By Jose Luis Serrano
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* fabrics design
* actual properties
* rising applications
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This lyotropic phase would consist of monolayers of metal complex ions separated by layers of water. 3 Summary All micellar lyotropic metallomesogens covered in this chapter are ionic, and furthermore, most of them are salts of organic acids with alkali, alkaline earth and transition metal counterions. Only a limited number of complexes containing the metal in the promesogenic part of the molecule have been reported to organize into micellar aggregates. The metal can be located either in the cationic (Co"', Cr"', Ru", Rh"' and Ag' complexes) or in the anionic (Fe" and VO" complexes) part of the amphiphilic salt.
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