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M. Talha Gokmen, Busra Dereli, Bruno G. De Geest and Filip E. Du Prez Complexity from Simplicity: Unique Polymer Capsules, Rods, Monoliths, and Liquid Marbles Prepared via HIPE in Microfluidics Particle & Particle Systems Characterization 30

Article first published online: 27 FEB 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/ppsc.201200154

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Porous polymer particles that are uniform in size and complex in shape, such as capsules, rods, and beads, are prepared by using a simple tubing-needle-based microfluidic setup. No complicated reactor design, sacrificial template, synthesized monomer, or organic porogen is used. Monomers and water dictate the final shape. Beads self assemble into liquid marbles and the resulting capsules are reactive.

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