2000 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For elegant experiments and definitive analysis clarifying the creation and development of structure in multicomponent polymer liquids
1997 - John H. Dillon Medal, American Physical Society For innovative and illuminating optical and neutron experiments to probe the state of order in multi-component polymer systems.
Nitash P. Balsara mainly investigates Copolymer, Polymer chemistry, Electrolyte, Lithium and Ionic conductivity. His Copolymer study combines topics in areas such as Scattering, Lamellar structure, Polystyrene, Flory–Huggins solution theory and Volume fraction. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Light scattering, Analytical chemistry, Composite material, Polypropylene and Chemical engineering.
The concepts of his Electrolyte study are interwoven with issues in Inorganic chemistry, Phase, Polymer, Conductivity and Styrene. His Lithium research includes themes of Salt, Electrochemistry and Ethylene oxide. His Ionic conductivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ionic bonding and Glass transition.
His main research concerns Copolymer, Chemical engineering, Electrolyte, Polymer chemistry and Polymer. His Copolymer research includes elements of Scattering, Lamellar structure, Phase, Thermodynamics and Analytical chemistry. As part of the same scientific family, Nitash P. Balsara usually focuses on Chemical engineering, concentrating on Oxide and intersecting with Poly ethylene.
Nitash P. Balsara combines subjects such as Inorganic chemistry, Conductivity, Salt and Lithium with his study of Electrolyte. His studies deal with areas such as Electrochemistry, Ethylene oxide and Diffusion as well as Lithium. His Polymer chemistry research incorporates elements of Phase transition, Phase diagram, Neutron scattering, Polystyrene and Polybutadiene.
Electrolyte, Chemical engineering, Copolymer, Lithium and Ethylene oxide are his primary areas of study. The Electrolyte study combines topics in areas such as Polymer, Ion transporter, Conductivity, Salt and Diffusion. His Conductivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Perfluoroether and Ionic conductivity.
His work deals with themes such as Polymer electrolytes, Small-angle X-ray scattering, Lithium metal and Pervaporation, which intersect with Chemical engineering. His Copolymer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Lamellar structure, Phase, Polymer chemistry, Flory–Huggins solution theory and Ion. His work carried out in the field of Lithium brings together such families of science as Inorganic chemistry, Limiting current, Neutron scattering and Analytical chemistry.
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Detection of subsurface structures underneath dendrites formed on cycled lithium metal electrodes.
Katherine J. Harry;Daniel T. Hallinan;Dilworth Y. Parkinson;Alastair A. MacDowell.
Nature Materials (2014)
Effect of molecular weight on the mechanical and electrical properties of block copolymer electrolytes
Mohit Singh;Omolola Odusanya;Gregg M. Wilmes;Hany B. Eitouni.
Zwitterionic polymerization of lactide to cyclic poly(lactide) by using N-heterocyclic carbene organocatalysts
Darcy A. Culkin;Wonhee Jeong;Szilárd Csihony;Enrique Daniel Gomez.
Angewandte Chemie (2007)
Resolution of the Modulus versus Adhesion Dilemma in Solid Polymer Electrolytes for Rechargeable Lithium Metal Batteries
G. M. Stone;S. A. Mullin;A. A. Teran;D. T. Hallinan.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (2012)
Effect of Molecular Weight and Salt Concentration on Conductivity of Block Copolymer Electrolytes
Ashoutosh Panday;Ashoutosh Panday;Scott Mullin;Scott Mullin;Enrique D. Gomez;Enrique D. Gomez;Nisita Wanakule.
A solid lithium electrolyte via addition of lithium isopropoxide to a metal-organic framework with open metal sites.
Brian M. Wiers;Maw-Lin Foo;Maw-Lin Foo;Nitash P. Balsara;Nitash P. Balsara;Jeffrey R. Long;Jeffrey R. Long.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011)
Micelle formation of BAB triblock copolymers in solvents that preferentially dissolve the A block
N. P. Balsara;M. Tirrell;T. P. Lodge.
Effect of ion distribution on conductivity of block copolymer electrolytes.
Enrique D. Gomez;Ashoutosh Panday;Edward H. Feng;Vincent Chen.
Nano Letters (2009)
Increased water retention in polymer electrolyte membranes at elevated temperatures assisted by capillary condensation.
Moon Jeong Park;Kenneth H. Downing;Andrew Jackson;Enrique D. Gomez.
Nano Letters (2007)
Thermodynamic interactions in model polyolefin blends obtained by small-angle neutron scattering
N. P. Balsara;L. J. Fetters;N. Hadjichristidis;D. J. Lohse.
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