Alla Synytska
Alla Synytska
Head of Department Polymer Interfaces, IPF Dresden, Privatdozent TU Dresden
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Stimuli-responsive bicomponent polymer janus particles by “grafting from”/“grafting to” approaches
S Berger, A Synytska, L Ionov, KJ Eichhorn, M Stamm
Macromolecules 41 (24), 9669-9676, 2008
Facile preparation of superhydrophobic coatings by sol–gel processes
R Taurino, E Fabbri, M Messori, F Pilati, D Pospiech, A Synytska
Journal of colloid and interface science 325 (1), 149-156, 2008
Water-repellent textile via decorating fibers with amphiphilic janus particles
A Synytska, R Khanum, L Ionov, C Cherif, C Bellmann
ACS applied materials & interfaces 3 (4), 1216-1220, 2011
Fast and spatially resolved environmental probing using stimuli‐responsive polymer layers and fluorescent nanocrystals
L Ionov, S Sapra, A Synytska, AL Rogach, M Stamm, S Diez
Advanced Materials 18 (11), 1453-1457, 2006
Self-healing superhydrophobic materials
L Ionov, A Synytska
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 14 (30), 10497-10502, 2012
Adhesion and viability of two enterococcal strains on covalently grafted chitosan and chitosan/κ-carrageenan multilayers
S Bratskaya, D Marinin, F Simon, A Synytska, S Zschoche, HJ Busscher, ...
Biomacromolecules 8 (9), 2960-2968, 2007
Experimental studies of contact angle hysteresis phenomena on polymer surfaces—Toward the understanding and control of wettability for different applications
K Grundke, K Pöschel, A Synytska, R Frenzel, A Drechsler, M Nitschke, ...
Advances in colloid and interface science 222, 350-376, 2015
Biocompatible polymeric materials with switchable adhesion properties
A Synytska, E Svetushkina, N Puretskiy, G Stoychev, S Berger, L Ionov, ...
Soft Matter 6 (23), 5907-5914, 2010
Hybrid hairy Janus particles decorated with metallic nanoparticles for catalytic applications
A Kirillova, C Schliebe, G Stoychev, A Jakob, H Lang, A Synytska
ACS applied materials & interfaces 7 (38), 21218-21225, 2015
Perfluoroalkyl end-functionalized oligoesters: correlation between wettability and end-group segregation
A Synytska, D Appelhans, ZG Wang, F Simon, F Lehmann, M Stamm, ...
Macromolecules 40 (2), 297-305, 2007
Engineering of Ultra‐Hydrophobic Functional Coatings Using Controlled Aggregation of Bicomponent Core/Shell Janus Particles
S Berger, L Ionov, A Synytska
Advanced Functional Materials 21 (12), 2338-2344, 2011
Interaction forces between microsized silica particles and weak polyelectrolyte brushes at varying pH and salt concentration
A Drechsler, A Synytska, P Uhlmann, MM Elmahdy, M Stamm, F Kremer
Langmuir 26 (9), 6400-6410, 2010
Optical tweezers to measure the interaction between poly (acrylic acid) brushes
G Dominguez-Espinosa, A Synytska, A Drechsler, C Gutsche, K Kegler, ...
Polymer 49 (22), 4802-4807, 2008
Ordered surface structures from PNIPAM-based loosely packed microgel particles
M Horecha, V Senkovskyy, A Synytska, M Stamm, AI Chervanyov, A Kiriy
Soft Matter 6 (23), 5980-5992, 2010
Switchable adhesion by chemical functionality and topography
M Kamperman, A Synytska
Journal of Materials Chemistry 22 (37), 19390-19401, 2012
Simple and fast method for the fabrication of switchable bicomponent micropatterned polymer surfaces
A Synytska, M Stamm, S Diez, L Ionov
Langmuir 23 (9), 5205-5209, 2007
A comparative study on switchable adhesion between thermoresponsive polymer brushes on flat and rough surfaces
E Svetushkina, N Puretskiy, L Ionov, M Stamm, A Synytska
Soft Matter 7 (12), 5691-5696, 2011
Temperature‐Induced Size‐Control of Bioactive Surface Patterns
L Ionov, A Synytska, S Diez
Advanced Functional Materials 18 (10), 1501-1508, 2008
Preparation of scratch resistant superhydrophobic hybrid coatings by sol–gel process
R Taurino, E Fabbri, D Pospiech, A Synytska, M Messori
Progress in Organic Coatings 77 (11), 1635-1641, 2014
Effects of topographic structure on wettability of differently woven fabrics
MMB Hasan, A Calvimontes, A Synytska, V Dutschk
Textile research journal 78 (11), 996-1003, 2008
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