Daniel Klinger
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Stimuli-responsive microgels for the loading and release of functional compounds: Fundamental concepts and applications
D Klinger, K Landfester
Polymer 53 (23), 5209-5231, 2012
2012012
Striped, ellipsoidal particles by controlled assembly of diblock copolymers
SG Jang, DJ Audus, D Klinger, DV Krogstad, BJ Kim, A Cameron, SW Kim, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (17), 6649-6657, 2013
1932013
A facile synthesis of dynamic, shape‐changing polymer particles
D Klinger, CX Wang, LA Connal, DJ Audus, SG Jang, S Kraemer, ...
Angewandte Chemie 126 (27), 7138-7142, 2014
1692014
Photo-sensitive PMMA microgels: light-triggered swelling and degradation
D Klinger, K Landfester
Soft Matter 7 (4), 1426-1440, 2011
932011
Dual Stimuli-Responsive Poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate-co-methacrylic acid) Microgels Based on Photo-Cleavable Cross-Linkers: pH-Dependent Swelling and†…
D Klinger, K Landfester
Macromolecules 44 (24), 9758-9772, 2011
862011
Metallopolymer-based shape anisotropic nanoparticles
BVKJ Schmidt, J Elbert, D Scheid, CJ Hawker, D Klinger, M Gallei
ACS Macro Letters 4 (7), 731-735, 2015
672015
Shape control of soft nanoparticles and their assemblies
C Chen, RAL Wylie, D Klinger, LA Connal
Chemistry of Materials 29 (5), 1918-1945, 2017
652017
Particles with tunable porosity and morphology by controlling interfacial instability in block copolymer emulsions
KH Ku, JM Shin, D Klinger, SG Jang, RC Hayward, CJ Hawker, BJ Kim
ACS nano 10 (5), 5243-5251, 2016
632016
Enzymatically degradable nanogels by inverse miniemulsion copolymerization of acrylamide with dextran methacrylates as crosslinkers
D Klinger, EM Aschenbrenner, CK Weiss, K Landfester
Polymer Chemistry 3 (1), 204-216, 2012
582012
Enzymatic‐and light‐degradable hybrid nanogels: Crosslinking of polyacrylamide with acrylate‐functionalized Dextrans containing photocleavable linkers
D Klinger, K Landfester
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 50 (6), 1062-1075, 2012
552012
Engineering Surfaces through Sequential Stop‐Flow Photopatterning
CW Pester, B Narupai, KM Mattson, DP Bothman, D Klinger, KW Lee, ...
Advanced Materials 28 (42), 9292-9300, 2016
512016
Shape-tunable biphasic janus particles as pH-responsive switchable surfactants
KH Ku, YJ Lee, GR Yi, SG Jang, BVKJ Schmidt, K Liao, D Klinger, ...
Macromolecules 50 (23), 9276-9285, 2017
472017
Supramolecular guests in solvent driven block copolymer assembly: from internally structured nanoparticles to micelles
D Klinger, MJ Robb, JM Spruell, NA Lynd, CJ Hawker, LA Connal
Polymer chemistry 4 (19), 5038-5042, 2013
392013
Photoreactive Nanoparticles as Nanometric Building Blocks for the Generation of Self‐Healing Hydrogel Thin Films
P Froimowicz, D Klinger, K Landfester
Chemistry–A European Journal 17 (44), 12465-12475, 2011
392011
Fully aromatic high performance thermoset via sydnone–alkyne cycloaddition
NV Handa, S Li, JA Gerbec, N Sumitani, CJ Hawker, D Klinger
Journal of the American Chemical Society 138 (20), 6400-6403, 2016
352016
Physiologically relevant, pH-responsive PEG-based block and statistical copolymers with N, N-diisopropylamine units
A Lee, P Lundberg, D Klinger, BF Lee, CJ Hawker, NA Lynd
Polymer chemistry 4 (24), 5735-5742, 2013
332013
Highly functional ellipsoidal block copolymer nanoparticles: a generalized approach to nanostructured chemical ordering in phase separated colloidal particles
BVKJ Schmidt, CX Wang, S Kraemer, LA Connal, D Klinger
Polymer Chemistry 9 (13), 1638-1649, 2018
312018
Shape-based separation of synthetic microparticles
PL Mage, AT Csordas, T Brown, D Klinger, M Eisenstein, S Mitragotri, ...
Nature materials 18 (1), 82-89, 2019
232019
Poly (4‐vinylbenzoyl azide): A New Isocyanato Group Generating Polymer
D Klinger, JY Chang, P Theato
Macromolecular rapid communications 28 (6), 718-724, 2007
232007
Polymeric Photoresist Nanoparticles: Light‐Induced Degradation of Hydrophobic Polymers in Aqueous Dispersion
D Klinger, K Landfester
Macromolecular rapid communications 32 (24), 1979-1985, 2011
222011
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