The colloidal suprastructure of smart microgels at oil- Water interfaces

  • Brugger B
  • Rütten S
  • Phan K
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Oil on troubled waters: Stimuli-sensitive emulsions have been used to prepare temperature- and pH-responsive microgels. The emulsion stability at oil-water interfaces is not governed by the particle packing density, and structural changes induced by the interface lead to connections between the individual microgels (see picture; scale bar 1 microm), which behave very differently compared to solid-particle-stabilized emulsions.

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  • Copolymerization
  • De-emulsification
  • Emulsions
  • Gels
  • Interfaces

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  • Bastian Brugger

  • Stephan Rütten

  • Kim Ho Phan

  • Martin Moller

  • Walter Richtering

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