Rahul Dev Mukhopadhyay

2017- centre of self-assembly and complexity IBS Korea 
self-assembly, stimuli-responsive materials, smart materials
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Hwang I, Mukhopadhyay RD, Dhasaiyan P, et al. (2020) Audible sound-controlled spatiotemporal patterns in out-of-equilibrium systems. Nature Chemistry
Yu X, Wang B, Kim Y, et al. (2020) Supramolecular Fullerene Tetramers Concocted with Porphyrin Boxes Enable Efficient Charge Separation and Delocalization. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Choi S, Mukhopadhyay RD, Kim Y, et al. (2019) Fuel-Driven Transient Crystallization of a Cucurbit[8]uril-Based Host-Guest Complex. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)
Kim Y, Koo J, Hwang IC, et al. (2018) Rational Design and Construction of Hierarchical Superstructures Using Shape-persistent Organic Cages: Porphyrin Box-based Metallosupramolecular Assemblies. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Mukhopadhyay RD, Das G, Ajayaghosh A. (2018) Stepwise control of host-guest interaction using a coordination polymer gel. Nature Communications. 9: 1987
Mukhopadhyay RD, Vedhanarayanan B, Ajayaghosh A. (2017) Mimicking the 'Rose Petal' and 'Lotus Leaf' Effects on Alumina by Surface Functionalization and Metal Ion Coordination. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)
Nair VS, Mukhopadhyay RD, Saeki A, et al. (2016) A π-gel scaffold for assembling fullerene to photoconducting supramolecular rods. Science Advances. 2: e1600142
Mukhopadhyay RD, Praveen VK, Hazra A, et al. (2015) Light driven mesoscale assembly of a coordination polymeric gelator into flowers and stars with distinct properties. Chemical Science. 6: 6583-6591
Mukhopadhyay RD, Ajayaghosh A. (2015) Supramolecular chemistry. Living supramolecular polymerization. Science (New York, N.Y.). 349: 241-2
Thirumalai R, Mukhopadhyay RD, Praveen VK, et al. (2015) A slippery molecular assembly allows water as a self-erasable security marker. Scientific Reports. 5: 9842
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