Publications of Hisaschi T. Tee

Journal Article (9)

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Tee, H. T.; Zipp, R.; Koynov, K.; Tremel, W.; Wurm, F.: Poly(methyl ethylene phosphate) hydrogels: Degradable and cell-repellent alternatives to PEG-hydrogels. European Polymer Journal 141, 110075 (2020)
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Schwarzer, M.; Otto, T.; Schremb, M.; Marschelke, C.; Tee, H. T.; Wurm, F.; Roisman, I. V.; Tropea, C.; Synytska, A.: Supercooled Water Drops Do Not Freeze During Impact on Hybrid Janus Particle-Based Surfaces. Chemistry of Materials 31 (1), pp. 112 - 123 (2019)
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Sidoli, U.; Tee, H. T.; Raguzin, I.; Mühldorfer, J.; Wurm, F. R.; Synytska, A.: Thermo-Responsive Polymer Brushes with Side Graft Chains: Relationship Between Molecular Architecture and Underwater Adherence. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 20 (24), 6295 (2019)
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Tee, H. T.; Koynov, K.; Reichel, T.; Wurm, F.: Noncovalent Hydrogen Bonds Tune the Mechanical Properties of Phosphoester Polyethylene Mimics. ACS Omega 4 (5), pp. 9324 - 9332 (2019)
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Tee, H. T.; Lieberwirth, I.; Wurm, F.: Aliphatic Long-Chain Polypyrophosphates as Biodegradable Polyethylene Mimics. Macromolecules 52 (3), pp. 1166 - 1172 (2019)
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Hasan, N.; Schwieger, C.; Tee, H. T.; Wurm, F. R.; Busse, K.; Kressler, J.: Crystallization of a polyphosphoester at the air-water interface. European Polymer Journal 101, pp. 350 - 357 (2018)
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Bauer, K. N.; Tee, H. T.; Velencoso, M. M.; Wurm, F. R.: Main-chain poly(phosphoester)s: History, syntheses, degradation, bio-and flame-retardant applications. Progress in Polymer Science 73, pp. 61 - 122 (2017)
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Bauer, K. N.; Tee, H. T.; Lieberwirth, I.; Wurm, F. R.: In-Chain Poly(phosphonate)s via Acyclic Diene Metathesis Polycondensation. Macromolecules 49 (10), pp. 3761 - 3768 (2016)
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Zheng, Y.-R.; Tee, H. T.; Wei, Y.; Wu, X. L.; Mezger, M.; Yan, S.; Landfester, K.; Wagener, K.; Wurm, F. R.; Lieberwirth, I.: Morphology and Thermal Properties of Precision Polymers: The Crystallization of Butyl Branched Polyethylene and Polyphosphoesters. Macromolecules 49 (4), pp. 1321 - 1330 (2016)

Thesis - PhD (1)

Thesis - PhD
Tee, H. T.: Polyphosphoesters: a degradable alternative to polyolefins and poly(ethylene glycol). Dissertation, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz (2019)
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