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Crystalline cooperativity is proposed as an important parameter to study the nanophase separation in double‐cable conjugated polymers. Good crystalline cooperativity with conjugated backbone and acceptor side units will enable efficient charge transport and high performance single‐component organic solar cells. Abstract. The crystalline cooperativity of the donor and acceptor segment in double‐cable conjugated polymers plays an important role in the nanophase separation and photovoltaic performance in single‐component organic solar cells (SCOSCs). Two double‐cable conjugated polymers with the same conjugated backbone and perylene bisimide (PBI) side units were designed in which PBIs were positioned symmetrically and perpendicularly (P1) and
The transition of peptides and proteins from solution into fibrillar structures is a general phenomenon encountered in functional and aberrant biology and is increasingly exploited in soft materials science. However, the fundamental molecular events underpinning the early stages of their assembly and subsequent growth have remained challenging to elucidate. Here, we show that liquid‐liquid phase separation into solute‐rich and solute‐poor phases is a fundamental step leading to the nucleation of supramolecular nanofibrils from molecular building blocks, including peptides and even amphiphilic amino acids. The solute‐rich liquid droplets act as nucleation sites, allowing the formation of thermodynamically favorable nanofibrils following Ostw.
Chem. Soc. Rev. , 2019, Advance Article DOI : 10.1039/C9CS00377K, Review Article. Marta Liras, Mariam Barawi, Víctor A. de la Peña O’Shea Hybrid materials photocatalysts based on conjugated polymers and inorganic semiconductors provide a sustainable way to remove pollutants or store energy in the form of solar fuels by processes such as water splitting, CO 2 photoreduction and NH 3 production (artificial photosynthesis). To cite this article before page numbers are assigned, use the DOI form of citation above. The content of this RSS Feed © The Royal Society of Chemistry.

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