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31 Structure-property behavior of segmented polyurethaneurea copolymers based on an ethylene-butylene soft segment
Klinedinst DB, Yilgor E, Yilgor I, Beyer FL, Wilkes GL
Polymer, 46(23), 10191, 2005
32 Incorporation of carbon dioxide into soybean oil and subsequent preparation and studies of nonisocyanate polyurethane networks
Tamami B, Sohn S, Wilkes GL
Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 92(2), 883, 2004
33 Correlations of solution rheology with electrospun fiber formation of linear and branched polyesters
McKee MG, Wilkes GL, Colby RH, Long TE
Macromolecules, 37(5), 1760, 2004
34 A new generation of highly branched polymers: hyperbranched, segmented poly(urethane urea) elastomers
Unal S, Yilgor I, Yilgor E, Sheth JP, Wilkes GL, Long TE
Macromolecules, 37(19), 7081, 2004
35 In situ photo-cross-linking of cinnamate functionalized poly(methyl methacrylate-co-2-hydroxyethyl acrylate) fibers during electrospinning
Gupta P, Trenor SR, Long TE, Wilkes GL
Macromolecules, 37(24), 9211, 2004
36 A tubular film extrusion of poly(vinylidene fluoride): structure/process/property behavior as a function of molecular weight
Xu JN, Johnson M, Wilkes GL
Polymer, 45(15), 5327, 2004
37 Exploring long-range connectivity of the hard segment phase in model tri-segment oligomeric polyurethanes via lithium chloride
Sheth JP, Aneja A, Wilkes GL
Polymer, 45(17), 5979, 2004
38 Influence of system variables on the morphological and dynamic mechanical behavior of polydimethylsiloxane based segmented polyurethane and polyurea copolymers: a comparative perspective
Sheth JP, Aneja A, Wilkes GL, Yilgor E, Atilla GE, Yilgor I, Beyer FL
Polymer, 45(20), 6919, 2004
39 Hard segment connectivity in low molecular weight model'trisegment' polyurethanes based on monols
Aneja A, Wilkes GL
Polymer, 45(3), 927, 2004
40 Structure-property relationships of poly(urethane-urea)s with ultralow monol content poly(propylene glycol) soft segments. III. Influence of mixed soft segments of ultralow monol poly(propylene glycol), poly(tetramethylene ether glycol), and tri(propylene glycol)
O'Sickey MJ, Lawrey BD, Wilkes GL
Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 89(13), 3520, 2003