Dr. Jonas Schubert
Dr. Jonas Schubert
Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V.
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Hybridized guided-mode resonances via colloidal plasmonic self-assembled grating
S Sarkar, V Gupta, M Kumar, J Schubert, PT Probst, J Joseph, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 11 (14), 13752-13760, 2019
Protein identity and environmental parameters determine the final physicochemical properties of protein-coated metal nanoparticles
I Dewald, O Isakin, J Schubert, T Kraus, M Chanana
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (45), 25482-25492, 2015
Mechanotunable surface lattice resonances in the visible optical range by soft lithography templates and directed self-assembly
V Gupta, PT Probst, FR Goßler, AM Steiner, J Schubert, Y Brasse, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 11 (31), 28189-28196, 2019
Long-term effects of three different silver sulfide nanomaterials, silver nitrate and bulk silver sulfide on soil microorganisms and plants
K Schlich, M Hoppe, M Kraas, J Schubert, M Chanana, K Hund-Rinke
Environmental Pollution 242, 1850-1859, 2018
Coating matters: Review on colloidal stability of nanoparticles with biocompatible coatings in biological media, living cells and organisms
J Schubert, M Chanana
Current medicinal chemistry 25 (35), 4556, 2019
Enzymatic catalysis at nanoscale: enzyme-coated nanoparticles as colloidal biocatalysts for polymerization reactions
LP Kreuzer, MJ Männel, J Schubert, RPM Höller, M Chanana
ACS omega 2 (10), 7305-7312, 2017
Catalytically active protein coatings: Toward enzymatic cascade reactions at the intercolloidal level
MJ Männel, LP Kreuzer, C Goldhahn, J Schubert, MJ Hartl, M Chanana
ACS Catalysis 7 (3), 1664-1672, 2017
The role of pH, metal ions and their hydroxides in charge reversal of protein-coated nanoparticles
J Schubert, C Radeke, A Fery, M Chanana
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 21 (21), 11011-11018, 2019
Synthesis of metal@ protein@ polymer nanoparticles with distinct interfacial and phase transfer behavior
C Goldhahn, J Schubert, H Schlaad, JK Ferri, A Fery, M Chanana
Chemistry of Materials 30 (19), 6717-6727, 2018
Protein Component of Oyster Glycogen Nanoparticles: An Anchor Point for Functionalization
QA Besford, ACG Weiss, J Schubert, TM Ryan, MF Maitz, PP Tomanin, ...
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 12 (35), 38976-38988, 2020
Poly (3‐hexylthiophene) s Functionalized with N‐Heterocyclic Carbenes as Robust and Conductive Ligands for the Stabilization of Gold Nanoparticles
N Sun, ST Zhang, F Simon, AM Steiner, J Schubert, Y Du, Z Qiao, A Fery, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 60 (8), 3912-3917, 2021
Nanoscopic interactions of colloidal particles can suppress millimetre drop splashing
MJ Thoraval, J Schubert, S Karpitschka, M Chanana, F Boyer, ...
Soft matter 17 (20), 5116-5121, 2021
Mit N‐heterocyclischen Carbenen funktionalisierte Poly (3‐hexylthiophene) als robuste und leitfähige Liganden zur Stabilisierung von Goldnanopartikeln
N Sun, ST Zhang, F Simon, AM Steiner, J Schubert, Y Du, Z Qiao, A Fery, ...
Angewandte Chemie 133 (8), 3958-3963, 2021
Poly (3-hexylthiophene) Functionalized with N-Heterocyclic Carbene as Robust and Conductive Ligands to Stabilize Gold Nanoparticles.
F Lissel, N Sun, ST Zhang, F Simon, AM Steiner, J Schubert, Y Du, A Fery, ...
Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English), 2020
The Physicochemical Properties of Protein-coated Nanoparticles: Implications for the Environment
J Schubert
Technische Universität Dresden, 2020
Mehr Sicherheit bei der Arbeit mit Nanopartikeln
F Klee, M Schnepf, J Schubert
Supporting information for Publication
J Schubert, C Radeke, A Fery, M Chanana
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