His primary areas of investigation include Polymer chemistry, Organic chemistry, Polymer, Polymerization and Copolymer. Holger Frey has included themes like Anionic addition polymerization, Ring-opening polymerization, Monomer, End-group and Ethylene oxide in his Polymer chemistry study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Branching, Molecule and Size-exclusion chromatography in addition to Monomer.
Holger Frey interconnects Microreactor, Dendrimer, Nanotechnology, Surface modification and Polymer science in the investigation of issues within Polymer. His work carried out in the field of Polymerization brings together such families of science as Polyester, Cationic polymerization and Vapor pressure osmometry. His Copolymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Proton NMR, Bioconjugation, Degree of polymerization and Glycerol.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Polymer chemistry, Copolymer, Polymer, Polymerization and Organic chemistry. His research integrates issues of Ethylene glycol, Ring-opening polymerization, Monomer and Ethylene oxide in his study of Polymer chemistry. His Monomer study combines topics in areas such as Branching, Reactivity and Condensation polymer.
Copolymer is closely attributed to Glycidol in his work. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Polymer science, Dendrimer, Chemical engineering and Nanotechnology. His Polymerization research incorporates themes from Cationic polymerization, Alkyl and Epoxide.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Copolymer, Polymer chemistry, Monomer, Polymerization and Polymer. The Copolymer study combines topics in areas such as Reactivity and Chemical engineering. His research in Polymer chemistry intersects with topics in Epoxide, Ethylene glycol, Organic chemistry, Ethylene oxide and Glycidol.
Holger Frey works mostly in the field of Monomer, limiting it down to topics relating to Dispersity and, in certain cases, Intrinsic viscosity and Degree of polymerization, as a part of the same area of interest. His Polymerization research incorporates elements of Ether, Amphiphile and Alkyl. In his research, Hyperbranched polymers and Dendrimer is intimately related to Polymer science, which falls under the overarching field of Polymer.
His primary areas of study are Copolymer, Polymer chemistry, Monomer, Reactivity and Polymerization. Copolymer is a subfield of Organic chemistry that Holger Frey explores. His studies deal with areas such as Phase transition, Rheology, Ethylene glycol, Hydrogen bond and Viscoelasticity as well as Polymer chemistry.
His Monomer study introduces a deeper knowledge of Polymer. His work deals with themes such as Optoelectronics and Ceramic, which intersect with Polymer. His study of Anionic addition polymerization is a part of Polymerization.
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Dendrimers: Relationship between structure and biocompatibility in vitro, and preliminary studies on the biodistribution of 125l-labelled polyamidoamine dendrimers in vivo
N Malik;R Wiwattanapatapee;R Klopsch;K Lorenz.
Journal of Controlled Release (2000)
Controlled Synthesis of Hyperbranched Polyglycerols by Ring-Opening Multibranching Polymerization
Alexander Sunder;Ralf Hanselmann;Holger Frey;Rolf Mülhaupt.
Dendritic polymers in biomedical applications: from potential to clinical use in diagnostics and therapy.
Salah-Eddine Stiriba;Holger Frey;Rainer Haag.
Angewandte Chemie (2002)
Degree of branching in hyperbranched polymers
D. Hölter;A. Burgath;H. Frey.
Acta Polymerica (1997)
Hyperbranched Polyglycerols: From the Controlled Synthesis of Biocompatible Polyether Polyols to Multipurpose Applications
Daniel Wilms;Salah-Eddine Stiriba;Holger Frey.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2010)
Polymerization of Ethylene Oxide, Propylene Oxide, and Other Alkylene Oxides: Synthesis, Novel Polymer Architectures, and Bioconjugation.
Jana Herzberger;Kerstin Niederer;Hannah Pohlit;Jan Seiwert.
Chemical Reviews (2016)
Dendritic polyglycerol: a new versatile biocompatible-material.
Holger Frey;Rainer Haag.
Reviews in Molecular Biotechnology (2002)
Controlling the Growth of Polymer Trees: Concepts and Perspectives For Hyperbranched Polymers
Alexander Sunder;Johannes Heinemann;Holger Frey.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2000)
Hyperbranched Molecular Nanocapsules: Comparison of the Hyperbranched Architecture with the Perfect Linear Analogue
Salah-Eddine Stiriba;Holger Kautz;Holger Frey.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
Hyperbranched Polymers Prepared via the Core-Dilution/Slow Addition Technique: Computer Simulation of Molecular Weight Distribution and Degree of Branching
Ralf Hanselmann;Dirk Hölter;Holger Frey.
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