring rigid, chiral molecules with unique facial amphiphilicity making it an attractive build block for designing supramolecular systems. ...
Bile Acid based Supramolecular Gels, Soft Hybrid Materials and their Applications
Chapter 1. Supramolecular Gels and their Applications Supramolecular gels are viscoelastic materials composed of a solid like three dimensional fibrillary network that is embedded in a liquid. Supramolecular gels are derived ...
Synthesis, Physicochemical Studies And Gelation Properties Of Novel Bile Acid Derivatives
Chapter 1. An Overview of Bile Acid Science This chapter deals with an overview of bile acid science (cholanology) compiling elevant literature review, covering bile acid chemistry, biosynthesis, bile salt evolution, ...
Supramolecular Gels : Organogels, Aerogels And Tunable, Multi-color, Luminescent Hydrogels
Chapter 1: Supramolecular gels and their applications Gels are viscoelastic materials composed of a solid-like three dimensional fibrillar network that is embedded in a liquid. Supramolecular gels belong to a class of ...
Design And Synthesis Of Bile Acid Derived Oligomers And Study Of Their Aggregation And Potential Applications
Chapter 1: Amphiphilic self-assembled systems as nanocarriers Nanocarriers are the nanometric size molecular assemblies that are used for the transport of small molecules into their non-solvating environments. These ...