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Inside Cover Amphiphilic Self-Assembly of an n-Type Nanotube (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 422010)

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A. one-dimensional n-type …
… semiconducting nanotube is formed by the self-assembly of a naphthalenetetracarboxylic acid diimide–lysine bolaamphiphile. In their Communication on page 7688 ff.,
J. R. Parquette and co-workers show how the nanotubes aggregate into a monolayer
membrane that curves into rings, which then stack into tubes. Solid-state NMR studies
show that there is exceptional conformational homogeneity among the constituent
molecules that comprise the nanotubes, leading to efficient energy migration within the
assemblies.
Inside Cover
Hui Shao, James Seifert, Natalie C. Romano, Min Gao,
Jonathan J. Helmus, Christopher P. Jaroniec, David A. Modarelli, and
Jon R. Parquette*
A one-dimensional n-type semiconducting nanotube is formed by the self-assembly of
a naphthalenetetracarboxylic acid diimide–lysine bolaamphiphile. In their
Communication on page 7688 ff., J. R. Parquette and co-workers show how the
nanotubes aggregate into a monolayer membrane that curves into rings, which then
stack into tubes. Solid-state NMR studies show that there is exceptional
conformational homogeneity among the constituent molecules that comprise the
nanotubes, leading to efficient energy migration within the assemblies.
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