Ian R. Hardin

Affiliations: 
University of Georgia, Athens, Athens, GA, United States 
Area:
Textile Technology, Microbiology Biology
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Liu X, Hardin IR, Wang F. (2015) The effects of lipase and cutinase enzyme surface treatments on light reflectance and colour changes in non-circular cross-sectional polyester fibres Tekstilec. 58: 33-46
Zhang M, Gao B, Li Y, et al. (2013) Graphene-coated pyrogenic carbon as an anode material for lithium battery Chemical Engineering Journal. 229: 399-403
Hardin IR. (2013) Enzymes for fiber surface modification and processing International Symposium On Fibers Interfacing the World
Liu X, Wang F, Hardin IR. (2013) Light and color in deep black coloring of noncircular cross-section polyester fabrics using polarization image processing International Symposium On Fibers Interfacing the World
Dhende VP, Hardin IR, Locklin J. (2012) Durable antimicrobial textiles: Types, finishes and applications Understanding and Improving the Durability of Textiles. 145-173
Dhandapani R, Hardin IR. (2012) Microwave irradiation to assist enzymatic degradation of cotton seed coat fragments Aatcc Review. 12: 57-63
Hardin IR, Wilson S. (2012) Use of Raman spectroscopy to resolve analysis of structure of Graphene-coated fibers Fiber Society 2012 Fall Meeting and Technical Conference in Partnership With Polymer Fibers 2012: Rediscovering Fibers in the 21st Century
Hardin IR, Zhang M, Wilson S. (2012) Graphene-coated fibers with unique conductance and capacitance properties American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists International Conference 2012, Aatcc 2012. 237-241
Hardin IR, Wilson S, Zhang M. (2012) Analysis of structure of Graphene-coated fibers Fiber Society 2012 Spring Conference: Fiber Research For Tomorrow's Applications
Hardin IR, Wilson SS, Zhang M. (2012) Creation of fibers with high conductance and capacitance properties Tekstil. 61: 317-321
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