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Welcome to the Scherman Lab

Dynamic Supramolecular Self-Assembly at Interfaces

Our research focuses on dynamic supramolecular  self-assembly at interfaces through the application of macrocyclic host-guest chemistry using cucurbit[n]urils in the  development of novel supramolecular  systems. We exploit control over these molecular-level interact ions to design and fabricate soft materials with integrated function, including hydrogels for local drug-delivery systems, SERS-active constructs for sensing, host-guest complexes for catalysis and next-generation kinetically arrested architectures energy storage applications.

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