Stable Magnetic Colloidosomes via Click-Mediated Crosslinking of Nanoparticles at Water-Oil Interfaces
Thumbnail image of graphical abstract Alkyne- and azide-functionalized iron oxide nanoparticles are co-assembled at the water–oil interface and covalently linked using click chemistry under ambient conditions to create magnetic colloidosomes (see image). These colloidosomes possess high stability, size-selective permeability, and are responsive toward external magnetic stimuli.
B Samanta, D Patra, C Subramani, Y Ofir, G Yesilbag, A Sanyal, and VM Rotello. "Stable Magnetic Colloidosomes via Click-Mediated Crosslinking of Nanoparticles at Water-Oil Interfaces" Small 5.6 (2009): 685-688.
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