Steroidal supramolecular metallogels
Kuosmanen, R., Rissanen, K., & Sievänen, E. (2020). Steroidal supramolecular metallogels. Chemical Society Reviews, 49(6), 1977-1998. https://doi.org/10.1039/C9CS00686A
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The review deals with an expanding number of steroidal compounds that are capable of forming a metallogel providing a multitude of novel materials rich in their properties. The future of steroidal metallogels holds a myriad of potential applications as new intelligent materials. Detection of potentially harmful compounds without expensive instrumentation, entrapment of environmentally hazardous substances, and sensitive and selective nanomaterials represent only a few of these potential applications. This article reviews the design, synthesis, characterization, and applications of steroidal metallogels.
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