Sukhmanjot Kaur
Sukhmanjot Kaur
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Direct observation of the interplay of catechol binding and polymer hydrophobicity in a mussel-inspired elastomeric adhesive
S Kaur, A Narayanan, S Dalvi, Q Liu, A Joy, A Dhinojwala
ACS central science 4 (10), 1420-1429, 2018
272018
Viscosity Attunes the Adhesion of Bioinspired Low Modulus Polyester Adhesive Sealants to Wet Tissues
A Narayanan, S Kaur, C Peng, D Debnath, K Mishra, Q Liu, A Dhinojwala, ...
Biomacromolecules 20 (7), 2577-2586, 2019
112019
Opposing Effects of Side-Chain Flexibility and Hydrogen Bonding on the Thermal, Mechanical, and Rheological Properties of Supramolecularly Cross-Linked Polyesters
Q Liu, C Wang, Y Guo, C Peng, A Narayanan, S Kaur, Y Xu, RA Weiss, ...
Macromolecules 51 (22), 9294-9305, 2018
102018
Interstitial water enhances sliding friction
AP Defante, A Nyarko, S Kaur, TN Burai, A Dhinojwala
Langmuir 34 (13), 4084-4094, 2018
82018
Comparative and functional analysis of the digital mucus glands and secretions of tree frogs
JKA Langowski, S Singla, A Nyarko, H Schipper, FT van den Berg, S Kaur, ...
Frontiers in zoology 16 (1), 1-17, 2019
62019
Characterization of Acid–Base Interactions Using Interface-Sensitive Sum Frequency Generation Spectroscopy
MC Wilson, S Singla, AJ Stefin, S Kaur, JV Brown, A Dhinojwala
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 123 (30), 18495-18501, 2019
62019
Crystallinelike ordering of confined liquids at the moving contact line
K Nanjundiah, A Kurian, S Kaur, S Singla, A Dhinojwala
Physical review letters 122 (12), 128004, 2019
52019
Atomistic Insights into Hydrogen-Bonding-Driven Competitive Adsorption of Acetone–Chloroform Binary Mixtures
N Kumar, S Singla, MC Wilson, S Kaur, S Bekele, M Tsige, A Dhinojwala
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 123 (49), 29729-29738, 2019
32019
Interaction Geometry Causes Spectral Line-Shape Broadening at the Solid/Liquid Interface
N Kumar, S Kaur, R Kumar, MC Wilson, S Bekele, M Tsige, A Dhinojwala
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 123 (50), 30447-30457, 2019
22019
Elastocapillary Adhesion of Compliant Gel Microspheres
J Headley, E Lyons, M Giso, E Kuwaye, T Atherton, K Jensen
Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 2021
2021
Role of hydrophobicity in underwater adhesion
S Kaur, MC Wilson, A Dhinojwala
Macromolecular Engineering, 257-276, 2021
2021
Optical Characterization of Underwater Contact Mechanics
M Sun, N Kumar, H King
Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 2020
2020
Interactions and Competitive Adsorption at Solid/Liquid Interface
N Kumar, S Kaur, R Kumar, S Singla, M Wilson, S Bekele, M Tsige, ...
Bulletin of the American Physical Society 65, 2020
2020
Understanding Elastomeric Contact Interfaces in the Presence of Water
N Kumar, S Kaur, S Dalvi, A Dhinojwala
Bulletin of the American Physical Society 65, 2020
2020
EVALUATION OF MACROSCOPIC ADHESION AND INTERFACIAL INTERACTIONS OF MUSSEL-INSPIRED HYDROPHOBIC ADHESIVES
S Kaur
University of Akron, 2020
2020
Exploring the functional role of the digital mucus glands and their secretions in tree frog attachment
JKA Langowski, S Singla, A Nyarko, H Schipper, F van den Berg, S Kaur, ...
SEB Annual Meeting Seville 2019, 167-167, 2019
2019
Mussel-inspired polyesters with aliphatic pendant groups demonstrate the importance of hydrophobicity in wet adhesion
A Narayanan, S Kaur, A Dhinojwala, A Joy
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 257, 2019
2019
Probing the Molecular Interactions of Small Molecules with Sapphire
N Kumar, S Kaur, R Kumar, S Bekele, M Tsige, A Dhinojwala
APS March Meeting Abstracts 2019, L32. 006, 2019
2019
Strong underwater adhesion of low modulus polyester adhesives is achieved with photochemical control of cohesive bonds
A Narayanan, S Kaur, Q Liu, A Dhinojwala, A Joy
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 255, 2018
2018
Understanding the Role of DOPA in Underwater Adhesion
S Kaur, A Narayanan, A Joy, A Dhinojwala, SK Team
APS March Meeting Abstracts 2018, E17. 003, 2018
2018
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