2010 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
His scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer chemistry, Chain transfer, Polymerization, Polymer and Copolymer. The various areas that Brent S. Sumerlin examines in his Polymer chemistry study include Photochemistry and Radical polymerization, Atom-transfer radical-polymerization, Monomer. His Chain transfer research includes elements of Reversible addition−fragmentation chain-transfer polymerization, Lower critical solution temperature and Raft.
His studies in Polymerization integrate themes in fields like Grafting and Aqueous solution. His Polymer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Covalent bond and Nanotechnology. His work carried out in the field of Copolymer brings together such families of science as Self-assembly, Micelle and Boronic acid.
His primary areas of investigation include Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Polymerization, Copolymer and Chain transfer. His Polymer chemistry research includes themes of Reversible addition−fragmentation chain-transfer polymerization, Monomer, Radical polymerization, End-group and Raft. His Polymer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Combinatorial chemistry, Macromolecule, Nanotechnology and Surface modification.
He has researched Polymerization in several fields, including Branching, Nanoparticle, Catalysis and Self-assembly. His work in Copolymer addresses subjects such as Micelle, which are connected to disciplines such as Amphiphile. Brent S. Sumerlin interconnects Photochemistry and Aqueous solution in the investigation of issues within Chain transfer.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Polymer, Polymerization, Copolymer, Polymer chemistry and Catalysis. The Polymer study combines topics in areas such as Combinatorial chemistry, Nanotechnology, Macromolecule and Polymer science. In the field of Polymerization, his study on Chain transfer and Ultrahigh molecular weight overlaps with subjects such as Scale.
Brent S. Sumerlin combines subjects such as Comonomer, Nanomaterials, Sequence and Raft with his study of Chain transfer. He specializes in Copolymer, namely Radical polymerization. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Polymer chemistry and Pincer ligand.
Brent S. Sumerlin mainly investigates Polymer, Nanotechnology, Vitrimers, Polymer science and Thermosetting polymer. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Topology and Catalysis. His work deals with themes such as Mechanical wear and Anthracene, which intersect with Nanotechnology.
Brent S. Sumerlin has included themes like Copolymer and Network covalent bonding in his Vitrimers study. His Copolymer research integrates issues from Combinatorial chemistry and Reagent. As part of his studies on Polymerization, Brent S. Sumerlin often connects relevant areas like Phase.
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Future perspectives and recent advances in stimuli-responsive materials
Debashish Roy;Jennifer N. Cambre;Brent S. Sumerlin.
Progress in Polymer Science (2010)
Cylindrical molecular brushes: Synthesis, characterization, and properties
Sergei S. Sheiko;Brent S. Sumerlin;Krzysztof Matyjaszewski.
Progress in Polymer Science (2008)
New directions in thermoresponsive polymers.
Debashish Roy;William L A Brooks;Brent S Sumerlin.
Chemical Society Reviews (2013)
Progress in controlled radical polymerization : mechanisms and techniques
Krzysztof Matyjaszewski;Brent S. Sumerlin;Nicolay V. Tsarevsky.
Macromolecular Engineering through Click Chemistry and Other Efficient Transformations
Brent S. Sumerlin;Andrew P. Vogt.
Step-Growth “Click” Coupling of Telechelic Polymers Prepared by Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization
Nicolay V. Tsarevsky;Brent S. Sumerlin;Krzysztof Matyjaszewski.
Highly Efficient “Click” Functionalization of Poly(3-azidopropyl methacrylate) Prepared by ATRP
Brent S. Sumerlin;Nicolay V. Tsarevsky;Guillaume Louche;Robert Y. Lee.
Synthesis and Applications of Boronic Acid-Containing Polymers: From Materials to Medicine.
William L. A. Brooks;Brent S. Sumerlin.
Chemical Reviews (2016)
Facile preparation of transition metal nanoparticles stabilized by well-defined (co)polymers synthesized via aqueous reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerization.
Andrew B. Lowe;Brent S. Sumerlin;Michael S. Donovan;Charles L. McCormick.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
Smart hybrid materials by conjugation of responsive polymers to biomacromolecules
Isidro Cobo;Ming Li;Brent S. Sumerlin;Sébastien Perrier;Sébastien Perrier.
Nature Materials (2015)
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