Andrey V. Peresypkin, Ph.D. - Publications

2001 Emory University, Atlanta, GA 
synthesis and examination of organic systems and materials having biological import

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2007 Peresypkin A, Clavel C, Menger FM. Ambidextrous 'hybrid' fluorinated zwitterionic geminis: self-assembly in both organic and aqueous media Mendeleev Communications. 17: 82-84. DOI: 10.1016/J.Mencom.2007.03.009  0.485
2003 Menger FM, Peresypkin AV. Strings of vesicles: flow behavior in an unusual type of aqueous gel. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 125: 5340-5. PMID 12720446 DOI: 10.1021/Ja021298R  0.567
2002 Seredyuk V, Alami E, Nydén M, Holmberg K, Peresypkin AV, Menger FM. Adsorption of zwitterionic gemini surfactants at the air-water and solid-water interfaces Colloids and Surfaces a: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. 203: 245-258. DOI: 10.1016/S0927-7757(01)01106-2  0.446
2001 Menger FM, Peresypkin AV. A combinatorially-derived structural phase diagram for 42 zwitterionic geminis. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 123: 5614-5. PMID 11389660 DOI: 10.1021/Ja003779L  0.432
2001 Seredyuk V, Alami E, Nydén M, Holmberg K, Peresypkin AV, Menger FM. Micellization and adsorption properties of novel zwitterionic surfactants Langmuir. 17: 5160-5165. DOI: 10.1021/La010182Q  0.484
2001 Menger FM, Peresypkin AV, Wu S. Do dendritic amphiphiles self-assemble in water? A fourier transform pulse-gradient spin-echo NMR study Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry. 14: 392-399. DOI: 10.1002/Poc.368  0.51
2000 Menger FM, Peresypkin AV, Caran KL, Apkarian RP. Sponge morphology in an elementary coacervate Langmuir. 16: 9113-9116. DOI: 10.1021/La0010626  0.512
1999 Peresypkin AV, Menger FM. Zwitterionic geminis. Coacervate formation from a single organic compound Organic Letters. 1: 1347-1350. DOI: 10.1021/Ol990205G  0.599
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