An article in Advanced Functional Materials on functional microcapsules with unique configuration has been accepted for publication
Multi-cored microcapsules with unique configurations are prepared by a single-step encapsulation technique that uses an optofluidic platform to efficiently and precisely encapsulate a specific number of emulsion droplets in photocurable shell droplets. The capsule structures are capable of isolating active materials and releasing them in a controlled manner using well-defined nanohole arrays or photothermal nanoscopic silver architectures on thin membranes.
Shin-Hyun Kim, Hyerim Hwang, Che Ho Lim, Jae Won Shim and Seung-Man Yang, “Packing of emulsion droplets: Structural and functional motifs for multi-cored microscapsules,” Advanced Functional Materials, In press (2010). (Co-corresponding author)
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