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1.         Bismarck A, et al. (1997) Influence of fluorination on the properties of carbon fibres. J Fluorine Chem 84(2):127-134.

2.         Bismarck A, Pfaffernoschke M, Selimovic M, & Springer J (1998) Electrokinetic and contact angle measurements of grafted carbon fibers - Part III: Grafting of 2-(N,N-dimethylamino) ethyl methacrylate. Colloid Polym Sci 276(12):1110-1116.

3.         Habel WR, Hillemeier B, Bismarck A, & Springer J (1998) How to achieve the desired strain transfer for fibre-optic microdeformation measurements in cementitious building materials at early ages? P Soc Photo-Opt Ins 3483:59-63.

4.         Song BH, Bismarck A, Tahhan R, & Springer J (1998) A generalized drop length-height method for determination of contact angle in drop-on-fiber systems. J Colloid Interf Sci 197(1):68-77.

5.         Bismarck A, Ajuriagojeaskoa EE, Springer J, & Habel WR (1999) Surface modification and characterisation of optical fibres prepared for embedding in cement materials. J Chim Phys Pcb 96(7):1269-1294.

6.         Bismarck A, et al. (1999) Study on surface and mechanical fiber characteristics and their effect on the adhesion properties to a polycarbonate matrix tuned by anodic carbon fiber oxidation. Compos Part a-Appl S 30(12):1351-1366.

7.         Bismarck A, Kumru ME, & Springer J (1999) Characterization of several polymer surfaces by streaming potential and wetting measurements: Some reflections on acid-base interactions. J Colloid Interf Sci 217(2):377-387.

8.         Bismarck A, Kumru ME, & Springer J (1999) Influence of oxygen plasma treatment of PAN-based carbon fibers on their electrokinetic and wetting properties. J Colloid Interf Sci 210(1):60-72.

9.         Bismarck A, Kumru ME, Springer J, & Simitzis J (1999) Surface properties of PAN-based carbon fibers tuned by anodic oxidation in different alkaline electrolyte systems. Appl Surf Sci 143(1-4):45-55.

10.       Bismarck A, Pfaffernoschke M, Song B, & Springer J (1999) Grafted carbon fibers and their physico-chemical properties. Part II. Grafting of liquid crystalline methacrylic monomers onto carbon fibers and the influence of an applied voltage to the carbon fiber embedded in a liquid crystalline matrix. J Appl Polym Sci 71(11):1893-1904.

11.       Bismarck A, Pfaffernoschke M, & Springer J (1999) Grafted carbon fibers and their physicochemical properties. I. Grafting of methacrylic acid onto carbon fibers. J Appl Polym Sci 71(7):1175-1185.

12.       Bismarck A, Richter D, Wuertz C, & Springer J (1999) Basic and acidic surface oxides on carbon fiber and their influence on the expected adhesion to polyamide. Colloid Surface A 159(2-3):341-350.

13.       Bismarck A & Springer J (1999) Characterization of fluorinated PAN-based carbon fibers by zeta-potential measurements. Colloid Surface A 159(2-3):331-339.

14.       Bismarck A, Wuertz C, & Springer J (1999) Basic surface oxides on carbon fibers. Carbon 37(7):1019-1027.

15.       Selimovic M, Bismarck A, Pfaffernoschke M, & Springer J (1999) Grafted carbon fibers and their physico-chemical properties. Part IV: Grafting of cyano-biphenyl containing liquid-crystalline monomers onto modified carbon fibers. Acta Polym 50(4):156-162.

16.       Wuertz C, Bismarck A, Springer J, & Koniger R (1999) Electrokinetic and mechanical characterization of UV induced crosslinked acrylic copolymers. Prog Org Coat 37(3-4):117-129.

17.       Bismarck A, Pfeifer G, & Springer J (2000) Study on surface- and mechanical fiber characteristics and their effect on epoxy composite properties tuned by continuous anodic carbon fiber oxidation. J Adhes Sci Technol 14(5):661-690.

18.       Bismarck A, et al. (2000) Adhesion: Comparison between physico-chemical expected and measured adhesion of oxygen-plasma-treated carbon fibers and polycarbonate. J Adhesion 73(1):19-42.

19.       Bismarck A, Springer J, Mohanty AK, Hinrichsen G, & Khan MA (2000) Characterization of several modified jute fibers using zeta-potential measurements. Colloid Polym Sci 278(3):229-235.

20.       Ernst M, Bismarck A, Springer J, & Jekel M (2000) Zeta-potential and rejection rates of a polyethersulfone nanofiltration membrane in single salt solutions. J Membrane Sci 165(2):251-259.

21.       Mohanty AK, et al. (2000) Characterization of natural fibers using zeta-potential measurements: Surface properties and the water uptake behavior of modified jute, sisal, and coir fibers. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 219:U527-U527.

22.       Bismarck A, et al. (2001) Electrografting of poly (carbazole-co-acrylamide) onto highly oriented pyrolytic graphite. A cyclovoltammetric, atomic force microscopic and ellipsometric study. Surf Coat Tech 145(1-3):164-175.

23.       Bismarck A, et al. (2001) Surface characterization of natural fibers; surface properties and the water up-take behavior of modified sisal and coir fibers. Green Chem 3(2):100-107.

24.       Kumru ME, Springer J, Sarac AS, & Bismarck A (2001) Electrografting of thiophene, carbazole, pyrrole and their copolymers onto carbon fibers: electrokinetic measurements, surface composition and morphology. Synthetic Met 123(3):391-402.

25.       Ramanathan T, Bismarck A, Schulz E, & Subramanian K (2001) Investigation of the influence of acidic and basic surface groups on carbon fibres on the interfacial shear strength in an epoxy matrix by means of single-fibre pull-out test. Compos Sci Technol 61(4):599-605.

26.       Ramanathan T, Bismarck A, Schulz E, & Subramanian K (2001) Investigation of the influence of surface-activated carbon fibres on debonding energy and frictional stress in polymer-matrix composites by the micro-indentation technique. Compos Sci Technol 61(16):2511-2518.

27.       Ramanathan T, Bismarck A, Schulz E, & Subramanian K (2001) The use of a single-fibre pull-out test to investigate the influence of acidic and basic surface groups on carbon fibres on the adhesion to poly(phenylene sulfide) and matrix-morphology-dependent fracture behaviour. Compos Sci Technol 61(12):1703-1710.

28.       Sarac AS, Bismarck A, Kumru ME, & Springer J (2001) Electrografting of poly(carbazole-co-acrylamide) onto several carbon fibers - Electrokinetic and surface properties. Synthetic Met 123(3):411-423.

29.       Bismarck A, et al. (2002) Surface characterization of flax, hemp and cellulose fibers; Surface properties and the water uptake behavior. Polym Composite 23(5):872-894.

30.       Bismarck A, et al. (2002) Poly(carbazole-co-acrylamide) electrocoated carbon fibers and their adhesion behavior to an epoxy resin matrix. J Mater Sci 37(3):461-471.

31.       Aranberri-Askargorta I, Lampke T, & Bismarck A (2003) Wetting behavior of flax fibers as reinforcement for polypropylene. J Colloid Interf Sci 263(2):580-589.

32.       Bismarck A & Schulz E (2003) Adhesion and friction behavior between fluorinated carbon fibers and poly (vinylidene fluoride). J Mater Sci 38(24):4965-4972.

33.       Bismarck A, Boccaccini AR, Egia-Ajuriagojeaskoa E, Hulsenberg D, & Leutbecher T (2004) Surface characterization of glass fibers made from silicate waste: Zeta-potential and contact angle measurements. J Mater Sci 39(2):401-412.

34.       Abou Neel EA, et al. (2005) Effect of iron on the surface, degradation and ion release properties of phosphate-based glass fibres. Acta Biomater 1(5):553-563.

35.       Bismarck A, Lee AF, Sarac AS, Schulz E, & Wilson K (2005) Electrocoating of carbon fibres: A route for interface control in carbon fibre reinforced poly methylmethacrylate? Compos Sci Technol 65(10):1564-1573.

36.       Bismarck A, Pfaffernoschke M, Springer J, & Schulz E (2005) Polystyrene-grafted carbon fibers: Surface properties and adhesion to polystyrene. J Thermoplast Compos 18(4):307-331.

37.       Blaker JJ, Maquet V, Boccaccini AR, Jerome R, & Bismarck A (2005) Wetting of bioactive glass surfaces by poly(alpha-hydroxyacid) melts: interaction between Bioglass (R) and biodegradable polymers. E-Polymers.

38.       Maeda K, Bismarck A, & Briscoe BJ (2005) Mechanisms of scratching frictions and damage maps for rubber compounds. Wear 259(1-6):651-660.

39.       Safinia L, et al. (2005) Characterisation of 'wet' polymer surfaces for tissue engineering applications: Are flat surfaces a suitable model for complex structures? E-Polymers.

40.       Safinia L, Datan N, Hohse M, Mantalaris A, & Bismarck A (2005) Towards a methodology for the effective surface modification of porous polymer scaffolds. Biomaterials 26(36):7537-7547.

41.       Watkins L, et al. (2005) An XPS study of pulsed plasma poly-allyl-alcohol film growth on polyurethane. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 230:U4274-U4274.

42.       Haibach K, Menner A, Powell R, & Bismarck A (2006) Tailoring mechanical properties of highly porous polymer foams: Silica particle reinforced polymer foams via emulsion templating. Polymer 47(13):4513-4519.

43.       Heng JYY, Bismarck A, Lee AF, Wilson K, & Williams DR (2006) Anisotropic surface energetics and Wettability of macroscopic form I paracetamol crystals. Langmuir 22(6):2760-2769.

44.       Heng JYY, Bismarck A, & Williams DR (2006) Anisotropic surface chemistry of crystalline pharmaceutical solids. Aaps Pharmscitech 7(4).

45.       Menner A & Bismarck A (2006) New evidence for the mechanism of the pore formation in polymerising High Internal Phase Emulsions or why polyHIPEs have an interconnected pore network structure. Macromol Symp 242:19-24.

46.       Menner A, Haibach K, Powell R, & Bismarck A (2006) Tough reinforced open porous polymer foams via concentrated emulsion templating. Polymer 47(22):7628-7635.

47.       Menner A, Powell R, & Bismarck A (2006) A new route to carbon black filled polyHIPEs. Soft Matter 2(4):337-342.

48.       Menner A, Powell R, & Bismarck A (2006) Open porous polymer foams via inverse emulsion polymerization: Should the definition of high internal phase (ratio) emulsions be extended? Macromolecules 39(6):2034-2035.

49.       Safinia L, Mantalaris A, & Bismarck A (2006) Nondestructive technique for the characterization of the pore size distribution of soft porous constructs for tissue engineering. Langmuir 22(7):3235-3242.

50.       Sarac AS, Bismarck A, & Springer J (2006) Reflectance FTIR and SEM characterization of poly[N-vinylcarbazole-co-methylmethacrylate] electrografted carbon fiber surface: current density effect. J Mater Sci 41(2):389-398.

51.       Watkins L, Bismarck A, Lee AF, Wilson D, & Wilson K (2006) An XPS study of pulsed plasma polymerised allyl alcohol film growth on polyurethane. Appl Surf Sci 252(23):8203-8211.

52.       Bajomo M, Steinke JHG, & Bismarck A (2007) Inducing pH responsiveness via ultralow thiol content in polyacrylamide (Micro)Gels with labile crosslinks. J Phys Chem B 111(29):8655-8662.

53.       Baltazar-Y-Jimenez A & Bismarck A (2007) Wetting behaviour, moisture up-take and electrokinetic properties of lignocellulosic fibres. Cellulose 14(2):115-127.

54.       Baltazar-Y-Jimenez A & Bismarck A (2007) Surface modification of lignocellulosic fibres in atmospheric air pressure plasma. Green Chem 9(10):1057-1066.

55.       Bismarck A, Hofmeler M, & Dorner G (2007) Effect of hot water immersion on the performance of carbon reinforced unidirectional poly(ether ether ketone) (PEEK) composites: Stress rupture under end-loaded bending. Compos Part a-Appl S 38(2):407-426.

56.       Griffin JM, Robb I, & Bismarck A (2007) Preparation and characterization of surfactant-free stimuli-sensitive microizel disversions. J Appl Polym Sci 104(3):1912-1919.

57.       Grigoryeva O, Slisenko O, Bismarck A, & Sergeeva L (2007) Effect of specific interactions on structure-property relationships of thermoplastic IPNs based on polyurethane and styrene-co-acrylic acid ionomers. Macromol Symp 254:233-239.

58.       Heng JYY, Bismarck A, Lee AF, Wilson K, & Williams DR (2007) Anisotropic surface chemistry of aspirin crystals. J Pharm Sci-Us 96(8):2134-2144.

59.       Heng JYY, Pearse DF, Thielmann F, Lampke T, & Bismarck A (2007) Methods to determine surface energies of natural fibres: a review. Compos Interface 14(7-9):581-604.

60.       Ho KKC, Beamson G, Shia G, Polyakova NV, & Bismarck A (2007) Surface and bulk properties of severely fluorinated carbon fibres. J Fluorine Chem 128(11):1359-1368.

61.       Ho KKC, Kalinka G, Tran MQ, Polyakova NV, & Bismarck A (2007) Fluorinated carbon fibres and their suitability as reinforcement for fluoropolymers. Compos Sci Technol 67(13):2699-2706.

62.       Ho KKC, Lamoriniere S, Kalinka G, Schulz E, & Bismarck A (2007) Interfacial behavior between atmospheric-plasma-fluorinated carbon fibers and poly(vinylidene fluoride). J Colloid Interf Sci 313(2):476-484.

63.       Ho KKC, Lee AF, & Bismarck A (2007) Fluorination of carbon fibres in atmospheric plasma. Carbon 45(4):775-784.

64.       Juntaro J, Pommet M, Mantalaris A, Shaffer M, & Bismarck A (2007) Nanocellulose enhanced interfaces in truly green unidirectional fibre reinforced composites. Compos Interface 14(7-9):753-762.

65.       Maeda K, Bismarck A, & Briscoe B (2007) Effect of bulk deformation on rubber adhesion. Wear 263:1016-1022.

66.       Manley SS, et al. (2007) New insights into the relationship between internal phase level of emulsion templates and gas/liquid permeability of open porous polymer foams. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 234.

67.       Menner A, Graeber N, & Bismarck A (2007) New concentrated emulsion templating strategies as a route to highly porous polymer composite foams. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 234.

68.       Menner A, Ikem V, Salgueiro M, Shaffer MSP, & Bismarck A (2007) High internal phase emulsion templates solely stabilised by functionalised titania nanoparticles. Chem Commun (41):4274-4276.

69.       Menner A, Shaffer MSP, & Bismarck A (2007) No soap required! Particle-stabilized emulsion templates for reinforced highly porous polymer foams. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 234.

70.       Menner A, Verdejo R, Shaffer M, & Bismarck A (2007) Particle-stabilized surfactant-free medium internal phase emulsions as templates for porous nanocomposite materials: Poly-pickering-foams. Langmuir 23(5):2398-2403.

71.       Safinia L, Wilson K, Mantalaris A, & Bismarck A (2007) Atmospheric plasma treatment of porous polymer constructs for tissue engineering applications. Macromol Biosci 7(3):315-327.

72.       Toh YHS, Loh XX, Li K, Bismarck A, & Livingston AG (2007) In search of a standard method for the characterisation of organic solvent nanofiltration membranes. J Membrane Sci 291(1-2):120-125.

73.       Tran MQ, Tridech C, Alfrey A, Bismarck A, & Shaffer MSP (2007) Thermal oxidative cutting of multi-walled carbon nanotubes. Carbon 45(12):2341-2350.

74.       Verdejo R, Lamoriniere S, Cottam B, Bismarck A, & Shaffer M (2007) Removal of oxidation debris from multi-walled carbon nanotubes. Chem Commun (5):513-515.

75.       Baltazar-Y-Jimenez A, Bistritz M, Schulz E, & Bismarck A (2008) Atmospheric air pressure plasma treatment of lignocellulosic fibres: Impact on mechanical properties and adhesion to cellulose acetate butyrate. Compos Sci Technol 68(1):215-227.

76.       Baltazar-y-Jimenez A, Juntaro J, & Bismarck A (2008) Effect of Atmospheric Air Pressure Plasma Treatment on the Thermal Behaviour of Natural Fibres and Dynamical Mechanical Properties of Randomly-Oriented Short Fibre Composites. J Biobased Mater Bio 2(3):264-272.

77.       Bismarck A (2008) Are hierarchical composite structures the way forward to improve the properties of truly green composites? Express Polym Lett 2(10):687-687.

78.       Bismarck A, Brostow W, Chiu R, Lobland HEH, & Ho KKC (2008) Effects of surface plasma treatment on tribology of thermoplastic polymers. Polym Eng Sci 48(10):1971-1976.

79.       Chen QZ, et al. (2008) Characterisation of a soft elastomer poly(glycerol sebacate) designed to match the mechanical properties of myocardial tissue. Biomaterials 29(1):47-57.

80.       Hulsenberg D, Harnisch A, & Bismarck A (2008) Microstructuring of Glasses. Springer Ser Mater S 87:1-323.

81.       Hulsenberg D, Harnisch A, & Bismarck A (2008) Joining Methods for Glass Based Microdevices. Springer Ser Mater S 87:263-278.

82.       Hulsenberg D, Harnisch A, & Bismarck A (2008) Introduction to Geometrical Microstructuring. Springer Ser Mater S 87:105-112.

83.       Hulsenberg D, Harnisch A, & Bismarck A (2008) Silicate Glasses: A Class of Amorphous Materials. Springer Ser Mater S 87:3-+.

84.       Hulsenberg D, Harnisch A, & Bismarck A (2008) Microstructuring Glasses Using Lasers. Springer Ser Mater S 87:175-196.

85.       Hulsenberg D, Harnisch A, & Bismarck A (2008) Properties and Selected Applications of Microstructured Glass Devices. Springer Ser Mater S 87:279-294.

86.       Hulsenberg D, Harnisch A, & Bismarck A (2008) Melting and Forming Glass Half Products for Microstructuring. Springer Ser Mater S 87:73-102.

87.       Hulsenberg D, Harnisch A, & Bismarck A (2008) Mechanical Structuring Processes. Springer Ser Mater S 87:113-137.

88.       Hulsenberg D, Harnisch A, & Bismarck A (2008) Thermal and Thermomechanical Structuring Processes. Springer Ser Mater S 87:155-174.

89.       Hulsenberg D, Harnisch A, & Bismarck A (2008) Geometrical Photostructuring. Springer Ser Mater S 87:197-261.

90.       Hulsenberg D, Harnisch A, & Bismarck A (2008) Chemical and Complex Structuring Processes. Springer Ser Mater S 87:139-154.

91.       Hulsenberg D, Harnisch A, & Bismarck A (2008) Thermodynamic Phenomena in Glass. Springer Ser Mater S 87:57-71.

92.       Ikem VO, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2008) High Internal Phase Emulsions Stabilized Solely by Functionalized Silica Particles. Angew Chem Int Edit 47(43):8277-8279.

93.       Jell G, et al. (2008) Carbon nanotube-enhanced polyurethane scaffolds fabricated by thermally induced phase separation. J Mater Chem 18(16):1865-1872.

94.       Juntaro J, et al. (2008) Creating hierarchical structures in renewable composites by attaching bacterial cellulose onto sisal fibers. Adv Mater 20(16):3122-3126.

95.       Loh XX, et al. (2008) Polyaniline hollow fibres for organic solvent nanofiltration. Chem Commun (47):6324-6326.

96.       Menner A, Salgueiro M, Shaffer MSP, & Bismarck A (2008) Nanocomposite foams obtained by polymerization of high internal phase emulsions. J Polym Sci Pol Chem 46(16):5708-5714.

97.       Pommet M, et al. (2008) Surface modification of natural fibers using bacteria: Depositing bacterial cellulose onto natural fibers to create hierarchical fiber reinforced nanocomposites. Biomacromolecules 9(6):1643-1651.

98.       Qian H, Bismarck A, Greenhalgh ES, Kalinka G, & Shaffer MSP (2008) Hierarchical composites reinforced with carbon nanotube grafted fibers: The potential assessed at the single fiber level. Chem Mater 20(5):1862-1869.

99.       Safinia L, Wilson K, Mantalaris A, & Bismarck A (2008) Through-thickness plasma modification of biodegradable and nonbiodegradable porous polymer constructs. J Biomed Mater Res A 87A(3):632-642.

100.    Shaffer M, Cottam B, Chyla S, Menzel R, & Bismarck A (2008) Synthesis of one-dimensional titanium dioxide nanostructures. Nsti Nanotech 2008, Vol 1, Technical Proceedings:537-537.

101.    Shaffer M, Verdejo R, Tran M, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2008).Adapting carbon nanotubes for fine composite structures. Nsti Nanotech 2008, Vol 1, Technical Proceedings:191-193.

102.    Tran MQ, Cabral JT, Shaffer MSP, & Bismarck A (2008) Direct measurement of the wetting behavior of individual carbon nanotubes by polymer melts: The key to carbon nanotube-polymer composites. Nano Lett 8(9):2744-2750.

103.    Tran MQ, Ho KKC, Kalinka G, Shaffer MSP, & Bismarck A (2008) Carbon fibre reinforced poly(vinylidene fluoride): Impact of matrix modification on fibre/polymer adhesion. Compos Sci Technol 68(7-8):1766-1776.

104.    Tran MQ, Shaffer MSP, & Bismarck A (2008) Manufacturing carbon nanotube/PVDF nanocomposite powders. Macromol Mater Eng 293(3):188-193.

105.    Vukicevic U, Ziemian S, Bismarck A, & Shaffer MSP (2008) Self-cleaning anatase nanorods: photocatalytic removal of structure directing agents and subsequent surface modification. J Mater Chem 18(29):3448-3453.

106.    Abbott A & Bismarck A (2009) All bacterial-based green nanocomposites. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 237.

107.    Bismarck A & Scarponi C (2009) A Special Issue on Innovative Natural Fibre Composites for Industrial Applications. J Biobased Mater Bio 3(3):213-214.

108.    Blaker JJ, Lee K, & Bismarck A (2009) Greener highly porous nanocomposites via polyPickering emulsion templating and UV photopolymerization. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 238.

109.    Blaker JJ, Lee KY, Li XX, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2009) Renewable nanocomposite polymer foams synthesized from Pickering emulsion templates. Green Chem 11(9):1321-1326.

110.    Blaker JJ, Lee KY, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2009) Renewable (greener) nanocomposite polymer foams synthesised from Pickering emulsion templates: using nanocellulose as a building tool. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 237.

111.    Blanco TM, Bismarck A, Mantalaris A, & Panoskaltsis N (2009) Cytokine-Free Expansion of Human Cord Blood Mononuclear Cells in a Three-Dimensional (3d) Biomimicry. Exp Hematol 37(9):S101-S101.

112.    Ikem VO, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2009) Multiple structured polymer foams via emulsion templating. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 238.

113.    Ikem VO, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2009) Highly permeable polymerized-Pickering-high internal phase emulsions. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 238.

114.    Lee KY, Blaker JJ, & Bismarck A (2009) Surface functionalisation of bacterial cellulose as the route to produce green polylactide nanocomposites with improved properties. Compos Sci Technol 69(15-16):2724-2733.

115.    Loh XX, et al. (2009) Crosslinked integrally skinned asymmetric polyaniline membranes for use in organic solvents. J Membrane Sci 326(2):635-642.

116.    Manley SS, et al. (2009) New insights into the relationship between internal phase level of emulsion templates and gas-liquid permeability of interconnected macroporous polymers. Soft Matter 5(23):4780-4787.

117.    Menner A & Bismarck A (2009) Macroporous epoxy foams via emulsion templating. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 238.

118.    Menzel R, Lee A, Bismarck A, & Shaffer MSP (2009) Inverse Gas Chromatography of As-Received and Modified Carbon Nanotubes. Langmuir 25(14):8340-8348.

119.    Mortera-Blanco T, Mantalaris A, Bismarck A, & Panoskaltsis N (2009) Long-Term in Vitro Cytokine-Free and Serum-Free Culture of Human Cord Blood Mononuclear Cells in a Three-Dimensional Scaffold. Blood 114(22):208-208.

120.    Murakami R & Bismarck A (2009) Porous polymers prepared using particle-stabilized nonaqueous foams. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 238.

121.    Sairam M, et al. (2009) Nanoporous asymmetric polyaniline films for filtration of organic solvents. J Membrane Sci 330(1-2):166-174.

122.    Salejova-Zadrazilova G, Livingston AG, & Bismarck A (2009) Tailoring the Architecture of Polymer Nanostructured Composite Materials for Innovations in Liquid Permeations. Nanocon 2009, Conference Proceedings:69-73.

123.    Verdejo R, et al. (2009) Reactive polyurethane carbon nanotube foams and their interactions with osteoblasts. J Biomed Mater Res A 88A(1):65-73.

124.    Abbott A & Bismarck A (2010) Self-reinforced cellulose nanocomposites. Cellulose 17(4):779-791.

125.    Blaker JJ, Bismarck A, Boccaccini AR, Young AM, & Nazhat SN (2010) Premature degradation of poly(alpha-hydroxyesters) during thermal processing of Bioglass (R)-containing composites. Acta Biomater 6(3):756-762.

126.    Blaker JJ, Lee KY, Mantalaris A, & Bismarck A (2010) Ice-microsphere templating to produce highly porous nanocomposite PLA matrix scaffolds with pores selectively lined by bacterial cellulose nano-whiskers. Compos Sci Technol 70(13):1879-1888.

127.    Blanco TM, Mantalaris A, Bismarck A, & Panoskaltsis N (2010) The development of a three-dimensional scaffold for ex vivo biomimicry of human acute myeloid leukaemia. Biomaterials 31(8):2243-2251.

128.    Blanco TM, Mantalaris A, Santiapillai J, Bismarck A, & Panoskaltsis N (2010) Effects of Single-Agent, Low Dose Exogenous Erythropoietin In a Long-Term In Vitro serum-Free 3D Culture of Human Cord Blood Mononuclear Cells for Directed Erythropoiesis. Blood 116(21):154-154.

129.    Chrzanowski W, et al. (2010) Tailoring Cell Behavior on Polymers by the Incorporation of Titanium Doped Phosphate Glass Filler. Adv Eng Mater 12(7):B298-B308.

130.    Eichhorn SJ, et al. (2010) Review: current international research into cellulose nanofibres and nanocomposites. J Mater Sci 45(1):1-33.

131.    Erden S, et al. (2010) Continuous Atmospheric Plasma Oxidation of Carbon Fibres: Influence on the Fibre Surface and Bulk Properties and Adhesion to Polyamide 12. Plasma Chem Plasma P 30(4):471-487.

132.    Georgiadis A, et al. (2010) Interfacial tension measurements and modelling of (carbon dioxide plus n-alkane) and (carbon dioxide plus water) binary mixtures at elevated pressures and temperatures. J Supercrit Fluid 55(2):743-754.

133.    Georgiadis A, Maitland G, Trusler JPM, & Bismarck A (2010) Interfacial Tension Measurements of the (H2O + CO2) System at Elevated Pressures and Temperatures. J Chem Eng Data 55(10):4168-4175.

134.    Ho KKC, Kolliopoulos A, Lamoriniere S, Greenhalgh ES, & Bismarck A (2010) Atmospheric plasma fluorination as a means to improve the mechanical properties of short-carbon fibre reinforced poly (vinylidene fluoride). Compos Part a-Appl S 41(9):1115-1122.

135.    Ikem VO, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2010) High-Porosity Macroporous Polymers Sythesized from Titania-Particle-Stabilized Medium and High Internal Phase Emulsions. Langmuir 26(11):8836-8841.

136.    Ikem VO, Menner A, Horozov TS, & Bismarck A (2010) Highly Permeable Macroporous Polymers Synthesized from Pickering Medium and High Internal Phase Emulsion Templates. Adv Mater 22(32):3588-+.

137.    Kim K & Bismarck A (2010) Science Babel: Does the lack of a common terminology in the field of emulsion templating hinder progress? Express Polym Lett 4(4):196-196.

138.    Kot E & Bismarck A (2010) Polyacrylamide Containing Weak Temperature Labile Azo Links in the Polymer Backbone. Macromolecules 43(15):6469-6475.

139.    Lin YM, Chrzanowski W, Knowles J, Bishop A, & Bismarck A (2010) Functionalized Poly(D,L-lactide) for Pulmonary Epithelial Cell Culture. Adv Eng Mater 12(4):B101-B112.

140.    Lin YM, Zhang A, Bismarck A, & Bishop AE (2010) Effects of fibroblast growth factors on the differentiation of the pulmonary progenitors from murine embryonic stem cells. Exp Lung Res 36(5):307-320.

141.    Lin YM, Zhang A, Rippon HJ, Bismarck A, & Bishop AE (2010) Tissue Engineering of Lung: The Effect of Extracellular Matrix on the Differentiation of Embryonic Stem Cells to Pneumocytes. Tissue Eng Pt A 16(5):1515-1526.

142.    Menzel R, et al. (2010) A versatile, solvent-free methodology for the functionalisation of carbon nanotubes. Chem Sci 1(5):603-608.

143.    Murakami R & Bismarck A (2010) Particle-Stabilized Materials: Dry Oils and (Polymerized) Non-Aqueous Foams. Adv Funct Mater 20(5):732-737.

144.    Qian H, Bismarck A, Greenhalgh ES, & Shaffer MSP (2010) Carbon nanotube grafted carbon fibres: A study of wetting and fibre fragmentation. Compos Part a-Appl S 41(9):1107-1114.

145.    Qian H, Bismarck A, Greenhalgh ES, & Shaffer MSP (2010) Carbon nanotube grafted silica fibres: Characterising the interface at the single fibre level. Compos Sci Technol 70(2):393-399.

146.    Qian H, Bismarck A, Greenhalgh ES, & Shaffer MSP (2010) Synthesis and characterisation of carbon nanotubes grown on silica fibres by injection CVD. Carbon 48(1):277-286.

147.    Qian H, Greenhalgh ES, Shaffer MSP, & Bismarck A (2010) Carbon nanotube-based hierarchical composites: a review. J Mater Chem 20(23):4751-4762.

148.    Sairam M, et al. (2010) Spiral-wound polyaniline membrane modules for organic solvent nanofiltration (OSN). J Membrane Sci 349(1-2):123-129.

149.    Shamsuddin SR, Ho KKC, Lamoriniere S, Lee AF, & Bismarck A (2010) Impact of In-Line Atmospheric Plasma Fluorination of Carbon Fibers on the Performance of Unidirectional, Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Polyvinylidene Fluoride. Adv Polym Tech 29(2):86-97.

150.    Wu RT, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2010) Tough Interconnected Polymerized Medium and High Internal Phase Emulsions Reinforced by Silica Particles. J Polym Sci Pol Chem 48(9):1979-1989.

151.    Bajomo M, Robb I, Steinke JHG, & Bismarck A (2011) Fully Reversible pH-Triggered Network Formation of Amphoteric Polyelectrolyte Hydrogels. Adv Funct Mater 21(1):172-176.

152.    Blaker JJ, Lee KY, & Bismarck A (2011) All PLA matrix composites with anisotropic properties: Reinforcement with melt spun nanocomposite fibres of semi-crystalline PLA/bacterial cellulose nanowhiskers. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 241.

153.    Blaker JJ, Lee KY, & Bismarck A (2011) Hierarchical Composites Made Entirely from Renewable Resources. J Biobased Mater Bio 5(1):1-16.

154.    Deepa B, et al. (2011) Structure, morphology and thermal characteristics of banana nano fibers obtained by steam explosion. Bioresource Technol 102(2):1988-1997.

155.    Eichhorn SJ, Quero F, Lee KY, Mantalaris A, & Bismarck A (2011) Mechanics of bacterial cellulose composite interfaces. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 241.

156.    Georgiadis A, Maitland G, Trusler JPM, & Bismarck A (2011) Interfacial Tension Measurements of the (H2O + n-Decane + CO2) Ternary System at Elevated Pressures and Temperatures. J Chem Eng Data 56(12):4900-4908.

157.    Ho KKC & Bismarck A (2011) Electrokinetic characterisation of interfacial properties of natural fibres. Woodhead Publ Mater:205-221.

158.    Ho KKC, Shamsuddin SR, Laffan M, & Bismarck A (2011) Unidirectional carbon fibre reinforced poly (vinylidene fluoride): Impact of atmospheric plasma on composite performance. Compos Part a-Appl S 42(5):453-461.

159.    Ho KKC, et al. (2011) Wet impregnation as route to unidirectional carbon fibre reinforced thermoplastic composites manufacturing. Plast Rubber Compos 40(2):100-107.

160.    Ikem VO, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2011) Tailoring the mechanical performance of highly permeable macroporous polymers synthesized via Pickering emulsion templating. Soft Matter 7(14):6571-6577.

161.    Lee KY, Bharadia P, Blaker JJ, & Bismarck A (2011) Renewable hierarchical fibre reinforced bacterial cellulose nanocomposites with improved properties. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 241.

162.    Lee KY & Bismarck A (2011) Assessing the moisture uptake behaviour of natural fibres. Woodhead Publ Mater:275-288.

163.    Lee KY, Blaker JJ, & Bismarck A (2011) Why do cellulose nanofibrils behave differently when modifying freeze-dried or never-dried bacterial cellulose? Abstr Pap Am Chem S 241.

164.    Lee KY, Delille A, & Bismarck A (2011) Greener Surface Treatments of Natural Fibres for the Production of Renewable Composite Materials. Cellulose Fibers: Bio- and Nano-Polymer Composites:155-178.

165.    Lee KY, et al. (2011) Surface only modification of bacterial cellulose nanofibres with organic acids. Cellulose 18(3):595-605.

166.    Lee KY, Wong LLC, Blaker JJ, Hodgkinson JM, & Bismarck A (2011) Bio-based macroporous polymer nanocomposites made by mechanical frothing of acrylated epoxidised soybean oil. Green Chem 13(11):3117-3123.

167.    Menner A, Jiang QX, & Bismarck A (2011) Macroporous polymer membranes via emulsion templating. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 242.

168.    Mortera-Blanco T, Mantalaris A, Bismarck A, Aqel N, & Panoskaltsis N (2011) Long-term cytokine-free expansion of cord blood mononuclear cells in three-dimensional scaffolds. Biomaterials 32(35):9263-9270.

169.    Qian H, et al. (2011) Mapping local microstructure and mechanical performance around carbon nanotube grafted silica fibres: Methodologies for hierarchical composites. Nanoscale 3(11):4759-4767.

170.    Quero F, et al. (2011) Cross-Linked Bacterial Cellulose Networks Using Glyoxalization. Acs Appl Mater Inter 3(2):490-499.

171.    Sairam M, Sereewatthanawut E, Li K, Bismarck A, & Livingston AG (2011) Method for the preparation of cellulose acetate flat sheet composite membranes for forward osmosis-Desalination using MgSO4 draw solution. Desalination 273(2-3):299-307.

172.    Shamsuddin SR, Ho KKC, Ng P, Lee AF, & Bismarck A (2011) Synergy of matrix and fibre modification on adhesion between carbon fibres and poly(vinylidene fluoride). Compos Sci Technol 72(1):56-64.

173.    Shirshova N, Bismarck A, & Steinke JHG (2011) Ionic Liquids as Internal Phase for Non-Aqueous PolyHIPEs. Macromol Rapid Comm 32(23):1899-1904.

174.    Shirshova N, Bismarck A, & Steinke JHG (2011) Nonaqueous polyHIPEs with an ionic liquid as internal phase. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 242.

175.    Shirshova N, Menner A, Funkhouser GP, & Bismarck A (2011) Polymerised high internal phase emulsion cement hybrids: Macroporous polymer scaffolds for setting cements. Cement Concrete Res 41(4):443-450.

176.    Vilchez A, Rodriguez-Abreu C, Esquena J, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2011) Macroporous Polymers Obtained in Highly Concentrated Emulsions Stabilized Solely with Magnetic Nanoparticles. Langmuir 27(21):13342-13352.

177.    Wong LC, Ikem VO, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2011) Macroporous polymers with hierarchical pore structures. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 242.

178.    Wong LC, Ikem VO, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2011) Hierarchically arranged pores in macroporous polymers synthesised using high internal phase emulsions stabilized by functionalized titania nanoparticles. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 241.

179.    Wong LLC, Ikem VO, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2011) Macroporous Polymers with Hierarchical Pore Structure from Emulsion Templates Stabilised by Both Particles and Surfactants. Macromol Rapid Comm 32(19):1563-1568.

180.    Bismarck A (2012) Editorial corner - a personal view Hype about High Internal Phase Emulsion templating: Adding particles makes all the difference. Express Polym Lett 6(12):953-953.

181.    Bismarck A, et al. (2012) Recent Progress in Natural Fibre Composites: Selected Papers from the 3rd International Conference on Innovative Natural Fibre Composites for Industrial Applications, Ecocomp 2011 and BEPS 2011. J Biobased Mater Bio 6(4):343-345.

182.    Kot E, Saini RK, Norman LR, & Bismarck A (2012) Novel Drag-Reducing Agents for Fracturing Treatments Based on Polyacrylamide Containing Weak Labile Links in the Polymer Backbone. Spe J 17(3):924-930.

183.    Lee KY, Bharadia P, Blaker JJ, & Bismarck A (2012) Short sisal fibre reinforced bacterial cellulose polylactide nanocomposites using hairy sisal fibres as reinforcement. Compos Part a-Appl S 43(11):2065-2074.

184.    Lee KY & Bismarck A (2012) Susceptibility of never-dried and freeze-dried bacterial cellulose towards esterification with organic acid. Cellulose 19(3):891-900.

185.    Lee KY, Ho KKC, Schlufter K, & Bismarck A (2012) Hierarchical composites reinforced with robust short sisal fibre preforms utilising bacterial cellulose as binder. Compos Sci Technol 72(13):1479-1486.

186.    Lee KY, et al. (2012) High Performance Cellulose Nanocomposites: Comparing the Reinforcing Ability of Bacterial Cellulose and Nanofibrillated Cellulose. Acs Appl Mater Inter 4(8):4078-4086.

187.    Lee KY, Tang M, Williams CK, & Bismarck A (2012) Carbohydrate derived copoly(lactide) as the compatibilizer for bacterial cellulose reinforced polylactide nanocomposites. Compos Sci Technol 72(14):1646-1650.

188.    Menzel R, Bismarck A, & Shaffer MSP (2012) Deconvolution of the structural and chemical surface properties of carbon nanotubes by inverse gas chromatography. Carbon 50(10):3416-3421.

189.    Quero F, et al. (2012) Interfaces in Cross-Linked and Grafted Bacterial Cellulose/Poly(Lactic Acid) Resin Composites. J Polym Environ 20(4):916-925.

190.    Shirshova N & Bismarck A (2012) In-situ preparation of polymer scaffolds in retarded cement slurries: An emulsion templating approach for rapid, on-demand strength development. Cement Concrete Comp 34(3):337-341.

191.    Teo A, Lim M, Chan MB, Bismarck A, & Mantalaris A (2012) A novel perfusion bioreactor for cardiomyogenesis. J Tissue Eng Regen M 6:109-109.

192.    Zadrazil I, Bismarck A, Hewitt GF, & Markides CN (2012) Shear layers in the turbulent pipe flow of drag reducing polymer solutions. Chem Eng Sci 72:142-154.

193.    Zhao J, Ho KKC, Shamsuddin SR, Bismarck A, & Dutschk V (2012) A comparative study of fibre/matrix interface in glass fibre reinforced polyvinylidene fluoride composites. Colloid Surface A 413:58-64.

194.    Zhou SZ, Bismarck A, & Steinke JHG (2012) Thermoresponsive Macroporous Scaffolds Prepared by Emulsion Templating. Macromol Rapid Comm 33(21):1833-1839.

195.    Zhou SZ, Bismarck A, & Steinke JHG (2012) Interconnected macroporous glycidyl methacrylate-grafted dextran hydrogels synthesised from hydroxyapatite nanoparticle stabilised high internal phase emulsion templates. J Mater Chem 22(36):18824-18829.

196.    Bai S, Ho KKC, Knox G, & Bismarck A (2013) Improving the adhesion between carbon fibres and an elastomer matrix using an acrylonitrile containing atmospheric plasma treatment. Compos Interface 20(9):761-782.

197.    Eichhorn SJ, Bismarck A, Lee KY, & Quero F (2013) Interfaces in bacterial cellulose nanofibrous networks and composites. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 245.

198.    Grande D, Purikova O, Grigoryeva O, Fainleib A, & Bismarck A (2013) Facile route to polycyanurate-based polymerized high internal phase emulsions through the formation of in situ sequential IPNs. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 245.

199.    Lee KY, Ho K, Schlufter K, & Bismarck A (2013) Nanocellulose binders for fibre preforms. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 245.

200.    Lee KY, et al. (2013) Bacterial cellulose as source for activated nanosized carbon for electric double layer capacitors. J Mater Sci 48(1):367-376.

201.    Lee KY, et al. (2013) Nanofibrillated cellulose vs. bacterial cellulose: Reinforcing ability of nanocellulose obtained top-down or bottom-up. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 245.

202.    Leijonmarck S, et al. (2013) Solid polymer electrolyte-coated carbon fibres for structural and novel micro batteries. Compos Sci Technol 89:149-157.

203.    Menner A, Jiang QX, & Bismarck A (2013) Printed macroporous polymer membranes. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 245.

204.    Oh BHL, Bismarck A, & Chan-Park M (2013) Highly water soluble chitosan for the development of highly porous thermoreversible PolyHIPE foams suitable for tissue engineering. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 245.

205.    Qian H, et al. (2013) Activation of structural carbon fibres for potential applications in multifunctional structural supercapacitors. J Colloid Interf Sci 395:241-248.

206.    Qian H, Kucernak AR, Greenhalgh ES, Bismarck A, & Shaffer MSP (2013) Multifunctional Structural Supercapacitor Composites Based on Carbon Aerogel Modified High Performance Carbon Fiber Fabric. Acs Appl Mater Inter 5(13):6113-6122.

207.    Seydibeyoglu MO, et al. (2013) Green polyurethane nanocomposites from soy polyol and bacterial cellulose. J Mater Sci 48(5):2167-2175.

208.    Shirshova N, et al. (2013) Structural supercapacitor electrolytes based on bicontinuous ionic liquid-epoxy resin systems. J Mater Chem A 1(48):15300-15309.

209.    Shirshova N, et al. (2013) Polymerised high internal phase ionic liquid-in-oil emulsions as potential separators for lithium ion batteries. J Mater Chem A 1(34):9612-9619.

210.    Shirshova N, et al. (2013) Structural composite supercapacitors. Compos Part a-Appl S 46:96-107.

211.    Tang M, et al. (2013) Porous Copolymers of epsilon-Caprolactone as Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering. Macromolecules 46(20):8136-8143.

212.    Tridech C, Maples HA, Robinson P, & Bismarck A (2013) High Performance Composites with Active Stiffness Control. Acs Appl Mater Inter 5(18):9111-9119.

213.    Wong LLC, Barg S, Menner A, Bismarck A, & Saiz E (2013) Graphene oxide macroporous polymer foam nanocomposites synthesised via emulsion templating. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 245.

214.    Wong LLC, Lee KY, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2013) Developing hierarchical macroporous nanocomposites the green way. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 245.

215.    Wong LLC, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2013) Creating highly porous gradient polymer nanocomposites by layering emulsion eemplates. Abstr Pap Am Chem S 245.

216.    Wong LLC, Villafranca PMB, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2013) Hierarchical Polymerized High Internal Phase Emulsions Synthesized from Surfactant-Stabilized Emulsion Templates. Langmuir 29(20):5952-5961.

217.    Wu RT, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2013) Macroporous polymers made from medium internal phase emulsion templates: Effect of emulsion formulation on the pore structure of polyMIPEs. Polymer 54(21):5511-5517.

218.    Yata T, et al. (2013) Novel bacteriophage-derived platform for advanced phage-guided gene transfer. Hum Gene Ther 24(5):A19-A19.

219.    Yata T, et al. (2013) Smart' bacteriophage nanocomplex: a hybrid multi-component particle for safe and efficient gene transfer. Hum Gene Ther 24(12):A61-A61.

220.    Zhou SZ, Bismarck A, & Steinke JHG (2013) Ion-responsive alginate based macroporous injectable hydrogel scaffolds prepared by emulsion templating. J Mater Chem B 1(37):4736-4745.

221.    Ikem VO, Menner A, Bismarck A, & Norman LR (2014) Liquid Screen: A Novel Method To Produce an In-Situ Gravel Pack. Spe J 19(3):437-442.

222.    Javaid A, et al. (2014) Multifunctional structural supercapacitors for electrical energy storage applications. J Compos Mater 48(12):1409-1416.

223.    Jiang QX, Menner A, & Bismarck A (2014) Emulsion-templated macroporous polymer/polymer composites with switchable stiffness. Pure Appl Chem 86(2):203-213.

224.    Kot E, Shirshova N, Bismarck A, & Steinke JHG (2014) Non-aqueous high internal phase emulsion templates for synthesis of macroporous polymers in situ filled with cyclic carbonate electrolytes. Rsc Adv 4(22):11512-11519.

225.    Lau THM, Wong LLC, Lee KY, & Bismarck A (2014) Tailored for simplicity: creating high porosity, high performance bio-based macroporous polymers from foam templates. Green Chem 16(4):1931-1940.

226.    Lee KY, Blaker JJ, Murakami R, Heng JYY, & Bismarck A (2014) Phase Behavior of Medium and High Internal Phase Water-in-Oil Emulsions Stabilized Solely by Hydrophobized Bacterial Cellulose Nanofibrils. Langmuir 30(2):452-460.

227.    Lee KY, Buldum G, Mantalaris A, & Bismarck A (2014) More Than Meets the Eye in Bacterial Cellulose: Biosynthesis, Bioprocessing, and Applications in Advanced Fiber Composites. Macromol Biosci 14(1):10-32.

228.    Mautner A, et al. (2014) Nanopapers for organic solvent nanofiltration. Chem Commun 50(43):5778-5781.

229.    Oh BHL, Bismarck A, & Chan-Park MB (2014) High Internal Phase Emulsion Templating with Self-Emulsifying and Thermoresponsive Chitosan-graft-PNIPAM-graft-Oligoproline. Biomacromolecules 15(5):1777-1787.

230.    Vilchez A, Rodriguez-Abreu C, Menner A, Bismarck A, & Esquena J (2014) Antagonistic Effects between Magnetite Nanoparticles and a Hydrophobic Surfactant in Highly Concentrated Pickering Emulsions. Langmuir 30(18):5064-5074.

231.    Wong LLC, et al. (2014) Macroporous polymer nanocomposites synthesised from high internal phase emulsion templates stabilised by reduced graphene oxide. Polymer 55(1):395-402.

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