Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.1021/nn8001664
Title: Amphiphilic poly(p-phenylene)-driven multiscale assembly of fullerenes to nanowhiskers
Authors: Nurmawati, M.H.
Ajikumar, P.K. 
Renu, R.
Sow, C.H. 
Valiyaveettil, S. 
Keywords: Amphiphilic poly(p-phenylene)s
Fullerene
Light-emitting polymers
Nanostructured whiskers
Self-assembly
Issue Date: Jul-2008
Citation: Nurmawati, M.H., Ajikumar, P.K., Renu, R., Sow, C.H., Valiyaveettil, S. (2008-07). Amphiphilic poly(p-phenylene)-driven multiscale assembly of fullerenes to nanowhiskers. ACS Nano 2 (7) : 1429-1436. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1021/nn8001664
Abstract: Molecular level alignment of components and optimum morphology of hybrid materials are of great interest in many applications. Morphology control has been extensively used as a direct tool in the evaluation of interactions and assemblies of components in thin films. It is believed that preparation method and composition are powerful tools to direct the morphology, particularly in self-assembled systems such as fullerene-based hybrid materials. The present report outlines a synergistic self-assembly of fullerenes (C60) and functionalized poly (p-phenylene) (PPP) to develop nanofibers with high aspect ratios. Nanostructured PPP-C60 hybrids were prepared by direct casting of the dilute solution on solid substrates and on water under ambient conditions. The formation of whiskers with high aspect ratio and investigation of interesting photophysical properties are discussed. An amphiphilic PPP was used as a template for preparing nanohybrids of C60 at ambient temperature and conditions. © 2008 American Chemical Society.
Source Title: ACS Nano
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/114297
ISSN: 19360851
DOI: 10.1021/nn8001664
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