Muruganathan "Nathan" Ramanathan
Muruganathan "Nathan" Ramanathan
Materials Scientist
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Amphiphile nanoarchitectonics: from basic physical chemistry to advanced applications
M Ramanathan, LK Shrestha, T Mori, Q Ji, JP Hill, K Ariga
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 15, 10580-10611, 2013
2602013
Defect-sensitive crystals based on diaminomaleonitrile-functionalized Schiff base with aggregation-enhanced emission
T Han, Y Hong, N Xie, S Chen, N Zhao, E Zhao, JWY Lam, HHY Sung, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry C 1 (44), 7314-7320, 2013
1002013
Mesoscale morphologies in polymer thin films
M Ramanathan, SB Darling
Progress in Polymer Science 36 (6), 793-812, 2011
892011
Viscoelasticity of dynamically self-assembled paramagnetic colloidal clusters
P Tierno, R Muruganathan, TM Fischer
Physical review letters 98 (2), 028301, 2007
812007
Materials self-assembly and fabrication in confined spaces
M Ramanathan, II S Michael Kilbey, Q Ji, JP Hill, K Ariga
Journal of Materials Chemistry 22 (21), 10389-10405, 2012
762012
Emerging trends in metal-containing block copolymers: synthesis, self-assembly, and nanomanufacturing applications
M Ramanathan, YC Tseng, K Ariga, SB Darling
Journal of Materials Chemistry C 1 (11), 2080-2091, 2013
752013
Effect of gas type on foam film permeability and its implications for foam flow in porous media
R Farajzadeh, RM Muruganathan, WR Rossen, R Krastev
Advances in colloid and interface science 168 (1-2), 71-78, 2011
712011
Crossover behavior in the hydrogen sensing mechanism for palladium ultrathin films
M Ramanathan, G Skudlarek, HH Wang, SB Darling
Nanotechnology 21 (12), 125501, 2010
702010
Foam films stabilized by dodecyl maltoside. 1. Film thickness and free energy of film formation
RM Muruganathan, R Krustev, HJ Müller, H Möhwald, B Kolaric, R Klitzing
Langmuir 20 (15), 6352-6358, 2004
472004
Simple orientational control over cylindrical organic–inorganic block copolymer domains for etch mask applications
M Ramanathan, E Nettleton, SB Darling
Thin Solid Films 517 (15), 4474-4478, 2009
442009
MERIX—Next generation medium energy resolution inelastic X-ray scattering instrument at the APS
YV Shvyd’ko, JP Hill, CA Burns, DS Coburn, B Brajuskovic, D Casa, ...
Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena 188, 140-149, 2013
392013
Thickness dependent hierarchical meso/nano scale morphologies of a metal-containing block copolymer thin film induced by hybrid annealing and their pattern transfer abilities
M Ramanathan, SB Darling
Soft Matter 5 (23), 4665-4671, 2009
362009
Nanoarchitectonics of molecular aggregates: science and technology
M Ramanathan, K Hong, Q Ji, Y Yonamine, JP Hill, K Ariga
Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 14 (1), 390-401, 2014
342014
Colloidal rings in a liquid mixture
LE Helseth, RM Muruganathan, Y Zhang, TM Fischer
Langmuir 21 (16), 7271-7275, 2005
322005
Foam films stabilized with dodecyl maltoside. 2. Film stability and gas permeability
RM Muruganatha n,†, R Krastev, HJ Müller, H Möhwald
Langmuir 22 (19), 7981-7985, 2006
292006
Temperature dependence of the gas permeability of foam films stabilized by dodecyl maltoside
RM Muruganathan, R Krustev, N Ikeda, HJ Müller
Langmuir 19 (7), 3062-3065, 2003
262003
Nanofabrication with metallopolymers‐recent developments and future perspectives
M Ramanathan, SB Darling
Polymer international 62 (8), 1123-1134, 2013
252013
Assembly and organization of poly (3-hexylthiophene) brushes and their potential use as novel anode buffer layers for organic photovoltaics
J Alonzo, WM Kochemba, DL Pickel, M Ramanathan, Z Sun, D Li, J Chen, ...
Nanoscale 5 (19), 9357-9364, 2013
222013
The dependence of the interactions in foam films on surfactant concentration
NC Mishra, RM Muruganathan, HJ Müller, R Krustev
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 256 (1), 77-83, 2005
222005
Foam films as thin liquid gas separation membranes
M Ramanathan, HJ Müller, H Möhwald, R Krastev
ACS applied materials & interfaces 3 (3), 633-637, 2011
202011
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