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Chemical Design of Responsive Microgels by Andrij Pich, Walter Richtering

By Andrij Pich, Walter Richtering

Microgels through Precipitation Polymerization: Synthesis, Characterization, and Functionalization, through A. Pich and W. Richtering

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Hydrogels in Miniemulsions, by means of okay. Landfester and A. Musyanovych

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Nano- and Microgels via Addition Reactions of useful Oligomers and Polymers, through ok. Albrecht, M. Moeller, and J. Groll

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Synthesis of Microgels by means of Radiation tools, through F. Krahl and K.-F. Arndt

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Microgels as Nanoreactors: purposes in Catalysis, by means of N. Welsch, M.s Ballauff, and Y. Lu

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By adding a second inverse miniemulsion consisting of droplets with the crosslinking agent glutaraldehyde, the crosslinking reaction can be performed by a fission and fusion process between the different droplet species (see Fig. 4). The technique allows one to use different types of gelatin without purification or fractionation, and the amount of the gelatin in the droplet and the degree of crosslinking can be varied over a wide range. However, it is of interest to use a minimum concentration of crosslinking agent, at which all chains are crosslinked and no free chains are left behind within the particles.

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