Intercalation Chemistry: a Novel Approach To Materials Design

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Intercalation of layered solids is used as a means to manipulate a variety of molecular and polymeric species into well-ordered multilayer films with an architecture controllable at the molecular level. Dielectric, conductivity and optical measurements demonstrate the potential of developing new families of materials with new functionalities by exploiting the synergistic effect of guest/host interactions.

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Giannelis, E.P., Mehrotra, V. & Russell, M.W. Intercalation Chemistry: a Novel Approach To Materials Design. MRS Online Proceedings Library 180, 685 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1557/PROC-180-685

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