Published June 11, 2024 | Version v1.0.0
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Support Data to "Interface flexibility controls the nucleation and growth of supramolecular networks"

  • 1. École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
  • 1. ROR icon École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
  • 2. University of Bristol

Description

Overview

This repository contains the inputs and support data for the publication "Interface Flexibility Controls the Nucleation and Growth of Supramolecular Networks," which is currently under review in Nature Chemistry.

Folder Structure
Each subfolder is named after the primary method used to obtain the data. The internal structure may vary depending on whether it was more convenient to organize the data by the figure they were used for or by the structures analyzed. Each folder includes a detailed README.md file providing further information.

Files

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Additional details

Funding

QUANTIFYING COMPLEX MULTIVALENCY THROUGH PRECISION ENGINEERING 181137
Swiss National Science Foundation
Video-rate nanomechanical properties mapping using atomic force microscopy 182562
Swiss National Science Foundation
InCell – High speed AFM imaging of molecular processes inside living cells 773091
European Commission
EPFLinnovators – The launch of a new industrial PhD programme at EPFL 754354
European Commission
Synthetic Biology Research Centre, BrisSynBio BB/L013858X/1
UK Research and Innovation

Software

Repository URL
https://github.com/mosayebi/PatchyDisc
Programming language
C++
Development Status
Wip