The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Organic chemistry, Polyester and Liquid crystal. His Polymer chemistry research includes themes of Copolymer, Anionic addition polymerization, Polymerization, Doping and Conductivity. His Polymer research incorporates elements of Carbon film, Crystallinity and Substituent.
The concepts of his Polyester study are interwoven with issues in Microorganism, Chemical modification, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Pseudomonas oleovorans and Carbon. Robert W. Lenz combines subjects such as Crystallography, Crystallization and Polarized light microscopy with his study of Liquid crystal. His studies in Thermotropic crystal integrate themes in fields like Differential scanning calorimetry and Mesogen.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Organic chemistry, Polyester and Liquid crystal. The study incorporates disciplines such as Copolymer, Polymerization, Tacticity, Differential scanning calorimetry and Monomer in addition to Polymer chemistry. His Polymer study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Crystallinity.
His Polyester study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Hydroquinone. His Liquid crystal study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Crystallography, Substituent and Phase transition. His research in Pseudomonas oleovorans intersects with topics in Nonanoic acid and Carboxylic acid.
Robert W. Lenz spends much of his time researching Polymer chemistry, Organic chemistry, Polyester, Polymerization and Polymer. His work carried out in the field of Polymer chemistry brings together such families of science as Copolymer, Anionic addition polymerization, Glass transition, Tacticity and Catalysis. His work in Copolymer addresses issues such as Crystallization, which are connected to fields such as Molecule.
His research integrates issues of Sealant, Biocompatibility, Microorganism, Ethylene and Side chain in his study of Polyester. His study in Polymerization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Enzyme catalysis, Biochemistry, Enzyme, Stereospecificity and Monomer. His Polymer study incorporates themes from Amorphous solid, Crystallinity, Differential scanning calorimetry and Potassium permanganate.
His primary scientific interests are in Organic chemistry, Polyester, Polymer chemistry, Pseudomonas oleovorans and Biodegradation. His Polyester research integrates issues from Chemical modification and Biochemistry. His Polymer chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tacticity, Polymerization, Polymer and Catalysis, Regioselectivity.
As part of his studies on Polymer, Robert W. Lenz often connects relevant areas like Diol. Robert W. Lenz interconnects Microorganism, Elastomer, Carboxylic acid and Drug delivery in the investigation of issues within Pseudomonas oleovorans. The Biodegradation study combines topics in areas such as Biotechnology, Natural polymers and Biosynthesis.
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Pseudomonas oleovorans as a Source of Poly(β-Hydroxyalkanoates) for Potential Applications as Biodegradable Polyesters
H Brandl;R A Gross;R W Lenz;R C Fuller.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1988)
Bacterial Polyesters: Biosynthesis, Biodegradable Plastics and Biotechnology
Robert W Lenz;Robert H Marchessault.
Plastics from bacteria and for bacteria: Poly(β-hydroxyalkanoates) as natural, biocompatible, and biodegradable polyesters
Brandl H;Gross Ra;Lenz Rw;Fuller Rc.
Advances in Biochemical Engineering / Biotechnology (1990)
The biosynthesis and characterization of poly(β-hydroxyalkanoates) produced by Pseudomonas oleovorans
Richard A. Gross;Christopher DeMello;Robert W. Lenz;Helmut Brandl.
Liquid crystal polymers with flexible spacers in the main chain
Christopher K. Ober;Jung-Il Jin;Qifeng Zhou;Robert W. Lenz.
Liquid Crystal Polymers I (1984)
Ability of the phototrophic bacterium Rhodospirillum rubrum to produce various poly (β-hydroxyalkanoates): Potential sources for biodegradable polyesters
Helmut Brandl;Edward J. Knee;R.Clinton Fuller;Richard A. Gross.
International Journal of Biological Macromolecules (1989)
Thermotropic Liquid Crystalline Polyesters with Rigid or Flexible Spacer Groups
J.-I. Jin;S. Antoun;C. Ober;R. W. Lenz.
British Polymer Journal (1980)
Preparation of poly(phenylene vinylene) from cycloalkylene sulfonium salt monomers and polymers
Robert W. Lenz;Chien-Chung Han;John Stenger-Smith;Frank E. Karasz.
Journal of Polymer Science Part A (1988)
FORMATION OF POLY(3-HYDROXYALKANOATES) BY PHOTOTROPHIC AND CHEMOLITHOTROPHIC BACTERIA
Matthias Liebergesell;Eilert Hustede;Arnulf Timm;Alexander Steinbüchel.
Archives of Microbiology (1991)
An unusual bacterial polyester with a phenyl pendant group
Katharina Fritzsche;Robert W. Lenz;R. Clinton Fuller.
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics (1990)
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