Influence of Ionic Strength on the Deposition of Metal-Phenolic Networks.

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Metal-phenolic networks (MPNs) are a versatile class of self-assembled materials that are able to form functional thin films on various substrates with potential applications in areas including drug delivery and catalysis. Different metal ions (e.g., FeIII, CuII) and phenols (e.g., tannic acid, gallic acid) have been investigated for MPN film assembly… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.7b02692

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@article{Guo2017InfluenceOI, title={Influence of Ionic Strength on the Deposition of Metal-Phenolic Networks.}, author={Junling Guo and Joseph J. Richardson and Quinn Alexander Besford and Andrew J Christofferson and Yunlu Dai and Chien W Ong and Blaise L. Tardy and Kang Liang and Gwan H. Choi and Jiwei Cui and Pil Joong Yoo and Irene Yarovsky and Frank Caruso}, journal={Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids}, year={2017}, volume={33 40}, pages={10616-10622} }