Gaetano Guerra, Christophe Daniel, Paola Rizzo and Oreste Tarallo Advanced materials based on polymer cocrystalline forms Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 50
Polymeric cocrystalline forms present low-molecular-mass guest molecules in cavities, channels or layers, as defined by the crystalline organization of a polymer host. Cocrystalline films with active guest molecules, as reviewed here, have found optical, magnetic and electric applications. In a few cases, the polymer host structure remains essentially unaltered after guest removal, thus leading to the formation of nanoporous crystalline forms, which are extremely efficient for molecular separations and sensors.
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