Progress in computer simulation of bulk, confined, and surface-initiated polymerizations
[Review of ]. Macromolecular Theory and Simulations, 22(1), 8–30.
By: E. Bain, S. Turgman-Cohen & J. Genzer
2012 journal article
Computer simulation of concurrent bulk- and surface-initiated living polymerization
Macromolecules, 45(4), 2128–2137.
By: S. Turgman-Cohen & J. Genzer
2011 journal article
Simultaneous bulk- and surface-initiated controlled radical polymerization from planar substrates
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 133(44), 17567–17569.
2010 journal article
Adsorption of a nonionic symmetric triblock copolymer on surfaces with different hydrophobicity
Langmuir, 26(12), 9565–9574.
By: X. Liu, D. Wu, S. Turgman-Cohen, J. Genzer, T. Theyson & O. Rojas
Computer simulation of controlled radical polymerization effect of chain confinement due to initiator grafting density and solvent quality in "grafting from" method
Macromolecules, 43(22), 9567–9577.
Effect of polymer size on heterogeneous catalytic polystyrene hydrogenation
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 49(22), 11280–11286.
By: L. Dong, S. Turgman-Cohen, G. Roberts & D. Kiserow
2009 journal article
Asphaltene adsorption onto self-assembled monolayers of alkyltrichlorosilanes of varying chain length
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 1(6), 1347–1357.
By: S. Turgman-Cohen, D. Fischer, P. Kilpatrick & J. Genzer
Asphaltene adsorption onto self-assembled monolayers of mixed aromatic and aliphatic trichlorosilanes
Langmuir, 25(11), 6260–6269.
By: S. Turgman-Cohen, M. Smith, D. Fischer, P. Kilpatrick & J. Genzer
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