Today we were delighted to hear from RSC Soft Matter that they are publishing one of our articles on “Polyacrylic acid interpolymer Complexation”. This paper is written by Drs Thomas Swift, Colin Seaton and Stephen Rimmer, and can be found at the Soft Matter website. This is the latest in a series of articles studying interpolymer complexation carried out by the group in recent years.
We have just published brand new research into interpolymer complexation, work carried out by Thomas Swift, Stephen Rimmer, Maria Katsikogianni, Natalie Paul and Linda Swanson. This work can now be found online at Science Direct.
Live today our latest research, carried out in collaboration with Sheffield Professor of Physics Mark Geoghegan, is published with the RSC Journal Soft Matter. This paper outlines how even the simplest ‘smart’ polymer model shows unusual and unobserved behaviour despite the maturity of the field.
Today we have heard another manuscript has just been accepted by RSC Advances, written by Dr. Thomas Swift, Dr. Linda Swanson and Professor Stephen Rimmer, titled “Poly(acrylic acid) Interpolymer Complexation: Use of a Fluorescence Time Resolved Anisotropy as a Poly(acrylamide) Probe.” The paper outlines novel use of time-resolved anisotropy as a sensing technique, determining ppm concentrations of poly(acrylamide) in aqueous solutions.