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Symmetry Breaking in Self-Assembled Nanoassemblies
Sang, Yutao; Liu, Minghua
2019-08-01
Source PublicationSYMMETRY-BASEL
Volume11Issue:8
AbstractThe origin of biological homochirality, e.g., life selects the L-amino acids and D-sugar as molecular component, still remains a big mystery. It is suggested that mirror symmetry breaking plays an important role. Recent researches show that symmetry breaking can also occur at a supramolecular level, where the non-covalent bond was crucial. In these systems, equal or unequal amount of the enantiomeric nanoassemblies could be formed from achiral molecules. In this paper, we presented a brief overview regarding the symmetry breaking from dispersed system to gels, solids, and at interfaces. Then we discuss the rational manipulation of supramolecular chirality on how to induce and control the homochirality in the self-assembly system. Those physical control methods, such as Viedma ripening, hydrodynamic macro- and micro-vortex, superchiral light, and the combination of these technologies, are specifically discussed. It is hoped that the symmetry breaking at a supramolecular level could provide useful insights into the understanding of natural homochirality and further designing as well as controlling of functional chiral materials.
DOI10.3390/sym11080950
Indexed BySCI
Language英语
WOS IDWOS:000483559300007
EI Accession Number2073-8994
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.iccas.ac.cn/handle/121111/82692
Collection中国科学院化学研究所
AffiliationChinese Acad Sci, Inst Chem, Beijing 100190, Peoples R China
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Sang, Yutao,Liu, Minghua. Symmetry Breaking in Self-Assembled Nanoassemblies[J]. SYMMETRY-BASEL,2019,11(8).
APA Sang, Yutao,&Liu, Minghua.(2019).Symmetry Breaking in Self-Assembled Nanoassemblies.SYMMETRY-BASEL,11(8).
MLA Sang, Yutao,et al."Symmetry Breaking in Self-Assembled Nanoassemblies".SYMMETRY-BASEL 11.8(2019).
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