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Responsive polymer-stabilised droplets and the 3D structuring of liquids

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Abstract: In this talk I will discuss some of our recent contributions in the field of responsive polymer-stabilised emulsions. I will discuss a convenient strategy to prepare architecturally and compositionally controlled amphiphilic copolymers and how judicious control of monomer choice facilitates the direct formation of well-defined, responsive nanoparticles. The interfacial adsorption behaviour of these particles will be considered and the formation of stable oil-in-water droplets described. I will also discuss the assembly of a new class of soft material – engineered emulsions – based on stable functional droplets and a variety of advanced liquid-based materials that can be prepared from these materials.

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