1989 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation In recognition of important research on the ultrastructure and properties of polymers
W. Wade Adams mainly focuses on Carbon nanotube, Liquid crystal, Nanotechnology, Scanning electron microscope and Polymer. His Carbon nanotube research is under the purview of Chemical engineering. His research in Liquid crystal intersects with topics in Diffraction efficiency and Crystal.
His Carbon nanotube actuators, Mechanical properties of carbon nanotubes, Nanomaterials and Graphene study in the realm of Nanotechnology connects with subjects such as Research areas. His studies deal with areas such as Amorphous solid, Curing and Lamellar structure as well as Scanning electron microscope. His Polymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fibroin, Polymer science and Spider, Araneus diadematus, Spider silk.
W. Wade Adams mainly investigates Polymer, Liquid crystal, Crystallography, Composite material and Molecule. His Polymer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fiber and Nanotechnology, Carbon nanotube. As a member of one scientific family, W. Wade Adams mostly works in the field of Carbon nanotube, focusing on Organic chemistry and, on occasion, Chemical engineering.
His Liquid crystal study also includes
His scientific interests lie mostly in Carbon nanotube, Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering, Polymer and Composite material. His Carbon nanotube research integrates issues from van der Waals force, Phase, Graphene and Liquid crystal. W. Wade Adams combines subjects such as Ion and Supersonic speed with his study of Nanotechnology.
W. Wade Adams interconnects Yield, Organic chemistry, Alkyl and Raman spectroscopy in the investigation of issues within Chemical engineering. His work in Polymer tackles topics such as Nanocomposite which are related to areas like Rigid rod polymers and Rheology. W. Wade Adams has included themes like Colloid and Molecule in his Composite material study.
His primary areas of study are Carbon nanotube, Nanotechnology, Liquid crystal, Phase and Carbon nanotube actuators. The study incorporates disciplines such as Inorganic chemistry, van der Waals force and Base in addition to Carbon nanotube. His Liquid crystal study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Optical properties of carbon nanotubes, Mechanical properties of carbon nanotubes, Nanotube and Polymer.
Polymer is a subfield of Organic chemistry that he explores. The Phase study combines topics in areas such as Dispersion and Chemical engineering. His Chemical engineering study incorporates themes from Sulfuric acid and Spinning.
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Macroscopic, Neat, Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Fibers
Lars M. Ericson;Hua Fan;Haiqing Peng;Virginia A. Davis.
Electrically switchable volume gratings in polymer‐dispersed liquid crystals
R. L. Sutherland;V. P. Tondiglia;L. V. Natarajan;T. J. Bunning.
Applied Physics Letters (1994)
Synthesis, Structure, and Properties of PBO/SWNT Composites &
Satish Kumar;Thuy D. Dang;Fred E. Arnold;Arup R. Bhattacharyya.
True solutions of single-walled carbon nanotubes for assembly into macroscopic materials
Virginia A. Davis;Virginia A. Davis;A. Nicholas G. Parra-Vasquez;Micah J. Green;Micah J. Green;Pradeep K. Rai.
Nature Nanotechnology (2009)
Crystal Structures, Phase Transitions and Energy Calculations of Poly(p-phenylene) Oligomers
Kenneth N. Baker;Albert V. Fratini;Timothy Resch;Howard C. Knachel.
Phase Behavior and Rheology of SWNTs in Superacids
Virginia A. Davis;Lars M. Ericson;A. Nicholas G. Parra-Vasquez;Hua Fan.
Mechanical and thermal properties of dragline silk from the spider Nephila clavipes
Philip M. Cunniff;Stephen A. Fossey;Margaret A. Auerbach;John W. Song.
Polymers for Advanced Technologies (1994)
Dissolution of Pristine Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Superacids by Direct Protonation
Sivarajan Ramesh;Lars M. Ericson;Virginia A. Davis;Rajesh K. Saini.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2004)
Silk polymers : materials science and biotechnology
David Kaplan;W. Wade Adams;Barry Farmer;Christopher Viney.
Structure and morphology of electrospun silk nanofibers
Shahrzad Zarkoob;R.K Eby;Darrell H Reneker;Steven D Hudson.
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