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      Synthesis of nanostructured materials in inverse miniemulsions and their applications

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            The miniemulsion process allows the formation of complex structured polymeric nanoparticles and the encapsulation of a solid or liquid, an inorganic or organic, or a hydrophobic or hydrophilic material into a polymer shell. Many different materials, ranging from organic and inorganic pigments, magnetite, or other solid nanoparticles, to hydrophobic and hydrophilic liquids, such as fragrances, drugs, or photoinitators, can be encapsulated. Functionalization of the nanoparticles can also be easily obtained. Compared to polymerization processes in organic solvents, polymerization to obtain polymeric nanoparticles can be performed in environmentally friendly solvents, usually water.
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                Journal
                NANOHL
                Nanoscale
                Nanoscale
                Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
                2040-3364
                2040-3372
                2013
                2013
                : 5
                : 21
                : 10093
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                10.1039/c3nr03190j
                fa585478-d45d-4a47-b1a1-c599faae2452
                © 2013
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                Self URI (article page): http://xlink.rsc.org/?DOI=c3nr03190j

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