Anna Vanluchene

Anna Vanluchene
Ghent University | UGhent · Department of Green Chemistry and Technology

Ph.D.
Postdoc at Ghent University. MSCA fellow working on ElectronsOnRun

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Publications (12)
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A combination of a photocatalysis and a micro-flow technology provides a highly capable tool for the design and utilisation of functional thin films. Here, they are represented by graphitic carbon nitride films, potentially used for photo-oxidations in environmental chemistry or for hydrogen evolution by water splitting. The optimised synthesis inv...
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Many graphitic carbon nitride (g‐C 3 N 4 )‐based photocatalysts have attracted a significant interest because of the unique arrangement of carbon and nitrogen atoms. Changeable morphologies with tuneable bandgap of g‐C 3 N 4 materials were used in many applications including batteries, photovoltaics, photocatalysts, sensors, etc. This review focuse...
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Microfluidics allows to accurately control the synthesis of microparticles for specific applications, where size and morphology play an important role. In this work, we introduce microfluidic chip design with dedicated extraction and gelation sections allowing to prepare hydrogel particles in size range of a red blood cell. The influence of the ext...
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Droplet-based microfluidic devices are now more than ever used for the synthesis of nanoparticles with low polydispersity and well-defined properties suitable for various industrial applications. Very small reaction volumes (microlitre to femtolitre) and short diffusion lengths, provide superior mixing efficiency and heat transport. Both play the d...
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A novel continuous fluidic method based on extractive crystallization for producing monodisperse spherical crystal aggregates with potential use in pharmaceutical engineering is presented. A model system of aqueous solution containing KCl as the precursor dispersed phase and 1-hexanol as the continuous extraction phase was investigated experimental...
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The fabrication of alginate hydrogel microparticles with embedded liposomes and magnetic nanoparticles for radiofrequency controlled release of encapsulated chemical cargo was considered. An extractive gelation process was implemented in a microfluidic device, which enabled the production of uniform composite microparticles of dimensions comparable...
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This work is concerned with the surface modification of fluorescent silica nanoparticles by a monoclonal antibody IgG-M75 and the specific binding of such particles to surfaces coated by the PG domain of carbonic anhydrase IX (CA IX). CA IX is a trans-membrane protein specifically expressed in stomach but its overexpression is also associated with...
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This work is concerned with the surface modification of fluorescent silica nanoparticles by a monoclonal antibody (M75) and the specific bioadhesion of such particles to surfaces containing the PG domain of carbonic anhydrase IX (CA IX), which is a trans-membrane protein specifically expressed on the surfaces of several tumor cell lines. The adhesi...
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The present work describes the synthesis and characterisation of thermo-responsive microcapsules consisting of poly-N-isopropylacrylamide (PNIPAM) hydrogel, hydrophilic citrate-stabilized super-paramagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) that perform the function of a local heat source and hydrophobic nanoparticles (either SiO2 or oleic acid-coa...
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The problem of targeted delivery and controlled release of a chemical payload in difficult-to-access microstructured environments such as living tissues or porous soil is considered. Composite microcapsules consisting of the thermo-responsive hydrogel poly-N-isopropylacrylamide (PNIPAM) with dispersed iron oxide nanoparticles have been prepared by...

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