Symposium "Supramolecular Assemblies on Surface: Nanopatterning, Functionality and Reactivity"
Technical Report,13 Dec 2015,12 May 2016
McGill University Montreal Canada
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Funds are requested to provide support for the Supramolecular Assemblies at Surfaces Nanopatterning, Functionality, Reactivity symposium to be held during the 2015 PACIFICHEM conference. The requested support will cover a portion of the meeting registration costs for invited speakers and symposium organizers. Molecular assembly at surfaces is a burgeoning field dealing with the use of hydrogen bonds, metal-organic coordination and van der Waals forces to form two-dimensional long range ordered patterns. The proposed symposium will span 3 days and will feature seminars from world-renowed speakers who will discuss cutting-edge research related to functional supramolecular structures at surfaces as well as surfaced-confined reactions, including the bottom-up synthesis of linear conjugated polymers and two-dimensional polymers.
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