419 Nanoscale Phenomena in Macromolecular Systems

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Golden Gate 2 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session is dedicated to investigations of the chemistry, structure, morphology, and properties of polymeric materials at the nanoscale. Assembly and structuring at the nanoscale can lead to enhanced or unusual properties, which might be leveraged in a variety of applications. Theoretical, computational, and experimental papers are welcome on polymeric interfacial properties as well as research investigating emerging technologies through the exploitation of polymeric interfacial phenomena. ***Note to faculty candidates: please include a note to the session chair during submission to alert them to your status*** +++Note: this session will be sorted jointly with Nanostructured Polymer Films and Polymer Thin Films and Interfaces. Authors may submit to either session.+++


Arthi Jayaraman
Email: arthij@udel.edu

Bryan W. Boudouris
Email: boudouris@purdue.edu

4:30 PM
(419e) Hybrid Stealth Liposomes: Addition of Pendant-Cholesterol Block Copolymers to Phospholipid Vesicles
Kenneth Mineart, Shrinivas Venkataraman, Yi Yan Yang, James Hedrick and Vivek M. Prabhu

4:45 PM
(419f) Structurally pH Responsive Nangel Star Polymers for Use in Drug Delivery Applications
Lisa Felberg, Anjali Doshi, Gregory Hura, Victoria Piunova, Robert Miller, Julia Rice, William Swope and Teresa Head-Gordon

5:15 PM
(419h) Redox-Active Organometallic Polymers for Environmental and Energy Applications
Xiao Su, Johannes Elbert, Kai-Jher Tan, Timothy Jamison and T. Alan Hatton
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