• About Helices and Solvents: VCD and more 

      Nieto-Ortega, Belén; Casado-Cordon, Juan; Ramírez, Francisco Javier (2017-03-10)
      Intermolecular forces drive self-organization of molecules, which is ultimately the origin of most the physical and chemical phenomena in Nature. Molecules able to interact themselves by non-covalent forces, as hydrogen ...
    • Chiroptical Spectroscopy of C3 Molecules 

      Nieto-Ortega, Belén; Casado-Cordon, Juan; López-Navarrete, Juan Teodomiro; Ramírez, Francisco Javier (2016-04-22)
      The relevance of molecules with C3 symmetry comes from the fact of many of them, upon assembling as columnar helical macromolecules, are ideal platform for electro-optical devices, for example as liquid crystals. The ...
    • SEQUENTIAL INDUCTION OF CHIRALITY IN POLY(PHENYLACETYLENE)S 

      Medina, Samara; Quiñoá, Emilio; Riguera, Ricardo; Casado-Cordon, Juan; Ramírez, Francisco Javier; [et al.] (2018-09-14)
      Several hierarchical levels of chirality have been detected in functionalized poly(phenylacetylene)s (PPA).1 In this work we have studied the chirality induction throughout these levels in PPA functionalized with phenylglycine ...
    • VCD helps others in molecular aggregates 

      Ramirez-Aguilar, Francisco Javier; Casado-Cordon, Juan (2019-03-25)
      Molecular self-assembly is the driving force of a great number of physical, chemical and biological processes in Nature.1 The properties of the molecular aggregates are markedly dependent on the intermolecular forces which ...