Cyclodextrins as building blocks for new materials

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  1. Editors:
    Prof. Sophie Fourmentin and Dr. Miriana Kfoury
    Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale

The present thematic issue aims to offer a wide and advanced collection of papers on the use of cyclodextrins as building blocks for the construction and synthesis of innovative materials and efficient supramolecular systems. This includes deep eutectic solvents, metal–organic frameworks, electrochemical sensors, polymers, and many more. Research on the functionalization and modification of materials using cyclodextrins is also covered in this issue. Moreover, original and green methods to prepare classical cyclodextrin-based materials and inclusion complexes as well as studies of the encapsulation phenomenon are welcome.

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  4. Sophie Fourmentin
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