Srinivasa R. Raghavan
Srinivasa R. Raghavan
University of Maryland, Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
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Flame retardant mechanism of polyamide 6–clay nanocomposites
T Kashiwagi, RH Harris Jr, X Zhang, RM Briber, BH Cipriano, ...
Polymer 45 (3), 881-891, 2004
5472004
Highly viscoelastic wormlike micellar solutions formed by cationic surfactants with long unsaturated tails
SR Raghavan, EW Kaler
Langmuir 17 (2), 300-306, 2001
4422001
Rheology of silica dispersions in organic liquids: new evidence for solvation forces dictated by hydrogen bonding
SR Raghavan, HJ Walls, SA Khan
Langmuir 16 (21), 7920-7930, 2000
4042000
Self-assembly of surfactant vesicles that transform into viscoelastic wormlike micelles upon heating
TS Davies, AM Ketner, SR Raghavan
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (20), 6669-6675, 2006
3662006
Wormlike micelles formed by synergistic self-assembly in mixtures of anionic and cationic surfactants
SR Raghavan, G Fritz, EW Kaler
Langmuir 18 (10), 3797-3803, 2002
3642002
Silica hollow spheres by templating of catanionic vesicles
HP Hentze, SR Raghavan, CA McKelvey, EW Kaler
Langmuir 19 (4), 1069-1074, 2003
3362003
Sugar‐derived phase‐selective molecular gelators as model solidifiers for oil spills
SR Jadhav, PK Vemula, R Kumar, SR Raghavan, G John
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 49 (42), 7695-7698, 2010
3172010
Shear-thickening response of fumed silica suspensions under steady and oscillatory shear
SR Raghavan, SA Khan
Journal of colloid and interface science 185 (1), 57-67, 1997
3091997
Microstructural changes in SDS micelles induced by hydrotropic salt
PA Hassan, SR Raghavan, EW Kaler
Langmuir 18 (7), 2543-2548, 2002
2952002
Microstructure and dynamics of wormlike micellar solutions formed by mixing cationic and anionic surfactants
RD Koehler, SR Raghavan, EW Kaler
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 104 (47), 11035-11044, 2000
2862000
Electrical and rheological percolation in polystyrene/MWCNT nanocomposites
AK Kota, BH Cipriano, MK Duesterberg, AL Gershon, D Powell, ...
Macromolecules 40 (20), 7400-7406, 2007
2822007
Kinetics of 5α-cholestan-3β-yl N-(2-naphthyl) carbamate/n-alkane organogel formation and its influence on the fibrillar networks
X Huang, P Terech, SR Raghavan, RG Weiss
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (12), 4336-4344, 2005
2592005
A simple class of photorheological fluids: surfactant solutions with viscosity tunable by light
AM Ketner, R Kumar, TS Davies, PW Elder, SR Raghavan
Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (6), 1553-1559, 2007
2222007
Wormlike micelles of a C22-tailed zwitterionic betaine surfactant: from viscoelastic solutions to elastic gels
R Kumar, GC Kalur, L Ziserman, D Danino, SR Raghavan
Langmuir 23 (26), 12849-12856, 2007
2212007
Cloud-point phenomena in wormlike micellar systems containing cationic surfactant and salt
SR Raghavan, H Edlund, EW Kaler
Langmuir 18 (4), 1056-1064, 2002
2062002
Unraveling the mechanism of nanotube formation by chiral self-assembly of amphiphiles
L Ziserman, HY Lee, SR Raghavan, A Mor, D Danino
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (8), 2511-2517, 2011
2042011
Distinct kinetic pathways generate organogel networks with contrasting fractality and thixotropic properties
X Huang, SR Raghavan, P Terech, RG Weiss
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (47), 15341-15352, 2006
2042006
To gel or not to gel: correlating molecular gelation with solvent parameters
Y Lan, MG Corradini, RG Weiss, SR Raghavan, MA Rogers
Chemical Society Reviews 44 (17), 6035-6058, 2015
1932015
Effects of aspect ratio of MWNT on the flammability properties of polymer nanocomposites
BH Cipiriano, T Kashiwagi, SR Raghavan, Y Yang, EA Grulke, ...
Polymer 48 (20), 6086-6096, 2007
1842007
A self-assembling hydrophobically modified chitosan capable of reversible hemostatic action
MB Dowling, R Kumar, MA Keibler, JR Hess, GV Bochicchio, ...
Biomaterials 32 (13), 3351-3357, 2011
1612011
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