W. Thaler

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1961 Columbia University, New York, NY 
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Emert JI, Dankworth DC, Gutierrez A, et al. (2001) A new polyhydrocarbon-polyamine AB block copolymer Macromolecules. 34: 2766-2775
Shulik LJ, Sartori G, Ho WS, et al. (1996) A novel, V5+-stable K2CO3 promoter for CO2 absorption Separation Science and Technology. 31: 1663-1673
Worku A, Srisiri W, Padias AB, et al. (1996) Model studies of amidation of thiophenyl esters leading to sterically hindered polyamides American Chemical Society, Polymer Preprints, Division of Polymer Chemistry. 37: 678-679
Schaedeli U, Buyle Padias A, Brois SJ, et al. (1990) Esters of α-sulfomaleic anhydride as powerful electrophiles for polyolefin functionalization Journal of Polymer Science, Part a: Polymer Chemistry. 28: 1781-1791
Thaler WA, Brois SJ, Ferrara FW. (1987) Sulfomaleation of EPDM polymers Macromolecules. 20: 254-258
Thaler WA, duBreuil C. (1984) SULFONATION CHEMISTRY OF SOME SMALL MOLECULE MODELS OF EPDM RUBBERS. II. THE STRUCTURE OF INTERMEDIATE ADDUCTS Journal of Polymer Science. Part a-1, Polymer Chemistry. 22: 3905-3919
Turner SR, Wardle R, Thaler WA. (1984) POLY(SODIUM STYRENE SULFONATE-ALT-SODIUM-N(4-SULFOPHENYL) MALEIMIDE): A NEW WATER-SOLUBLE ALTERNATING COPOLYMER Journal of Polymer Science. Part a-1, Polymer Chemistry. 22: 2281-2285
Thaler WA. (1983) Hydrocarbon-soluble sulfonating reagents. Sulfonation of aromatic polymers in hydrocarbon solution using soluble acyl sulfates Macromolecules. 16: 623-628
Thaler WA. (1982) SULFONATION AND SUBSEQUENT RECTIONS OF ETHYLIDENE NORBORNANE AND DIHYDRODICYCLOPENTADIENE. THE CHEMISTRY OF SOME SMALL MOLECULE MODELS FOR EPDM RUBBERS Journal of Polymer Science. Part a-1, Polymer Chemistry. 20: 875-896
Thaler WA, Buckley DJ, J. A. Rae. (1976) HIGH-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT, HIGH-UNSATURATION COPOLYMERS OF ISOBUTYLENE AND CONJUGATED DIENES - 1,2. Rubber Chemistry and Technology. 49: 960-977
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