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Research Highlights Synthiofluidics

Microphase- and microfluidic-controlled syntheses and processes

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Prof. Dr. Pascal Buskens (Now TNO and University of Hasselt)

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Schematic illustration of the self-assembly process of diblock copolymers in a THF/H2O mixture with the addition of water.

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Dr. Ahmed Mourran

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The figure shows the formation of curled hollow fibers.

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Wessling

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The authors synthesized four types of microgels, which self-assemble into different architectures. One example is a ‘social assembly’ of two types of microgels. The four types of microgels are schematically shown as colored droplets and as fluorescent particles in the microscopic image.

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Dr. Alexander Kühne

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Monodisperse particles self-assemble into a crystal that can act as a laser resonator structure and as gain medium.

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Dr. Alexander Kühne

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Parallelized drop-maker with 28 channel intersections.

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Dr. Alexander Kühne

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Dr. Xiaomin Zhu
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Prof. Dr. Andrij Pich

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Dr. Andrij Pich

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Dr. Alexander Kühne

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Dr. Helmut Keul

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Dr. Alexander Kühne

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Dr. Xiaomin Zhu
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Dr. Alexander Kühne
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Dr. Karola Schäfer
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