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Hybrid Nanostructures Containing Boron Compounds
Li, Jianwei ; Matějíček, Pavel (advisor) ; Olejniczak, Agnieszka (referee) ; Sedláková, Zdeňka (referee)
Boron cluster compounds (BCCs) are inorganic polyhedral structures. Their unique properties such as high chemical & thermal stability, three-center two-electron bonds, and three- dimensional aromaticity have drawn great attention. Incorporation of BCCs into polymers via covalent bonds or noncovalent interactions are extensively investigated in the recent decades. BCC-containing polymeric materials have been widely reported in the biological applications such as BNCT and enzyme inhibitors, and energy storage for example Li-ion batteries and solution-based Mg batteries. This dissertation is focused on the preparation and characterization of BCC-containing polymeric materials. The synthesized BCC-containing polymeric materials are also evaluated by in vitro experimental for biomedical applications or Li-ion mobility for Li-ion batteries studies. The ideas are to maximally simplify the preparation steps of BCC-containing polymers and deeply understand the physical chemistry properties of BCCs in these materials. Therefore, the studies can be generally divided into two parts: (i) Design of boron-containing hybrid systems. For biological applications, the corresponding BCC-containing polymeric materials must be water-soluble or form stable nanostructures in aqueous solutions. We performed a feasible...

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