The aim of the present review is to illustrate to the reader the state of the art on the construction of supramolecular azobenzene-containing materials formed by halogen bonding. These materials include several examples of polymeric, liquid crystalline or crystalline species whose performances are either superior to the corresponding performances of their hydrogen-bonded analogues or simply distinctive of the halogen-bonded species

Saccone M., Cavallo G., Metrangolo P., Resnati G., Priimagi A. (2015). Halogen-bonded photoresponsive materials. In G.R. Pierangelo Metrangolo (a cura di), Halogen Bonding II (pp. 147-166). Springer Verlag [10.1007/128_2014_615].

Halogen-bonded photoresponsive materials

Saccone M.
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2015-01-01

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The aim of the present review is to illustrate to the reader the state of the art on the construction of supramolecular azobenzene-containing materials formed by halogen bonding. These materials include several examples of polymeric, liquid crystalline or crystalline species whose performances are either superior to the corresponding performances of their hydrogen-bonded analogues or simply distinctive of the halogen-bonded species
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Saccone M., Cavallo G., Metrangolo P., Resnati G., Priimagi A. (2015). Halogen-bonded photoresponsive materials. In G.R. Pierangelo Metrangolo (a cura di), Halogen Bonding II (pp. 147-166). Springer Verlag [10.1007/128_2014_615].
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