Thomas Hellweg
Thomas Hellweg
Professor of Physical and Biophysical Chemistry, Bielefeld University
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Nanogels and microgels: From model colloids to applications, recent developments, and future trends
M Karg, A Pich, T Hellweg, T Hoare, LA Lyon, JJ Crassous, D Suzuki, ...
Langmuir 35 (19), 6231-6255, 2019
Influence of charge density on the swelling of colloidal poly (N-isopropylacrylamide-co-acrylic acid) microgels
K Kratz, T Hellweg, W Eimer
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 170 (2-3 …, 2000
Adhesion and mechanical properties of PNIPAM microgel films and their potential use as switchable cell culture substrates
S Schmidt, M Zeiser, T Hellweg, C Duschl, A Fery, H Möhwald
Advanced Functional Materials 20 (19), 3235-3243, 2010
Structural changes in PNIPAM microgel particles as seen by SANS, DLS, and EM techniques
K Kratz, T Hellweg, W Eimer
Polymer 42 (15), 6631-6639, 2001
Nanorod‐coated PNIPAM microgels: thermoresponsive optical properties
M Karg, I Pastoriza‐Santos, J Pérez‐Juste, T Hellweg, LM Liz‐Marzán
Small 3 (7), 1222-1229, 2007
Encapsulation and growth of gold nanoparticles in thermoresponsive microgels
R Contreras‐Cáceres, A Sánchez‐Iglesias, M Karg, I Pastoriza‐Santos, ...
Advanced Materials 20 (9), 1666-1670, 2008
New “smart” poly (NIPAM) microgels and nanoparticle microgel hybrids: Properties and advances in characterisation
M Karg, T Hellweg
Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science 14 (6), 438-450, 2009
Colloidal crystals made of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) microgel particles
T Hellweg, CD Dewhurst, E Brückner, K Kratz, W Eimer
Colloid and Polymer Science 278, 972-978, 2000
Temperature, pH, and ionic strength induced changes of the swelling behavior of PNIPAM− poly (allylacetic acid) copolymer microgels
M Karg, I Pastoriza-Santos, B Rodriguez-Gonzalez, R Von Klitzing, ...
Langmuir 24 (12), 6300-6306, 2008
Scattering techniques to study the microstructure of microemulsions
T Hellweg
Microemulsions: background, new concepts, applications, perspectives, edited …, 2009
Thermoresponsive surfaces by spin-coating of PNIPAM-co-PAA microgels: A combined AFM and ellipsometry study
S Schmidt, H Motschmann, T Hellweg, R von Klitzing
Polymer 49 (3), 749-756, 2008
General pathway toward crystalline-core micelles with tunable morphology and corona segregation
J Schmelz, M Karg, T Hellweg, H Schmalz
ACS nano 5 (12), 9523-9534, 2011
PNIPAM-co-polystyrene Core−Shell Microgels:  Structure, Swelling Behavior, and Crystallization
T Hellweg, CD Dewhurst, W Eimer, K Kratz
Langmuir 20 (11), 4330-4335, 2004
Phase structures of microemulsions
T Hellweg
Current opinion in colloid & interface science 7 (1-2), 50-56, 2002
A versatile approach for the preparation of thermosensitive PNIPAM core–shell microgels with nanoparticle cores
M Karg, I Pastoriza‐Santos, LM Liz‐Marzán, T Hellweg
ChemPhysChem 7 (11), 2298-2301, 2006
Packing density control in P (NIPAM-co-AAc) microgel monolayers: effect of surface charge, pH, and preparation technique
S Schmidt, T Hellweg, R von Klitzing
Langmuir 24 (21), 12595-12602, 2008
Smart inorganic/organic hybrid microgels: Synthesis and characterisation
M Karg, T Hellweg
Journal of Materials Chemistry 19 (46), 8714-8727, 2009
Multiresponsive hybrid colloids based on gold nanorods and poly (NIPAM-co-allylacetic acid) microgels: temperature-and pH-tunable plasmon resonance
M Karg, Y Lu, E Carbo-Argibay, I Pastoriza-Santos, J Perez-Juste, ...
Langmuir 25 (5), 3163-3167, 2009
Volume phase transition of “smart” microgels in bulk solution and adsorbed at an interface: A combined AFM, dynamic light, and small angle neutron scattering study
S Höfl, L Zitzler, T Hellweg, S Herminghaus, F Mugele
Polymer 48 (1), 245-254, 2007
Stiffening effect of cholesterol on disordered lipid phases: a combined neutron spin echo+ dynamic light scattering analysis of the bending elasticity of large unilamellar vesicles
LR Arriaga, I López-Montero, F Monroy, G Orts-Gil, B Farago, T Hellweg
Biophysical journal 96 (9), 3629-3637, 2009
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