Supporting videos for "Aquabots"
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Supporting data for “Aqueous Phase Separation Induced Self-Assembly Towards All-Water Robotics”
This supporting data is the supplemental videos for the thsis entitled “Aqueous Phase Separation Induced Self-Assembly Towards All-Water Robotics”.
Video S1: Printed aqueous thread breaking into droplets in the absence of nanoparticles-polyelectrolyte stabilizers".
Video S2: Measurement of the critical distance of the magnetic responsiveness at different concentration of Fe3O4 nanoparticles.
Video S3: Dynamic soft responsiveness of the aquabot illustrated by its bending ability.
Video S4: Aquabot adapts its shape to grip, transport and release objects in water.
Video S5: Flow-through enabled cascade biocatalytic reactions in the body of the aquabot.
Video S6: Control experiment of cascade reactions without GOx but with HRP.
Video S7: Control experiment of cascade reactions without GOx and HRP.
Video S8: Target photocatalysis of the aquabot in the narrow and confined space.
Video S9: Control experiment for the target photocatalysis.
Video S10: Target delivery and release of the aquabot in the narrow and confined space.