His primary areas of investigation include Polymer, Composite material, Chemical engineering, Polymer chemistry and Colloid. He has included themes like Nanoparticle, Nanotechnology, Optoelectronics, Adhesive and Environmental scanning electron microscope in his Polymer study. In general Composite material, his work in Glass transition, Layer and Methyl methacrylate is often linked to Planar linking many areas of study.
Within one scientific family, Joseph L. Keddie focuses on topics pertaining to Polystyrene under Glass transition, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Silicon and Oxide. The study incorporates disciplines such as Silicone, Reaction rate constant and Mineralogy in addition to Chemical engineering. His Polymer chemistry research incorporates elements of Ellipsometry, Grafting and Catalysis.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer, Composite material, Chemical engineering, Colloid and Polymer chemistry. Joseph L. Keddie interconnects Ellipsometry, Thin film and Infrared in the investigation of issues within Polymer. His research in Ellipsometry intersects with topics in Void, Environmental scanning electron microscope and Analytical chemistry.
He usually deals with Colloid and limits it to topics linked to Nanotechnology and Colloidal crystal. His Polymer chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Methyl methacrylate, Acrylic acid, Polymerization, Monomer and Ethylene glycol. Glass transition is closely attributed to Polystyrene in his study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Polymer, Chemical engineering, Colloid, Composite material and Stratification. His Polymer research integrates issues from Polymer chemistry and Elastic modulus. He regularly ties together related areas like Glass transition in his Chemical engineering studies.
His Colloid study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nanotechnology and Pulmonary surfactant. His research integrates issues of Surface layer, Volume fraction, Thermodynamics, Diffusiophoresis and Colloidal particle in his study of Stratification. His work carried out in the field of Copolymer brings together such families of science as Adhesive and Carboxylic acid.
His main research concerns Chemical engineering, Polymer, Colloid, Polymer chemistry and Stratification. His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Evaporation, Deposition and Coating. His Polymer research focuses on Copolymer and Emulsion polymerization.
The Colloid study combines topics in areas such as Péclet number and Langevin dynamics. His Polymer chemistry research includes elements of Polymerization and Monomer. Composite material covers he research in Surface layer.
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Size-Dependent Depression of the Glass Transition Temperature in Polymer Films
J. L. Keddie;R. A. L. Jones;R. A. Cory.
Interface and surface effects on the glass-transition temperature in thin polymer films
Joseph L. Keddie;Richard A. L. Jones;Rachel A. Cory.
Faraday Discussions (1994)
Film formation of latex
Joseph L. Keddie.
Materials Science & Engineering R-reports (1997)
Fundamentals of Latex Film Formation: Processes and Properties
AF Routh;J Keddie.
Fundamentals of Latex Film Formation
Joseph L. Keddie;Alexander F. Routh.
Kinetics of Film Formation in Acrylic Latices Studied with Multiple-Angle-of-Incidence Ellipsometry and Environmental SEM
J. L. Keddie;P. Meredith;R. A. L. Jones;A. M. Donald.
Glass Transition Behavior in Ultra‐Thin Polystyrene Films
J.L. Keddie;R.A.L. Jones.
Israel Journal of Chemistry (1995)
Swelling and deswelling of adsorbed microgel monolayers triggered by changes in temperature, pH, and electrolyte concentration.
Verawan Nerapusri;Joseph L. Keddie;Brian Vincent;Ibraheem A. Bushnak.
Waterborne, Nanocomposite Pressure‐Sensitive Adhesives with High Tack Energy, Optical Transparency, and Electrical Conductivity
Tao Wang;Chun-Hong Lei;Alan B. Dalton;Costantino Creton.
Advanced Materials (2006)
Waterborne polyurethane-acrylic hybrid nanoparticles by miniemulsion polymerization: applications in pressure-sensitive adhesives.
Aitziber Lopez;Elise Degrandi-Contraires;Elisabetta Canetta;Costantino Creton.
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