P R. Sundararajan

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Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada 
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Polymer Chemistry
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Sakthidharan CP, Sundararajan PR, Sarojadevi M. (2018) Thermal and mechanical properties of epoxy blends with a dicyanate ester containing a quinoline moiety New Journal of Chemistry. 42: 11202-11212
Sundararajan PR. (2017) Small molecule self-assembly in polymer matrices Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics. 56: 451-478
Chan AS, Sundararajan PR. (2016) Inhibiting the Self-Sorting Behavior in the Blends of a Homologous Set of Polyurethane Model Compounds. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
Sakthidharan CP, Sundararajan PR, Sarojadevi M. (2015) Thermal and mechanical properties of azomethine functionalized cyanate ester/epoxy blends Rsc Advances. 5: 19666-19674
Rakesh S, Sakthidharan CP, Sarojadevi M, et al. (2015) Monomer self assembly and organo-gelation as a route to fabricate cyanate ester resins and their nanocomposites with carbon nanotubes European Polymer Journal. 68: 161-174
Dahan E, Sundararajan PR. (2015) Polymer compatibilized self-assembling perylene derivatives European Polymer Journal. 65: 4-14
Dahan E, Sundararajan PR. (2014) Thermo-reversible gelation of rod-coil and coil-rod-coil molecules based on poly(dimethyl siloxane) and perylene imides and self-sorting of the homologous pair. Soft Matter. 10: 5337-49
Dahan E, Sundararajan PR. (2014) Solvent-dependent nanostructures of gels of a Gemini surfactant based on perylene diimide spacer and oligostyrene tails European Polymer Journal. 61: 113-123
Islam MR, Sundararajan PR. (2013) Self-assembly of a set of hydrophilic-solvophobic-hydrophobic coil-rod-coil molecules based on perylene diimide. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp. 15: 21058-69
Dahan E, Sundararajan PR. (2013) Thermoreversible physical gels of poly(dimethylsiloxane) without cross-links or functionalization. Langmuir : the Acs Journal of Surfaces and Colloids. 29: 8452-8
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