Dresden 2017 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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CPP: Fachverband Chemische Physik und Polymerphysik

CPP 68: Hydrogels and Microgels II

Freitag, 24. März 2017, 10:15–13:15, ZEU 260

10:15 CPP 68.1 Modelling photothermal control of gold nanoparticle loaded microgel systems — •Dmitry Chigrin, Gero von Plessen, Ahmed Mourran, and Martin Möller
10:30 CPP 68.2 Magneto-optical and magneto-rheological properties of a physical hydrogel based on 12-hydroxystearic acidHajnalka Nádasi, Ralf Stannarius, Peter Salamon, Tamas Börzsönyi, and •Alexey Eremin
10:45 CPP 68.3 Structure and rheology of microgel monolayers at the water/oil interface — •Shilin Huang, Kornelia Gawlitza, Regine von Klitzing, Werner Steffen, and Günter K. Auernhammer
11:00 CPP 68.4 Linear thermoresponsive acrylamid based microgels adsorbed on a surface — •Marian Cors, Julian Oberdisse, and Thomas Hellweg
11:15 CPP 68.5 Analysis of PDMAEMA Polymer Brushes: A TOF-SIMS Study — •Marc Thomas, Ulrich Hagemann, Steffen Franzka, Mathias Ulbricht, and Nils Hartmann
11:30 CPP 68.6 Uptake and stability of pH-Sensitive Gold Nanoparticles (AuNPs) in Thermoresponsive Polymer Brushes — •Dikran Kesal, Patrick Krause, Marcus Trapp, and Regine von Klitzing
  11:45 15 min break
12:00 CPP 68.7 Surface forces of polyelectrolyte multilayers in different growth regimes — •Heba S. Mohamad, Malte Paßvogel, Annkatrin Sill, and Christiane A. Helm
12:15 CPP 68.8 Composition of polyanion mixtures influence exponential growth of polyelectrolyte multilayers — •Annkatrin Sill, Malte Paßvogel, Antonia Weltmeyer, Olaf Soltwedel, Amir Azinfar, Peter Nestler, and Chrstiane A. Helm
12:30 CPP 68.9 Segmental Dynamics of Spin-Labeled Poly(acrylic acid) in Polyelectrolyte Complex Coacervates Studied by CW EPR Spectroscopy — •Uwe Lappan, Brigitte Wiesner, and Ulrich Scheler
12:45 CPP 68.10 Drug delivery by thermoresponsive polyelectrolyte complex coatings for bone healing — •Martin Müller, David Vehlow, and Birgit Urban
13:00 CPP 68.11 Spontaneous jumping and long-lasting bouncing of solid Leidenfrost drops — •Doris Vollmer, Maxime Paven, Tadashi Kajiya, Hans-Jürgen Butt, and Jonathan Pham
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