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Douaa Farhat, Fouad Ghamouss, Julia Maibach, Kristina Edström and Daniel Lemordant
Accepted manuscript online: 23 FEB 2017 03:20PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/cphc.201700058
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- Stimuli-Responsive Polymers for Actuation
Dr. Qiang Matthew Zhang and Prof. Michael J. Serpe
Version of Record online: 23 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/cphc.201601187
Setting the wheels in motion: This review highlights various examples of actuators (artificial muscles) composed of stimuli-responsive polymers. Exposure of the devices to various stimuli triggers device actuation.
- Gel-like Carbon Dots: Characterization and their Potential Applications
Yiqun Zhou, Alexandra Desserre, Shiv K. Sharma, Dr. Shanghao Li, M. Hensley Marksberry, Prof. Dr. Charles Chusuei, Dr. Patricia L. Blackwelder and Prof. Dr. Roger. M. Leblanc
Version of Record online: 23 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/cphc.201700038
On the dot: Highly photoluminescent gel-like carbon dots (G-CDs) are synthesized and their gel network is confirmed by coagulation and Tyndall effects. To determine the effect of temperature on their formation, G-CDs are synthesized at four different temperatures and then characterized by spectroscopy techniques. As to applications, an invisible ink is prepared from the G-CDs for use in inkjet printers.
- Specific Interaction between Redox Phospholipid Polymers and Plastoquinone in Photosynthetic Electron Transport Chain
Kenya Tanaka, Masahiro Kaneko, Dr. Masahito Ishikawa, Dr. Souichiro Kato, Dr. Hidehiro Ito, Dr. Toshiaki Kamachi, Dr. Kazuhide Kamiya and Prof. Dr. Shuji Nakanishi
Version of Record online: 23 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/cphc.201700065
Pass the parcel: Redox polymers that interact with plastoquinone are shown to be able to extract electrons from photosynthesizing cells. The picture shows photosynthetic electrons that are led to the electrochemical circuit by cell-membrane-permeable phospholipid redox polymers that specifically interact with plastoquinone.