Jason S. Ness, Ph.D.

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2002 University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
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Sustainable Polymers, Polymer Synthesis
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Marc A. Hillmyer grad student 2002 UMN
 (Heterogeneous hydrogenation of model polystyrenes and functionalized derivatives.)
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Thomson ME, Ness JS, Schmidt SC, et al. (2013) Particle nucleation in high solids nitroxide mediated emulsion polymerization of n-butyl acrylate with a difunctional alkoxyamine initiator Polymer Chemistry. 4: 1803-1814
Moyses S, Ness J, Papakonstantopoulos G. (2011) 2-D chromatography applied to the study of block copolymers synthesized by nitroxide-mediated controlled free-radical seeded emulsion polymerization. Journal of Separation Science. 33: 3511-8
Thomson ME, Ness JS, Schmidt SC, et al. (2011) High solids nitroxide-mediated microemulsion polymerization of MMA with a small amount of styrene and synthesis of (MMA-co-St)-block-(BMA-co-St) polymers Macromolecules. 44: 1460-1470
Thomson ME, Manley AM, Ness JS, et al. (2010) Nitroxide-mediated surfactant-free emulsion polymerization of n-butyl methacrylate with a small amount of styrene Macromolecules. 43: 7958-7963
Moyses S, Ness J, Papakonstantopoulos G. (2010) 2-D chromatography applied to the study of block copolymers synthesized by nitroxide-mediated controlled free-radical seeded emulsion polymerization Journal of Separation Science. 33: 3511-3518
Gerard P, Couvreur L, Magnet S, et al. (2009) Controlled architecture polymers at Arkema: Synthesis, morphology and properties of all-acrylic block copolymers Acs Symposium Series. 1024: 361-373
Ness JS, Brodil JC, Bates FS, et al. (2002) Molecular weight effects in the hydrogenation of model polystyrenes using platinum supported on wide-pore silica Macromolecules. 35: 602-609
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