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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Materials Science D-index 84 Citations 22,400 343 World Ranking 827 National Ranking 46
Chemistry D-index 94 Citations 26,683 411 World Ranking 693 National Ranking 30

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Organic chemistry
  • Polymer
  • Catalysis

David M. Haddleton spends much of his time researching Polymerization, Polymer chemistry, Radical polymerization, Polymer and Organic chemistry. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Polymerization, narrowing it down to issues related to the Catalysis, and often Thiol. David M. Haddleton combines subjects such as Reversible addition−fragmentation chain-transfer polymerization, Methacrylate, Living polymerization and Chain transfer with his study of Polymer chemistry.

His Radical polymerization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Click chemistry and End-group. The Polymer study combines topics in areas such as Macromolecule, Nanotechnology and PEGylation. His study in Copolymer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chemical engineering and Micelle.

His most cited work include:

  • Synthesis of neoglycopolymers by a combination of "click chemistry" and living radical polymerization. (475 citations)
  • Synthetic glycopolymers: an overview (351 citations)
  • Design and synthesis of N-maleimido-functionalized hydrophilic polymers via copper-mediated living radical polymerization: a suitable alternative to PEGylation chemistry. (327 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

David M. Haddleton mostly deals with Polymer chemistry, Polymerization, Polymer, Radical polymerization and Copolymer. His Polymer chemistry study incorporates themes from Methyl methacrylate, Methacrylate, Monomer and Chain transfer. He interconnects Photochemistry and Acrylate in the investigation of issues within Polymerization.

David M. Haddleton has included themes like Combinatorial chemistry, Macromolecule, Chemical engineering and Peptide in his Polymer study. His Radical polymerization study combines topics in areas such as Solution polymerization and Click chemistry. His study on Emulsion polymerization is often connected to Thermoresponsive polymers in chromatography as part of broader study in Copolymer.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Polymer chemistry (64.80%)
  • Polymerization (53.20%)
  • Polymer (39.20%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2015-2021)?

  • Polymer (39.20%)
  • Polymerization (53.20%)
  • Polymer chemistry (64.80%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

His scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer, Polymerization, Polymer chemistry, Copolymer and Monomer. His Polymer research incorporates themes from Chemical engineering and Surface modification. David M. Haddleton works mostly in the field of Polymerization, limiting it down to topics relating to Acrylate and, in certain cases, Ethylene glycol, as a part of the same area of interest.

His study in Polymer chemistry focuses on Dispersity in particular. His study in the field of Emulsion polymerization is also linked to topics like Thermoresponsive polymers in chromatography. David M. Haddleton has researched Monomer in several fields, including Combinatorial chemistry, Deoxygenation and Amide.

Between 2015 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Cu(0)-Mediated Living Radical Polymerization: A Versatile Tool for Materials Synthesis (230 citations)
  • Sequence-controlled methacrylic multiblock copolymers via sulfur-free RAFT emulsion polymerization. (148 citations)
  • Sequence-controlled methacrylic multiblock copolymers via sulfur-free RAFT emulsion polymerization. (148 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Organic chemistry
  • Polymer
  • Catalysis

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Polymerization, Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Copolymer and Monomer. His Polymerization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in In situ and Photochemistry. His research in Polymer chemistry tackles topics such as Living free-radical polymerization which are related to areas like Cobalt-mediated radical polymerization.

His Polymer research includes elements of Thermal stability and PLGA. David M. Haddleton combines subjects such as Ethylene glycol and Aqueous solution with his study of Copolymer. His research in Monomer intersects with topics in Combinatorial chemistry and Deoxygenation.

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Best Publications

Synthesis of neoglycopolymers by a combination of "click chemistry" and living radical polymerization.

Vincent Ladmiral;Giuseppe Mantovani;Guy J. Clarkson;Solene Cauet.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)

653 Citations

Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization of Methyl Methacrylate Initiated by Alkyl Bromide and 2-Pyridinecarbaldehyde Imine Copper(I) Complexes

David M. Haddleton;Christina B. Jasieczek;Michael J. Hannon;Andrew J. Shooter.
Macromolecules (1997)

593 Citations

Design and synthesis of N-maleimido-functionalized hydrophilic polymers via copper-mediated living radical polymerization: a suitable alternative to PEGylation chemistry.

Giuseppe Mantovani;François Lecolley;Lei Tao;David M Haddleton.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)

507 Citations

Synthetic glycopolymers: an overview

Vincent Ladmiral;Emma Melia;David M. Haddleton.
European Polymer Journal (2004)

492 Citations

Atom Transfer Polymerization of Methyl Methacrylate Mediated by Alkylpyridylmethanimine Type Ligands, Copper(I) Bromide, and Alkyl Halides in Hydrocarbon Solution

David M. Haddleton;Martin C. Crossman;Bogdan H. Dana;David J. Duncalf.
Macromolecules (1999)

406 Citations

Self-healing and self-mendable polymers

Jay A. Syrett;C. Remzi Becer;David M. Haddleton.
Polymer Chemistry (2010)

394 Citations

Copper(I) mediated living radical polymerisation in an ionic liquid

Adrian J. Carmichael;David M. Haddleton;Stefan A. F. Bon;Kenneth R. Seddon.
Chemical Communications (2000)

349 Citations

Advances in PEGylation of important biotech molecules: delivery aspects

Sinéad M Ryan;Giuseppe Mantovani;Xuexuan Wang;David M Haddleton.
Expert Opinion on Drug Delivery (2008)

348 Citations

Living Radical Polymerization as a Tool for the Synthesis of Polymer‐Protein/Peptide Bioconjugates

Julien Nicolas;Giuseppe Mantovani;David M. Haddleton.
Macromolecular Rapid Communications (2007)

338 Citations

Site-Directed Conjugation of “Clicked” Glycopolymers To Form Glycoprotein Mimics: Binding to Mammalian Lectin and Induction of Immunological Function

Jin Geng;Giuseppe Mantovani;Lei Tao;Julien Nicolas.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2007)

309 Citations

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