Found 210 results
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Journal Article
S Granick, and M Rubinstein. "Polymers: A Multitude of Macromolecules”." Nature Materials 3 (2004): 586-587.
BL Peters, DQ Pike, M Rubinstein, and GS Grest. "Polymers at Liquid/Vapor Interface." Acs Macro Letters (2017): 1191-1195.
M Rubinstein, and SP Obukhov. "Power-Law-Like Stress Relaxation of Block Copolymers: Disentanglement Regimes." Macromolecules 26 (1993): 1740-1750.
, NJ Carroll, M Rubinstein, A Chilkoti, and GP López. "Programming molecular self-assembly of intrinsically disordered proteins containing sequences of low complexity." Nat Chem (2017): 509-515.
S Wang, S Panyukov, M Rubinstein, and SL Craig. "Quantitative Adjustment to the Molecular Energy Parameter in the Lake-Thomas Theory of Polymer Fracture Energy." Macromolecules 52, no. 7 (2019): 2772-2777.
ST Hemp, AE Smith, WC Bunyard, MH Rubinstein, and TE Long. "RAFT polymerization of temperature- and salt-responsive block copolymers as reversible hydrogels." Polymer (2014): 2325-2331.
Z Wang, and M Rubinstein. "Regimes of conformational transitions of a diblock polyampholyte." Macromolecules (2006): 5897-5912.
T Witten, M Rubinstein, and R Colby. "Reinforcement of rubber by fractal aggregates." Journal de Physique II EDP Sciences 3 (1993): 367-383.
WH Anderson, RD Coakley, B Button, AG Henderson, KL Zeman, NE Alexis, DB Peden, ER Lazarowski, CW Davis, S Bailey et al. "The relationship of mucus concentration (hydration) to mucus osmotic pressure and transport in chronic bronchitis." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine (2015): 182-190.
M Rubinstein, S Zurek, TCB McLeish, and RC Ball. "Relaxation of entangled polymers at the classical gel point." Journal de Physique 51 (1990): 757-775.
SP Obukhov, and M Rubinstein. "Reply to the Comment on "Topological Glass Transition in Entangled Flux State"." Phy. Rev. Lett. 66 (1991): 2279.
X Zheng, BB Sauer, JG Van Alsten, SA Schwarz, MH Rafailovich, J Sokolov, and M Rubinstein. "Reptation dynamics of a polymer melt near an attractive solid interface." Physical Review Letters (1995): 407-410.
M Rubinstein. "Repton Model of Entangled Polymers." New Trends in Physics and Physical Chemistry of Polymers (1989): 455-469.
MY Azbel, and M Rubinstein. "Resistance and phase diagram of quasiperiodic systems." Physical Review. B, Condensed Matter (1983): 6530-6533.
I LaRue, M Adam, M Pitsikalis, N Hadjichristidis, M Rubinstein, and SS Sheiko. "Reversible morphological transitions of polystyrene-b-polyisoprene micelles." Macromolecules (2006): 309-314.
F Léonardi, J-C Majesté, A Allal, and G Marin. "Rheological models based on the double reptation mixing rule: The effects of a polydisperse environment." Journal of Rheology (2000): 675-692.
CE Wagner, BS Turner, M Rubinstein, GH McKinley, and K Ribbeck. "A Rheological Study of the Association and Dynamics of MUC5AC Gels." Biomacromolecules (2017): 3654-3664.
M Hegde, ET Samulski, M Rubinstein, and TJ Dingemans. "The role of crystallinity in SWCNT-polyetherimide nanocomposites." Composites Science and Technology (2015): 176-187.
B Button, HP Goodell, E Atieh, Y-C Chen, R Williams, S Shenoy, E Lackey, NT Shenkute, L-H Cai, RG Dennis et al. "Roles of mucus adhesion and cohesion in cough clearance." Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 115, no. 49 (2018): 12501-12506.
Q Liao, JMY Carrillo, AV Dobrynin, and M Rubinstein. "Rouse dynamics of polyelectrolyte solutions: Molecular dynamics study." Macromolecules (2007): 7671-7679.
JT Kalathi, SK Kumar, M Rubinstein, and GS Grest. "Rouse mode analysis of chain relaxation in homopolymer melts." Macromolecules (2014): 6925-6931.
JT Kalathi, SK Kumar, M Rubinstein, and GS Grest. "Rouse mode analysis of chain relaxation in polymer nanocomposites."4123-4132.
S Obukhov, and M Rubinstein. "Scaling of megabase DNA undergoing gel electrophoresis." Journal de Physique II, EDP Sciences 3 (1993).
EV Patton, JA Wesson, M Rubinstein, JC Wilson, and LE Oppenheimer. "Scaling Properties of Branched Polyesters." Macromolecules 22 (1989): 1946-1959.
RH Colby, M Rubinstein,, and TH Mourey. "Scaling Properties of Branched Polyesters. 2. Static Scaling above the Gel Point." Macromolecules (1992): 7180-7187.