State Key Laboratory of
KUN LIU'S GROUP                Supramolecular Structure and Materials
                                          College of Chemistry, Jilin University

Polymer, Nanoparticles, and Self-Assembly


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To understand the interfacial mechanisms of polymer grafted inorganic nanoparticles, our research has been focused on novel inorganic/organic interactions, new characterization of the  microstructures of grafted polymer ligands, and macromolecular-mediated chiral assembly of plasmonic nanoparticles. The main achievements are as the follows:


1) the strategies for polymer-directed shape- and size-controlled growth of Aluminium nanocrystals and their stabilization;


2) new characterization methods for the microstructures of grafted polymers and their interaction with surrounding medium;


3) a series of approaches for the chiral assembly of plasmonic nanoparticles with giant g-factors mediated by macromolecular ligands and the development of practical applications of plasmonic enhanced chiral materials.