His Polyurethane study focuses on Isocyanate and Isophorone diisocyanate. Henri Cramail undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Isophorone diisocyanate and Polyurethane through his works. The study of Organic chemistry is intertwined with the study of Fatty acid in a number of ways. In his articles, he combines various disciplines, including Polymer chemistry and Copolymer. Henri Cramail merges many fields, such as Polymer and Polymer science, in his writings. He integrates many fields, such as Polymer science and Polymer, in his works. Henri Cramail integrates Catalysis and Isocyanate in his studies. Henri Cramail integrates Polymerization and Monomer in his research. Henri Cramail performs multidisciplinary studies into Monomer and Polymerization in his work.
His work on Organic chemistry is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Metallocene. Metallocene is closely attributed to Polymerization in his work. Henri Cramail incorporates Polymerization and Copolymer in his studies. As part of his studies on Copolymer, he often connects relevant areas like Composite material. His work on Polyurethane expands to the thematically related Composite material. In his work, Henri Cramail performs multidisciplinary research in Polyurethane and Polymer chemistry. He performs multidisciplinary study in Polymer chemistry and Monomer in his work. His Monomer study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Organic chemistry. In his research, Henri Cramail undertakes multidisciplinary study on Polymer and Polymer science.
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His Nanotechnology study frequently links to other fields, such as Nanocrystal and Self-assembly. The study of Nanocrystal is intertwined with the study of Chemical engineering in a number of ways. His study ties his expertise on Nanocellulose together with the subject of Chemical engineering. Henri Cramail incorporates Self-assembly and Nanotechnology in his research. Cellulose overlaps with fields such as Nanocellulose and Chitosan in his research. Henri Cramail integrates Chitosan and Cellulose in his studies. In his works, Henri Cramail conducts interdisciplinary research on Polymer and Polymer science. He performs integrative study on Polymer science and Polymer in his works. In his study, Henri Cramail carries out multidisciplinary Organic chemistry and Sodium methoxide research.
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Isocyanate-Free Routes to Polyurethanes and Poly(hydroxy Urethane)s.
Lise Maisonneuve;Océane Lamarzelle;Estelle Rix;Etienne Grau.
Chemical Reviews (2015)
From Lignin-derived Aromatic Compounds to Novel Biobased Polymers
Audrey Llevot;Etienne Grau;Stéphane Carlotti;Stéphane Grelier.
Macromolecular Rapid Communications (2016)
Synthesis of Polyurethanes Using Organocatalysis: A Perspective
Haritz Sardon;Ana Pascual;David Mecerreyes;David Mecerreyes;Daniel Taton.
Reactivity of Metallocene Catalysts for Olefin Polymerization: Influence of Activator Nature and Structure
Jean-Noël Pédeutour;Karunakaran Radhakrishnan;Henri Cramail;Alain Deffieux.
Macromolecular Rapid Communications (2001)
Structure–properties relationship of fatty acid-based thermoplastics as synthetic polymer mimics
Lise Maisonneuve;Thomas Lebarbé;Etienne Grau;Henri Cramail.
Polymer Chemistry (2013)
Poly(3-hexylthiophene) based block copolymers prepared by "click" chemistry
Mathieu Urien;Harikrishna Erothu;Eric Cloutet;Roger C. Hiorns.
Synthesis of Biobased Polyurethane from Oleic and Ricinoleic Acids as the Renewable Resources via the AB-Type Self-Condensation Approach
Dnyaneshwar V Palaskar;Aurélie Boyer;Eric Cloutet;Carine Alfos.
U.V./visible spectroscopic study of the rac‐Et(Ind)2ZrCl2/MAO olefin polymerization catalytic system, 1. Investigation in toluene
Dorothée Coevoet;Henri Cramail;Alain Deffieux.
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics (1998)
Solubility in CO2 and carbonation studies of epoxidized fatty acid diesters: towards novel precursors for polyurethane synthesis
Aurélie Boyer;Aurélie Boyer;Eric Cloutet;Eric Cloutet;Thierry Tassaing;Benoit Gadenne.
Green Chemistry (2010)
Novel fatty acid based di-isocyanates towards the synthesis of thermoplastic polyurethanes
Arvind S. More;Thomas Lebarbé;Lise Maisonneuve;Benoit Gadenne.
European Polymer Journal (2013)
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