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1D vs. 2D shape selectivity in the crystallization-driven self-assembly of polylactide block copolymers

1D vs. 2D shape selectivity in the crystallization-driven self-assembly of polylactide block copolymers
Graeme Cambridge, Neil R. Wilson, Andrew P. Dove, Zachary P. L. Laker, Rachel K. O'Reilly, Maria Inam, Robert T. Mathers, Anais Pitto-Barry
Assemblies of polylactide-based amphiphiles in alcohols are shown to give unprecedented shape selectivity based on unimer solubility, leading to the formation of large uniform 2D diamond-shaped platelets, up to several microns in size.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/SC/~3/N_N7O9zOpEc/C7SC00641A

DOI: 2017/SC/C7SC00641A

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