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Pressed pellets of polyoxometalate (POM)-based materials are shown to undergo morphogenesis to produce microtubular network architectures without the need for a large single crystal precursor. The compression of the POM material into a pellet lowers the solubility sufficiently to allow tube initiation and growth from POMs that would otherwise be too soluble in their native crystalline state, thus yielding hollow, highly controllable, tubes of diameter 10-100 μm. This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2012


Antoine G Boulay, Geoffrey J T Cooper, Leroy Cronin. Morphogenesis of polyoxometalate cluster-based materials to microtubular network architectures. Chemical communications (Cambridge, England). 2012 May 25;48(42):5088-90

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PMID: 22513869

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