Smart inorganic/organic hybrid microgels: Synthesis and characterisation

Karg M, Hellweg T (2009)
Journal of Materials Chemistry 19(46): 8714-8727.

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Responsive hybrid colloids containing both organic and inorganic components have been the subject of many investigations in recent years. These new materials combine the stimuli-responsiveness of some polymer-based colloids with the unique properties of inorganic nanoparticles. This article will review the different possible variations of such hybrid colloids. Moreover, synthetic approaches, methods of characterisation, and a few applications will be discussed. Due to the rather high number of recent publications dealing with hybrid materials based on a variety of polymers, we will mainly focus on responsive hybrid microgels made of poly(N-isopropyl-acrylamide) or poly(N-vinylcaprolactam) in aqueous media.
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Karg M, Hellweg T. Smart inorganic/organic hybrid microgels: Synthesis and characterisation. Journal of Materials Chemistry. 2009;19(46):8714-8727.
Karg, M., & Hellweg, T. (2009). Smart inorganic/organic hybrid microgels: Synthesis and characterisation. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 19(46), 8714-8727.
Karg, M., and Hellweg, T. (2009). Smart inorganic/organic hybrid microgels: Synthesis and characterisation. Journal of Materials Chemistry 19, 8714-8727.
Karg, M., & Hellweg, T., 2009. Smart inorganic/organic hybrid microgels: Synthesis and characterisation. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 19(46), p 8714-8727.
M. Karg and T. Hellweg, “Smart inorganic/organic hybrid microgels: Synthesis and characterisation”, Journal of Materials Chemistry, vol. 19, 2009, pp. 8714-8727.
Karg, M., Hellweg, T.: Smart inorganic/organic hybrid microgels: Synthesis and characterisation. Journal of Materials Chemistry. 19, 8714-8727 (2009).
Karg, Matthias, and Hellweg, Thomas. “Smart inorganic/organic hybrid microgels: Synthesis and characterisation”. Journal of Materials Chemistry 19.46 (2009): 8714-8727.
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