Photocontrolled directional transport using water-in-oil droplets
New Journal of Chemistry
Based on the photoisomerization of a water soluble merocyanine, the isothermal light-directed movement of water droplets in organic media has been achieved, which allows controlled chemical transport and site-directed chemistry. The application of this new photoactive delivery system was demonstrated by effecting a chemical reaction as a result of merging two reactive droplets.
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Australian Research Council