Reference : Synthèse et caractérisation de nanomatériaux fonctionnels siliciques structurés à l’aide...
Dissertations and theses : Doctoral thesis
Physical, chemical, mathematical & earth Sciences : Chemistry
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/87804
Synthèse et caractérisation de nanomatériaux fonctionnels siliciques structurés à l’aide de micelles complexes de copolymères séquencés doublement hydrophiles
French
[en] Synthesis and characterisation of functional silica nanomaterials prepared with complex micelles of double hydrophilic block copolymers
Warnant, Jérôme mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > > > Doct. sc. (chimie - Bologne)]
13-Dec-2010
Université de Liège, ​Liège, ​​Belgique
Docteur en science
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Jérôme, Christine mailto
Gérardin, Corine mailto
Vioux, André
Iliopoulos, Ilias
Gohy, Jean-François
Martens, Johan
[en] Mesoporous ; Silica ; Copolymer ; DHBC ; pH sensitive ; PIC Micelles ; Functional ; Organic/inorganic Interactions ; Drugs
[fr] This study focused on the design and development of new structuring agents of silica constituted of induced and reversible assemblies of original copolymers, the double hydrophilic block copolymers (DHBC). The first system studied consists of a neutral-anionic DHBC PAPEO-b-PAA ou poly(acrylate methoxy poly (ethylene oxide))-b-poly (acrylic acid). The PAA block is a weak polyacid with a degree of ionization depending on the pH. In aqueous solution and in a right pH range, the association of this copolymer with a weak polybase, an oppositely charged polyamine, such as an oligochitosan, leads to the formation of polyion complex micelles (PIC) with a core/corona structure. These micelles can direct the structure of highly organized inorganic materials with different types of mesostructures. In a second step, by adjusting the conditions of pH, ionic strength, it is possible to "control" the extraction of organic species to get functional porous materials able to trap species of charge opposite to the functionality. Organized materials are obtained because of a favourable balance of the interactions between organic and inorganic species. If a polyamine/silica interaction occurs at the expense of the interaction polyamine/DHBC, the mesostructuring process by the micelles is limited. A neutral-cationic DHBC PEO-b-PDMAEMA poly(ethylene oxide)-b-poly(2-(dimethylamine)ethyl) associated with an anionic PVS poly(vinyl sulfonic acid) polymer can play a dual role in the synthesis of silica materials: firstly managing the growth of silica particles by interacting with the silicates and secondly acting as a structuring agent in association with PVS, confering a mesostructuration to the material. Finally, a very promising approach allowed to encapsulate water-soluble and charged drugs in a material by using as silica complexing agent a complex between the drug and a DHBC.
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http://hdl.handle.net/2268/87804

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