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Dual-responsive vesicles formed by an amphiphile appended two tetrathiafulvalene units in aqueous solution

25-Nov-2015 | Li-Zhu Wu; Xiao-Jun Wang; Ling-Bao Xing; Bin Chen; Ying Quan; Chen Ho Tung, Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 2015

The first example of tetrathiafulvalene (TTF)-based vesicle fabricated in water solution with 1 vol% tetrahydrofuran that could be prevented by chemical oxidant Fe(ClO4)3 or electron-deficient cyclobis(paraquat-p-phenylene) tetracation cyclophane (CBPQT4+) is described.


In situ 2D-extraction of DNA wheels by 3D through-solution transport

25-Nov-2015 | Yusuke Yonamine; Keitel Cervantes-Salguero; Waka Nakanishi; Ibuki Kawamata; Kosuke Minami; Hirokazu Komatsu; Satoshi ..., Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2015

Controlled transfer of DNA nanowheels from a hydrophilic to a hydrophobic surface was achieved by complexation of the nanowheels with a cationic lipid (2C12N+). 2D surface-assisted extraction, ‘2D-extraction’, enabled structure-persistent transfer of DNA wheels, which could not be achieved by ...


A Light Sensitive Self-Assembled Nanogel as a Tecton for Protein Patterning Materials.

25-Nov-2015 | Tomoki Nishimura; Masahiro Takara; Sada-atsu Mukai; Shin-ichi Sawada; Yoshihiro Sasaki; Kazunari Akiyoshi, Chemical Communication, 2015

A self-assembled nanogel is constructed from light-sensitive cholesteryl pullulan (Ls-CHP) by using photo-labile ortho-nitrobenzyl (o-NB) units. The nanogel-based film is obtained by evaporation of the Ls-CHP nanogel solution. Exposure of the resulting nanogel-based film to light with a mask ...


A flow visualization and superposition rheology study of shear-banding wormlike micelle solutions

25-Nov-2015 | Hadi Mohammadigoushki; Susan J. Muller, Soft Matter, 2015

In this paper, we use rheometry and flow visualization to study the dynamics of the interface between shear bands in a wormlike micellar solution sheared between concentric cylinders, i.e., in a Taylor–Couette (TC) cell, and to evaluate the stress diffusion coefficient and the stress correlation ...


Synthesis and characterisation of Li11RE18M4O39-d: RE = Nd or Sm; M = Al, Co or Fe

25-Nov-2015 | A R West; Yao-Chang Chen; Nik Reeves-McLaren; Chaou Tan; Paul Bingham; Sue Forder, Dalton Transactions, 2015

Four new phases of general formula, Li11RE18M4O39-δ : REM = NdAl, NdCo, SmCo, SmFe, have been synthesised and characterised. The NdCo phase also forms a solid solution with variable Li content (and charge compensation by either oxygen vacancies or variable transition metal oxidation state). The ...


One pot synthesis of environmentally friendly lignin nanoparticles with compressed liquid carbon dioxide as an antisolvent

25-Nov-2015 | Aye Aye Myint; Hun Wook Lee; Bumjoon Seo; Won-Su Son; Junho Yoon; Tae Jun Yoon; Hee Jeong Park; Jihyun Yu; Jeyong Yo ..., Green Chemistry, 2015

Nanoparticles from the commercial kraft lignin were developed using a facile, one pot green technology of compressed CO2 antisolvent. N,N,-dimethylformamide (DMF) was employed as an organic solvent to prepare the lignin solution. The effects of various process parameters: temperature, pressure, ...


Mesoporous In2O3 nanocrystals: synthesis, characterization and NOx gas sensor at room temperature

25-Nov-2015 | Jun Gao; Hongyuan Wu; Jiao Zhou; Liyuan Yao; Guo Zhang; Shuang Xu; Yu Xie; Li Li; Keying Shi, New Journal of Chemistry, 2015

Mesoporous In2O3 nanocrystals (INS) were successfully prepared using SBA-16 as the template. The INS-3 synthesized by the 0.3 M In(NO3)3 solution had 7.27 nm mean pore size and 82.32 m2•g-1 specific surface area, the mesoporous In2O3 nanocrystals were interconnected In2O3 small-grain (~ 5 nm) ...


Accordion-like swelling of layered perovskite crystals via massive permeation of aqueous solutions into 2D oxide galleries

25-Nov-2015 | Yeji Song; Nobuo Iyi; Tatsumasa Hoshide; Tadashi C. Ozawa; Yasuo Ebina; Renzhi Ma; Nobuyoshi Miyamoto; Takayoshi Sasaki, Chemical Communication, 2015

Platelet crystals of a layered perovskite showed massive accordion-like swelling in a tetrabutylammonium hydroxide solution. The permeation of the solution induced the huge expansion of the interlayer spacing as well as the crystal thickness up to 50-fold, leading to a very high water content of


Phototransformation-Pattern of Antiplatelet Drug Tirofiban in Aqueous Solution, Relevant To Drug Delivery and Storage.

25-Nov-2015 | Théo Henriet; Philippe Henri Secretan; Fatma Amrani; Hassane Sadou-Yaye; Mélisande Bernard; Audrey Solgadi; Najet Ya ..., New Journal of Chemistry, 2015

Tirofiban is a synthetic, nonpeptidic fibrinogen receptor antagonist used as antiplatelet drug by intravenous delivery. As the active pharmaceutical ingredient may undergo light exposure during manufacturing, storage and/or delivery, there is a need to acquire an extensive knowledge of its major ...


On the stability of foams made with surfactant bilayer phases

25-Nov-2015 | Zenaida Briceño; Amir Maldonado; Marianne Imperor-Clerc; D Langevin, Soft Matter, 2015

The stability of foams made with sponge phases (L3 phases) and lamellar phases (L phases), both containing surfactant bilayers, has been investigated. The extreme stability of foams made with lamellar phases seems essentially due to the high viscosity of the foaming solution, which slows down ...


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