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  1. Thymine-functionalised siloxanes: Model compounds and polymers
  2. The Structures of Uncommon CationicN-alkenyl Purine and Pyrimidine Bases
  3. Sonochemical characterisation of ultrasonic dental descalers
  4. A computational simulation study on the acoustic pressure generated by a dental endosonic file: Effects of intensity, file shape and volume
  5. Preparation of gold nanoparticles in polystyrene–PEO block copolymers: the role of ultrasound
  6. Synergistic effects of combining ultrasound with the Fenton process in the degradation of Reactive Blue 19
  7. Biomimetic polyorganosiloxanes: model compounds for new materials
  8. Evaluation of drug delivery to intact and porated skin by coherent Raman scattering and fluorescence microscopies
  9. Synthesis, association and surface morphology of poly (ethylene oxide)-polystyrene block copolymer
  10. Ultrasound promoted reaction of Rhodamine B with sodium hypochlorite using sonochemical and dental ultrasonic instruments
  11. Room temperature sonochemical initiation of thiol-ene reactions
  12. Encapsulation and release of aqueous components from sonochemically produced protein microspheres
  13. Control of mesostructure in self-assembled polymer/surfactant films by rational micelle design
  14. Sonochemical cleaning efficiencies in dental instruments
  15. Ultrasound promoted Wurtz coupling of alkyl bromides and dibromides
  16. Effects of Temperature and Polymer Composition upon the Aqueous Solution Properties of Comblike Linear Poly(ethylene imine)/Poly(2-ethyl-2-oxazoline)-Based Polymers
  17. Composition of Calcium Carbonate Polymorphs Precipitated Using Ultrasound
  18. A modular approach to catalytic synthesis using a dual-functional linker for Click and Suzuki coupling reactions
  19. Synthesis of Temperature Responsive Poly( N -isopropylacrylamide) Using Ultrasound Irradiation
  20. Direct observation of cavitation fields at 23 and 515kHz☆
  21. Easy-separable magnetic nanoparticle-supported Pd catalysts: Kinetics, stability and catalyst re-use
  22. The rhodium-catalysed 1,2-addition of arylboronic acids to aldehydes and ketones with sulfonated S-Phos
  23. Disposition of Nanoparticles and an Associated Lipophilic Permeant following Topical Application to the Skin
  24. Preparation and in Vitro Evaluation of Topical Formulations Based on Polystyrene-poly-2-hydroxyl Methacrylate Nanoparticles
  25. Cavitation occurrence around ultrasonic dental scalers
  26. Synthesis and modification of silicon-containing polymers using ultrasound
  27. Structural characterisation of trimethylsilyl-protected DNA bases
  28. Rhodium Containing Magnetic Nanoparticles: Effective Catalysts for Hydrogenation and the 1,4-Addition of Boronic Acids
  29. Acoustic Emission Spectra from 515 kHz Cavitation in Aqueous Solutions Containing Surface-Active Solutes
  30. Shear strength at Sisal fibre–polyester resin interfaces: use of inverse gas chromatography to study pretreatment effects
  31. Computer aided assessment and feedback — can we enhance students’ early experience at University?
  32. Using a VLE to enhance a Foundation Chemistry laboratory module
  33. Potassium selective quartz crystal microbalance chemical sensors using functionalized copolymer coatings
  34. Vapour sorption studies of polymer-solution thermodynamics using a piezoelectric quartz crystal microbalance
  35. Potassium selective acrylic copolymers: Synthesis and application to chemical sensors
  36. Acoustic Emission from Cavitating Solutions:  Implications for the Mechanisms of Sonochemical Reactions
  37. Interactions of Solvents with Low Molar Mass and Side Chain Polymer Liquid Crystals Measured by Inverse Gas Chromatography
  38. Investigation of radical intermediates in polymer sonochemistry
  39. Correlation of mechanical properties of clay filled polyamide mouldings with chromatographically measured surface energies
  40. Surface modification of calcium carbonates studied by inverse gas chromatography and the effect on mechanical properties of filled polypropylene
  41. Chromatographic estimation of filler surface energies and correlation with photodegradation of kaolin filled polyethylene
  42. Sonoluminescence Quenching of Organic Compounds in Aqueous Solution:  Frequency Effects and Implications for Sonochemistry
  43. Sonoluminescence Emission from Aqueous Solutions of Organic Monomers
  44. Recent developments in sonochemical polymerisation
  45. Correlation of the material properties of calcium carbonate filled polypropylene with the filler surface energies
  46. Inverse gas chromatography study of poly(dimethyl siloxane)—liquid crystal mixtures
  47. Inverse gas chromatography study of the thermodynamic behaviour of thermotropic low molar mass and polymeric liquid crystalsElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Partial molar enthalpies, excess enthalpies, entropies and excess entropie...
  48. Applications of inverse gas chromatography in the study of liquid crystalline stationary phases
  49. The effect of high-intensity ultrasound on the ring-opening polymerisation of cyclic lactones
  50. The effect of high intensity ultrasound on the synthesis of some polyurethanes
  51. Sonoluminescence quenching by organic acids in aqueous solution: pH and frequency effects
  52. Inverse gas chromatographic measurement of solubility parameters in liquid crystalline systems
  53. Piezoelectric chemical sensors based on morpholine containing polymers
  54. Crown-ether containing copolymers as selective membranes for quartz crystal microbalance chemical sensors
  55. Surface modification of poly(vinyl chloride) using high intensity ultrasound
  57. Production of free radicals in ultrasound fields
  58. Polymer Sonochemistry: Controlling the Structure and Properties of Macromolecules
  59. Polymerization of microemulsions to yield functionalised absorbent membranes
  60. Measurement of radical production as a result of cavitation in medical ultrasound fields
  61. Sonochemical acceleration of persulfate decomposition
  62. Ultrasonic production of block copolymers as in situ compatibilizers for polymer mixtures
  63. Wurtz synthesis of high molecular weight poly(dibutylstannane)
  64. Sonochemically-Assisted Modification of Polyethylene Surfaces
  65. Ultrasonically enhanced persulfate oxidation of polyethylene surfaces
  66. Investigation of mesophase transitions in liquid crystals using inverse gas chromatography
  67. Use of high-intensity ultrasound as a potential test method for diesel fuel stability
  68. Selective piezoelectric sensors using polymer reagents
  69. Neural network prediction of glass-transition temperatures from monomer structure
  70. The effect of high-intensity ultrasound on solid polymers
  71. The effect of high-intensity ultrasound on diesel fuels
  72. The use of dosimeters to measure radical production in aqueous sonochemical systems
  73. Ultrasonic degradation of polymer solutions—III. The effect of changing solvent and solution concentration
  74. Study of polymer liquid crystals by gas chromatography
  75. Ultrasonic degradation of polymer solutions: 2. The effect of temperature, ultrasound intensity and dissolved gases on polystyrene in toluene
  76. Polymerization of methyl methacrylate initiated by ultrasound
  77. Preparation of poly(organosilanes) using high-intensity ultrasound
  78. Ziegler-Natta polymerization under high intensity ultrasound
  79. Viscometric measurement of the thermodynamic properties of dilute polystyrene solutions
  80. A re-examination of the sonochemical coupling of bromoaryls.
  81. Prediction of retention in gas-liquid chromatography using the UNIFAC group contribution method
  82. Prediction of retention in gas-liquid chromatography using the UNIFAC group contribution method
  83. A quartz crystal microbalance apparatus for studying interactions of solvents with thin polymer films
  84. Ultrasonic degradation of polymer solutions. 1. Polystyrene revisited
  85. Prediction of compatibility in polymer-plasticizer systems
  86. Polymerization and copolymerization using high intensity ultrasound
  87. Use of gas chromatography to determine the degree of crosslinking of a polymer network
  88. Prediction of retention in gas—liquid chromatography using the unifac group contribution method
  89. Interaction parameters and miscibility limits of poly(dimethylsiloxane) and dinonyl phthalate or squalane determined from studies of the absorption of hexane by the binary liquid mixtures
  90. Mixed Solvents in gas-liquid chromatography
  91. Mixed solvents in gas—liquid chromatography
  92. Mixed solvents in gas-liquid chromatography