Thursday, November 16, 2006: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Yerba Buena Ballroom 4 (Marriott San Francisco)
#521 - Supramolecular Assembly of Inorganic Materials I (08D06)
We invite contributions addressing the supramolecular self-assembly of nanoscale materials concentrating on the following two sessions. Session I centers on the directed self-assembly of nanoscale building blocks using controlled biological, biomolecular, and molecular interactions, while Session II focuses on the templated assembly of nanostructured inorganic materials such as silica, alumina, metal and metal oxides. Session I seeks contributions including but not limited to Click-chemistry, molecular linker-chemistry and DNA directed assembly. Experimental and theoretical work investigating mechanisms leading to self-assembled structures is especially welcome. The session also invites contributions addressing mechanical stability and thermal as well as electrical transport properties of such structures.
Chair:Ilona Kretzschmar
CoChair:Jan Sefcik
8:30 AMSelf-Assembly of Nanoparticles at the Liquid-Liquid Interface
Erik Edwards, Dayang Wang, Helmuth Moehwald
8:55 AMNanoporous Array-Based Inorganic Materials Via Molecular Self-Assembly Templated Processing
Michael Z. Hu
9:20 AMTernary Phase Diagram of Cationic and Maltoside Surfactants in Water, and Its Use for Predictive Synthesis of Ordered Mesoporous Silica
Mohammed S. Rahman, Stephen E. Rankin
9:45 AMTwo-Stage Diatom Cell Culture for the Supramolecular Assembly of Silicon-Germanium Oxides Ordered at the Submicron and Nanoscales
Clayton Jeffryes, Timothy Gutu, Chih-hung Chang, Tian Qin, Jun Jiao, Gregory L. Rorrer
10:10 AMDual-Layer Material Deposition on Tobacco Mosaic Virus
Elizabeth S. Royston, James N. Culver, Michael T. Harris
10:35 AMOne Pot Synthesis of Ordered Biphasic Mesoporous Silica with 2d Hexagonal and Mesh Structure and Its Use for Controlled Deposition of Metal Oxides
Rong Xing, Hans-Joachim Lehmler, Barbara L. Knutson, Stephen E. Rankin

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