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Fan, X., Liu, S., Jia, Z., Koh, J. J., Yeo, J. C. C., Wang, C.-G., Surat'man, N. E., Loh, X. J., Le Bideau, J., He, C., Li, Z. & Loh, T.-P. (2023) Ionogels: recent advances in design, material properties and emerging biomedical applications. Chemical Society Reviews, 52 2497–2527. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1039/D2CS00652A
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 1460-4744
Clé BibTeX: Fan2023
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Créateurs: Fan, He, Jia, Koh, Le Bideau, Li, Liu, Loh, Loh, Surat'man, Wang, Yeo
Collection: Chemical Society Reviews
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Ionic liquid (IL)-based gels (ionogels) have received considerable attention due to their unique advantages in ionic conductivity and their biphasic liquid–solid phase property. In ionogels, the negligibly volatile ionic liquid is retained in the interconnected 3D pore structure. On the basis of these physical features as well as the chemical properties of well-chosen ILs, there is emerging interest in the anti-bacterial and biocompatibility aspects. In this review, the recent achievements of ionogels for biomedical applications are summarized and discussed. Following a brief introduction of the various types of ILs and their key physicochemical and biological properties, the design strategies and fabrication methods of ionogels are presented by means of different confining networks. These sophisticated ionogels with diverse functions, aimed at biomedical applications, are further classified into several active domains, including wearable strain sensors, therapeutic delivery systems, wound healing and biochemical detections. Finally, the challenges and possible strategies for the design of future ionogels by integrating materials science with a biological interface are proposed.
Publisher: The Royal Society of Chemistry
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