His primary areas of study are Organic chemistry, Polymer, Monomer, Polymer chemistry and Polymerization. Organic chemistry is represented through his Catalysis, Metathesis, Polyester, Condensation polymer and Acyclic diene metathesis research. His work on Side chain as part of general Polymer research is frequently linked to Macromolecule, Renewable resource and Context, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His research integrates issues of Alcohol, Solvent and Passerini reaction in his study of Monomer. Michael A. R. Meier regularly ties together related areas like Copolymer in his Polymer chemistry studies. The study incorporates disciplines such as Green chemistry, Ene reaction and Amide in addition to Polymerization.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Organic chemistry, Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Polymerization and Catalysis. His study in Monomer, Metathesis, Polyester, Fatty acid and Polyamide are all subfields of Organic chemistry. His Metathesis research includes themes of Olefin fiber, Methyl acrylate and Ruthenium.
His research investigates the connection between Polymer chemistry and topics such as Copolymer that intersect with problems in Chemical engineering. His research in Polymer tackles topics such as Raw material which are related to areas like Waste management. His Catalysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Solvent and Double bond.
His main research concerns Organic chemistry, Catalysis, Monomer, Polymerization and Radical polymerization. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Raw material, Amine gas treating and Reducing agent. His Raw material study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Continuous reactor and Chemical industry.
His Monomer study improves the overall literature in Polymer. As part of one scientific family, Michael A. R. Meier deals mainly with the area of Polymer, narrowing it down to issues related to the Polymer science, and often Thermoplastic materials, Polyamide and Reversible-deactivation radical polymerization. His Polymerization study incorporates themes from Polymer chemistry and Double bond.
His primary scientific interests are in Polymerization, Organic chemistry, Polymer, Cellulose and Renewable resource. The various areas that Michael A. R. Meier examines in his Polymerization study include Combinatorial chemistry, Catalysis, Polymer chemistry and Passerini reaction. His work deals with themes such as Thiol and Ene reaction, which intersect with Polymer chemistry.
He works in the field of Polymer, focusing on Copolymer in particular. His research investigates the connection with Copolymer and areas like Monomer which intersect with concerns in Tandem mass spectrometry, Repeat unit and Biginelli reaction. His studies deal with areas such as Porosity, Solvent and Aerogel as well as Cellulose.
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Plant oil renewable resources as green alternatives in polymer science
Michael A. R. Meier;Jürgen O. Metzger;Ulrich S. Schubert;Ulrich S. Schubert.
Chemical Society Reviews (2007)
Oils and Fats as Renewable Raw Materials in Chemistry
Ursula Biermann;Uwe Bornscheuer;Michael A. R. Meier;Jürgen O. Metzger.
Angewandte Chemie (2011)
Castor oil as a renewable resource for the chemical industry
Hatice Mutlu;Michael A. R. Meier.
European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology (2010)
Plant oils: The perfect renewable resource for polymer science?!
Lucas Montero de Espinosa;Michael A.R. Meier.
European Polymer Journal (2011)
Introducing multicomponent reactions to polymer science: Passerini reactions of renewable monomers.
Oliver Kreye;Tommy Tóth;Michael A. R. Meier.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011)
Sustainable routes to polyurethane precursors
Oliver Kreye;Hatice Mutlu;Michael A. R. Meier.
Green Chemistry (2013)
Acyclic diene metathesis: a versatile tool for the construction of defined polymer architectures
Hatice Mutlu;Lucas Montero de Espinosa;Lucas Montero de Espinosa;Michael A. R. Meier.
Chemical Society Reviews (2011)
Sequence Control in Polymer Chemistry through the Passerini Three‐Component Reaction
Susanne C. Solleder;Michael A. R. Meier.
Angewandte Chemie (2014)
Fatty Acid Derived Monomers and Related Polymers Via Thiol-ene (Click) Additions.
Oĝuz Türünç;Michael A. R. Meier.
Macromolecular Rapid Communications (2010)
Metathesis with Oleochemicals: New Approaches for the Utilization of Plant Oils as Renewable Resources in Polymer Science
Michael A. R. Meier.
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics (2009)
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