2013 - Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE)
2010 - Fellow of the American Chemical Society
His primary areas of study are Nanoparticle, Polyelectrolyte, Zerovalent iron, Adsorption and Inorganic chemistry. His Nanoparticle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nanoscale iron particles, Flocculation and Mineralogy. His Polyelectrolyte study is concerned with the field of Polymer as a whole.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Particle, Deposition, Carboxymethyl cellulose, Environmental remediation and Colloid. His research integrates issues of Methacrylic acid, Groundwater remediation, Cationic polymerization, Critical micelle concentration and Methyl methacrylate in his study of Adsorption. His Inorganic chemistry study incorporates themes from Kaolinite, Methacrylate, Clay minerals, Reactivity and Hematite.
His main research concerns Adsorption, Pulmonary surfactant, Nanoparticle, Polyelectrolyte and Polymer. His studies deal with areas such as Chromatography, Polymer chemistry and Lysozyme as well as Adsorption. His work in Pulmonary surfactant addresses issues such as Inorganic chemistry, which are connected to fields such as Gibbs isotherm and Micelle.
His Nanoparticle study combines topics in areas such as Iron oxide and Mineralogy. His Polyelectrolyte research incorporates themes from Ionic strength, Methacrylate, Dynamic light scattering, Colloid and Zerovalent iron. His study in Polymer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Pickering emulsion and Coating.
Robert D. Tilton mainly focuses on Colloid, Chemical physics, Surface tension, Marangoni effect and Pulmonary surfactant. His Colloid study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electrostatics, Electrolyte and Adhesive. His Surface tension research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Wetting, Drop and Capillary action.
His research in Marangoni effect intersects with topics in Critical micelle concentration, Monolayer, Dewetting and Dilution. His work deals with themes such as Vesicle and Drug delivery, which intersect with Pulmonary surfactant. As a part of the same scientific family, Robert D. Tilton mostly works in the field of Polymer, focusing on Nanoparticle and, on occasion, Adsorption.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Polyelectrolyte, Adsorption, Abiotic component, Agrochemical and Crop productivity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Depletion force and Dynamic light scattering in addition to Polyelectrolyte. His Adsorption research integrates issues from Chemical physics, Nanoparticle, Electrostatics and Surface force.
Nanocarriers, Heat stress, Heat wave and Star polymer are fields of study that intersect with his Abiotic component research.
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Aggregation and Sedimentation of Aqueous Nanoscale Zerovalent Iron Dispersions
Tanapon Phenrat;Navid Saleh;Kevin Sirk;Robert D. Tilton.
Environmental Science & Technology (2007)
Titanium Dioxide (P25) Produces Reactive Oxygen Species in Immortalized Brain Microglia (BV2): Implications for Nanoparticle Neurotoxicity†
Thomas C. Long;Navid B. Saleh;Robert D. Tilton;Gregory V. Lowry.
Environmental Science & Technology (2006)
TCE dechlorination rates, pathways, and efficiency of nanoscale iron particles with different properties.
Yueqiang Liu;Sara A. Majetich;Robert D. Tilton;David S. Sholl.
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
Stabilization of aqueous nanoscale zerovalent iron dispersions by anionic polyelectrolytes: adsorbed anionic polyelectrolyte layer properties and their effect on aggregation and sedimentation
Tanapon Phenrat;Navid Saleh;Kevin Sirk;Hye-Jin Kim.
Journal of Nanoparticle Research (2008)
Ionic strength and composition affect the mobility of surface-modified Fe0 nanoparticles in water-saturated sand columns.
Navid Saleh;Hye Jin Kim;Tanapon Phenrat;Krzysztof Matyjaszewski.
Environmental Science & Technology (2008)
Surface Modifications Enhance Nanoiron Transport and NAPL Targeting in Saturated Porous Media
Navid Saleh;Kevin Sirk;Yueqiang Liu;Tanapon Phenrat.
Environmental Engineering Science (2007)
Adsorbed triblock copolymers deliver reactive iron nanoparticles to the oil/water interface.
Navid Saleh;Tanapon Phenrat;Kevin Sirk;Bruno Dufour.
Nano Letters (2005)
Counterion effects on hexadecyltrimethylammonium surfactant adsorption and self-assembly on silica
Stephanie B. Velegol;Barry D. Fleming;Simon Biggs;Erica J. Wanless.
Adsorbed Polyelectrolyte Coatings Decrease Fe0 Nanoparticle Reactivity with TCE in Water: Conceptual Model and Mechanisms
Tanapon Phenrat;Yueqiang Liu;Robert D. Tilton;Gregory V. Lowry.
Environmental Science & Technology (2009)
Oil-in-Water Emulsions Stabilized by Highly Charged Polyelectrolyte-Grafted Silica Nanoparticles†
Navid Saleh;Traian Sarbu;Kevin Sirk;Gregory V. Lowry.
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