A self-assembly structure (SA) can be defined as the spontaneous and reversible organization of polymeric macromolecular units into ordered structures by non-covalent interactions. The first property of a self-assembled system is the spontaneity of the process: the interactions responsible for the formation of the self-assembled system act on a strictly local level—in other words, the nanostructure builds itself.

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