Michael J. Monteiro spends much of his time researching Polymer chemistry, Radical polymerization, Polymerization, Polymer and Chain transfer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Poly, Degenerative chain transfer, End-group and Living polymerization in addition to Polymer chemistry. His Radical polymerization research is under the purview of Copolymer.
The concepts of his Polymerization study are interwoven with issues in Styrene, Solvent, Disproportionation and Particle size. His studies deal with areas such as Combinatorial chemistry, Click chemistry, Dendrimer and Alkyne as well as Polymer. His work carried out in the field of Chain transfer brings together such families of science as Reversible addition−fragmentation chain-transfer polymerization, Living free-radical polymerization, Raft, Emulsion polymerization and Dispersity.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Radical polymerization, Polymerization and Chain transfer. Michael J. Monteiro works mostly in the field of Polymer chemistry, limiting it down to concerns involving Copolymer and, occasionally, Micelle and Dendrimer. His work deals with themes such as Nanoparticle, Chemical engineering and Nanotechnology, which intersect with Polymer.
His Radical polymerization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Reaction rate constant, Acrylate and Thermodynamics. His Polymerization study incorporates themes from Photochemistry, Dispersity, Disproportionation and Monomer. The various areas that Michael J. Monteiro examines in his Chain transfer study include Living free-radical polymerization, Bulk polymerization, End-group, Particle size and Living polymerization.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Polymer, Chemical engineering, Nanostructure, Nanoparticle and Nanotechnology. His Polymer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Work, Thermodynamics and Polymer chemistry. His Polymer chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Reagent, Solvent, Radical polymerization, Methacrylate and Organic synthesis.
His Chemical engineering research includes themes of Acrylate, Monomer, Nitroxide mediated radical polymerization and Lithium. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dendrimer, Vaccine delivery, Stem cell and Mesoporous material. Michael J. Monteiro has included themes like Catalysis, Dispersity, Molar mass distribution and Dissipative system in his Polymerization study.
Michael J. Monteiro mainly investigates Chemical engineering, Polymer, Polymerization, Polymer chemistry and Dispersity. His Chemical engineering research incorporates themes from Carbon nanosphere, Hierarchical porous and Void. His Conjugated system and Lattice model study, which is part of a larger body of work in Polymer, is frequently linked to Relaxation and Dielectric strength, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Polymerization course of study focuses on Catalysis and Inorganic chemistry and Dipole. His Polymer chemistry study incorporates themes from Organic reaction, Acetone, Aldol condensation, Radical polymerization and Methacrylate. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nucleic acid, Macromolecule, Combinatorial chemistry, Acetonitrile and Living polymerization in addition to Dispersity.
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Ultrafast synthesis of ultrahigh molar mass polymers by metal-catalyzed living radical polymerization of acrylates, methacrylates, and vinyl chloride mediated by SET at 25 degrees C.
Virgil Percec;Tamaz Guliashvili;Janine S. Ladislaw;Anna Finne Wistrand.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Nanoparticle-induced unfolding of fibrinogen promotes Mac-1 receptor activation and inflammation
Zhou J. Deng;Mingtao Liang;Michael Monteiro;Istvan Toth.
Nature Nanotechnology (2011)
Mechanism and kinetics of dithiobenzoate-mediated RAFT polymerization. I. The current situation
Christopher Barner-Kowollik;Michael Buback;Bernadette Charleux;Michelle L. Coote.
Journal of Polymer Science Part A (2006)
Aqueous Room Temperature Metal-Catalyzed Living Radical Polymerization of Vinyl Chloride
Virgil Percec;Anatoliy V. Popov;Ernesto Ramirez-Castillo;Michael Monteiro.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
Intermediate radical termination as the mechanism for retardation in reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerization
MJ Michael Monteiro;de Jam Hans Brouwer.
Molecular weight characterization of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) prepared by living free-radical polymerization
François Ganachaud;Michael J. Monteiro;Robert G. Gilbert;Marie Anne Dourges.
Living Radical Polymerization in Miniemulsion Using Reversible Addition-Fragmentation Chain Transfer
de Jam Hans Brouwer;JG Tsavalas;FJ Schork;MJ Michael Monteiro.
Synthesis of 3-miktoarm stars and 1st generation mikto dendritic copolymers by "living" radical polymerization and "click" chemistry
Michael R. Whittaker;Carl N. Urbani;Michael J. Monteiro.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Controlled radical copolymerization of styrene and maleic anhydride and the synthesis of novel polyolefin‐based block copolymers by reversible addition–fragmentation chain‐transfer (RAFT) polymerization
Hans De Brouwer;Mike A. J. Schellekens;Bert Klumperman;Michael J. Monteiro.
Journal of Polymer Science Part A (2000)
Solvent Choice Differentiates SET-LRP and Cu-Mediated Radical Polymerization with Non-First-Order Kinetics
Gerard Lligadas;Brad M. Rosen;Michael J. Monteiro;Virgil Percec.
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