Janus Nanoparticle Formation Via Regioselective Ligand Exchange Reactions at Soft Interfaces
Sanders II, Tayo
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The ligand introduced during Janus formation could exchange with the cross-linker, reducing film integrity, and allowing for rotation and diffusion into liquid phases. To reduce this risk, we sought to take advantage oft the chelate effect, whereby two thiol moieties bind to each nanoparticle ? providing protection from complete dissociation.
Ligand exchange reactions
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