Organization of the Enantiomeric and Racemic Forms of an Amphiphilic Resorcinol Derivative at the Air–Water and Graphite–1-Phenyloctane Interfaces.

CHIRALITY, 2012, 24:155–166

P. Iavicoli, H. Xu, T. Eszthelyi, J. Telegdi, K. Wurst, B Van Averbeke, W. J. Saletra, A. Minoia, D. Beljonne, R. Lazzaroni, S. De Feyter, and D. B. Amabilino



Nucleoside-Assisted Self-Assembly of Oligo(p-phenylenevinylene)s at Liquid/Solid Interface: Chirality and Nanostructures

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011, 133, 17764–17771

Z. Guo, I. De Cat, B. Van Averbeke, J. Lin, G. Wang, H. Xu, R. Lazzaroni, D. Beljonne, E. W. Meijer, A. P. H. J. Schenning and S. De Feyter


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The Resolve Project

The RESOLVE project uses a multidisciplinary approach to understand the resolution of enantiomers which takes place when the “family approach” is employed, and uses this knowledge to invent new protocols for use in the identification of resolving agents and resolution of enantiomers. A bottom-up hierarchichal self-assembly approach is used, involving the tools of nanoscience and technology This small scale collaborative project is financed by the European Commission (Seventh Framework Project number NMP4-SL-2008-214340)
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