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Self-Assembly for Functional Materials
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Self-assembly is an important and useful method for creating functional materials. This course deals with the fundamentals and recent developments in functional materials formed through self-assembly of molecules and/or ions. Topics in this course includes design, structures and properties of the functional materials, and their applications in organic electronics, catalysis, and artificial photosynthesis.
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• Control of molecular assemblies and properties in solid-state
• Fundamentals and applications of clathrate crystals
• Fundamentals and applications of self-assembled organic electronic materials
• Assembly of metal ions for the development of molecular catalysts
• Assembly of molecular catalysts for artificial photosynthetic reactions
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