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HML Preprints 2005

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  1. Ex vivo Rheology of Spider Silk

    Kojic, Nikola; Bico, Jose; Clasen, Christian; McKinley, Gareth H.
    Submitted to Proceedings of the Royal Society B

  2. Thermorheological Properties Near the Glass Transition of Oligomeric Poly(methyl methacrylate) Blended with Acrylic Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane Nanocages

    Kopesky, Edward T.; Boyes, Stephen G.; Treat, Neil; Cohen, Robert E.; McKinley, Gareth H.
    Submitted to Rheologica Acta

  3. Iterated Stretching, Extensional Rheology and Formation of Beads-on-a-String Structures in Polymer Solutions

    Oliveira, Monica S. N.; Yeh, Roger; McKinley, Gareth H.
    Accepted for publication in JNNFM, December 2005.

  4. Nonlinear Shear and Extensional Flow Dynamics of Wormlike Surfactant Solutions

    Yesilata, B.; Clasen, Christian; McKinley, Gareth H.
    Accepted for publication in JNNFM.

  5. Rheology and Dynamics of Associative Polymers in Shear and Extension: Theory and Experiment

    Tripathi, Anubhav; Tam, Kam C.; McKinley, Gareth H.
    Submitted to Macromolecules, July 2005

  6. Controlling the Location and Spatial Extent of Nanobubbles Using Hydrophobically Nanopatterned Surfaces

    Agrawal, Abhinandan; Park, Juhyun; Ryu, Du Y.; Hammond, Paula T.; Russell, Thomas P.; McKinley, Gareth H.
    The presence of nanobubbles—as imaged with tapping-mode atomic force microscopy— is controlled using nanopatterned surfaces possessing repeating patterns of polystyrene (hydrophobic domains) and polymethyl-methacrylate (hydrophilic domains). For nanobubbles to be present, we find that, in addition to controlling the degree of surface hydrophobicity, it is important for the spatial dimensions of the hydrophobic domains on the nanopatterned surface to be commensurate with the equilibrium topology of the nanobubbles.

  7. Two-Dimensional Self-Assembly in Diblock Copolymers

    Hosoi, A.E.; Kogan, Dmitriy; Devereaux, C.E.; Bernoff, Andrew J.; Baker, S.M.
    Submitted to Phys. Rev. Lett.

  8. Slippage and Migration in Taylor-Couette Flow of a Model for Dilute Wormlike Micellar Solutions

    Rossi, Louis F.; McKinley, Gareth H.; Cook, L. Pamela
    Submitted to J. Non-Newt Fluid Mechanics, June 2005

  9. Dimensionless Groups For Understanding Free Surface Flows of Complex Fluids

    McKinley, Gareth H.
    Submitted to Bulletin of the Society of Rheology, May 2005

  10. Visco-Elasto-Capillary Thinning and Break-Up of Complex Fluids

    McKinley, Gareth H.
    Submitted to Annual Rheology Reviews, 2005.

  11. Shock Dynamics in Particle-Laden Thin Films

    Dupuy, B.; Bertozzi, A.L.; Hosoi, A.E.
    PRL 94(11) March 25, 2005 117803

  12. Miscibility and Viscoelastic Properties of Acrylic Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane-Poly(methyl methacrylate) Blends

    Kopesky, Edward T.; Haddad, Timothy S.; McKinley, Gareth H.; Cohen, Robert E.
    Submitted to POLYMER, January 2005

  13. Iterated Stretching and Multiple Beads-on-a-String Phenomena in Dilute Solutions of Highly-Extensible Flexible Polymers

    Oliveira, Monica S. N.; McKinley, Gareth H.
    Preprint submitted to Phys. Fluids (Letters)

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