By Tisato Kajiyama and Masuo Aizawa (Eds.)
This booklet is a well timed evaluate of contemporary advances at the development and services of natural skinny movies by way of various ideas. The part molecules are particularly uncomplicated ones with self-organizing houses, i.e., ordered molecular meeting features. The contents are prepared from the elemental techniques of molecular meeting of self-organizing molecules to the capability organic functions of protein assemblies, supramolecular species.
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Nml Figure 5. Cross-section balance between the hydrophobic and hydrophilic parts. Now we shall elucidate factors which determine the J- and H-aggregation state. At first, we shall consider the H-aggregation state obtained from structure analyses of single crystals. 39nm) so that further interdigitation is prevented by the short interaction between them. This fact shows that the difference in the number of carbon atoms between the spacer part and the tail part becomes a very important factor of packing in the H-crystals.