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Guanosine-based hydrogen-bonded 2D scaffolds: metal-free formation of G-quartet and G-ribbon architectures at the solid/liquid interface



Mohamed El Garah, Rosaria C. Perone, Alejandro Santana Bonilla, Sebastien Haar, Marilena Campitiello, R. Gutiérrez, G. Cuniberti, Stefano Masiero, Artur Ciesielski, P. Samor{\`\i}

Chemical Communication 51, 11677 (2015)

We report on the synthesis and self-assembly of three novel lipophilic guanosine derivatives exposing a ferrocene moiety in the C(5') position of the sugar unit. Their self-association in solution, and at the solid/liquid interface, can be tuned by varying the size and nature of the C(8)-substituent, leading to the generation of either G-ribbons, lamellar G-dimer based arrays or the G4 cation-free architectures.



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