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Issue 23, 2009

Synthetic polymeric nanoparticles by nanoprecipitation

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Abstract

Nanoprecipitation is applied for the first time as a general concept for manufacturing nanoparticles of versatile hydrophobic polymer classes. As a result, polymer molecules self-assemble into nanospheres or irregularly shaped nanoparticles during the transition from the dissolved state to the solid state while using different solvents and methods for the conversion.

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Submitted
01 Apr 2009
Accepted
06 Apr 2009
First published
01 May 2009

J. Mater. Chem., 2009,19, 3838-3840
Article type
Communication

Synthetic polymeric nanoparticles by nanoprecipitation

S. Hornig, T. Heinze, C. R. Becer and U. S. Schubert, J. Mater. Chem., 2009, 19, 3838 DOI: 10.1039/B906556N

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