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Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

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[Inside back cover] Fluorescent Block Copolymer-MoS2 Nanocomposites for Real-Time Photothermal Heating and Imaging

Title: Fluorescent Block Copolymer-MoS2Nanocomposites for Real-Time Photothermal Heating and Imaging


Author: Chan Ho Park, Hongseok Yun, Hyunseung Yang, JunhyukLee, and Bumjoon J. Kim*


Journal: Advanced Functional Materials, 2017, 27, 1604403



Novel self-monitoring photothermal (PT) agents are developed using optothermally responsive block copolymer-MoS2 composites (BCP-MoS2), which enable simultaneous PTheating and imaging of temperature profiles. The BCP-MoS2 system is integrated into organogel matrices to demonstrate its potential as aportable,self-monitoring PT system suitable for biological and environmental applications. 




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