Hierarchical Bottom-Up Methodology for Integrating Dynamic Ethynylhelicene Oligomers: Synthesis, Double Helix Formation, and the Higher Assembly Formation


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In biological systems, molecules hierarchically form ordered assemblies and macroscopic substances, as exemplified by the assembly of proteins. The development of such systems using oligomeric macromolecules obtained by organic synthesis can provide insights into biological phenomena and will lead to the creation of new materials. In this regard, synthetic double helix molecules are attractive subjects of study because they have an important structural motif that appears widely in nature and can exhibit dynamic structural ...