Microfluidic Methods in Janus Particle Synthesis

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Janus particles have been at the center of attention over the years due to their asymmetric nature that makes them superior in many ways to conventional monophase particles. Several techniques have been reported for the synthesis of Janus particles; however, microfluidic-based techniques are by far the most popular due to their versatility, rapid prototyping, low reagent consumption and superior control over reaction conditions. In this review, we will go through microfluidic-based Janus particle synthesis techniques and highlight how recent advances have led to complex functionalities being imparted to the Janus particles.




Saqib, M., Tran, P. A., Ercan, B., & Yegan Erdem, E. (2022). Microfluidic Methods in Janus Particle Synthesis. International Journal of Nanomedicine. Dove Medical Press Ltd. https://doi.org/10.2147/IJN.S371579

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