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Chemical Society reviews, ISSN 1460-4744, 2013, Volume 42, Issue 17, pp. 7086 - 7098
Molecular gels are formed by the self-assembly of low-molecular weight compounds by weak non-covalent interactions and thus, they may be easily disassembled in... 
Physical Sciences | Chemistry | Chemistry, Multidisciplinary | Science & Technology | Self assembly | Enzymes | Covalence | Gels | Gelation | Dismantling | Functional groups | Stimuli
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Food hydrocolloids, ISSN 0268-005X, 2007, Volume 21, Issue 5-6, pp. 855 - 861
The gelation of edible oil by a mixture of lecithin and sorbitan tri-stearate (STS) was studied. The two components individually in oil do not give structure... 
Crystallisation | Oil | Lecithin | Sorbitan tri-stearate | Texture | Organogel | Low-molecular-weight organic gelator | Food | fatty alcohols | gelators | organogels | behavior | gels | mixtures
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01/2018, ISBN 9783038974604
The Special Issue Colloid Chemistry presents a comprehensive overview of what opportunities the colloidal scale, i.e., the nanoscale, offers to scientists from... 
self-assembly | amphiphiles | gels | gelators | interaction | nanoparticle | polymers | colloids | non-spherical particles | surface properties
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Chemical communications (Cambridge, England), ISSN 1364-548X, 2016, Volume 52, Issue 89, pp. 13068 - 13081
metal complexation emerges as a powerful strategy for the fabrication of supramolecular metallogels showing self-healing properties of the bulk gel phase after... 
Physical Sciences | Chemistry | Chemistry, Multidisciplinary | Science & Technology | Solvents | Complexation | Coordination polymers | Hydrogels | Low molecular weights | Segregations | Gelation | Ligands
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Advanced materials (Weinheim), ISSN 0935-9648, 09/2000, Volume 12, Issue 17, pp. 1237 - 1247
Nanostructured materials have many forms. One that has been somewhat neglected until recently is organogels, especially those whose three‐dimensional... 
Organogels | Low molecular mass organic gelators | Gels, organic | Gelators
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Coordination chemistry reviews, ISSN 0010-8545, 04/2013, Volume 257, Issue 7-8, pp. 1373 - 1408
[Display omitted] ► Two general classes of metallogels developed including molecular metallogels and coordination polymer gels. ► Coordination polymer gelators... 
Metallogelators | Coordination polymers | Low molecular weight gelators | Gels | Metal-organic gels | Coordination chemistry | Physical Sciences | Chemistry, Inorganic & Nuclear | Chemistry | Science & Technology | Polymers | Polymer industry
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7/2005, Topics in Current Chemistry, ISBN 3540253211, Volume 256
The formation of gels by structurally highly diverse low molecular weight organic molecules is paradigmatically a supramolecular phenomenon. It is based on the... 
Urea gelators | Self-assembly | Amide gelators | Hydrogen bonding | Supramolecular chemistry | Amide gelators | Hydrogen bonding | Urea gelators | Supramolecular chemistry
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Chemistry : a European journal, ISSN 0947-6539, 05/2015, Volume 21, Issue 20, pp. 7562 - 7570
A new class of homologous gelators, LG12‐(CH2)n‐BSA, composed of bipyridinyl groups, L‐glutamic moieties having double dodecyl chains, and linked alkyl spacers... 
L‐glutamic gelators | gels | chiral twists | self‐assembly | supramolecular chirality | L-glutamic gelators | Self-assembly | Gels | Supramolecular chirality | Chiral twists | self-assembly | L -glutamic gelators | Hydrogen | Laws, regulations and rules | Solvents | Heating | Chirality | Nanostructure | Supramolecular compounds | Spacers | Methylene
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Angewandte Chemie (International ed.), ISSN 1433-7851, 10/2010, Volume 49, Issue 42, pp. 7695 - 7698
Mopping up: Phase‐selective gelators were synthesized from sugar alcohols using biocatalysis. The gelators exhibited an unprecedented ability to... 
oil pollution | solidifiers | biocatalysis | molecular gelators | self‐assembly | Self-assembly | Biocatalysis | Molecular gelators | Oil pollution | Solidifiers
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Current organic synthesis, ISSN 1570-1794, 06/2015, Volume 12, Issue 4, pp. 440 - 456
The development of smart supramolecular gelators whose self-assembly propensity can be controlled by physical processes such as sonication is highly... 
Sonication | Self-assembly | Synthesis | Supramolecular | Gelators | Physical Sciences | Chemistry | Chemistry, Organic | Science & Technology
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