Guilhem Godeau

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2009-2010 Chemistry Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
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Ben Trad R, El Kout E, El Kateb M, et al. (2017) Bifunctionalized Monomers for Surfaces with Controlled Hydrophobicity. Chempluschem. 82: 1245-1252
Taleb S, Noyer E, Godeau G, et al. (2016) Switchable Surface Wettability by Using Boronic Ester Chemistry. Chemphyschem : a European Journal of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry. 17: 305-9
Godeau G, Darmanin T, Guittard F. (2016) Staudinger–Vilarrasa reaction to develop novel monomers with amide bonds for superhydrophobic properties Progress in Organic Coatings. 90: 431-437
Godeau G, Szczepanski CR, Darmanin T, et al. (2016) Nanoparticle covered surfaces: An efficient way to enhance superhydrophobic properties Materials and Design. 92: 911-918
Godeau G, Darmanin T, Guittard F. (2016) Hydrocarbon/perfluorocarbon mixed chain azides for surface post-functionalization Journal of Fluorine Chemistry. 184: 8-15
Godeau G, N'Na J, El Kout E, et al. (2016) Staudinger-Vilarassa reaction versus Huisgen reaction for the control of surface hydrophobicity and water adhesion Polymers For Advanced Technologies. 27: 993-998
Godeau G, N'Na J, Guittard F, et al. (2016) Azido Platform Surfaces for Post‐Functionalization with Aromatic Groups Using the Huisgen Reaction to Obtain High Water Adhesion Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics. 217: 2107-2115
Godeau G, Darmanin T, Guittard F. (2016) Switchable surfaces from highly hydrophobic to highly hydrophilic using covalent imine bonds Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 133
Godeau G, Darmanin T, Guittard F. (2015) Step-by-Step Layer-by-Layer Assembly Using 1,2,3-Triazole as a Platform for Controlled Multicharged and Multifunctional Coatings. Chempluschem. 80: 1691-1695
Godeau G, Darmanin T, Guittard F. (2015) Staudinger Vilarassa reaction: A powerful tool for surface modification and superhydrophobic properties. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 457: 72-7
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