His primary areas of study are Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Copolymer, Polymerization and Methacrylate. His Polymer chemistry research incorporates themes from Acrylate, Acrylic acid, Atom-transfer radical-polymerization, Monomer and Polyelectrolyte. His study looks at the intersection of Polyelectrolyte and topics like Cationic polymerization with Photochemistry.
His study in Polymer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chemical engineering, Dispersity, Molecule and Nanotechnology. His Copolymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Polystyrene, Scattering and Micelle. As a member of one scientific family, Axel H. E. Müller mostly works in the field of Polymerization, focusing on Molar mass distribution and, on occasion, Comonomer.
Axel H. E. Müller mainly focuses on Polymer chemistry, Copolymer, Polymer, Polymerization and Methacrylate. The various areas that he examines in his Polymer chemistry study include Micelle, Polyelectrolyte and Methyl methacrylate, Anionic addition polymerization, Monomer. He combines subjects such as Cationic polymerization and Ionic strength with his study of Polyelectrolyte.
His Copolymer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Self-assembly and Chemical engineering. The Polymer study combines topics in areas such as Nanowire, Nanotechnology and Dispersity. Axel H. E. Müller interconnects Polybutadiene, Dynamic light scattering and Atom-transfer radical-polymerization in the investigation of issues within Methacrylate.
Axel H. E. Müller mostly deals with Geochemistry, Copolymer, Pegmatite, Chemical engineering and Polymer. His work deals with themes such as Nanotechnology, Polymer chemistry and Monomer, which intersect with Copolymer. His work in Nanotechnology addresses subjects such as Polyelectrolyte, which are connected to disciplines such as Star.
His research in Polymer chemistry intersects with topics in Amphiphile, Membrane and Methacrylate, Polymerization. His Chemical engineering research incorporates elements of Polystyrene and Microstructure. His Polymer research integrates issues from Janus particles and Phase.
His primary areas of study are Copolymer, Polymer, Geochemistry, Chemical engineering and Polymer chemistry. His Copolymer research includes elements of Nanotechnology and Micelle. The concepts of his Polymer study are interwoven with issues in Janus particles, Phase and Dispersity.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Batholith, Quartz and Landform. His study explores the link between Chemical engineering and topics such as Methacrylate that cross with problems in Pickering emulsion, Dynamic light scattering, Atom-transfer radical-polymerization and Nanoparticle. The study incorporates disciplines such as Polymerization, Solvent and Monomer in addition to Polymer chemistry.
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Janus particles: synthesis, self-assembly, physical properties, and applications.
Andreas Walther;Axel H. E. Müller.
Chemical Reviews (2013)
Cyclodextrin rotaxanes and polyrotaxanes.
Gerhard Wenz;Bao-Hang Han;Axel Müller.
Chemical Reviews (2006)
Thermosensitive water-soluble copolymers with doubly responsive reversibly interacting entities
Ivaylo Dimitrov;Barbara Trzebicka;Axel H.E. Müller;Andrzej Dworak.
Progress in Polymer Science (2007)
A New Double-Responsive Block Copolymer Synthesized via RAFT Polymerization: Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)-block-poly(acrylic acid)
Christine M. Schilli;Mingfu Zhang;Ezio Rizzardo;San H. Thang.
Cylindrical polymer brushes
Mingfu Zhang;Axel H. E. Müller.
Journal of Polymer Science Part A (2005)
Amphiphilic Cylindrical Core−Shell Brushes via a “Grafting From” Process Using ATRP
Guanglou Cheng;Alexander Böker;Mingfu Zhang;Georg Krausch.
Guided hierarchical co-assembly of soft patchy nanoparticles
André H. Gröschel;André H. Gröschel;Andreas Walther;Tina I. Löbling;Felix H. Schacher.
Precise hierarchical self-assembly of multicompartment micelles
André H. Gröschel;Felix H. Schacher;Holger Schmalz;Oleg V. Borisov;Oleg V. Borisov.
Nature Communications (2012)
Amphiphilic Janus Micelles with Polystyrene and Poly(methacrylic acid) Hemispheres
Rainer Erhardt;Mingfu Zhang;Alexander Böker;Heiko Zettl.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Molecular Parameters of Hyperbranched Polymers Made by Self-Condensing Vinyl Polymerization. 2. Degree of Branching†
Deyue Yan;Axel H. E. Müller;Krzysztof Matyjaszewski.
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