6. 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)
5. 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)
4. 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)
3. 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)
2. 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)
1 . 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)


4. 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)
3. 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)
2. 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)
1. 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)


4. K. Sun and S. R. Raghavan
Thermogelling fluids containing low concentrations of Pluronic F127 and laponite nanoparticles.
Langmuir, 26, 8015 (2010)
3. K. Sun, R. Kumar and S. R. Raghavan
Photogelling colloidal dispersions based on light-activated assembly of nanoparticles.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 131, 7135 (2009)
2. 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)
1. 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)


4. 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)
3. 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)
2. 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)
1. 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)

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