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Unimolecular photoconversion of multicolor luminescence on hierarchical self-assemblies
Facile tuning of photophysical properties is highly desirable for boosting the performance and versatility of photoluminescent materials. In an attempt to overcome the challenge of achieving the photoswitching of multicolor ...
Incorporation of thio-pseudoisocytosine into triplex-forming peptide nucleic acids for enhanced recognition of RNA duplexes
Peptide nucleic acids (PNAs) have been developed for applications in biotechnology and therapeutics. There is great potential in the development of chemically modified PNAs or other triplex-forming ligands that selectively ...
Molecular recognition study of β-cyclodextrin and its two derivatives with some aliphatic guests by competitive inclusion method
Spectrophotometric titrations were performed in aqueous buffer solution ( pH = 10. 5 , c =0. 025 mol/ L) at 25ᵒC determine the binding constant s of β-cyclodextrin (β-CD) , mono (6-O-α-malto-syl)- β-cyclodextrin (6-G2-β-CD) ...
Switching between phosphorescence and fluorescence controlled by chiral self-assembly
Helical self‐assembly plays a unique role in regulating the localized excitations of π functional systems, which can also bring highly multi‐scale orders, and show a special effect to tune the energy of electronics, ...