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Themed collection Nanoparticles with Morphological and Functional Anisotropy

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Front/Back Matter

Poster list

Front/Back Matter

List of participants

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Concluding Remarks: Anisotropy: the good, the “bad” and …

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Anisotropic optical and conductive properties of oriented 1D-nanoparticle thin films made by spray-assisted self-assembly

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Optical anisotropy and sign reversal in layer-by-layer assembled films from chiral nanoparticles

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Studying nanoparticles’ 3D shape by aspect maps: Determination of the morphology of bacterial magnetic nanoparticles

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Novel stabilisation of emulsions by soft particles: polyelectrolyte complexes

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Templated growth of gold satellites on dimpled silica cores

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Natural selection in the colloid world: active chiral spirals

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Seed mediated growth of gold nanorods: towards nanorod matryoshkas

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From near hard spheres to colloidal surfboards

Open Access Paper

Linear assembly of patchy and non-patchy nanoparticles

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New route toward nanosized crystalline metal borides with tuneable stoichiometry and variable morphologies

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Design of artificial membrane transporters from gold nanoparticles with controllable hydrophobicity

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Behaviour of hybrid inside/out Janus nanotubes at an oil/water interface. A route to self-assembled nanofluidics?

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Wetting and orientation of catalytic Janus colloids at the surface of water

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Surface heterogeneity: a friend or foe of protein adsorption – insights from theoretical simulations

Open Access Paper

Anisotropic lanthanide-based nano-clusters for imaging applications

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Numerical analysis of Pickering emulsion stability: insights from ABMD simulations

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A multi-coordinating polymer ligand optimized for the functionalization of metallic nanocrystals and nanorods

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Amphiphilic brush polymers produced using the RAFT polymerisation method stabilise and reduce the cell cytotoxicity of lipid lyotropic liquid crystalline nanoparticles

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Organic–inorganic patchy particles as a versatile platform for fluid-in-fluid dispersion stabilisation

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Anisotropic surface functionalization of Au nanorods driven by molecular architecture and curvature effects

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Programmed assembly of oppositely charged homogeneously decorated and Janus particles

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Gold nanotriangles decorated with superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles: a compositional and microstructural study

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Routes to the preparation of mixed monolayers of fluorinated and hydrogenated alkanethiolates grafted on the surface of gold nanoparticles

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Gold nanorod synthesis catalysed by Au clusters

Open Access Paper

Synthesis of Janus plasmonic–magnetic, star–sphere nanoparticles, and their application in SERS detection

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Self-folding nanostructures with imprint patterned surfaces (SNIPS)

Open Access Paper

Template-assisted colloidal self-assembly of macroscopic magnetic metasurfaces

Discussion

Applications: general discussion

Discussion

Anisotropic nanoparticles: general discussion

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Particles at interfaces: general discussion

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Janus and patchy nanoparticles: general discussion

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About this collection

We are delighted to share with you a selection of the papers which will be presented at our Faraday Discussion on Nanoparticles with Morphological and Functional Anisotropy taking place in Glasgow, UK in July 2016. More information about the event may be found here: http://rsc.li/anisotropy-fd2016. Additional articles will be added to the collection as they are published. The final versions of all the articles presented and record of the live discussions will be published after the event.

Anisotropy at the nanoscale is a critical factor in the mechanical, optical, electronic, and magnetic properties of nanoparticles, with many unusual properties of colloidal materials arising from heterogeneous spatial confinement of electrons, plasmons and electric fields around the particles. Designing nanoscale objects, which incorporate multiple functionalities, and with directionality, holds great promise for biomolecule detection, and in medicine. This Faraday Discussion presents developments in this exciting field from across chemistry, physics, engineering and beyond.

Want to get a flavour of the meeting? Read the conference report here.

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