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The formation of modular, multi-component, host-guest complexes stable both in water and in the gas-phase is described; by modulating the stoichiometry of the different subunits in aqueous solution, quantitative self-assembly of the predicted and desired architecture is achieved, even allowing for ABA triblock copolymer assemblies stable in the gas-phase.

Original publication




Journal article


Chem Commun (Camb)

Publication Date



644 - 646