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Ionic Liquids (ILs) are known to form charge alternating layers when exposed to charged surfaces like the surfaces of many nanoparticles. When coated with protein-avoidant ionic liquids (PAILs) in this way, nanoparticles do not gain protein coronas as […]

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Silica (SiO2) nanoparticles have recently been explored for several medical applications. When used in these applications, the nanoparticles enter biological environments such as the human bloodstream. As a nanomaterial spends time in the bloodstream, it develops what is […]

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Ionic liquids have been researched widely as possible green designer materials for a wide variety of applications. Recent effort has focused more directly on ionic liquids that are confined in some way, such as within polymer matricies. Additionally, […]

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Techniques for relating complex vibrational observables with physical variables that are readily available in molecular simulations have been used extensively in the past two decades to connect to vibrational spectroscopy experiments with great success. However, the simplicity of […]
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