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The commercially available surfactant polyisobutylene-succinimide pentamine was reacted with the diisocyanate monomer. The capsule shell wall was found to be less permeable than for capsules synthesized with a non-crosslinkable surfactant. Baier et al. The permeability of the shell was also evaluated by fluorescence spectroscopy. The combination of cleavable polyurethane  with the interfacial polyaddition described above  afforded polymer shells that could be cleaved by UV-irradiation, temperature, or by pH change .
In order to study the release of encapsulated sulforhodamine dye from the capsules, polyurethane with and without cleavable functionalities were synthesized. Fluorescence spectroscopy of the supernatant obtained by the centrifugation of both polymer capsules submitted to different stimuli was recorded and the release of the dye was found to occur on different time-scales in the case of the cleavable shells, i.
In aqueous miniemulsion, polycondensations are even more demanding than polyadditions since the water formed in the condensation reaction has to be transported away from the reaction locus. Barrere et al. The size of the droplets had no influence on the equilibrium, i. Two major parameters were found to play a role in increasing the yield. The yield was higher if a more hydrophobic monomers and b diols with electron-donating groups were polymerized.
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The polycondensation of a diamine and sebacoyl chloride was carried out in direct miniemulsions in the presence of silica nanoparticles prepared in inverse microemulsion . The polyamide was identified by infrared spectroscopy. Figure 8: Schematics for the polycondensation reaction between hydrophobic alcohols and carboxylic acids surrounded by the aqueous continuous phase not to scale for the surfactant reprinted with permission from . Copyright Elsevier. Figure 8: Schematics for the polycondensation reaction between hydrophobic alcohols and carboxylic acids surr Here again, the reaction locus is hydrophobic and spills out the water into the continuous phase.
The ionic liquid 1-ethylmethylimidazolium bis trifluoromethylsulfonyl imide was used both as continuous phase and as stabilizer due to its amphiphilic properties. The approach is interesting for synthesizing polymers, which require very high polymerization temperatures.
Star copolymers of polyethylene glycol and polypropylene glycol were crosslinked in inverse miniemulsion via an esterification reaction with a dithiodicarboxylic acid to yield nanogels . The disulfide bonds were subsequently cleaved by reduction to yield thiols, whereas the nanogels were stable in PBS solution. Scheme 2: Polyimide from the reaction performed in the ionic liquid 1-ethylmethylimidazolium bis trifluoromethylsulfonyl imide [EMI]Tf 2 N between a diamine H 2 N-X-NH 2 and pyromellitic acid dianhydride, and 4,4'- hexafluoroisopropylidene diphthalic anhydride from .
Scheme 2: Polyimide from the reaction performed in the ionic liquid 1-ethylmethylimidazolium bis trifluoro The dose rate and the total absorbed total dose were found to affect the particle size of the latex particles. In both cases [,] , the particle size and distribution were preserved throughout the polymerization.
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The copolymerization of styrene with 1-vinylpyrrolidone as polar monomer in the presence of dodecane in the oil droplets also gave nanocapsules . Functional polystyrene latexes were obtained by copolymerization of styrene with a polymerizable surfactant containing a carboxylic acid group . The presence of carboxylic acid groups at the surface of the particles was confirmed by X-ray photoelectron and FT-IR spectroscopy.
Finally, graft hybrid copolymers of polyurethane and polymers from vinyl monomers have also been reported . In a first step, the polyaddition reaction was carried out between a polybutadiene terminated with hydroxy groups and the IPDI monomer in aqueous direct miniemulsion. Pd-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions were carried out in direct aqueous miniemulsions with 1,2,4-tribromobenzene as crosslinker . Aqueous latexes of crosslinked poly p -phenylene ethynylene were obtained and their opto-electronic properties were found to be similar to the linear polymer dissolved in toluene.
The synthesis of fluorescent conjugated particles of poly arylene diethynylenes in direct miniemulsions by Glaser coupling has also been reported .
A solution of the monomers in toluene was mixed with the solution of the catalyst and then the reaction mixture was miniemulsified in an aqueous solution of a cationic surfactant. The miniemulsion was stirred for several days in the presence of air. Interparticle coordination was identified by electron microscopy and dynamic light scattering experiments. PEG- b -PPG- b -PEG was used in combination with the organometallic surfactant to reduce the concentration of the latter surfactant on the droplet surface .
Only irregular structures were obtained in control experiments performed in water, i. The authors deduced that the initial confinement of the coordination polymerization hence played a significant role. Figure 9: a: TEM micrograph of the cubic structures, b: proposed mechanism for the production of the nanocubes.
The localized coordination polymerization is thought to destabilize the miniemulsion and nanocube growth is carried on in the aqueous phase reproduced with permission from . Figure 9: a: TEM micrograph of the cubic structures, b: proposed mechanism for the production of the nanocube Compared to other heterophase polymerizations, miniemulsion polymerization offers an incomparable flexibility to create polymeric nano objects.
Liquid or dissolved monomers can be polymerized by an unmatched variety of polymerization processes. The synthesis described above can be virtually extended to any polymerization or any polymer provided that the monomers can be emulsified, i. Even then, the monomers could be emulsified in sc-CO 2 or in fluorinated solvents with a suitable surfactant. The image displayed as graphical abstract is a courtesy of the Empa, Switzerland, Laboratory for Protection and Physiology.
Daniel Crespy. Katharina Landfester. Graphical Abstract. Introduction Miniemulsions are a special class of emulsions that are stabilized against coalescence by a surfactant and Ostwald ripening by an osmotic pressure agent. Polymer class Polymerization Year Ref. Functional group co Monomer Ref. Jump to Figure 1.
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Surface Active Monomers Synthesis Properties And Application
Synthesis of surface active monomers containing maleimide fragment 1. Syntheis of meth acrylate surface active monomers 1. Synthesis of surface active monomers containing styrene polymerizable fragment References 2 Colloidal properties of surface active monomers 2. Colloidal properties of surfactanats 2.
Fundamentals of colloidal chemistry of surface active monomers 2. Properties and polymerization of micelles, vesicles, mesophases or lyotropic liquid crystals, and microemulsions 2. Micelles 2. Vesicles and bilayers 2. Lyotropic liquid crystals 2. Microemulsions References 3 Polymerization behavior of surface active monomers 3. Emulsion polymerization 3. Polymerization in microemulsion 3.