記録された日時: August 09 2018

Duration: 43 minutes 52 seconds

The fabrication of core-shell nanoparticles, hollow-shell, and other layered colloidal nanoparticle materials has been of high interest due to their controlled architectures and surface functionality. They have been used as biosensors, theranostic and drug delivery vehicles, light emitting and solid state materials, etc. By coupling nanoparticles with various shell organic polymer materials, e.g. dendrimers, copolymers, and grafted polymers, it is possible to create high peripheral functionality and a host of gradient properties controlled by the size, shape, and generational growth of the layers. 

This talk will focus on the class of hybrid nanoparticle materials with interesting gradient properties produced by coupling a solid-state nanocrystal or nanoparticle (metal, semiconductor, etc.) with the properties of organic polymers and dendrimers. The analytical characterization of the synthesis and the fabrication of the solid state films, including the use of advanced multi-detector GPC, are highlighted. The key is the use of smart polymer characterization methods and surface sensitive analytical spectroscopic and microscopic tools to elucidate properties.

Table of contents
1. Welcome
00:17
2. Introduction
02:06
3. Nanostructured Dendrimer - Hybrid Systems: Characterization
00:30
4. Team
00:31
5. Advincula Research Group
00:40
6. Introduction
00:50
7. Introduction
00:33
8. Introduction
00:17
9. Organic and Polymer Synthesis
00:29
10. Supramolecularly Templated Knotty Polymers
00:31
11. Grafting Methods for Polymer Brushes
00:18
12. Dendrimers and Hybrid Nanomaterials
00:39
13. Dendrimer Design Parameters
00:55
14. Divergent Synthesis
01:12
15. CdSe Nanoparticles and Ligands
00:40
16. Organic-inorganic Hybrid Nanostructures: Au Nanoparticles
01:17
17. Energy Transfer in Gold Nanoparticles Capped with a-Functionalized Thiophene Dendrons
00:13
18. Ligand Design
00:56
19. Au NPs Synthesis and hybridization:A direct synthesis
00:35
20. TEM and AFM Imaging and Analysis
00:14
21. Energy Transfer Mechanism: distance and size dependence of quenching.
00:27
22. Energy Transfer Studies
01:22
23. Untitled
00:45
24. Dendrimers with Carbazole Crosslinkers
00:43
25. Synthesis by Sonication
00:41
26. Dendrimer Synthesis : G1-D/G2-D
00:16
27. Dendrimer Synthesis : G3-D/G4-D
00:37
28. Dendrimer Characterizations
02:10
29. Dendrimer Synthesis : G3-D/G4-D
00:19
30. Dendrimer Characterizations
00:23
31. LB Film Deposition and Morphology
00:53
32. Electrochemical Crosslinking and Nanopatterning
00:00
33. Cross-linking Studies: Absorbance and Fluorescence
00:15
34. LB Film Deposition and Morphology
00:19
35. Dendrimer Synthesis : G1-D/G2-D
00:30
36. Cross-linking Studies: Absorbance and Fluorescence
00:51
37. Cross-linking Studies: SEC and NMR
01:28
38. Cross-linking Studies: AFM of Nano-objects and modeling
01:06
39. A Supramolecular Polyethylenimine-Cored Carbazole Dendtric Polymer with Duel Applications
01:34
40. Star-like Copolymer Stabilized Noble-Metal Nanoparticle Powders
01:23
41. Gold-Nanoparticle Cored Carbazole Functionalized Star-like Copolymer Hybrid Nanomaterial with Gradient Properties
00:55
42. Gold-Nanoparticle Cored Carbazole Functionalized Star-like Copolymer Hybrid Nanomaterial with Gradient Properties
01:41
43. Characterization: Consistent with DP
00:39
44. Characterization:
00:30
45. Characterization
00:05
46. Characterization: Grafting onto AuNP and Hydrodynamic Radiai
01:51
47. Characterization: TEM Data and IR-AFM
01:07
48. Fluorescence Studies and Electrochemical Crosslinking:
01:30
49. Wetting Behavior and Ion-Transport Properties of Films
01:19
50. FUTURE: Viruses and Photodynamic TherapyCollaboration with the Steinmetz Group at CWRU
00:39
51. Utilizing Viral Nanoparticle/Dendron Hybrid Conjugates in Photodynamic Therapy for Dual Delivery to Macrophages and Cancer Cells
00:34
52. Thank you for your attention
00:28
53. Contact Information
02:49