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A Noncontact Dibutyl Phthalate Sensor Based on a Wireless-Electrodeless QCM-D Modified with Nano-Structured Nickel Hydroxide
A DBP sensor based on a homemade wireless-electrodeless quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation (QCM-D) coated with nano-structured nickel hydroxide, which achieved a sensitivity of 7.3 Hz/ppb and an ultra-low detection limit of 0.4 ppb of DBP has been achieved. Expand
Versatile Surface Modification of Hydrogels by Surface-Initiated, Cu0-Mediated Controlled Radical Polymerization
Surface-initiated controlled radical polymerization mediated by a Cu0 plate (SI-Cu0 CRP) emerges as a versatile and efficient method for the functionalization of the exposed surfaces of hydrogelsExpand
Graphene oxide/chitosan nanocomposite coated quartz crystal microbalance sensor for detection of amine vapors
Abstract Graphene oxide/chitosan (GO/CS) nanocomposite was synthesized using a facile method and employed as the sensing material of a quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) sensor to detect amine vapors.Expand
Thermoresponsive Semi-IPN Hydrogel Microfibers from Continuous Fluidic Processing with High Elasticity and Fast Actuation.
By using a microfluidic device with double coaxial laminar flow, this work succeeded in fabricating temperature responsive ("smart") hydrogel microfibers with core-shell structures that exhibit typical diameters on the order of 100 μm, which can be used to fabricate "smart" devices. Expand
Hydrogels with a Memory: Dual-Responsive, Organometallic Poly(ionic liquid)s with Hysteretic Volume-Phase Transition
Interestingly, the as-formed hydrogels display an unusual, strongly hysteretic volume-phase transition indicating useful thermal memory properties, and represents a new dual-responsive materials platform. Expand
Breathing pores on command: redox-responsive spongy membranes from poly(ferrocenylsilane)s.
By taking advantage of the structure changes in the oxidized and reduced states, the porous membrane exhibits reversible permeability control and shows great potential in gated filtration, catalysis, and controlled release. Expand
A wireless-electrodeless quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation DMMP sensor
Abstract Highly sensitive chemical warfare agents (CWAs) detection is demanded against the usage of the CWAs for war or terrorism aims. A dimethyl methylphosphonate (DMMP), simulant for sarin,Expand
Highly Swellable, Dual-Responsive Hydrogels Based on PNIPAM and Redox Active Poly(ferrocenylsilane) Poly(ionic liquid)s: Synthesis, Structure, and Properties.
The hydrogel is employed as a reducing environment for the in situ fabrication of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs), forming AuNP-hydrogel composites, and the localized surface plasmon resonance peak of the as-synthesized Au nanoparticles inside the hydrogels could be tuned by altering the temperature. Expand
Thermoresponsive Membranes from Electrospun Mats with Switchable Wettability for Efficient Oil/Water Separations
A simple and versatile method is described to obtain polycaprolactone (PCL) porous membranes, consisting of fibers prepared by electrospinning. The surface of the fibers is modified by graftingExpand
Organometallic polymers for electrode decoration in sensing applications
Macromolecules containing metals combine the processing advantages of polymers with the functionality offered by the metal centers. This review outlines the progress and recent developments in theExpand