Si Wu 吴思
Si Wu 吴思
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Photoswitching of glass transition temperatures of azobenzene-containing polymers induces reversible solid-to-liquid transitions
H Zhou, C Xue, P Weis, Y Suzuki, S Huang, K Koynov, GK Auernhammer, ...
Nature Chemistry 9 (2), 145-151, 2017
Near‐Infrared‐Sensitive Materials Based on Upconverting Nanoparticles
S Wu, HJ Butt
Advanced Materials 28 (6), 1208-1226, 2016
Layer-by-layer assembly and UV photoreduction of graphene–polyoxometalate composite films for electronics
H Li, S Pang, S Wu, X Feng, K Müllen, C Bubeck
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (24), 9423-9429, 2011
An amphiphilic ruthenium polymetallodrug for combined photodynamic therapy and photochemotherapy in vivo
W Sun, S Li, B Häupler, J Liu, S Jin, W Steffen, US Schubert, HJ Butt, ...
Advanced Materials 29 (6), 1603702, 2017
Photoinduced Reversible Solid‐to‐Liquid Transitions for Photoswitchable Materials
WC Xu, S Sun, S Wu
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 58 (29), 9712-9740, 2019
Supramolecular hydrogels constructed by red-light-responsive host–guest interactions for photo-controlled protein release in deep tissue
D Wang, M Wagner, HJ Butt, S Wu
Soft matter 11 (38), 7656-7662, 2015
Ultralow-intensity near-infrared light induces drug delivery by upconverting nanoparticles
S He, K Krippes, S Ritz, Z Chen, A Best, HJ Butt, V Mailänder, S Wu
Chemical Communications 51 (2), 431-434, 2015
Network cracks-based wearable strain sensors for subtle and large strain detection of human motions
S Wang, P Xiao, Y Liang, J Zhang, Y Huang, S Wu, SW Kuo, T Chen
Journal of Materials Chemistry C 6 (19), 5140-5147, 2018
Light‐Switchable Azobenzene‐Containing Macromolecules: From UV to Near Infrared
P Weis, S Wu
Macromolecular rapid communications 39 (1), 1700220, 2018
Red-Light-Responsive Supramolecular Valves for Photocontrolled Drug Release from Mesoporous Nanoparticles
D Wang, S Wu
Langmuir 32 (2), 632-636, 2016
Photon Upconversion Lithography: Patterning of Biomaterials Using Near‐Infrared Light
Z Chen, S He, HJ Butt, S Wu
Advanced Materials 27 (13), 2203-2206, 2015
Spanning the solar spectrum: Azopolymer solar thermal fuels for simultaneous UV and visible light storage
AK Saydjari, P Weis, S Wu
Advanced Energy Materials 7 (3), 1601622, 2017
Visible-Light-Responsive Azopolymers with Inhibited π–π Stacking Enable Fully Reversible Photopatterning
P Weis, D Wang, S Wu
Macromolecules 49 (17), 6368-6373, 2016
Photoinduced Fusion of Micro‐Vesicles Self‐Assembled from Azobenzene‐Containing Amphiphilic Diblock Copolymers
W Su, Y Luo, Q Yan, S Wu, K Han, Q Zhang, Y Gu, Y Li
Macromolecular rapid communications 28 (11), 1251-1256, 2007
Light-Switchable Polymer Adhesive Based on Photoinduced Reversible Solid-to-Liquid Transitions
Y Zhou, M Chen, Q Ban, Z Zhang, S Shuang, K Koynov, HJ Butt, J Kong, ...
ACS Macro Letters 8 (8), 968-972, 2019
Entangled Azobenzene‐Containing Polymers with Photoinduced Reversible Solid‐to‐Liquid Transitions for Healable and Reprocessable Photoactuators
M Chen, B Yao, M Kappl, S Liu, J Yuan, R Berger, F Zhang, HJ Butt, Y Liu, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 30 (4), 1906752, 2020
Fighting against Drug‐Resistant Tumors using a Dual‐Responsive Pt (IV)/Ru (II) Bimetallic Polymer
X Zeng, Y Wang, J Han, W Sun, HJ Butt, XJ Liang, S Wu
Advanced Materials 32 (43), 2004766, 2020
Photoresponsive polymers with multi-azobenzene groups
S Sun, S Liang, WC Xu, G Xu, S Wu
Polymer Chemistry 10 (32), 4389-4401, 2019
Fabrication of Anticounterfeiting Nanocomposites with Multiple Security Features via Integration of a Photoresponsive Polymer and Upconverting Nanoparticles
Y Liu, S Liang, C Yuan, A Best, M Kappl, K Koynov, HJ Butt, S Wu
Advanced Functional Materials 31 (37), 2103908, 2021
Red‐Light‐Controlled Release of Drug–Ru Complex Conjugates from Metallopolymer Micelles for Phototherapy in Hypoxic Tumor Environments
W Sun, Y Wen, R Thiramanas, M Chen, J Han, N Gong, M Wagner, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 28 (39), 1804227, 2018
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