Lindsey East - October 5, 2016
Wyatt Technology congratulates its customer, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart of Northwestern University on sharing the Nobel Prize in Chemistry today with Bernard L. Feringa and Jean-Pierre Sauvage. They have developed molecules with controllable movements, which can perform a task when energy is added. We are delighted to see their work on nano-motors recognized as the building blocks for future molecular machines. Some of Professor Stoddart’s publications using our DAWN instruments may be found in our Bibliography. They include:
E. N. Guidry, J. Li, J. F. Stoddart, R. H. Grubbs., Bifunctional [c2]daisy-chains and their incorporation into mechanically interlocked polymers. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2007 129, 8944-8945.
M. A. Olson, A. B. Braunschweig, T. Ikeda, L. Fang, A. Trabolsi, A. M. Z. Slawin S. I. Khan, J. F. Stoddart., Thermodynamic forecasting of mechanically interlocked switches. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 2009 7, 4391-4405.
W. Zhang, E. DeIonno, W. R. Dichtel, L. Fang, A. Trabolsi, J.-C. Olsen, D. Bentez, J. R. Heath, J. F. Stoddart., A solid-state switch containing an electrochemically switchable bistable poly[n]rotaxane. Journal of Materials Chemistr 2011 21(5), 1487-1495.
This is just a sampling of the many peer-reviewed articles utilizing Wyatt instruments that may be found by searching our online Bibliography.