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Dynamically reconfigurable oil-in-water (o/w) Pickering emulsions are developed, wherein the assembly of particles (i.e., platinum-on-carbon and iron-on-carbon particles) can be actively controlled by adjusting interfacial tensions. A balanced adsorption of particles and surfactants at the o/w interface allows for the creation of inhomogeneity of the particle distribution on the emulsion surface. Complex Pickering emulsions with highly controllable and reconfigurable morphologies are produceddoi:10.1002/adma.201905569 pmid:31639256 fatcat:qlvc4i5pjrdxbokmu4ld6fkdp4