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Applicant:
Central University of Tamil Nadu 
Author:
Mr T Mohan Das  
Corresponding Authors:
M. K. Dhinakaran, K. Soundarajan 
DOI #:
10.1039/c4nj00415a 
Title:
Synthesis of novel benzimidazole-carbazole- N-glycosylamines and their self-assembly into nanofibers 
Journal:
New Journal of Chemistry 
Year:
2014 
Volume:
38 
Page:
4371-4379 
Keywords:
benzimidazole-carbazole- N-glycosylamines, supergelators, self-assembly, Powder XRD analysis 
Abstract:
A novel class of alkyl-benzimidazole-carbazole based N-glycosylamines were synthesised in good yield. The identities of the synthesised compounds were confirmed using 1H and 13C NMR. The molecular mass of representative samples was also confirmed using MALDI-TOF and EI-mass analysis. From the 1H NMR analysis of N-glycosylamines the existence of the anomeric proton in b-configuration was identified and further supported by 1H–1H COSY and 2D-ROESY NMR analysis of the representative sample. All the N-glycosylamines were good gelators for aliphatic rather than aromatic solvents. Out of six gelators synthesised five were identified as supergelators, since they gelate at low CGC (o1%). The representative gel sample was characterized using SEM, HR-TEM, rheology and powder XRD. Microscopic analysis evidenced the self-assembly of N-glycosylamines into nanofibers. 
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Mohan Das Thangamuthu on 2020-09-02 
 
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