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Christian W. Pester, Artjom Konradi, Birte Varnholt, Patrick van Rijn and Alexander Böker Responsive Macroscopic Materials From Self-Assembled Cross-Linked SiO2-PNIPAAm Core/Shell Structures Advanced Functional Materials 22

Version of Record online: 10 FEB 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201102802

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Responsive core/shell microparticles are used for the production of macroscopic materials such as films, fibers, and gels. Both aqueous and tetrahydrofuran gels are formed. By cross-linking of the particles, the temperature responsiveness of the particles is translated to the aqueous gels, films, and fibers, making them shrink and swell. This is used for post-incorporation of nanoparticles that can be taken up from the surrounding solution during swelling.

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