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Self-assembly monolayer structures of lipids and macromolecules at interfaces

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Published by Kluwer Academic in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Self-organizing systems,
  • Monomolecular films,
  • Electronic books,
  • SCIENCE,
  • Lipids,
  • Chemistry,
  • Biopolymers,
  • Physical & Theoretical

  • Edition Notes

    StatementK.S. Birdi
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD509.M65 B57 2002eb
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource (xiii, 387 p.)
    Number of Pages387
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27086973M
    ISBN 100306468131
    ISBN 109780306468131
    OCLC/WorldCa50175004

    Structures capable of self-assembly in this range from simple monomers through oligomers to complex multimeric structures that may contain more than one type of polypeptide chain and components other than protein. At the same time, a suite of tools is being developed to give unprecedented information on the structures and properties of these assemblies. Excerpted by permission of The Royal Society of Chemistry. Furthermore, the oxygen atoms of the adsorbate are located over silver atoms in the rows, as are the central bonds of the naphthalene residues.

    The monotartrate is formed only between K and K up to monolayer coverage, and also at K when coverage is high. These data clearly show that the variation of with temperature is a very characteristic physical property. This has been demonstrated, for example, in the case of monolayers of thiols on gold where the surface was annealed to give the flat metal 78 or in the preparation of silane layers on silicon oxide on silicon where increasing the temperature during deposition increases greatly coverage and molecular order. It was found that raising or lowering the plate was unnecessary, as stable values were obtained, indicated complete wetting.

    This kind of system is the subject of this book. Because proteins are themselves complex molecules and not inelastic geometric objects, the rules of strict symmetry can be bent and quasi-equivalent bonding between subunits permitted. A monolayer trough with two movable barriers and several compartments has been described Fromherz, and is commercially available. Also, a GEPI recognizing and assembling on the surface of a therapeutic device can be fused to a human protein to enhance human compatibility.


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Self-assembly monolayer structures of lipids and macromolecules at interfaces by K. S. Birdi Download PDF Ebook

Self-assembly monolayer structures of lipids and macromolecules at interfaces book, in in the first volume of Journal of Colloid Science!

It will be shown why these systems are of interest from a fundamental point of view, but also in terms of materials with practical applications. The concept of self-organization is due to the chemical complementarity and structural compatibility of the atoms and molecules both confer weak example Hydrogen bonding or covalent bonding interactions that bind building blocks together [1] in the fabrication process.

These are the same techniques self-assembly is based on and so the components of the devices being built can naturally organize themselves the way we want them to [4]. The only way at present to have a homochiral surface is through the use of intrinsically chiral molecules.

This pioneering work already gave us the evidence that specific molecular and supramolecular chemistry can be used to control the formation of monolayers. A great deal can be learned about supramolecular objects by studying them at surfaces where they can be probed with powerful techniques that allow precise information to be garnered about their structural and physical characteristics.

New families of molecules are being developed to yield even greater control and are enabling controlled chemical patterning from the sub-nanometer to the centimeter scales. A general introduction concerning the nature of surfaces and interfaces is given, with emphasis on the very particular characteristics of this environment for the self-assembly of molecules and for molecular recognition processes.

The magnitude of interaction locally is determined by the strength of the chemical bond between adsorbent and adsorbate.

The phenomena that are manifested in the different growth models Figure 1. The sizes of the plateaus can vary tremendously.

In the actual system Fig.

Self assembly of Macromolecules

If one maintains a completely wetted plate i. Yet self-assembly has the advantage that a large variety of shapes and functions on many length scales can be obtained. From this relation and can be derived. However, one can easily adapt the usual versus method to measurements of the oil—water interface Birdi, ,c.

Thus, many technologies utilize surfactants for control of wetting properties Birdi, a. In the case of chiral molecules, this leads to an intrinsic preference for one chirality or the other, while for achiral molecules, the local chiral chance preference can be propagated through lines as in Figure 1.

Accordingly, any change in the system that might produce a change in the orientation at the interface, will produce a change in the nature of this field. Later, ordered solid—liquid coexistence at the water—air interface and on solid substrates was reported McConnell et al.

In this sense, opportunities for surface-grown supramolecular systems will be given. One could draw a unit cell on these molecules that would coincide with a multiple of the unit cell of the silver surface exactly, and therefore the structure is commensurate.

Surface and Colloid Chemistry

This orientation produces a system with minimum free energy. There is clearly a very thin line between what one might consider a chemisorbed or physisorbed species. Once all binding sites are occupied, no more material can enter in this Self-assembly monolayer structures of lipids and macromolecules at interfaces book, and the Langmuir-type curve effectively corresponds to a self-limiting growth scenario.

Surfaces for Supramolecular Systems 1. Monolayers of lipids exhibit changes in structures near or after the collapse state, which have been designated domains. First, weak interactions take a prominent place in materials, especially in biological systems.

Crystalline surfaces with long range order are often the ideal place to look precisely at supramolecular phenomena because they can be extremely well defined which leads to huge simplifications when determining the structure of adsorbed molecules at the surface.

Once all binding sites are occupied, no more material can enter in this model, and the Langmuir-type curve effectively corresponds to a self-limiting growth scenario.

It is easily realized that if a monolayer is moving along the surface under the influence of a gradient of surface pressure,it will carry some of the underlying water with it.

This effect was ascribed to the high planarity of the former.Room-temperature molecular-resolution characterization of self-assembled organic monolayers on epitaxial graphene Qing Hua Wang1 and Mark C. Hersam1,2* Graphene, a two-dimensional sheet of carbon atoms, is a promising material for next-generation technology because of its advantageous electronic properties, such as extremely high carrier.

The self-assembly of lipids and macromolecules at interfaces is widespread and intriguing. 13 Indeed, it was in biological systems where scientists initially saw the importance of supramolecular chemistry and mentioned it in these terms in the context of collagen self-assembly.

14 A recent book discusses in detail the fascinating topic of. View Self assembly of Macromolecules Research Papers on tjarrodbonta.com for free.Electronic Supplementary Information Thermodynamics of halogen bonded monolayer self-assembly at the pdf interface W.

Song,a,b N. Martsinovich,d W. M. Heckl,a,b,c and M. Lackingera,b,c a Department of Physics, Technische Universität München, James-Franck-Str.

1. Individual Hyaluronan Macromolecules. Hyaluronan (HA) (Figure 6a) is a linear, negatively charged, self-associating and network forming disaccharide of D-glucuronic acid-beta-1, 3-N acetylglucosamine-beta-1,4- which can reach up to 10, repeat units or more.

Microcalorimetry of Macromolecules

HA acts as a scaffold for aggrecan self-assembly in the extracellular matrix of the.Ebook Monolayer Architectures at the Solid–Liquid Interface: Adaptive Building Blocks Consisting of Rigid Triangular Core and Flexible Alkoxy Chains for Self-Assembly at Liquid/Solid Interfaces, Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan,89, 11, CrossRef.