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Fabrication of Thermosensitive, Star-Shaped poly (L-Lactide)-block-poly (N-isopropylacrylamide) Copolymers with Porphyrin Core for Photodynamic Therapy

22-Mar-2015 | Author(s): Xiao-Hui Dai , Hua Jin , Mei-Hong Cai , Hao Wang , Zhi-Ping Zhou , Jian-Ming Pan , Xiao-Hong Wang ..., Reactive and Functional Polymers, 2015

Publication date: April 2015 Source:Reactive and Functional Polymers, Volume 89 Author(s): Xiao-Hui Dai , Hua Jin , Mei-Hong Cai , Hao Wang , Zhi-Ping Zhou , Jian-Ming Pan , Xiao-Hong Wang , Yong-Sheng Yan , Dong-Ming Liu , Lin Sun Thermosensitive, star-shaped porphyrin-cored ...

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Self‐Template‐Directed Synthesis of Porous Perovskite Nanowires at Room Temperature for High‐Performance Visible‐Light Photodetectors

17-Mar-2015 | Sifei Zhuo, Jingfang Zhang, Yanmei Shi, Yi Huang, Bin Zhang, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2015

Abstract The unique optoelectronic properties and promising photovoltaic applications of organolead halide perovskites have driven the exploration of facile strategies to synthesize organometal halide perovskites and corresponding hybrid materials and devices. Currently, the preparation of ...

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Crystal structure of aluminum sulfate hexadecahydrate and its morphology

16-Mar-2015 | Xiaoxue Sun, Yuzhu Sun, Jianguo Yu, Crystal Research and Technology, 2015

A single‐crystal structure of aluminum sulfate hexadecahydrate (Al2(SO4)3·16H2O) was captured with a polarizing microscope. The structure was similar to a hexagonal plate and consistent with the predicted morphology derived from the modified AE model. An octagonal plate morphology was first ...

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Poly(3-hydroxyalkanoate)-grafted carbon nanotube nanofillers as reinforcing agent for PHAs-based electrospun mats

15-Mar-2015 | Author(s): C. Mangeon , S. Mahouche-Chergui , D.L. Versace , M. Guerrouache , B. Carbonnier , V. Langlois , E. ..., Reactive and Functional Polymers, 2015

Publication date: Available online 14 March 2015 Source:Reactive and Functional Polymers Author(s): C. Mangeon , S. Mahouche-Chergui , D.L. Versace , M. Guerrouache , B. Carbonnier , V. Langlois , E. Renard Poly(3-hydroxyalkanoate)s, PHAs, have been covalently grafted onto the ...

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Thermal properties and degradation behavior of poly(1,4‐butylene adipate)/modified layered double hydroxide nanocomposites

13-Mar-2015 | Mei‐Chen Chu, Yi‐Tong Hang, Yi‐An Chen, Tzong‐Ming Wu, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015

ABSTRACT In this study, poly(1,4‐butylene adipate) (PBA)/organomodified layered double hydroxide (m‐LDH) nanocomposites were synthesized and characterized as a new material for green materials use. m‐LDH was initially prepared with magnesium nitrate hexahydrate, aluminum nitrate‐9‐hydrate, ...

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ZnO Binding Peptides: Smart Versatile Tools for Controlled Modification of ZnO Growth Mechanism and Morphology

13-Mar-2015 | Marion J. Limo; Rajesh Ramasamy; Carole C. Perry, Chemistry of Materials, 2015

Material binding peptides are proving to have great potential in improving material synthesis and advancing device fabrication; however, their specificity and interaction mechanisms with target surfaces remain largely elusive. This study contributes to the developing understanding of fundamental ...

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A perspective on underlying crystal growth mechanisms in biomineralization: solution mediated growth versus nanosphere particle accretion

11-Mar-2015 | Assaf Gal; Steve Weiner; Lia Addadi, CrystEngComm, 2015

Many organisms form crystals from transient amorphous precursor phases. In cases where the precursor phases were imaged, they were seen to consist of nanosphere particles. Interestingly, some mature biogenic crystals also have a nanosphere particle morphology, but some are characterized by ...

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NMR Techniques for Noble Metal Nanoparticles

11-Mar-2015 | Lauren E. Marbella; Jill E. Millstone, Chemistry of Materials, 2015

Solution phase noble metal nanoparticle growth reactions are comprised of deceptively simple steps. Analytical methods with high chemical, spatial, and temporal resolution are crucial to understanding these reactions and subsequent nanoparticle properties. However, approaches for the ...

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Asymmetric polysulfone gas separation membranes treated by low pressure DC glow discharge plasmas

07-Mar-2015 | Chalad Yuenyao, Yutthana Tirawanichakul, Thawat Chittrakarn, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015

ABSTRACT Asymmetric polysulfone (PSF) gas separation membranes were prepared at different conditions such as non‐solvent concentration, evaporation time (ET) and coagulation bath temperature (CBT). In addition, effects of low‐pressure DC glow discharge plasma on the characteristics of PSF ...

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A comparative study on the self‐assembly of an amyloid‐like peptide at water–solid interfaces and in bulk solutions

06-Mar-2015 | Qiqige Du, Bin Dai, Jiahua Hou, Jun Hu, Feng Zhang, Yi Zhang, Microscopy Research and Technique, 2015

Abstract In the past years the self‐assembly of amyloid‐like peptides has attracted increasing attentions, because it is highly related to neurodegenerative diseases and has a potential for serving as nanomaterial to fabricate novel and useful nanostructures. In this paper, we focused on the ...

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