Colloidosomes formed by nonpolar/polar/nonpolar nanoball amphiphiles.


Fullerene-based amphiphiles are able to form bilayer vesicles in aqueous solution. In this study, the self-assembly behavior of polymer-tethered nanoballs (NBs) with nonpolar/polar/nonpolar (n-p-n') motif in a selective solvent is investigated by dissipative particle dynamics. A model NB bears two hydrophobic polymeric arms (n'-part) tethered on an… (More)
DOI: 10.1063/1.4891516


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@article{Chang2014ColloidosomesFB, title={Colloidosomes formed by nonpolar/polar/nonpolar nanoball amphiphiles.}, author={H. Chang and Sheng-Hung Tu and Yu-Jane Sheng and Heng-Kwong Tsao}, journal={The Journal of chemical physics}, year={2014}, volume={141 5}, pages={054906} }