Supermolecules Group

Our research is based largely on synthesis of nanomaterials often employing supramolecular chemistry methods. The resulting nanomaterials may be molecular in form or alternatively nanostructured bulk materials where form and function are intimately related. Super- or supramolecules are formed through non-covalent interactions between molecules, aggregates or inorganic nanomaterials. They can exhibit novel functions not available from their individual components. Our research emphasizes several types of applications including sensing, molecular electronics, drug delivery, materials sequestration and photovoltaic materials.


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