The fundamental mechanisms by which biomolecular motors drive the assembly and disassembly of the composite ring structures are characterized in this study. This system provides an enabling model of how the collective behavior of energy-dissipating and thermodynamic processes may be used to drive the dynamic assembly of nanostructured composites, and provides knowledge for the future development of adaptive, “smart,” and reconfigurable materials.
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