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Carbon Quantum Dot-Based Fluorescent Vesicles and Chiral Hydrogels with Biosurfactant and Biocompatible Small Molecule

26-Jun-2018 | Xiaofeng Sun; Guihua Li; Yanji Yin; Yiqiang Zhang; Hongguang Li, Soft Matter, 2018

In recent years, it is heartening to witness that carbon quantum dots (CQDs), a rising star in the family of carbon nanomaterials, have displayed tremendous applications in bioimaging, biosensing, drug delivery, optoelectronics, photovoltaics and photocatalysis. However, the investigations toward ...

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Materials, Vol. 11, Pages 1069: Boron Nitride Nanosheets/PNIPAM Hydrogels with Improved Thermo-Responsive Performance

24-Jun-2018 | Xue, Shishan ; Wu, Yuanpeng ; Wang, Jiemin ; Guo, Meiling ; Liu, Dan ; Lei, Weiwei, Materials, 2018

Materials, Vol. 11, Pages 1069: Boron Nitride Nanosheets/PNIPAM Hydrogels with Improved Thermo-Responsive Performance Materials doi: 10.3390/ma11071069 Authors: Shishan Xue Yuanpeng Wu Jiemin Wang Meiling Guo Dan Liu Weiwei Lei Thermo-responsive hydrogel is an important ...

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Self-assembly and soluble aggregate behavior of computationally designed coiled-coil peptide bundles

20-Jun-2018 | Michael John Haider; Huixi Violet Zhang; Nairiti J Sinha; Jeffrey Fagan; Kristi Kiick; Jeffery G. Saven; Darrin Pochan, Soft Matter, 2018

Coiled-coil peptides have proven useful in a range of materials applications ranging from the formation of well-defined fibrils to responsive hydrogels. The ability to design from first principles their oligomerization and subsequent higher order assembly offers their expanded use in producing ...

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High strength and anti-fatigue nanocomposite hydrogels prepared via self-initiated free radical polymerization triggered by daylight

12-Jun-2018 | Bo Xu; Yuwei Liu; Yu Li; Lanlan Wang; Nannan Li; Min Fu; Ping Wang; Qiang Wang, New Journal of Chemistry, 2018

Nanocomposite hydrogels (NC gels) consisting of copolymer of acrylamide (AM) and 2-methoxyethyl acrylate (MEA) and titania nanoparticles (TiO2 NPs) as both inorganic cross-linking agents and photo-initiators were synthesized. Especially, the formation of hydrogels can be realized under daylight ...

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Molecules, Vol. 23, Pages 1405: Cellulose Nanofiber Biotemplated Palladium Composite Aerogels

09-Jun-2018 | Burpo, Fred J.; Mitropoulos, Alexander N.; Nagelli, Enoch A.; Palmer, Jesse L.; Morris, Lauren A.; Ryu, Madelin ..., Molecules, 2018

Molecules, Vol. 23, Pages 1405: Cellulose Nanofiber Biotemplated Palladium Composite Aerogels Molecules doi: 10.3390/molecules23061405 Authors: Fred J. Burpo Alexander N. Mitropoulos Enoch A. Nagelli Jesse L. Palmer Lauren A. Morris Madeline Y. Ryu J. Kenneth ...

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A catalyst-free, temperature controlled gelation system for in-mold fabrication of microgels

06-Jun-2018 | Andreas Josef Dietrich Krüger; Jens Koehler; Stefan Cichosz; Jonas Christopher Rose; David Benedikt Gehlen; Tam ..., Chemical Communication, 2018

Anisometric microgels are prepared via thermal crosslinking using an in-mold polymerization technique. Star-shaped poly(ethylene oxide-stat-propylene oxide), end-modified with amine and epoxy groups, form hydrogels, of which the mechanical properties and gelation rate can be adjusted by the ...

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Restoration of paper artworks with microemulsions confined in hydrogels for safe and efficient removal of adhesive tapes [Chemistry]

05-Jun-2018 | Nicole Bonelli; Costanza Montis; Antonio Mirabile; Debora Berti; Piero Baglioni, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2018

From Dead Sea Scrolls to Federico Fellini and Lucio Fontana drawings, pressure-sensitive tapes (PSTs) have been used as adhesive fasteners or as part of temporary conservation treatments that frequently became permanent. Their safe and efficient removal poses ethical and aesthetic questions: ...

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Exploiting the conformational-selection mechanism to control the response kinetics of a “smart” DNA hydrogel

01-Jun-2018 | Anna J. Simon; Luke T. Walls-Smith; Kevin W. Plaxco, Analyst, 2018

The sequence-specific hybridization and molecular recognition properties of DNA support the construction of stimulus-responsive hydrogels with precisely controlled crosslink geometry. Here we show that, as predicted by the conformational selection mechanism, the response kinetics of such a ...

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Exploiting the conformational-selection mechanism to control the response kinetics of a “smart” DNA hydrogel

01-Jun-2018 | Anna J. Simon; Luke T. Walls-Smith; Kevin W. Plaxco, Analyst, 2018

The sequence-specific hybridization and molecular recognition properties of DNA support the construction of stimulus-responsive hydrogels with precisely controlled crosslink geometry. Here we show that, as predicted by the conformational selection mechanism, the response kinetics of such a ...

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Is a cross-β-sheet structure of low molecular weight peptides necessary for the formation of fibrils and peptide hydrogels?

01-Jun-2018 | Niranjan V. Ilawe; Reinhard Schweitzer-Stenner; David DiGuiseppi; Bryan M. Wong, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2018

Short peptides have emerged as versatile building blocks for supramolecular structures and hydrogels. In particular, the presence of aromatic amino acid residues and/or aromatic end groups is generally considered to be a prerequisite for initiating aggregation of short peptides into nanotubes or ...

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