May 9 - 11, 2017
GPC Training Academy
-Advanced Polymer Monitoring Technologies, Inc.
-Polymer Standards Service
-Brookhaven Instruments Corp.
-International Specialty Products
Zhu, Z; Reed, W. F. “Enhanced Surfactant Supramicellar Assembly by Hydrophobic Dopants, Langmuir 2013, dx.doi.org/10.1021/la402107z
Alves de Freitas, R.; Drenski, M. F.; Alb, A. M.; Reed, W. F. “Characterization of stability, aggregation, and equilibrium properties of modified natural products; The case of carboxymethylated chitosans”, Mat. Sci. & Eng. C, 2010, 30, 234-241.
Sahiner, N.; Alb, A. M.; Graves, R.; Mandal, T.; McPherson, G. L. ; Reed, W. F. ; John, V. T. “Core-shell nanohydrogel structures as tunable delivery systems”, Polymer 2007, 48(3), 704-711.
G. A. Sorci, W. F. Reed, "Effect of valence and chemical species of added electrolyte on polyelectrolyte conformations and interactions", Macromolecules, 2004, 37, 554-565.
G. A. Sorci, W. F. Reed, "Electrostatically enhanced second and third virial coefficients, viscosity and interparticle correlations for linear polyelectrolytes", Macromolecules, 2002, 35, 5218-5227.
G.A. Sorci, W.F. Reed, "Electrostatic and Association Phenomena in Aggregates of Polymers and Micelles", Langmuir, 2002, 18, 353-364.
E. Bayly, J. L. Brousseau, W. F. Reed, "Continuous Monitoring of the Effect of Changing Solvent Conditions on Polyelectrolyte Conformations and Interactions", Int. J. of Polymer Characterization and Analysis, 2002, 7, 1-19.
R. Strelitzki, W. F. Reed, “Automated Batch Characterization of Polymer Solutions by Static Light Scattering and Viscometry”, J. App. Polym. Sci., 1999, 73, 2359-2368.
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