Hierarchic patterning: architectures beyond 'giant molecular wheels'

Müller A, Diemann E, Kuhlmann C, Eimer W, Serain C, Tak T, Knochel A, Pranzas PK (2001)
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS (19): 1928-1929.

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Based on symmetry breaking steps under one-pot conditions, simple molybdenum oxide-based building blocks initially assemble to 'giant molecular wheels' in a fast process followed by further slower assembly processes leading stepwise to more complex mesoscopic architectures including spherical ones and finally to those with a size larger than 500 nm.
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Müller A, Diemann E, Kuhlmann C, et al. Hierarchic patterning: architectures beyond 'giant molecular wheels'. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 2001;(19):1928-1929.
Müller, A., Diemann, E., Kuhlmann, C., Eimer, W., Serain, C., Tak, T., Knochel, A., et al. (2001). Hierarchic patterning: architectures beyond 'giant molecular wheels'. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS(19), 1928-1929. doi:10.1039/b103639b
Müller, A., Diemann, E., Kuhlmann, C., Eimer, W., Serain, C., Tak, T., Knochel, A., and Pranzas, P. K. (2001). Hierarchic patterning: architectures beyond 'giant molecular wheels'. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 1928-1929.
Müller, A., et al., 2001. Hierarchic patterning: architectures beyond 'giant molecular wheels'. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, (19), p 1928-1929.
A. Müller, et al., “Hierarchic patterning: architectures beyond 'giant molecular wheels'”, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 2001, pp. 1928-1929.
Müller, A., Diemann, E., Kuhlmann, C., Eimer, W., Serain, C., Tak, T., Knochel, A., Pranzas, P.K.: Hierarchic patterning: architectures beyond 'giant molecular wheels'. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 1928-1929 (2001).
Müller, Achim, Diemann, Ekkehard, Kuhlmann, Christoph, Eimer, W, Serain, C, Tak, T, Knochel, A, and Pranzas, PK. “Hierarchic patterning: architectures beyond 'giant molecular wheels'”. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 19 (2001): 1928-1929.
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