Beatriu Escuder
Beatriu Escuder
Associate Professor Organic Chemistry, Universitat Jaume I
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High‐tech applications of self‐assembling supramolecular nanostructured gel‐phase materials: from regenerative medicine to electronic devices
AR Hirst, B Escuder, JF Miravet, DK Smith
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 47 (42), 8002-8018, 2008
Low-molecular-weight gelators: elucidating the principles of gelation based on gelator solubility and a cooperative self-assembly model
AR Hirst, IA Coates, TR Boucheteau, JF Miravet, B Escuder, V Castelletto, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (28), 9113-9121, 2008
Control of molecular gelation by chemical stimuli
MD Segarra-Maset, VJ Nebot, JF Miravet, B Escuder
Chemical Society Reviews 42 (17), 7086-7098, 2013
Supramolecular gels as active media for organic reactions and catalysis
B Escuder, F Rodríguez-Llansola, JF Miravet
New Journal of Chemistry 34 (6), 1044-1054, 2010
Insight on the NMR study of supramolecular gels and its application to monitor molecular recognition on self-assembled fibers
B Escuder, M LLusar, JF Miravet
The Journal of organic chemistry 71 (20), 7747-7752, 2006
“High‐Tech”‐Anwendungen von supramolekularen nanostrukturierten Gelmaterialien–von der regenerativen Medizin bis hin zu elektronischen Bauelementen
AR Hirst, B Escuder, JF Miravet, DK Smith
Angewandte Chemie 120 (42), 8122-8139, 2008
Switchable Perfomance of an l-Proline-Derived Basic Catalyst Controlled by Supramolecular Gelation
F Rodriguez-Llansola, B Escuder, JF Miravet
Journal of the American Chemical Society 131 (32), 11478-11484, 2009
Self‐assembly of two‐component gels: stoichiometric control and component selection
AR Hirst, JF Miravet, B Escuder, L Noirez, V Castelletto, IW Hamley, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 15 (2), 372-379, 2009
Peptide‐based molecular hydrogels as supramolecular protein mimics
N Singh, M Kumar, JF Miravet, RV Ulijn, B Escuder
Chemistry–A European Journal 23 (5), 981-993, 2017
Organogel formation by coaggregation of adaptable amidocarbamates and their tetraamide analogues
B Escuder, S Martí, JF Miravet
Langmuir 21 (15), 6776-6787, 2005
A supramolecular hydrogel as a reusable heterogeneous catalyst for the direct aldol reaction
F Rodríguez-Llansola, JF Miravet, B Escuder
Chemical communications, 7303-7305, 2009
Selective and highly efficient dye scavenging by a pH-responsive molecular hydrogelator
F Rodríguez-Llansola, B Escuder, JF Miravet, D Hermida-Merino, ...
Chemical communications 46 (42), 7960-7962, 2010
Molecular Hydrogels from Bolaform Amino Acid Derivatives: A Structure–Properties Study Based on the Thermodynamics of Gel Solubilization
VJ Nebot, J Armengol, J Smets, SF Prieto, B Escuder, JF Miravet
Chemistry–A European Journal 18 (13), 4063-4072, 2012
Influence of the solvent on the self-assembly of a modified amyloid beta peptide fragment. II. NMR and computer simulation investigation
IW Hamley, DR Nutt, GD Brown, JF Miravet, B Escuder, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 114 (2), 940-951, 2010
Self‐Assembly of Small Peptidomimetic Cyclophanes
J Becerril, MI Burguete, B Escuder, F Galindo, R Gavara, JF Miravet, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 10 (16), 3879-3890, 2004
Pyridine-functionalised ambidextrous gelators: towards catalytic gels
JF Miravet, B Escuder
Chemical communications, 5796-5798, 2005
Sodium and pH responsive hydrogel formation by the supramolecular system calix [4] pyrrole derivative/tetramethylammonium cation
B Verdejo, F Rodríguez-Llansola, B Escuder, JF Miravet, P Ballester
Chemical Communications 47 (7), 2017-2019, 2011
Functional molecular gels
B Escuder, JF Miravet
Royal Society of Chemistry, 2013
Supramolecular Catalysis with Extended Aggregates and Gels: Inversion of Stereoselectivity Caused by Self‐Assembly
F Rodríguez‐Llansola, JF Miravet, B Escuder
Chemistry–A European Journal 16 (28), 8480-8486, 2010
Reactive organogels: Self-assembled support for functional materials
JF Miravet, B Escuder
Organic Letters 7 (22), 4791-4794, 2005
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