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'Sandwich' microcontact printing as a mild route towards monodisperse janus particles with tailored bifunctionality

(2011) ADVANCED MATERIALS. 23(1). p.79-83
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A "sandwich" microcontact printing method is reported. A monolayer of porous epoxy polymer microspheres is transformed into Janus particles with distinct functionality on each face by reaction with amine functional fluorescent dyes, carbohydrates, and magnetic nanoparticles.
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MICROPARTICLES, NANOPARTICLES, THIN-FILMS, COLLOID PARTICLES, MICROSPHERES, FABRICATION, ANISOTROPY, INTERFACE, SYSTEM

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Chicago
Kaufmann, Tobias, Muhammed Gökmen, Christian Wendeln, Martin Schneiders, Stefan Rinnen, Heinrich F Arlinghaus, Stefan AF Bon, Filip Du Prez, and Bart Jan Ravoo. 2011. “‘Sandwich’ Microcontact Printing as a Mild Route Towards Monodisperse Janus Particles with Tailored Bifunctionality.” Advanced Materials 23 (1): 79–83.
APA
Kaufmann, T., Gökmen, M., Wendeln, C., Schneiders, M., Rinnen, S., Arlinghaus, H. F., Bon, S. A., et al. (2011). “Sandwich” microcontact printing as a mild route towards monodisperse janus particles with tailored bifunctionality. ADVANCED MATERIALS, 23(1), 79–83.
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Kaufmann T, Gökmen M, Wendeln C, Schneiders M, Rinnen S, Arlinghaus HF, et al. “Sandwich” microcontact printing as a mild route towards monodisperse janus particles with tailored bifunctionality. ADVANCED MATERIALS. 2011;23(1):79–83.
MLA
Kaufmann, Tobias, Muhammed Gökmen, Christian Wendeln, et al. “‘Sandwich’ Microcontact Printing as a Mild Route Towards Monodisperse Janus Particles with Tailored Bifunctionality.” ADVANCED MATERIALS 23.1 (2011): 79–83. Print.
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  abstract     = {A {\textacutedbl}sandwich{\textacutedbl} microcontact printing method is reported. A monolayer of porous epoxy polymer microspheres is transformed into Janus particles with distinct functionality on each face by reaction with amine functional fluorescent dyes, carbohydrates, and magnetic nanoparticles.},
  author       = {Kaufmann, Tobias and G{\"o}kmen, Muhammed and Wendeln, Christian and Schneiders, Martin and Rinnen, Stefan and Arlinghaus, Heinrich F and Bon, Stefan AF and Du Prez, Filip and Ravoo, Bart Jan},
  issn         = {0935-9648},
  journal      = {ADVANCED MATERIALS},
  keyword      = {MICROPARTICLES,NANOPARTICLES,THIN-FILMS,COLLOID PARTICLES,MICROSPHERES,FABRICATION,ANISOTROPY,INTERFACE,SYSTEM},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {79--83},
  title        = {'Sandwich' microcontact printing as a mild route towards monodisperse janus particles with tailored bifunctionality},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/adma.201003564},
  volume       = {23},
  year         = {2011},
}

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