2012 journal article

Factors affecting time-composition equivalence in ternary block copolymer/cosolvent systems

SOFT MATTER, 8(5), 1334–1343.

By: A. Krishnan n & R. Spontak n

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2012 journal article

Ternary Phase Behavior of a Triblock Copolymer in the Presence of an Endblock-Selective Homopolymer and a Midblock-Selective Oil

MACROMOLECULES, 45(15), 6056–6067.

By: A. Krishnan*, S. Smith* & R. Spontak*

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2011 journal article

(Electro)mechanical behavior of selectively solvated diblock/triblock copolymer blends

APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 99(24).

By: P. Vargantwar n, S. Brelander n, A. Krishnan n, T. Ghosh n & R. Spontak n

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2011 journal article

Electroactuation of Solvated Triblock Copolymer Dielectric Elastomers: Decoupling the Roles of Mechanical Prestrain and Specimen Thickness

JOURNAL OF POLYMER SCIENCE PART B-POLYMER PHYSICS, 49(22), 1569–1582.

By: A. Krishnan n, P. Vargantwar n, T. Ghosh n & R. Spontak n

author keywords: biaxiality; block copolymers; dielectric properties; films; gels; mechanical properties; micelles; modulus; self-assembly; stimuli-responsive polymers
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7. Affordable and Clean Energy (OpenAlex)
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2011 journal article

Exceptional versatility of solvated block copolymer/ionomer networks as electroactive polymers

SOFT MATTER, 7(5), 1651–1655.

By: P. Vargantwar n, R. Shankar n, A. Krishnan n, T. Ghosh n & R. Spontak n

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7. Affordable and Clean Energy (OpenAlex)
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2011 journal article

Selectively solvated triblock copolymer networks under biaxial strain

APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 99(10).

By: A. Krishnan n, J. Zanten n, S. Seifert*, B. Lee* & R. Spontak n

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2010 journal article

Cosolvent-regulated time-composition rheological equivalence in block copolymer solutions

SOFT MATTER, 6(18), 4331–4334.

By: A. Krishnan n, S. Seifert*, B. Lee*, S. Khan n & R. Spontak n

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2010 journal article

Electrospun Nanofibers with Associative Polymer-Surfactant Systems

MACROMOLECULES, 43(18), 7650–7656.

By: S. Talwar n, A. Krishnan n, J. Hinestroza*, B. Pourdeyhimi n & S. Khan n

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6. Clean Water and Sanitation (OpenAlex)
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2008 journal article

Triblock copolymer organogels as high-performance dielectric elastomers

MACROMOLECULES, 41(16), 6100–6109.

By: R. Shankar n, A. Krishnan n, T. Ghosh n & R. Spontak n

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2006 journal article

Selectivity- and size-induced segregation of molecular and nanoscale species in microphase-ordered triblock copolymers

NANO LETTERS, 6(9), 2115–2120.

By: R. Spontak n, R. Shankar n, M. Bowman n, A. Krishnan n, M. Hamersky n, J. Samseth n, M. Bockstaller n, K. Rasmussen n

TL;DR: A self-consistent field theoretical approach is used to quantitatively evaluate the segregation and interfacial excess of low-molar-mass and nanoscale species in ordered triblock copolymers as functions of block selectivity and inclusion size, and the predictions are found to agree with the morphology observed in a model triblockCopolymer/nanoparticle composite, demonstrating the generality of this approach. (via Semantic Scholar)
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