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Preparation and characterization of submicron hybrid magnetic latex particles

Abstract : Micrometer magnetic hybrid particles are of great interest in biomedical field, and various morphologies have been prepared via encapsulation processes. Regarding submicron, only few processes have been investigated and the most recent one leading to highly magnetic submicron magnetic hybrid particles is based on oil in water magnetic emulsion (MES) transformation. The encapsulation of magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles forming oil in water MES was investigated using different styrene/cross-linker divinylbenzene volume ratio in the presence of potassium persulfate initiator. The encapsulation performed in this work is basically conducted by using well-defined oil in water MES as a seed in radical emulsion polymerization. The chemical composition, morphology, iron oxide content, magnetic properties, electrokinetic properties, particle size, and size distribution of the prepared magnetic hybrid particles were examined using various techniques. The desired perfect magnetic core and polymer shell morphology were successfully obtained, and the final magnetic hybrid particles are superparamagnetic in nature and exhibit high iron oxide content (64 wt %).
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Talha Jamshaid, Ernandes Taveira Tenorio-Neto, Mohamed Eissa, Nadia Zine, Abdelhamid Errachid, et al.. Preparation and characterization of submicron hybrid magnetic latex particles. Polymers for Advanced Technologies, Wiley, 2015, 26 (9), pp.1102-1108. ⟨10.1002/pat.3541⟩. ⟨hal-01229920⟩



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