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11. Living Anionic Polymerization Using a Microfluidic Reactor
Published: 1/15/2009
Authors: Thomas Q. Chastek, Kazunori Iida, Eric J. Amis, Michael J Fasolka, Kathryn L Beers, Jae H. Chun
Abstract: Living anionic polymerizations were conducted within aluminum-polyimide microfluidic devices. Polymerizations of styrene in cyclohexane were carried out at various conditions, including elevated temperature (60 °C) and high monomer concentration (42 ...

12. Preparation of Combinatorial Arrays of Polymer Thin Films for Transmission Electron Microscopy Analysis
Published: 10/21/2008
Authors: Kristen Roskov, Thomas Epps, Brian Berry, Michael J Fasolka, Steven D Hudson, Maeva S. Tureau
Abstract: We present a new method for harvesting multiple thin film specimens from polymer combinatorial libraries for Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) analysis. Such methods are of interest to researchers who wish to integrate TEM measurements into a co ...

13. Techniques for Combinatorial and High-Throughput Microscopy. Part2: Automated Optical Microscopy Platform for Thin Films Research
Published: 10/1/2008
Authors: S D Kim, A Sehgal, Alamgir Karim, Michael J Fasolka
Abstract: An automated optical microscopy system was developed for the high-throughput measurement of morphology evolution in combinatorial specimen libraries. Designed specifically for gradient thin film specimens, the platform was developed to track iso-par ...

14. A microfluidic platform for integrated synthesis and dynamic light scattering measurement of block copolymer micelles
Published: 5/1/2008
Authors: Thomas Q. Chastek, Kazunori Iida, Michael J Fasolka, Eric J. Amis, Kathryn L Beers
Abstract: Synthesis of structured polymers is a highly active research area, whose main goal is to make polymers with useful properties for important applications.1 Ideally, therefore, polymer synthesis and materials characterization would be associated as clo ...

15. Measuring the Modulus of Hydrated Contact Lenses via Surface Wrinkling
Published: 4/6/2008
Authors: Jun Y. Chung, Young Jong Lee, Peyton Hopson, Michael J Fasolka, Christopher M Stafford
Abstract: One of the most important considerations in the evaluation of hydrogels for biomedical and contact lens applications is the elastic modulus. The elastic modulus relates to several important factors including flexibility, comfort, adhesion, swelling b ...

16. High throughput adhesion testing using a modified edge lift-off test
Published: 2/17/2008
Authors: Jiong Liu, Martin Y Chiang, Michael J Fasolka, Christopher M Stafford
Abstract: The strength of an adhesively bonded joint depends on a host of factors such as surface treatment, roughness, materials properties, cure conditions and environmental variables. Therefore testing of adhesion within this large parameter space can be v ...

17. Combinatorial screening of the effect of temperature on the microstructure and mobility of a high performance polythiophene semiconductor
Published: 9/26/2007
Authors: Leah A. Lucas, Dean M DeLongchamp, Brandon M. Vogel, Eric K Lin, Michael J Fasolka, Daniel A Fischer, Iain McCulloch, Martin Heeney, Ghassan E Jabbour

18. Measurement of Reactivity Ratios in Surface-Initiated Copolymerization
Published: 8/21/2007
Authors: Derek L. Patton, Kirt A. Page, Chang Xu, Kirsten Genson, Michael J Fasolka, Kathryn L Beers
Abstract: This work describes a new approach to measure monomer reactivity ratios from surface-initiated copolymerizations using x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Styrene/methyl methacrylate statistical copolymer brushes were prepared from various monomer fee ...

19. Surface Grafting of Polypyrrole onto Silicon Wafers
Published: 8/1/2007
Authors: Daeson Sohn, Hyoseung Moon, Michael J Fasolka, Naomi Eidelman, Sang-Mo Koo, Curt A Richter, Eun S. Park, Joseph J Kopanski, Eric J. Amis
Abstract: A micromolding technique in capillaries was adapted to make uniform patterns of polypyrrole (Ppy), and the conductivities of the patterns were measured by direct contact IV curves and conductance AFM methods. Noncovalently bound Ppy patterns have hig ...

20. A Versatile Platform for Creating Gradient Combinatorial Libraries via Modulated Light Exposure
Published: 7/10/2007
Authors: Brian Berry, Christopher M Stafford, Mayur Pradip Pandya, Leah A. Lucas, Michael J Fasolka
Abstract: Combinatorial approaches require the high throughput design and characterization of appropriate well-behaved libraries. This paper details the design, construction and operation of a system that modulates light exposure for the purpose of fabricatin ...

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