Dataset for "Core-shell spheroidal hydrogels produced via charge-driven interfacial complexation"

  • Vincenzo Calabrese (Creator)
  • Davide Califano (Creator)
  • Marcelo Alves Da Silva (Creator)
  • Julien Schmitt (Creator)
  • Saffron Bryant (Creator)
  • Kazi M.Zakir Hossain (Creator)
  • Ana M. Percebom (Creator)
  • Aurora Pérez Gramatges (Creator)
  • Janet L. Scott (Creator)
  • Karen Edler (Creator)



The dataset for "Core-Shell spheroidal Hydrogels produced via charge-driven interfacial complexation" contains data, in the form of excel and txt files, for the figures shown in the main manuscript and the electronic supplementary information (ESI).

The study focuses on the structure of the spheroidal hydrogels (SH) and their resilience in aqueous media. Furthermore, SH are used as microreactors for biocatalysis, providing a proof-of-concept for this material. The dataset contains data regarding the structural information of the spheroidal hydrogels (SH) (e.g. shell thickness, small angle X-rays scattering, Z-potential and oscillatory rheology) their stability in solvents with different osmotic pressure and ionic strength (e.g. swelling kinetic, swelling ratio) and the enzymatic activity to support a proof-of-concept of the SH.

Specification of the materials and methods employed throughout the data collection are available in the main manuscript. Each excel sheet is specific for a set of data acquired utilising the same protocol.
Date made available6 Mar 2020
PublisherUniversity of Bath

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