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PUBLICATIONS IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS

2016

136. A. Chaturvedi, M. B. Dowling, J. P. Gustin, T. M. Scalea, S. R. Raghavan and M. M. Narayan
Hydrophobically-modified chitosan gauze: A new and effective topical hemostat.
Journal of Surgical Research, 207, 45 (2017)
132. C. Arya, H. Oh and S. R. Raghavan
“Killer” microcapsules that can selectively destroy target microparticles in their vicinity.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8, in press (2016)
134. M. B. Dowling, I. MacIntire, V. Javvaji, J. Gustin, S. R. Raghavan, T. Scalea and M. M. Narayan
Determination of efficacy of novel alginate dressing in a lethal arterial injury model in swine.
Injury, 47, 2105 (2016)
133. J. C. Athas, C. P. Nguyen, B. C. Zarket, A. Gargava, Z. H. Nie and S. R. Raghavan
Enzyme-triggered folding of hydrogels: Towards a mimic of the Venus flytrap.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8, 19066 (2016)
132. A. Gargava, C. Arya and S. R. Raghavan
Smart hydrogel-based valves inspired by the stomata in plants.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8, 18430 (2016)
131. H. Oh, A. X. Lu, V. Javvaji, D. L. DeVoe and S. R. Raghavan
Light-directed self-assembly of robust alginate gels at precise locations in microfluidic channels.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8, 17529 (2016)
130. A. X. Lu, Y. Liu, H. Oh, A. Gargava, E. Kendall, Z. H. Nie, D. L. DeVoe and S. R. Raghavan
Catalytic propulsion and magnetic steering of microcapsules: Ability to pick-up and drop-off cargo.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8, 15676 (2016)
129. R. Ghaffarian, E. Perez-Herrero, H. Oh, S. R. Raghavan and S. Muro
Chitosan-alginate microcapsules provide gastric protection and intestinal release of nanocarriers,
Advanced Functional Materials, 26, 3382 (2016) (Cover)
128. Y. C. Kuo, H. C. Wu, D. Hoang, W. E. Bentley, W. D. D’Souza and S. R. Raghavan
Colloidal properties of nanoerythrosomes derived from bovine red-blood-cells.
Langmuir, 32, 171 (2016)

2015

127. D. A. Riehm, J. E. Neilsen, G. D. Bothun, V. T. John, S. R. Raghavan and A. V. McCormick
Efficient dispersion of crude oil by food-grade surfactants: Toward greener oil-spill treatments.
Marine Pollution Bulletin, 101, 92 (2015)
126. K. R. Pandit, I. A. Nanayakkara, W. Cao, S. R. Raghavan and I. M. White
Capture and direct amplification of DNA on chitosan particles in a single PCR-optimal solution.
Analytical Chemistry, 87, 11022 (2015)
125. M. S. Wiederoder, L. Peterken, A. X. Lu, O. D. Rahmanian, S. R. Raghavan and D. L. DeVoe
Optical detection enhancement in microfluidic elements using refractive index matching fluids.
Analyst, 140, 5724 (2015)
124. J. S. Arora, T. Ponnusamy, R. Zheng, P. Venkataraman, S. R. Raghavan, D. Blake and V. T. John
Spatially directed vesicle capture in the ordered pores of breath-figure polymer films.
Soft Matter, 11, 5188 (2015)
123. M. B. Dowling, I. C. MacIntire, J. White, M. Narayan, M. Duggan, D. R. King and S. R. Raghavan
Sprayable foams based on an amphiphilic biopolymer for hemorrhage control without compression.
ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering , 1, 440 (2015)
122. H. Oh, N. Yaraghi and S. R. Raghavan
Gelation of oil upon contact with water: A bioinspired scheme for the self-repair of oil leaks.
Langmuir, 31, 5259 (2015)
121. G. Peters, L. Skala, T. Plank, H. Oh, A. Marsh, S. Brown, S. R. Raghavan and J. T. Davis
G4-quartet.M+ borate hydrogels.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 137, 5819 (2015)
120. K. Q. Jiang, A. X. Lu, P. Dimitrakopoulos, D. L. DeVoe and S. R. Raghavan
Microfluidic generation of uniform water droplets using gas as the continuous phase.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 448, 275 (2015)
119. K. R. Pandit, P. E. Rueger, R. V. Calabrese, S. R. Raghavan and I. M. White
Assessment of surfactants for efficient droplet PCR in mineral oil using the pendant drop technique.
Colloids and Surfaces B, 126, 489 (2015)
118. M. B. Dowling, W. Smith, M. Duggan, I. MacIntire, E. Harris, S. R. Raghavan and D. R. King
Hydrophobically-modified chitosan foam: Description and hemostatic efficacy.
Journal of Surgical Research, 193, 316 (2015)

2014

117. R. Zheng, J. Arora, B. Boonkaew, S. R. Raghavan, D. L. Kaplan, J. He, N. Pesika and V. T. John
Liposomes tethered to a biopolymer film create a highly effective lubricating surface.
Soft Matter, 10, 9226 (2014)
116. Z. Wei, Z. Jia, J. C. Athas, C. Wang, S. R. Raghavan, T. Li and Z. H. Nie
Hybrid hydrogel sheets that undergo pre-programmed shape transformations.
Soft Matter, 10, 8157 (2014)
115. C.-Y. Cheng, H. Oh, T.-Y. Wang, S. R. Raghavan and S.-H. Tung
Mixtures of lecithin and bile salt can form highly viscous wormlike micellar solutions in water.
Langmuir, 30, 10221 (2014)
114. N. A. Burns, M. A. Naclerio, A. Shojaei, S. R. Raghavan and S. A. Khan
Nanodiamond gels in nonpolar media: Colloidal and rheological properties.
Journal of Rheology, 58, 1599 (2014)
113. J. C. Athas, K. Jun, C. McCafferty, O. Owoseni, V. T. John and S. R. Raghavan
An effective dispersant for oil spills based on food-grade amphiphiles.
Langmuir, 30, 9285 (2014)
112. Y-C. Kuo, C-W. Hung, R. P. Gullapalli, S. Xu, J. Zhuo, S. R. Raghavan and W. D. D’Souza
Liposomal nanoprobes that combine anti-EGFR antibodies and MRI contrast agents.
RSC Advances, 2, 33756 (2014)
111. B. H. Cipriano, S. J. Banik, R. Sharma, D. Rumore, W. Hwang, R. M. Briber and S. R. Raghavan
Superabsorbent hydrogels that are robust and highly stretchable.
Macromolecules, 47, 4445 (2014)
110. A. K. Higham, C. A. Bonino, S. R. Raghavan and S. A. Khan
Photo-activated ionic gelation of alginate: Real-time monitoring of the crosslinking mechanism.
Soft Matter, 10, 4990 (2014)
109. V. Javvaji, M. B. Dowling, H. Oh, I. M. White and S. R. Raghavan
Reversible gelation of cells using self-assembling biopolymers: Towards self-assembly of tissue.
Biomaterials Sceince, 2, 1016 (2014)
108. K. K. Diehn, H. Oh, R. Hashemipour, R. G. Weiss and S. R. Raghavan
Insights into organogelation and its kinetics from Hansen solubility parameters.
Soft Matter, 10, 2632 (2014)
107. Y. Liu, B. Zhang, V. Javvaji, E. Kim, M. E. Lee, S. R. Raghavan, Q. Wang and G. F. Payne
Tyrosinase-mediated grafting and crosslinking of phenols confers functional properties to chitosan.
Biochemical Engineering Journal, 89, 21 (2014)

2013

106. Y. Chen, V. Javvaji, I. C. MacIntire and S. R. Raghavan
Gelation of vesicles and nanoparticles using water-soluble hydrophobically modified chitosan.
Langmuir, 29, 13624 (2013)
105. H. Oh, V. Javvaji, N. A. Yaraghi, L. Abezgauz, D. Danino and S. R. Raghavan
Light-induced transformation of vesicles to micelles and vesicle-gels to sols.
Soft Matter, 9, 11576 (2013)
104. A. X. Lu, K. Q. Jiang, D. L. DeVoe and S. R. Raghavan
Microfluidic assembly of Janus-like dimer capsules.
Langmuir, 29, 13624 (2013)
103. C. Arya, J. Kralj, K. Jiang, M. Munson, T. Forbes, D. L. DeVoe, S. R. Raghavan and S. P. Forry
Capturing rare cells from blood using a packed bed of custom-synthesized chitosan microparticles.
Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 1, 4313 (2013)
102. N. Yan, Z. Xu, K. K. Diehn, S. R. Raghavan, Y. Fang and R. G. Weiss
How do liquid mixtures solubilize insoluble gelators?
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 135, 8989 (2013)
101. M. B. Dowling, A. S. Bagal and S. R. Raghavan
Self-destructing “mothership” capsules for timed release of encapsulated contents.
Langmuir, 29, 7993 (2013)
100. P. Venkataraman, J. Tang, J. He, S. R. Raghavan, V. Kolesnichenko, A. Bose and V. T. John
Attachment of a hydrophobically modified biopolymer to oil droplets in the treatment of oil spills.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 5, 3572 (2013)
99. H. Oh, A. M. Ketner, R. Heymann, E. Kesselman, D. Danino, D. Falvey and S. R. Raghavan
A simple route to fluids with photo-switchable viscosities based on vesicle-micelle transitions.
Soft Matter, 9, 5025 (2013)
98. N. Yan, Z. Xu, K. K. Diehn, S. R. Raghavan, Y. Fang and R. G. Weiss
Pyrenyl-linker-glucono gelators. Correlations of gel properties with gelator structures.
Langmuir, 29, 793 (2013)
97. V. R. Basrur, J. Guo, C. S. Wang and S. R. Raghavan
Synergistic gelation of nanoparticles and molecules to yield conductive free-standing electrolytes.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 5, 262 (2013)
96. H. Shi, W. Ge, H. Oh, S. Pattison, J. Huggins, Y. Talmon, D. Hart, S. R. Raghavan and J. L. Zakin
Photoreversible micellar solutions as smart drag-reducing fluids for district heating/cooling systems.
Langmuir, 29, 102 (2013)
95. H-Y. Lee, K. Hashizaki, K. K. Diehn and S. R. Raghavan
Reverse self-assembly of lipid onions induced by gadolinium and calcium ions.
Soft Matter, 9, 200 (2013)
94. A. Gupta, J. Terrell, R. Fernandes, M. B. Dowling, G. F. Payne, S. R. Raghavan and W. E. Bentley
Encapsulated protein confers “sense and respond” activity to capsules to control quorum sensing.
Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 110, 552 (2013)

2012

93. K. Q. Jiang, A. Sposito, J. Liu, S. R. Raghavan and D. L. DeVoe
Microfluidic synthesis of macroporous polymer immunobeads.
Polymer, 53, 5469 (2012)
92. J. H. Lee, H. Oh, U. Baxa, S. R. Raghavan and R. Blumenthal
Biopolymer-connected liposome networks as injectable materials capable of sustained drug delivery.
Biomacromolecules, 13, 3388 (2012)
91. Y. Liu, V. Javvaji, S. R. Raghavan, W. E. Bentley and G. F. Payne
Glucose oxidase mediated gelation: A simple test to detect glucose in food products.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 60, 8963 (2012)
90. O. A. Ogunsola, M. E. Kraeling, S. Zhong, D. J. Pochan, R. L. Bronaugh and S. R. Raghavan
Structural analysis of “flexible” liposomes: New insights into their skin-penetrating ability.
Soft Matter, 8, 10226 (2012)
89. H-Y. Lee, H. Oh, J. H. Lee and S. R. Raghavan
Shedding light on helical tubules: Real-time observations of tubule self-assembly by light microscopy.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 134, 14375 (2012)
88. S. J. Banik, N. J. Fernandes, P. C. Thomas and S. R. Raghavan
A new approach for creating polymer hydrogels with regions of distinct properties.
Macromolecules, 45, 5712 (2012)
87. S. R. Raghavan and J. F. Douglas
The conundrum of gel formation by nanofibers, micelles, and proteins: Gelation without cross-links?
Soft Matter, 8, 8539 (2012)
86. P. Sahoo, R. Sankolli, H. Y. Lee, S. R. Raghavan and P. Dastidar
Gel sculpture: Moldable, load-bearing and self-healing supramolecular gel. (Cover)
Chemistry: A European Journal, 18, 8057 (2012)
85. Y. Liu, J. L. Terrell, V. Javvaji, S. R. Raghavan, G. W. Rubloff, W. E. Bentley and G. F. Payne
Biofabricating multi-functional soft matter with enzymes and stimuli-responsive materials.
Advanced Functional Materials, 22, 3004 (2012)
84. G. P. DeCastro, M. B. Dowling, S. R. Raghavan, J. R. Hess, T. M. Scalea and G. V. Bochicchio
Efficacy of novel modified chitosan sponge dressing in a lethal arterial injury model in swine.
Journal of Trauma, 72, 899 (2012)
83. K. Sun, H. Oh, J. F. Emerson and S. R. Raghavan
A new method for centrifugal separation of blood components using a UV-curable gel. (Cover)
Journal of Materials Chemistry, 22, 2378 (2012)
82. K. Jiang, P. C. Thomas, S. P. Forry, D. L. DeVoe and S. R. Raghavan
Microfluidic synthesis of monodisperse PDMS microbeads as discrete oxygen sensors.
Soft Matter, 8, 923 (2012)

2011

81. P. C. Thomas, S. R. Raghavan and S. P. Forry
Regulating oxygen levels in a microfluidic device.
Analytical Chemistry, 83, 8821 (2011)
80. V. Javvaji, A. G. Baradwaj, G. F. Payne and S. R. Raghavan
Light-activated ionic gelation of common biopolymers. (Cover)
Langmuir, 27, 12591 (2011)
79. P. C. Thomas, B. H. Cipriano and S. R. Raghavan
Nanoparticle-crosslinked hydrogels as a class of efficient materials for separation and ion exchange.
Soft Matter, 7, 8192 (2011)
78. H. Y. Lee, K. K. Diehn, K. Sun, T. Chen and S. R. Raghavan
Reversible photorheological fluids based on spiropyran-doped reverse micelles.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 133, 8461 (2011)
77. K. Q. Jiang, C. Xue, C. Arya, C. Shao, E. O. George, D. L. DeVoe and S. R. Raghavan
A new approach to micro-manufacturing: Microfluidic magnetic/fluorescent chains. (Frontispiece)
Small, 7, 2470 (2011)
76. H. Shi, Y. Wang, B. Fang, Y. Talmon, D. J. Hart, S. R. Raghavan and J. L. Zakin
Light-responsive wormlike micelles as drag reducing fluids with enhanced heat-transfer capabilities.
Langmuir, 27, 5806 (2011)
75. J. E. St.Dennis, N. S. Pesika, V. T. John, M. B. Dowling and S. R. Raghavan
Carbon microspheres as network nodes in a novel biocompatible gel.
Soft Matter, 7, 4170 (2011)
74. M. B. Dowling, R. Kumar, M. A. Keibler, J. R. Hess, G. V. Bochicchio and S. R. Raghavan
A self-assembling hydrophobically modified chitosan capable of reversible hemostatic action.
Biomaterials, 32, 3351 (2011)
73. L. Ziserman, H.-Y. Lee, S. R. Raghavan, A. Mor, and D. Danino
Unraveling the mechanism of nanotube formation by chiral self-assembly of amphiphiles. (Cover)
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 133, 2511 (2011)
72. H. Y. Lee, K. R. Tiwari and S. R. Raghavan
Biopolymer capsules with polydiacetylenic vesicles as colorimetric sensors of pH and temperature.
Soft Matter, 7, 3273 (2011)
71. M. B. Dowling, V. Javvaji, G. F. Payne and S. R. Raghavan
Vesicle capture on patterned surfaces coated with amphiphilic biopolymers.
Soft Matter, 7, 1219 (2011)
70. P. Sahoo, D. Krishna Kumar, S. R. Raghavan and P. Dastidar
Supramolecular synthons in designing low molecular mass gelling agents. (Cover)
Chemistry: An Asian Journal, 6, 1038 (2011)

2010

69. J. B. Borak, H-Y. Lee, S. R. Raghavan and D. E. Falvey
Application of PET deprotection for orthogonal photocontrol of aqueous solution viscosity.
Chemical Communications, 46, 8983 (2010)
68. H-Y. Lee, K. K. Diehn, S. W. Ko, S-H. Tung and S. R. Raghavan
Can simple salts influence self-assembly in oil? Multivalent cations as gelators of lecithin organosols.
Langmuir, 26, 13831 (2010)
67. S. R. Jadhav, P. K. Vemula, R. Kumar, S. R. Raghavan and G. John
Sugar derived phase-selective molecular gelators as model solidifiers for oil spills. (Cover)
Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 49, 7695 (2010)
66. C. Ropp, R. Probst, Z. Cummins, R. Kumar, A. J. Berglund, S. R. Raghavan, E. Waks and B. Shapiro
Manipulating quantum dots to nanometer precision by control of flow.
Nano Letters, 10, 2525 (2010)
65. J. S. Hong, S. M. Stavis, S. H. D. Lacerda, L. E. Locascio, S. R. Raghavan and M. Gaitan
Microfluidic directed self-assembly of liposome-hydrogel hybrid nanoparticles.
Langmuir, 26, 11581 (2010)
64. K. Sun and S. R. Raghavan
Thermogelling fluids containing low concentrations of Pluronic F127 and laponite nanoparticles.
Langmuir, 26, 8015 (2010)
63. R. Kumar, A. M. Ketner and S. R. Raghavan
Non-aqueous photorheological fluids based on light-responsive reverse wormlike micelles.
Langmuir, 26, 5405 (2010)
62. R. Kumar and S. R. Raghavan
Thermo-thickening in solutions of telechelic associating polymers and cyclodextrins.
Langmuir, 26, 56 (2010)

2009

61. P. C. Thomas, M. Halter, A. Tona, S. R. Raghavan, A. L. Plant and S. Forry
A non-invasive thin-film sensor for monitoring oxygen tension during in vitro cell culture.
Analytical Chemistry, 81, 9239 (2009)
60. L. Ziserman, L. Abezgauz, O. Ramon, S. R. Raghavan and D. Danino
Origins of the viscosity peak in wormlike micellar solutions based on catanionics: A cryo-TEM study.
Langmuir, 25, 10483 (2009)
59. W-C. Lai, S-C. Tseng, S-H. Tung, Y. E. Huang and S. R. Raghavan
Nanostructured polymers using a self-assembled nanofibrillar scaffold as a reverse template.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 113, 8026 (2009)
58. K. Sun, R. Kumar, D. E. Falvey and S. R. Raghavan
Photogelling colloidal dispersions based on light-activated assembly of nanoparticles.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 131, 7135 (2009)
57. P. Sahoo, N. N. Adarsh, G. E. Chacko, S. R. Raghavan, V. G. Puranik and P. Dastidar
A combinatorial library of primaryalkylammonium dicarboxylate gelators: A synthon approach.
Langmuir, 25, 8742 (2009)
56. M. B. Dowling, J. H. Lee and S. R. Raghavan
pH-responsive Jello: Gelatin gels containing fatty acid vesicles.
Langmuir, 25, 8519 (2009)
55. B. H. Cipriano, T. Kashiwagi, X. Zhang and S. R. Raghavan
A simple method to improve the clarity and rheological properties of polymer/clay nanocomposites.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 1, 130 (2009)
54. J. H. Lee, D. Danino and S. R. Raghavan
Polymerizable vesicles based on a single-tailed fatty acid: A simple route to robust nano-containers.
Langmuir, 25, 1566 (2009)
53. B. D. Frounfelker, G. C. Kalur, B. H. Cipriano, D. Danino and S. R. Raghavan
Persistence of birefringence in sheared solutions of wormlike micelles.
Langmuir, 25, 167 (2009)
52. R. Kumar and S. R. Raghavan
Photogelling fluids based on light-activated growth of zwitterionic wormlike micelles.
Soft Matter, 5, 797 (2009)

2008

51. B. H. Cipriano, A. K. Kota, C. J. Laskowski, D. I. Bigio, T. Kashiwagi, H. A. Bruck and S. R. Raghavan
Conductivity enhancement of carbon nanotube and nanofiber-based nanocomposites by annealing.
Polymer, 49, 4846 (2008)
50. T. Kashiwagi, M. Wu, K. Winey, B. H. Cipriano, S. R. Raghavan, J. F. Douglas et al.
Relation between the viscoelastic and flammability properties of polymer nanocomposites.
Polymer, 49, 4358 (2008)
49. S. Talwar, L. Scanu, S. R. Raghavan and S. A. Khan
Influence of binary surfactant mixtures on the rheology of associative polymer solutions.
Langmuir, 24, 7797 (2008)
48. S-H. Tung and S. R. Raghavan
Strain-stiffening response in transient networks formed by reverse wormlike micelles.
Langmuir, 24, 8405 (2008)
47. S.-H. Tung, H.-Y. Lee and S. R. Raghavan
A facile route for creating reverse vesicles: Insights into reverse self-assembly in organic liquids.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 130, 8813 (2008)
46. S-H. Tung, Y-E. Huang and S. R. Raghavan
Self-assembled organogels obtained by adding minute conc. of a bile salt to AOT reverse micelles.
Soft Matter, 4, 1086 (2008)
45. J. S. Hong, W. N. Vreeland, S. H. D. Lacerda, L. Locascio, M. Gaitan and S. R. Raghavan
Liposome-templated supramolecular assembly of responsive alginate nanogels.
Langmuir, 24, 4092 (2008)

2007

44. A. K. Kota, B. H. Cipriano, D. Powell, S. R. Raghavan and H. A. Bruck
Quantitative characterization of an interpenetrating phase composite in PS via MWNT percolation.
Nanotechnology, 18, 505705 (2007)
43. R. Kumar, G. C. Kalur, L. Ziserman, D. Danino and S. R. Raghavan
Wormlike micelles of a C22-tailed zwitterionic surfactant: From viscoelastic solutions to elastic gels.
Langmuir, 23, 12849 (2007)
42. B. H. Cipriano, T. Kashiwagi, S. R. Raghavan, Y. Yang, E. A. Grulke, J. R. Shields, J. F. Douglas
Effects of aspect ratio of MWNTs on flammability properties of polymer nanocomposites.
Polymer, 48, 6086 (2007)
41. A. K. Kota, B. H. Cipriano, A. L. Gershon, D. Powell, D. I. Bigio, S. R. Raghavan and H. A. Bruck
Electrical and rheological percolation in polystyrene/MWCNT composites.
Macromolecules, 40, 7400 (2007)
40. E. J. Danoff, X. Wang, S.-H. Tung, N. A. Sinkov, S. R. Raghavan and D. S. English
Surfactant vesicles for high-efficiency capture and separation of charged organic solutes.
Langmuir, 23, 8965 (2007)
39. A. M. Ketner, R. Kumar, T. S. Davies, P. W. Elder and S. R. Raghavan
A simple class of photorheological fluids: Surfactant solutions with viscosity tunable by light.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 129, 1553 (2007)
38. S.-H. Tung, Y.-E. Huang and S. R. Raghavan
Contrasting effects of temperature on the rheology of normal and reverse wormlike micelles.
Langmuir, 23, 372 (2007)
37. G. F. Payne and S. R. Raghavan
Chitosan: A soft interconnect for hierarchical assembly of nanoscale components. (Cover)
Soft Matter, 2, 521 (2007)
36. C. Zhu, L-Q. Wu, X. Wang, J. H. Lee, D. S. English, R. Ghodssi, S. R. Raghavan and G. F. Payne
Reversible vesicle restraint in response to spatiotemporally-controlled electrical signals.
Langmuir, 23, 286 (2007)

2006

35. X. Huang, S. R. Raghavan, P. Terech and R. G. Weiss
Distinct kinetic pathways generate organogel networks with contrasting fractality and thixotropy.
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128, 15341 (2006)
34. X. Wang, E. Danoff, N. Sinkov, J. H. Lee, S. R. Raghavan and D. S. English
Highly efficient capture and long-term encapsulation of dye by catanionic surfactant vesicles.
Langmuir 22, 6461 (2006)
33. T. S. Davies, A. M. Ketner and S. R. Raghavan
Self-assembly of surfactant vesicles that transform into viscoelastic wormlike micelles upon heating.
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128, 6669 (2006)
32. S.-H. Tung, Y.-E. Huang and S. R. Raghavan
A new reverse wormlike micellar system: Mixtures of bile salt and lecithin in organic liquids.
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128, 5751 (2006)
31. D. R. Strachan, G. C. Kalur and S. R. Raghavan
Size-dependent diffusion in an aging colloidal glass.
Physical Review E 73, 041509 (2006)
30. C. Zhu, J. H. Lee, S. R. Raghavan and G. F. Payne
Bio-inspired vesicle restraint and mobilization using a biopolymer scaffold.
Langmuir 22, 2951 (2006)
29. P. Elkouss, D. I. Bigio, M. D. Wetzel and S. R. Raghavan
Influence of polymer viscoelasticity on the residence distributions of extruders.
AIChE Journal 52, 1451 (2006)
28. J. H. Lee, V. Agarwal, A. Bose, G. F. Payne and S. R. Raghavan
Transition from unilamellar to bilamellar vesicles induced by an amphiphiic biopolymer.
Physical Review Letters 96, 048102 (2006)

2005

27. G. C. Kalur, B. D. Frounfelker, B. H. Cipriano, A. I. Norman and S. R. Raghavan
Viscosity increase with temperature in surfactant solutions due to the growth of wormy micelles.
Langmuir 21, 10998 (2005)
26. A. F. Kostko, B. H. Cipriano, O. Pinchuk, L. Ziserman, M. A. Anisimov, D. Danino and S. R.Raghavan
Salt effects on the phase behavior, structure, and rheology of chromonic liquid crystals.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109, 19126 (2005)
25. B. H. Cipriano, S. R. Raghavan and P. M. McGuiggan
Surface tension and contact angle measurements of an imidazolium surfactant adsorbed on clay.
Colloids and Surfaces A 262, 8 (2005)
24. P. A. Hassan, K. Bhattacharya, S. K. Kulshreshtha and S. R. Raghavan
Microrheology of wormlike micellar fluids from the diffusion of colloidal probes.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109, 8744 (2005)
23. G. C. Kalur and S. R. Raghavan
Anionic wormlike micellar fluids that display cloud points: Rheology and phase behavior.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109, 8599 (2005)
22. X. Huang, P. Terech, S. R. Raghavan and R. G. Weiss
Kinetics and structure of carbamate/n-alkane organogels and their fibrillar networks.
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127, 4336 (2005)
21. J. H. Lee, J. P. Gustin, T. Chen, G. F. Payne and S. R. Raghavan
Vesicle-biopolymer gels: Networks of surfactant vesicles connected by associating biopolymers.
Langmuir 21, 26 (2005)

2004

20. T. Kashiwagi, R. H. Harris, X. Zhang, R. M. Briber, B. H. Cipriano, S. R. Raghavan and J. R. Shields
Flame retardant mechanism of polyamide 6 – clay nanocomposites.
Polymer 45, 88 (2004)
19. C. M. Aberg, T. Chen, A. Olumide, S. R. Raghavan and G. F. Payne
Enzymatic grafting of peptides to a polysaccharide. Potential for valued products from food wastes.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 52, 788 (2004)

PUBLICATIONS IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS (FROM U. DELAWARE WORK) (POSTDOC)

18.
B. A. Schubert, N. J. Wagner, E. W. Kaler and S. R. Raghavan
Shear-induced phase separation in solutions of wormlike micelles.
Langmuir 20, 3564 (2004)
17.
H.-P. Hentze, S. R. Raghavan, C. A. McKelvey and E. W. Kaler
Silica hollow spheres by templating of catanionic vesicles.
Langmuir 19, 1069 (2003)
16.
S. R. Raghavan, G. Fritz and E. W. Kaler
Wormy micelles formed by synergistic self-assembly in mixtures of anionic and cationic surfactants.
Langmuir 18, 3797 (2002)
15.
P. A. Hassan, S. R. Raghavan and E. W. Kaler
Microstructural changes in SDS micelles induced by hydrotropic salt.
Langmuir 18, 2543 (2002)
14.
S. R. Raghavan, H. Edlund and E. W. Kaler
Cloud-point phenomena in wormlike micellar systems containing cationic surfactant and salt.
Langmuir 18, 1056 (2002)
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12.
R. D. Koehler, S. R. Raghavan and E. W. Kaler
Microstructure and dynamics of wormlike micelles formed by mixing cationic and anionic surfactants.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B 104, 11035 (2000)

PUBLICATIONS IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS (FROM NCSU WORK) (Ph.D.)

11. B. S. Chiou, S. R. Raghavan and S. A. Khan
Effect of colloidal fillers on the crosslinking of a UV-curable polymer.
Macromolecules 34, 4526 (2001)
10. J. S. Shay, S. R. Raghavan and S. A. Khan
Thermoreversible gelation in aqueous dispersions of colloidal particles bearing grafted PEO chains.
Journal of Rheology, 45, 913 (2001)
9. S. R. Raghavan, H. J. Walls and S. A. Khan
Rheology of silica dispersions in organic liquids: Evidence for solvation forces dictated by H-bonding.
Langmuir 16, 7920 (2000)
8. S. R. Raghavan, J. Hou, G. L. Baker and S. A. Khan
Colloidal interactions between particles with tethered non-polar chains dispersed in polar media.
Langmuir 18, 2543 (2000)
7. T. A. Walker, S. R. Raghavan, J. R. Royer, G. W. Wignall, S. A. Khan, R. J. Spontak
Enhanced miscibility of low molecular-weight polystyrene/polyisoprene blends in supercritical CO2.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 103, 5472 (1999)
6. R. J. English, S. R. Raghavan, R. D. Jenkins and S. A. Khan
Associative polymers bearing n-alkyl hydrophobes: Rheological evidence for microgel-like behavior.
Journal of Rheology 43, 1175 (1999)
5. J. Fan, S. R. Raghavan, X. Yu, J. Hou, S. A. Khan, G. L. Baker and P. S. Fedkiw
Composite polymer electrolytes using surface-modified fumed silicas: Conductivity and rheology.
Solid State Ionics, 111, 117 (1998)
4. S. R. Raghavan, M. W. Riley, P. S. Fedkiw and S. A. Khan
Composite polymer electrolytes based on PEG and hydrophobic silica: Rheology and structure.
Chemistry of Materials, 10, 244 (1998)
3. S. R. Raghavan and S. A. Khan
Shear-thickening response of fumed silica suspensions under steady and oscillatory shear.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 185, 57 (1997)
2. S. R. Raghavan, L. A. Chen, C. McDowell and S. A. Khan
Rheological study of crosslinking and gelation in chlorobutyl elastomer systems.
Polymer, 37, 5869 (1996)
1. S. R. Raghavan and S. A. Khan
Shear-induced microstructural changes in flocculated suspensions of fumed silica.
Journal of Rheology 39, 1311 (1995)

BOOK CHAPTERS AND REVIEWS

5. G. F. Payne, E. Kim, H. Wu, R. Ghodssi, G. Rubloff, S. R. Raghavan, J. N. Culver, W. E. Bentley
Accessing biology’s toolbox for the mesoscale biofabrication of soft matter.
Soft Matter, 9, 6019 (2013)
4. D. J. Durian and S. R. Raghavan
Making a frothy shampoo or beer.
Physics Today, 53, 62 (2010)
3. S. R. Raghavan
The distinct character of surfactant gels: A smooth progression from micelles to fibrillar networks.
Langmuir, 25, 8382 (2009)
2. S. R. Raghavan and B. H. Cipriano
Gel formation: Phase diagrams using tabletop rheology and calorimetry.
in Molecular Gels, edited by R. G. Weiss and P. Terech, Springer, Amsterdam, p.233 (2005)
1. S. A. Khan, J. R. Royer and S. R. Raghavan
Rheology: Tools and Methods.
in Aviation Fuels with Improved Fire Safety, Nat. Acad Press, Washington DC, p.31 (1997)


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