His primary scientific interests are in Polymer chemistry, Polymer blend, Hydrogen bond, Infrared spectroscopy and Polymer. His Polymer chemistry research integrates issues from Hydrogen, Ether, Amorphous solid, Intermolecular force and Miscibility. His Polymer blend study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Poly and Glass transition.
The concepts of his Hydrogen bond study are interwoven with issues in Equilibrium constant and Polyurethane. His Infrared spectroscopy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Physical chemistry and Coal. His work on Polymerization as part of general Polymer research is frequently linked to Computer science, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Michael M. Coleman mostly deals with Polymer chemistry, Polymer blend, Polymer, Hydrogen bond and Infrared spectroscopy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Copolymer, Methacrylate, Equilibrium constant, Phase and Miscibility in addition to Polymer chemistry. In his work, Jet fuel and Molecule is strongly intertwined with Hydrogen, which is a subfield of Polymer blend.
His Polymer research includes elements of Crystallography and Raman spectroscopy. His Hydrogen bond research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Intramolecular force, Polyurethane and Thermodynamics. His studies deal with areas such as Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Amorphous solid, Coal and Physical chemistry as well as Infrared spectroscopy.
Polymer blend, Polymer chemistry, Thermodynamics, Hydrogen bond and Infrared spectroscopy are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Chemical physics, Glass transition, Phase, Intermolecular force and Miscibility, which intersect with Polymer blend. Michael M. Coleman has researched Polymer chemistry in several fields, including Copolymer, Styrene, Functional group, Equilibrium constant and Intermolecular interaction.
His Thermodynamics research incorporates themes from Stoichiometry, Cyclohexane, Molecule and Polymer. Michael M. Coleman focuses mostly in the field of Hydrogen bond, narrowing it down to topics relating to Crystallography and, in certain cases, Molecular vibration and Stereochemistry. His Infrared spectroscopy study is related to the wider topic of Analytical chemistry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer chemistry, Polymer blend, Infrared spectroscopy, Methacrylic acid and Styrene. Michael M. Coleman combines subjects such as Copolymer, Phosphazene, Polymer, Equilibrium constant and Polyurethane with his study of Polymer chemistry. His study in Polymer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fire retardant, Flame test, Thermogravimetric analysis and Char.
Michael M. Coleman has included themes like Hydrogen, Phase, Intermolecular interaction, Intermolecular force and Hydrogen bond in his Polymer blend study. His work in Hydrogen covers topics such as Functional group which are related to areas like Miscibility, Volume fraction and Thermodynamics. In Intermolecular force, Michael M. Coleman works on issues like Two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, which are connected to Analytical chemistry and Molecular physics.
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Hydrogen bonding in polymers. 4. Infrared temperature studies of a simple polyurethane
Michael M. Coleman;Keun Ho Lee;Daniel J. Skrovanek;Paul C. Painter.
Specific Interactions and the Miscibility of Polymer Blends
Michael M. Coleman;John F. Graf;Paul C. Painter.
Concerning the Application of FT-IR to the Study of Coal: A Critical Assessment of Band Assignments and the Application of Spectral Analysis Programs
Paul C. Painter;Randy W. Snyder;Michael Starsinic;Michael M. Coleman.
Applied Spectroscopy (1981)
Hydrogen bonding in polymers: infrared temperature studies of an amorphous polyamide
Daniel J. Skrovanek;Stephen E. Howe;Paul C. Painter;Michael M. Coleman.
Hydrogen bonding in polymer blends. 1. FTIR studies of urethane-ether blends
Michael M. Coleman;Daniel J. Skrovanek;Jiangbin Hu;Paul C. Painter.
Hydrogen bonded polymer blends
Michael M. Coleman;Paul C. Painter.
Progress in Polymer Science (1995)
Hydrogen bonding in polymers. 2. Infrared temperature studies of nylon 11
Daniel J. Skrovanek;Paul C. Painter;Michael M. Coleman.
Concerning the miscibility of poly(vinyl phenol) blends — FTi.r. study
E.J. Moskala;D.F. Varnell;M.M. Coleman.
The theory of vibrational spectroscopy and its application to polymeric materials
Paul C. Painter;Michael M. Coleman;Jack L. Koenig.
A practical guide to polymer miscibility
Michael M. Coleman;Carl J. Serman;Dorab E. Bhagwagar;Paul C. Painter.
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