Vesselin N. Paunov spends much of his time researching Nanotechnology, Colloid, Monolayer, Particle and Polymer. His Nanotechnology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Replication, Fluorescence and Polyelectrolyte. His studies deal with areas such as Chromatography and Surface charge as well as Colloid.
His research in Monolayer intersects with topics in Crystallography, Polystyrene latex, Sulfate and Octane. The study incorporates disciplines such as Contact angle and Adsorption in addition to Particle. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Polymer, narrowing it down to issues related to the Nanoparticle, and often Nanomaterials, Lignin and Silver nitrate.
His primary areas of investigation include Nanotechnology, Particle, Polyelectrolyte, Colloid and Composite material. His Nanotechnology study which covers Biophysics that intersects with Cell. The Particle study combines topics in areas such as Monolayer, Contact angle, Chromatography, Particle size and Capillary action.
His Contact angle research incorporates themes from Wetting, Adsorption and Emulsion. His Polyelectrolyte study incorporates themes from Nanoparticle, Cationic polymerization, Coating and Biosensor. His research investigates the connection between Composite material and topics such as Aqueous solution that intersect with issues in Shellac and Dissolution.
His primary areas of study are Microbiology, Nanoparticle, Nanocarriers, Adhesion and Cell. His study on Nanoparticle also encompasses disciplines like
The various areas that Vesselin N. Paunov examines in his Shellac study include Aqueous solution and Solvent. He regularly links together related areas like Particle in his Chromatography studies. As a part of the same scientific study, Vesselin N. Paunov usually deals with the Particle, concentrating on Capillary action and frequently concerns with Suspension.
Nanoparticle, Nuclear chemistry, Nanogel, Nanocarriers and Cationic polymerization are his primary areas of study. Vesselin N. Paunov interconnects Antibiotics, Antimicrobial and Microbiology in the investigation of issues within Nanogel. His Nanocarriers research incorporates elements of Shellac, Combinatorial chemistry and Pulmonary surfactant.
He has included themes like Solvent, Aqueous solution and Surface coating in his Shellac study. His research integrates issues of Allylamine, Polyelectrolyte, Zinc sulfide, Zinc and Reactive oxygen species in his study of Cationic polymerization. His studies in Polyelectrolyte integrate themes in fields like Sodium, Dynamic light scattering, Magnesium, Nanomaterials and Zeta potential.
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Compression and Structure of Monolayers of Charged Latex Particles at Air/Water and Octane/Water Interfaces
Robert Aveyard;John H. Clint;and Dieter Nees;Vesselin N. Paunov.
An environmentally benign antimicrobial nanoparticle based on a silver-infused lignin core
Alexander P. Richter;Joseph S. Brown;Bhuvnesh Bharti;Amy Wang.
Nature Nanotechnology (2015)
Foam superstabilization by polymer microrods.
Rossitza G. Alargova;Devdutta S. Warhadpande;Vesselin N. Paunov;Orlin D. Velev.
Remotely powered self-propelling particles and micropumps based on miniature diodes.
Suk Tai Chang;Vesselin N. Paunov;Dimiter N. Petsev;Orlin D. Velev.
Nature Materials (2007)
Fabrication of "hairy" colloidosomes with shells of polymeric microrods.
Paul F. Noble;Olivier J. Cayre;Rossitza G. Alargova;Orlin D. Velev.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Capillary meniscus interaction between colloidal particles attached to a liquid-fluid interface
P.A Kralchevsky;V.N Paunov;I.B Ivanov;K Nagayama.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (1992)
Novel Method for Determining the Three-Phase Contact Angle of Colloid Particles Adsorbed at Air−Water and Oil−Water Interfaces
Vesselin N. Paunov.
Supraparticles and “Janus” Particles Fabricated by Replication of Particle Monolayers at Liquid Surfaces Using a Gel Trapping Technique
Vesselin N. Paunov;Olivier J. Cayre.
Advanced Materials (2004)
Measurement of long-range repulsive forces between charged particles at an oil-water interface.
R. Aveyard;B. P. Binks;J. H. Clint;P. D. I. Fletcher.
Physical Review Letters (2002)
Fabrication of environmentally biodegradable lignin nanoparticles.
Camille Frangville;Marius Rutkevičius;Alexander P. Richter;Orlin D. Velev.
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