Hedgehog-shaped {Mo-368} cluster: unique electronic/structural properties, surfactant encapsulation and related self-assembly into vesicles and films

Garai S, Merca A, Bhowmik S, El Moll H, Li H, Haso F, Nogueira H, Liu T, Wu L, Gouzerh P, Müller A (2015)
Soft Matter 11(12): 2372-2378.

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The hedgehog-shaped {Mo-368} cluster shows unique electronic (extremely high extinction coefficient) and structural features, especially regarding its size, the high number of delocalized electrons which allows to measure the surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) spectrum and the option for coordination chemistry inside the cavity. Its relative instability in aqueous solution can be overcome by embedment in a hydrophobic shell of dimethyldioctadecylammonium cations. The resulting hybrid self-assembles into spherical vesicles in acetone-water mixtures, according to a process directed by hydrophobic-hydrophilic interactions. It also forms rather stable Langmuir monolayers while a second layer evolves under higher surface pressure, in accordance with a rather low alkyl surface density.
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Garai S, Merca A, Bhowmik S, et al. Hedgehog-shaped {Mo-368} cluster: unique electronic/structural properties, surfactant encapsulation and related self-assembly into vesicles and films. Soft Matter. 2015;11(12):2372-2378.
Garai, S., Merca, A., Bhowmik, S., El Moll, H., Li, H., Haso, F., Nogueira, H., et al. (2015). Hedgehog-shaped {Mo-368} cluster: unique electronic/structural properties, surfactant encapsulation and related self-assembly into vesicles and films. Soft Matter, 11(12), 2372-2378.
Garai, S., Merca, A., Bhowmik, S., El Moll, H., Li, H., Haso, F., Nogueira, H., Liu, T., Wu, L., Gouzerh, P., et al. (2015). Hedgehog-shaped {Mo-368} cluster: unique electronic/structural properties, surfactant encapsulation and related self-assembly into vesicles and films. Soft Matter 11, 2372-2378.
Garai, S., et al., 2015. Hedgehog-shaped {Mo-368} cluster: unique electronic/structural properties, surfactant encapsulation and related self-assembly into vesicles and films. Soft Matter, 11(12), p 2372-2378.
S. Garai, et al., “Hedgehog-shaped {Mo-368} cluster: unique electronic/structural properties, surfactant encapsulation and related self-assembly into vesicles and films”, Soft Matter, vol. 11, 2015, pp. 2372-2378.
Garai, S., Merca, A., Bhowmik, S., El Moll, H., Li, H., Haso, F., Nogueira, H., Liu, T., Wu, L., Gouzerh, P., Müller, A.: Hedgehog-shaped {Mo-368} cluster: unique electronic/structural properties, surfactant encapsulation and related self-assembly into vesicles and films. Soft Matter. 11, 2372-2378 (2015).
Garai, Somenath, Merca, Alice, Bhowmik, Susovan, El Moll, Hani, Li, Haolong, Haso, Fadi, Nogueira, Helena, Liu, Tianbo, Wu, Lixin, Gouzerh, Pierre, and Müller, Achim. “Hedgehog-shaped {Mo-368} cluster: unique electronic/structural properties, surfactant encapsulation and related self-assembly into vesicles and films”. Soft Matter 11.12 (2015): 2372-2378.
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