Synthesis of Cationic Nanogels Through Microemulsion Polymerization. Tamona Williams SPGRE 2001 Research University of North Carolina Department of Chemistry. Microemulsion.
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Synthesis of Cationic Nanogels Through Microemulsion Polymerization
SPGRE 2001 Research
University of North Carolina
Department of Chemistry
A water-in-oil microemulsion is an optically transparent mixture oil, water,and surfactant. Water droplets are in a continuous oil phase stabilized by surfactant.
Continuous Oil Phase
and oil phase
in oil phase
Isolation of Particles in H2O
Transmission Electron Microscopy
Dynamic Light Scattering
0% Charged Monomer
12% Charged Monomer
6% Charged Monomer
66K Magnification on Copper-Formvar Grid and Stained with PTA
Diameter of Nanogels by Dynamic Light Scattering
Objective: To form microemulsion with increased
amount of 2-acryloxyethyltrimethylammonium chloride
SPGRE â€“ National Science Foundation
Dr. Joeseph DeSimone
Dr. Michael Rubenstein