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ISSN: 1996-1944

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  • Assembly of 1D Granular Structures from Sulfonated Polystyrene Microparticles
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    • A. Mikkelsen
    • A. Kertmen
    • K. Khobaib
    • M. Rajnak
    • K. Juraj
    • Z. Rozynek

    - Materials - 2017

    Being able to systematically modify the electric properties of nano- and microparticles opens up new possibilities for the bottom-up fabrication of advanced materials such as the fabrication of one-dimensional (1D) colloidal and granular materials. Fabricating 1D structures from individual particles offers plenty of applications ranging from electronic sensors and photovoltaics to artificial flagella for hydrodynamic propulsion....

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  • Electric Field-Driven Assembly of Sulfonated Polystyrene Microspheres
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    • A. Mikkelsen
    • W. Jarosław
    • R. Michal
    • K. Juraj
    • K. Khobaib
    • A. Kerment
    • R. Zbigniew
    • A. Kertmen

    - Materials - 2017

    A designed assembly of particles at liquid interfaces offers many advantages for development of materials, and can be performed by various means. Electric fields provide a flexible method for structuring particles on drops, utilizing electrohydrodynamic circulation flows, and dielectrophoretic and electrophoretic interactions. In addition to the properties of the applied electric field, the manipulation of particles often depends...

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  • Haemocompatibility of Modified Nanodiamonds
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    - Materials - 2017

    This study reports the interactions of modified nanodiamond particles in vitro with human blood. Modifications performed on the nanodiamond particles include oxygenation with a chemical method and hydrogenation upon chemical vapor deposition (CVD) plasma treatment. Such nanodiamonds were later incubated in whole human blood for different time intervals, ranging from 5 min to 5 h. The morphology of red blood cells was assessed along...

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  • Shape Memory Polyurethane Materials Containing Ferromagnetic Iron Oxide and Graphene Nanoplatelets
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    Intelligent materials, such as memory shape polymers, have attracted considerable attention due to wide range of possible applications. Currently, intensive research is underway, in matters of obtaining memory shape materials that can be actuated via inductive methods, for example with help of magnetic field. In this work, an attempt was made to develop a new polymer composite—polyurethane modified with graphene nanoplates and...

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2016
  • Spectroscopic Study of Plasma Polymerized a-C:H Films Deposited by a Dielectric Barrier Discharge
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    • T. Chandrashekaraiah
    • R. Bogdanowicz
    • E. Rühl
    • V. Danilov
    • J. Meichsner
    • S. Thierbach
    • R. Hippler

    - Materials - 2016

    Plasma polymerized a-C:H thin films have been deposited on Si (100) and aluminum coated glass substrates by a dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) operated at medium pressure using C2Hm/Ar (m = 2, 4, 6) gas mixtures. The deposited films were characterized by Fourier transform infrared reflection absorption spectroscopy (FT-IRRAS), Raman spectroscopy, and ellipsometry. FT-IRRAS revealed the presence of sp3 and sp2 C–H stretching and...

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