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Supramolecular Structures: Complex Polymeric Systems – Organization, Design and Formation using Interfaces and Cyclic or Complex Molecules

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The analysis of supramolecular structures containing polymers, and the discussion about the effect of polymeric materials with different chemical structures that form inclusion complexes is extensively studied. The effect of the inclusion complexes at the air–water interface is discussed in terms on the nature of the interaction. The entropic or enthalpic nature of the interaction is analyzed. The description of these inclusion complexes with different cyclodextrines with several polymers is an interesting way to understand some non-covalent interaction in these systems. The discussion about the generation and effect of supramolecular structures on molecular assembly and auto-organization processes is also presented in a single form. The use of block copolymers and dendronized polymers at interfaces is a new aspect to be taken into account from both basic and technological interest. The effect of the chemical structure on the self-assembled systems is discussed.

Supramolecular system Block copolymer Self-assembled system Inclusion complexes Cyclodextrin Air-water interface Non-covalent interaction Auto-organization 

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