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Design and Preparation of Poly‐Selenides: Easily Fabricated and Efficient Organoselenium Materials for Heavy Metal Removing and Recycling
Reaction of 1,4-bis(chloromethyl)benzene with the in situ-generated NaHSe afforded a facile fabrication method of poly-selenide, a novel organoselenium material which was found to be efficient for
Janus Particles Templated by Janus Emulsions and Application as a Pickering Emulsifier.
The proposed strategy is a universal technique in the synthesis of a family of composite polymeric JPs with both chemical and shape anisotropy in the fabrication of Janus particles templated by Janus emulsions.
Synthesis, in vitro cytotoxicity, and structure-activity relationships (SAR) of multidentate oxidovanadium(iv) complexes as anticancer agents.
These findings provide an accessible model system to exploit V-based complexes as potential simple, safe and effective multifunctional antitumor agents and open up a rational approach to shed new light on the selection and optimization of ideal drug candidates.
Controlled Group Motion of Anisotropic Janus Droplets Prepared by One-step Vortex Mixing.
Responsible Janus droplets with intrinsic magnetic anisotropy were fabricated taking advantage of the traditional one-step vortex mixing which guarantees large-scale production and induced excellent performances in pollutant adsorption and separation, switchable conductivities, and the size grading.
Aggregation of tetrameric acid in xylene and its interaction with asphaltenes by isothermal titration calorimetry
This paper describes the self-association of tetrameric acids (TA) and their interactions with asphaltenes using isothermal titration calorimetry. In order to visualize the importance of molecular
Self-assembled Dual Helical Nanofibers of Amphiphilic Perylene Diimides with Oligopeptide Substituted.
An asymmetric amphiphilic perylene diimide with oligopeptide substituting one of the imides with self-assembly mechanism investigated and right-handed "dual" helical nanofibers/nanowires with uniform lateral dimension of ~8 nm are constructively self-assembled.
Interfacial and Emulsion Stabilizing Properties of Indigenous Acidic and Esterified Asphaltenes
This article describes interfacial properties of acidic asphaltenes and their ability to stabilize emulsions. Asphaltenes extracted from crude oil were esterified with methanol to prevent ionization
Aggregation of double-tailed ionic liquid 1,3-dioctylimidazolium bromide and the interaction with triblock copolymer F127.
The aggregation of ionic liquid-based double-tailed surfactant, 1,3-dioctylimidazolium bromide ([Doim]Br) and its interaction with pluronic copolymer F127 were systematically investigated by nuclear
Batch-Scale Preparation of Reverse Janus Emulsions.
The approach proposed provides vehicle for the synthesis of aqueous-based materials with various advanced morphologies by reducing the relatively higher water/oil interfacial tensions to a comparable value of water/water interface by employing a fluorocarbon surfactant.