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Facile synthesis of complex multi-component organic and organic–magnetic inorganic nanocomposite particles

22-11-2012 | Marco Giardiello; Tom O. McDonald; Phillip Martin; Andrew Owen; Steve P. Rannard, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012

A generic in situ method for producing triple component hydrophobic inorganic–organic nanocomposite particles, using a combination of modified emulsion templating and freeze-drying, is presented. Model nanocomposite particles have been developed bearing up to three hydrophobic ingredients chosen ...

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Synthesis and characterization of Mg2Si/Si nanocomposites prepared from MgH2 and silicon, and their thermoelectric properties

22-11-2012 | Tanghong Yi; Shaoping Chen; Shawn Li; Hao Yang; Sabah Bux; Zhixi Bian; Nebil A. Katcho; Ali Shakouri; Natalio Mingo; ..., Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012

Silicon (Si) nanoparticles embedded in a Mg2Si matrix (Mg2Si/xSi) have been successfully synthesized at 623 K from MgH2 and Bi containing Si nanoparticle powders. The use of MgH2 in this synthetic route avoids the formation of oxides through the generation of hydrogen and provides a route to ...

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Polymer-derived nanoporous silicon carbide with monodisperse spherical pores

21-11-2012 | Claudia Hoffmann; Tim Biemelt; Andreas Seifert; Katja Pinkert; Thomas Gemming; Stefan Spange; Stefan Kaskel, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012

The synthesis of polymer-derived nanoporous silicon carbide with monodisperse spherical pores is described. An incipient wetness method was used to fill the interparticle voids of microemulsion-derived silica nanospheres with the polycarbosilane SMP-10. The spheres have a very narrow diameter ...

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Assembly of oriented iron oxide and zeolite crystals via biopolymer films

21-11-2012 | Ming Zhou; Jonas Hedlund, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012

Biopolymers are developed as functional intermediate linkers for the assembly of nano and submicron-sized crystals. Mediated by the interlayers, iron oxide and zeolite crystals with varied shapes (cubic, ellipsoidal, and discoidal) are organized into uniformly oriented monolayers on glass plates ...

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Improved anti-proliferative effect of doxorubicin-containing polymer nanoparticles upon surface modification with cationic groups

21-11-2012 | Sai Archana Krovi; Elden P. Swindell; Thomas V. O'Halloran; SonBinh T. Nguyen, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012

Polymer nanoparticles (PNPs) possessing a high density of drug payload have been successfully stabilized against aggregation in biological buffers after amine modification, which renders these PNPs positively charged. The resulting charge-stabilized PNPs retain their original narrow particle size ...

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Synthesis and characterization of in situ Fe2O3-coated FeF3 cathode materials for rechargeable lithium batteries

21-11-2012 | Wei Zhang; Lin Ma; Hongjun Yue; Yong Yang, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012

Here, a novel architecture of a core–shell structured FeF3@Fe2O3 composite with particle size of 100–150 nm and tunable Fe2O3 content is synthesized by a simple heat treatment process utilizing FeF3 with fine network structure as precursor. The structure, morphology and electrochemical ...

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Creation of nanoporous tantalum (Ta)-incorporated titanium (Ti) surface onto Ti implants by sputtering of Ta in Ar under extremely high negative substrate biases

21-11-2012 | Vuong-Hung Pham; Tae-Sik Jang; Hyun-Do Jung; Hyoun-Ee Kim; Young-Hag Koh, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012

The development of new surface modification techniques for improving the biological performances (i.e., osseointegration) and long-term stability of Ti implants is one of the most active research areas in dental and orthopedic implant industries. We herein propose a novel, simple way of creating ...

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Here's to the future

21-11-2012 | Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012

Liz Dunn (Editor) and Seth Marder (Chair of the Editorial Board) commemorate Journal of Materials Chemistry and look back over some of the highlights of the last 22 years.

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Correlation of micellar structures with surface-plasmon-coupled fluorescence in a strategy for fluorescence enhancement

21-11-2012 | Ki-Se Kim; Hun Kim; Jeong-Hee Kim; Jin-Hyung Kim; Chang-Lyoul Lee; Frédéric Laquai; Seong Il Yoo; Byeong-Hyeok Sohn, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012

The understanding of underlying phenomena of localized surface plasmon resonance of metal nanoparticles (NPs) enables the unique control on the intrinsic properties of fluorophores in the proximity of metal NPs. While other parameters have to be considered, the near-field interactions between ...

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Au@SiO2 nanoparticles coupling co-sensitizers for synergic efficiency enhancement of dye sensitized solar cells

21-11-2012 | Haoran Li; Wei Hong; Feiyang Cai; Qi Tang; Yang Yan; Xiaobin Hu; Binyuan Zhao; Di Zhang; Zhou Xu, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012

A new configuration of a co-sensitized DSSC was proposed, in which different dye molecules are deposited onto the electrodes layer-by-layer, with Au@SiO2 nanoparticles uniformly distributed in the electrodes. Au@SiO2 nanoparticles coupled with dye pairs were proven to have a synergic effect: not ...

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