Issue 29, 2022

Production of Janus/Hecate microfibers by microfluidic photopolymerization and evaluation of their potential in dye removal

Abstract

The microfluidic production of Janus/Hecate polymer microfibers with well-defined interfaces from miscible phases is reported. The process offers tunability of the width and composition of each part of the fibers by controlling the flow rate and nature of the monomers in a single step. The enhanced performances of the fibers are outlined for the simultaneous removal of dyes of opposite charges using amphoteric Janus fibers.

Graphical abstract: Production of Janus/Hecate microfibers by microfluidic photopolymerization and evaluation of their potential in dye removal

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Article information

Article type
Communication
Submitted
12 Jan 2022
Accepted
10 Mar 2022
First published
10 Mar 2022

Chem. Commun., 2022,58, 4619-4622

Production of Janus/Hecate microfibers by microfluidic photopolymerization and evaluation of their potential in dye removal

W. Razzaq, C. Serra and D. Chan-Seng, Chem. Commun., 2022, 58, 4619 DOI: 10.1039/D2CC00214K

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