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Cover article of Volume 4, Issue 22 of Advanced Materials Interfaces

Surface Wrinkling and Porosity of Polymer Particles toward Biological and Biomedical Applications” (Cover Article)

Visaveliya, Nikunjkumar R., Christopher W. Leishman, Kara Ng, Nicolas Yehya, Nelson Tobar, Dorthe M. Eisele, and Johann Michael Köhler. " Advanced Materials Interfaces 4, no. 24 (November 8, 2017): 1770125. doi:10.1002/admi.201770125.


Room-Temperature Micron-Scale Exciton Migration in a Stabilized Emmisive Molecular Aggregate

Justin R. Caram, Sandra Doria, Dörthe M. Eisele, Francesca S. Freyria, Timothy S. Sinclair, Patrick Rebentrost, Seth Lloyd, and Moungi G. Bawendi, Nano Letters 2016 16, 6808-6815, DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.6b02529

We report 1.6 ± 1 μm exciton transport in self-assembled supramolecular light-harvesting nanotubes (LHNs) assembled from amphiphillic cyanine dyes.

We report 1.6 ± 1 μm exciton transport in self-assembled supramolecular light-harvesting nanotubes (LHNs) assembled from amphiphillic cyanine dyes.


Quantum Effects in Biology

Quantum Effects in Biology


Quantum Effects in Biology

Edited by Mohesi, M., Omar, Y., Engel, G., Plenio, M.B.
“Structured Chromophoric Aggregates” in Chapter 16: Bio-inspired quantum materials”
Sarovar, M., Eisele, D.M., Mohseni, M., Whaley, B.
University Press, Cambridge, 2014.



Robust Excitons Inhabit Soft Supramolecular nanotubes

Eisele, D. M., Arias, Dylan H., Fu, X., Bloemsma, E. A., Steiner, Colby, Jensen, Russell, Rebentrost, P., Eisele, H., Lloyd, S., Tokmakoff, A., Knoester, J., Nicastro, D., Nelson, Keith A, and Bawendi, Moungi G. Tue , ACS Nano 2014 8, pp 5527–5534 , doi:10.1073/pnas.1408342111.

Cryo-EM micrograph of double-walled LHNTs self-assembled from amphiphilic cyanine dye molecules

Cryo-EM micrograph of double-walled LHNTs self-assembled from amphiphilic cyanine dye molecules


The excitonic system under consideration: Lightharvesting nanotube consisting of a double-walled cylindrical aggregate of amphiphilic cyanine dye molecules.

The excitonic system under consideration: Lightharvesting nanotube consisting of a double-walled cylindrical aggregate of amphiphilic cyanine dye molecules.

Coherent exciton dynamics in supramolecular light-harvesting nanotubes revealed by ultrafast quantum process tomography

Joel Yuen-Zhou, Dylan H. Arias, Dorthe M. Eisele, Colby P. Steiner, Jacob J. Krich, Moungi G. Bawendi, Keith A. Nelson, and Alán Aspuru-Guzik ACS Nano 2014 8, PP 5527-5534, DOI: 10.1021/nn406107q


Utilizing Redox-Chemistry to Elucidate the Nature of Exciton Transitions in Supramolecular Dye Nanotubes

Eisele, D. M., Cone, C. W., Bloemsma, E. A., Vlaming, S. M., van der Kwaak, C. G. F., Silbey, Robert J, Bawendi, Moungi G., Knoester, J., Rabe, J. P., and Vanden Bout, D. A. Sun . Nature chemistry 2012 4, PP 598-600, doi:10.1038/nchem.1380.

=> Article highlighted in nature chemistry’s ‘news and views’ by Jürgen Köhler “Supramolecular dye aggregates: Nanotube knockout”, Nature chemistry 4, 598-600 (2012)

Light-harvesting nanotube consisting of double-walled cylindrical aggregates of amphiphilic cyanine dye molecules.

Light-harvesting nanotube consisting of double-walled cylindrical aggregates of amphiphilic cyanine dye molecules.


The redox chemistry of supramolecular nanotubes self-assembled from amphiphilic cyanine dye 3,3′-bis(2-sulfopropyl)-5,5′,6,6′-tetrachloro-1,1′-dioctylbenzimidacarbocyanine (C8S3) in aqueous solution was investigated by spectroelectrochemistry.

The redox chemistry of supramolecular nanotubes self-assembled from amphiphilic cyanine dye 3,3′-bis(2-sulfopropyl)-5,5′,6,6′-tetrachloro-1,1′-dioctylbenzimidacarbocyanine (C8S3) in aqueous solution was investigated by spectroelectrochemistry.

Singular Value Decomposition Analysis of Spectroelectrochemical Redox Chemistry in Supramolecular Dye Nanotubes

Craig W. Cone, Sangik Cho, Jennifer L. Lyon, Dörthe M. Eisele, Jürgen P. Rabe, Keith J. Stevenson, Peter J. Rossky, and David A. Vanden Bout ; The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2011 115, PP 14978-14987 ; DOI: 10.1021/jp2019457


Photoinduced growth of sub-7 nm silver nanowires within a chemically active organic nanotibular template

Dörthe M. Eisele, Hans v. Berlepsch, Christoph Böttcher, Keith J. Stevenson, David A. Vanden Bout, Stefan Kirstein, and Jürgen P. Rabe ; Journal of the American Chemical Society 2010 132 , PP 2104-2105 ; DOI: 10.1021/ja907373h

Self-assembled supramolecular nanotubes of J-aggregated amphiphilic cyanine dye in aqueous solution are employed as chemically active templates for the photoinitiated formation of silver nanowires with a very small and homogeneous diameter of (6.4 ± 0.5) nm.

Self-assembled supramolecular nanotubes of J-aggregated amphiphilic cyanine dye in aqueous solution are employed as chemically active templates for the photoinitiated formation of silver nanowires with a very small and homogeneous diameter of (6.4 ± 0.5) nm.


Graphene‐based optically transparent electrodes (G‐OTEs; see image) with high conductivity, optical transparency, and chemical stability are fabricated by deposition of exfoliated graphite oxide onto quartz substrates, followed by thermal reduction.

Graphene‐based optically transparent electrodes (G‐OTEs; see image) with high conductivity, optical transparency, and chemical stability are fabricated by deposition of exfoliated graphite oxide onto quartz substrates, followed by thermal reduction.

Graphene-based optically transparent electrodes for spectroelectrochemistry in the UV-Vis Region

Weber, C. M., Eisele, D. M., Rabe, J. P., Liang, Y. , Feng, X. , Zhi, L. , Müllen, K. , Lyon, J. L., Williams, R. , Bout, D. A. and Stevenson, K. J, Small 2010, 6: PP 184-189 ; doi:10.1002/smll.200901448


UV-vis Spectroscopy and cyclic voltammetry investigations of tubular J-aggregates of amphphilic cyanine dyes

L L. Lyon, Jennifer & Eisele, Doerthe & Kirstein, Stefan & Rabe, Jürgen & Vanden Bout, David & J. Stevenson, Keith. ECS Transactions 2009. 16 ; DOI:10.1149/1.3104058.


Cylindrical chiral double-walled nanotubular J-aggregates of an amphiphilic cyanine dye molecule

Cylindrical chiral double-walled nanotubular J-aggregates of an amphiphilic cyanine dye molecule

Uniform exciton fluorescence from individual molecular nanotubes immobilized on solid Substrates” (Cover Article)

Eisele, D. M., C. W. Cone, E. A. Bloemsma, S. M. Vlaming, C. G. F. Van Der Kwaak, R. J. Silbey, M. G. Bawendi, J. Knoester, J. P. Rabe, and D. A. Vanden Bout." Nature Chemistry 4 2012, no. 8 : 655-62. doi:10.1038/nchem.1380.


Spectroelectrochemical Investigation of Double-Walled Tubular J-Aggregates of Amphiphilic Cyanine Dyes

Jennifer L. Lyon,†, Dörthe M. Eisele,‡, Stefan Kirstein,‡, Jürgen P. Rabe,‡, David A. Vanden Bout,† and, and Keith J. Stevenson*,† ; The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2008 112 , 1260-1268 ; DOI: 10.1021/jp077412f

 
SCHEME 1: (Left to Right) Chemical Structure of C8S3 Cyanine Dye, Showing the Most Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Regions; Simple Sketch of Bilayer Formation (Not Scaled); Top View of Double-Walled Tubule Formed by the Bilayer (Not Scaled, Simplified); Three-Dimensional Image of Helical, Double-Walled Tubule

SCHEME 1: (Left to Right) Chemical Structure of C8S3 Cyanine Dye, Showing the Most Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Regions; Simple Sketch of Bilayer Formation (Not Scaled); Top View of Double-Walled Tubule Formed by the Bilayer (Not Scaled, Simplified); Three-Dimensional Image of Helical, Double-Walled Tubule