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    • Cooperative duplex formation by synthetic H-bonding oligomers 

      Stross, Alexander E; Iadevaia, Giulia; Hunter, Christopher Alexander (2015-10-22)
    • H-Bond Self-Assembly: Folding versus Duplex Formation 

      Núñez Villanueva, D; Iadevaia, Giulia; Stross, AE; Jinks, Michael; Swain, Jonathan; Hunter, Christopher Alexander (American Chemical Society, 2017-05-17)
      Linear oligomers equipped with complementary H-bond donor (D) and acceptor (A) sites can interact via intermolecular H-bonds to form duplexes or fold via intramolecular H-bonds. These competing equilibria have been quantified ...
    • Mix and Match Backbones for the Formation of H-Bonded Duplexes 

      Iadevaia, Giulia; Stross, Alexander E; Neumann, Anja; Hunter, Christopher Alexander (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015-01-07)
      The formation of well-defined supramolecular assemblies involves competition between intermolecular and intramolecular interactions, which is quantified by effective molarity. Formation of a duplex between two oligomers ...
    • Mix and match recognition modules for the formation of H-bonded duplexes 

      Stross, Alexander E; Iadevaia, Giulia; Hunter, Christopher Alexander (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2016-06-07)
      Oligomeric molecules equipped with complementary H-bond recognition sites form stable duplexes in non-polar solvents. The use of a single H-bond between a good H-bond donor and a good H-bond acceptor as the recognition ...
    • Sequence-Selective Formation of Synthetic H-Bonded Duplexes 

      Stross, AE; Iadevaia, Giulia; Nunez-Villanueva, Diego; Hunter, Christopher Alexander (American Chemical Society, 2017-09-13)
      Oligomers equipped with a sequence of phenol and pyridine N-oxide groups form duplexes via H-bonding interactions between these recognition units. Reductive amination chemistry was used to synthesize all possible 3-mer ...