Active Anion Delivery by Self-Propelled Microswimmers

Volume: 14, Issue: 3, Pages: 3434 - 3441
Published: Feb 11, 2020
Abstract
Self-propelled micro- and nanomachines are at the forefront of materials research, branching into applications in biomedical science and environmental remediation. Cationic frameworks enabling the collection and delivery of anionic species (A–) are highly required, due to the large variety of life-threatening pollutants, such as radioactive technetium and carcinogenic chromium, and medicines, such as dexamethasone derivatives with negative...
Paper Details
Title
Active Anion Delivery by Self-Propelled Microswimmers
Published Date
Feb 11, 2020
Journal
Volume
14
Issue
3
Pages
3434 - 3441
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