Hierarchical carbon nanotube assemblies created by sugar–boric or boronic acid interactions
Tamesue, S., Numata, M., Kaneko, K., James, T. D. and Shinkai, S., 2008. Hierarchical carbon nanotube assemblies created by sugar–boric or boronic acid interactions. Chemical Communications, 2008 (37), pp. 4478-4480.
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We previously found that polysaccharide "schizophyllan (SPG)'' can entrap as-grown and cut single-walled carbon nanotubes (as-SWNTs and c-SWNTs, respectively): we here reported that the c-SWNT-s-SPG (single stranded SPG) composites thus obtained can be aligned regularly using the covalent bond formation between boric acid or boronic acid derivatives and the 4,6-dihydroxyl group of the glucose side-chain unit.
|Creators||Tamesue, S., Numata, M., Kaneko, K., James, T. D. and Shinkai, S.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
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