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Chemical structures of triphenylmethyl-based organogelators.
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Organogels formed by TPM-G12 in (a) propan-1-ol; (b) DMSO at 0.5% w/v; (c) organogel from TPM-G5 in...
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Plot of Tgel (gel–sol transition temperature) versus gelators at different concentrations. TPM-G12 ...
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DSC thermograms of gels prepared from TPM-G12 in (a) Propan-1-ol and (b) DMSO.
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SEM images of the dried gels. TPM-G12 in propan-1-ol (a) and (b), in DMSO (c) and (d); TPM-G5 in DM...
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Stress sweep rheological experiment of TPM-G12 gel (1.5% w/v) in (a) propan-1-ol (b) DMSO.
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FTIR spectra of gelator TPM-G12 in (a) CHCl3 and (b) xerogel in KBr.
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Powder X-ray diffraction patterns of xerogel of (a) TPM-G12 from propan-1-ol and (b) TPM-G5 from DM...
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Energy minimized conformational structure of (a) TPM-G12 and (b) TPM-G5 obtained using B3LYP/6-31G ...
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Possible molecular packing arrangement in the self-assembled gel state of (a) TPM-G12 and (b) TPM-G5...
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Time-dependent UV–vis absorption profile of (a) Direct Red 80 (b) Crystal Violet aqueous dye soluti...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2017, 13, 138–149, doi:10.3762/bjoc.13.17
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