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Lyotropic mesomorphism of rare-earth trisalkylsulphates in the water-ethylene glycol system

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Author(s)

  • Y G Galyametdinov
  • H B Jervis
  • D W Bruce
  • K Binnemans

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JournalLIQUID CRYSTALS
DatePublished - Dec 2001
Issue number12
Volume28
Number of pages3
Pages (from-to)1877-1879
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Lyotropic mesophases were observed for rare-earth trisdodecylsulphates, Ln(C12H25SO4)(3) ( Ln = Y, La, Ce-Lu, except Pm) in the presence of ethylene glycol or water (or mixtures thereof) as the solvent. In ethylene glycol, a normal hexagonal phase and a cubic phase could be detected, whereas in water a normal hexagonal phase and a lamellar phase were found. Thus by changing the solvent, it is possible to obtain different supramolecular organizations within a series of lanthanide-containing metallomesogens.

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  • LIQUID-CRYSTALS, COMPLEXES, IONS

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