The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Crystallization, Composite material, Tacticity, Nucleation and Crystallography. His Crystallization study incorporates themes from Shear rate, Polymer chemistry and Polymer. His studies deal with areas such as Small-angle X-ray scattering, Differential scanning calorimetry and Phase as well as Composite material.
His work deals with themes such as Mesophase, Porosity, Shear, Casting and Polyethylene terephthalate, which intersect with Tacticity. His Crystallography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Scattering and Supercooling. Liangbin Li combines subjects such as Microfiber and Quenching with his study of Extrusion.
Liangbin Li mainly focuses on Crystallization, Composite material, Crystallography, Polymer and Scattering. His studies in Crystallization integrate themes in fields like Chemical physics, Tacticity, Nucleation, Polymer chemistry and Crystal. The various areas that Liangbin Li examines in his Nucleation study include Shear flow and Supercooling.
In his work, Ion is strongly intertwined with Small-angle X-ray scattering, which is a subfield of Composite material. His Crystallography study combines topics in areas such as Phase transition, Rheology, Phase, Strain and Melting point. His work is dedicated to discovering how Scattering, Synchrotron radiation are connected with X-ray and In situ and other disciplines.
His main research concerns Composite material, Crystallization, Small-angle X-ray scattering, Scattering and Synchrotron radiation. His research investigates the connection between Composite material and topics such as Crystal that intersect with issues in Crystallinity and Strain hardening exponent. His Crystallization study contributes to a more complete understanding of Thermodynamics.
His Synchrotron radiation research incorporates themes from In situ, X-ray, Diffraction and Crystallization of polymers. Liangbin Li focuses mostly in the field of Lamellar structure, narrowing it down to topics relating to Tacticity and, in certain cases, Yield. His work carried out in the field of Polymer brings together such families of science as Chemical physics, Nucleation, Elastomer, Toughness and Crystallite.
Liangbin Li mainly investigates Composite material, Scattering, Crystallization, Synchrotron radiation and Crystal. His Composite material research includes themes of Amorphous solid, Self-healing hydrogels and Work. The Scattering study which covers Polymer that intersects with Polymer science and Chemical physics.
Liangbin Li performs multidisciplinary study on Crystallization and Orders of magnitude in his works. His Synchrotron radiation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Polymer physics, Optoelectronics, Infrared and Necking. His research on Crystal often connects related topics like Small-angle X-ray scattering.
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Multiple Steps and Critical Behaviors of the Binding of Calcium to Alginate
Yapeng Fang;Saphwan Al-Assaf;Glyn O. Phillips;Katsuyoshi Nishinari.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2007)
Reexamining the Egg-Box Model in Calcium−Alginate Gels with X-ray Diffraction
Liangbin Li;Yapeng Fang;Rob Vreeker;Ingrid Appelqvist.
Unusual Tuning of Mechanical Properties of Isotactic Polypropylene Using Counteraction of Shear Flow and β-Nucleating Agent on β-form Nucleation
Yan-Hui Chen;Gan-Ji Zhong;Yan Wang;Zhong-Ming Li.
In-situ formation of biodegradable hydrogels by stereocomplexation of PEG-(PLLA)8 and PEG-(PDLA)8 star block copolymers.
Christine Hiemstra;Zhiyuan Zhong;Liangbin Li;Pieter J. Dijkstra.
Shear-Induced Smectic Ordering as a Precursor of Crystallization in Isotactic Polypropylene
Liangbin Li;Wim H. De Jeu.
Transcrystalline morphology of an in situ microfibrillar poly(ethylene terephthalate)/poly(propylene) blend fabricated through a slit extrusion hot stretching-quenching process
Zhong-Ming Li;Liang-Bin Li;Liang-Bin Li;Kai-Zhi Shen;Wei Yang.
Macromolecular Rapid Communications (2004)
Origin of Carbon Nanotubes Induced Poly(l-Lactide) Crystallization: Surface Induced Conformational Order
Xiao Hu;Haining An;Zhong-Ming Li;Yong Geng.
Multiscale and Multistep Ordering of Flow-Induced Nucleation of Polymers.
Kunpeng Cui;Zhe Ma;Nan Tian;Fengmei Su.
Chemical Reviews (2018)
Flow-Induced Crystallization of Polymers: Molecular and Thermodynamic Considerations
Zhen Wang;Zhe Ma;Liangbin Li.
Suppression of Skin−Core Structure in Injection-Molded Polymer Parts by in Situ Incorporation of a Microfibrillar Network
Gan-Ji Zhong;Liangbin Li;Eduardo Mendes;Dmytro Byelov.
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