Nanophase-separated amphiphilic conetworks as versatile matrixes for optical chemical and biochemical sensors.

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As a novel class of sensor matrixes, nanophase-separated amphiphilic polymeric conetworks (APCNs) open a new dimension for optical chemical and biochemical sensing. These conetworks consist of a hydrophilic phase-we used poly(2-hydroxyethyl acrylate), poly(2-(dimethylamino)ethyl acrylate), or polycationic poly(2-(trimethylammonium)ethyl acrylate)-and of a… (More)

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@article{Hanko2006NanophaseseparatedAC, title={Nanophase-separated amphiphilic conetworks as versatile matrixes for optical chemical and biochemical sensors.}, author={Michael Hanko and Nico Bruns and Sara Rentmeister and Joerg C Tiller and J{\"{u}rgen Heinze}, journal={Analytical chemistry}, year={2006}, volume={78 18}, pages={6376-83} }