Eli Ruckenstein

PhD

Eli Ruckenstein

PhD

Eli Ruckenstein

PhD

Research Topics

Catalysis; surface phenomena; colliods and emulsions; bicompatible surfaces and materials

Contact Information

504 Furnas Hall

Buffalo NY, 14260

Phone: (716) 645-1179

Fax: (716) 645-3822

FEAELIRU@buffal.edu

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  • R. Asatryan, H. Bennadji, J.W. Bozzelli, E. Ruckenstein, L. Khachatryan, “Molecular Products and Fundamentally Based Reaction Pathways in the Gas-Phase Pyrolysis of the Lignin Model Compound p-Coumaryl Alcohol”, J. Phys. Chem. A 121, 3352-3371 (2017). link PDF
  • R. Asatryan, E. Ruckenstein, J. Hachmann, “Revisiting the polytopal rearrangements in penta-coordinate d(7)-metallocomplexes: modified Berry pseudorotation, octahedral switch, and butterfly isomerization”, Chem. Sci. 8, 5512-5525 (2017). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Self-Consistent Determination of the Ice-Air Interfacial Tension and Ice-Water-Air Line Tension from Experiments on the Freezing of Water Droplets”, J. Phys. Chem. C 121, 16432-16439 (2017). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Dependence of homogeneous crystal nucleation in water droplets on their radii and its implication for modeling the formation of ice particles in cirrus clouds”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 19, 20075-20081 (2017). link
  • M. Manciu, F. S. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “On the surface tension and Zeta potential of electrolyte solutions”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 244, 90-99 (2017). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Free energy of formation of a crystal nucleus in incongruent solidification: Implication for modeling the crystallization of aqueous nitric acid droplets in polar stratospheric clouds”, J. Chem. Phys. 146, 134709 (2017). link
  • G. O. Berim, L. I. Brim, E. Ruckenstein, “Mobile Monomers and Dimers in Precipitation Kinetics: a Microscopic Approach”, J. Phys. Chem. B 121, 854-862 (2017). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Determination of the Solid-Vapor Interfacial Tension of Nitric Acid Dihydrate Crystals via Experiments on the Freezing of Aqueous Nitric Acid Droplets”, J. Phys. Chem. C 120, 28031-28037 (2016). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Controlling Nanorod Oligomer Aggregation in Solutions”, J. Phys. Chem. C 120, 16913-16918 (2016). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Recent developments in the theoretical, simulational, and experimental studies of the role of water hydrogen bonding in hydrophobic phenomena”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 235, 23-45 (2016). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Calculation of nanodrop profile from fluid density distribution”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 231, 15-22 (2016). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Fluid transition layer between rigid solute and liquid solvent: is there depletion or enrichment?”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 18, 7888-7902 (2016). link
  • M. Manciu, F. S. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Ion-specific effects on surface potential and surface tension of water solutions explained via volume exclusion effects”, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 494, 156-161 (2016). link
  • R. Asatryan, E. Ruckenstein, “Effect of "Reducible" Titania Promotion on the Mechanism of H-Migration in Pd/SiO2 Clusters”, Catal. Lett. 146, 398-423 (2016). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “A nanodrop on the surface of a lubricating liquid covering a rough solid surface”, Nanoscale 7, 15701-15710 (2015). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Hydrated Ions: From Individual Ions to Ion Pairs to Ion Clusters”, J. Phys. Chem. B 119, 12671-12676 (2015). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Effect of Water Hydrogen Bonding on the Solvent-Mediated "Oscillatory" Repulsion of C-60 Fullerenes in Water”, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 6, 1761-1766 (2015). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Nanodrop on a smooth solid surface with hidden roughness. Density functional theory considerations”, Nanoscale 7, 7873-7884 (2015). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Temperature dependence of the evaporation lengthscale for water confined between two hydrophobic plates”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 449, 226-235 (2015). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, G. O. Berim, G. Narsimhan, “A novel approach to the theory of homogeneous and heterogeneous nucleation”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 215, 13-27 (2015). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Contact angle of a nanodrop on a nanorough solid surface”, Nanoscale 7, 3088-3099 (2015). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Thermodynamics of Water Condensation on a Primary Marine Aerosol Coated by Surfactant Organic Molecules”, J. Phys. Chem. A 118, 9879-9889 (2014). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. H. Huang, “Specific ion effects on double layer forces through ion hydration”, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 459, 151-156 (2014). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Nanomembrane Containing a Nanopore in an Electrolyte Solution: A Molecular Dynamics Approach”, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 5, 2979-2982 (2014). link
  • R. Asatryan, E. Ruckenstein, “Dihydrogen Catalysis: A Remarkable Avenue in the Reactivity of Molecular Hydrogen”, Catal. Rev.-Sci. Eng. 56, 403-475 (2014). link PDF
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “The solvent-induced interaction of spherical solutes in associated and non-associated liquids”, J. Chem. Phys. 141, 034705 (2014). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Micellar Structures in Nanoparticle-Multiblock Copolymer Complexes”, Langmuir 30, 3723-3728 (2014). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Temperature effect on the small-to-large crossover lengthscale of hydrophobic hydration”, J. Chem. Phys. 139, 184709 (2013). link
  • H. H. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, “Repulsive force between two microparticles decorated with highly charged nanoparticles”, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 436, 862-867 (2013). link
  • R. Asatryan, E. Ruckenstein, “Mechanism of Iron Carbonyl-Catalyzed Hydrogenation of Ethylene. 1. Theoretical Exploration of Molecular Pathways”, J. Phys. Chem. A 117, 10912-10932 (2013). link PDF
  • H. H. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, “Effect of Hydration of Ions on Double-Layer Repulsion and the Hofmeister Series”, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 4, 3725-3727 (2013). link
  • M. Manciu, C. Bosse, E. Ruckenstein, “Size-Dependent Transitions in Grafted Polymer Brushes”, J. Phys. Chem. B 117, 9532-9539 (2013). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Probabilistic Approach to the Length-Scale Dependence of the Effect of Water Hydrogen Bonding on Hydrophobic Hydration”, J. Phys. Chem. B 117, 7015-7025 (2013). link
  • H. H. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, “Decoration of Microparticles by Highly Charged Nanoparticles”, J. Phys. Chem. B 117, 6318-6322 (2013). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Formation and Degradation of Multicomponent Multicore Micelles: Insights from Dissipative Particle Dynamics Simulations”, Langmuir 29, 5428-5434 (2013). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Nanodispersions of bubbles and oil drops in water”, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 423, 112-114 (2013). link
  • D. G. Huang, X. Zhang, T. W. Liu, C. Huang, B. H. Chen, C. W. Luo, E. Ruckenstein, Z. S. Chao, “Synthesis of High-Performanced Titanium Silicalite-1 Zeolite at Very Low Usage of Tetrapropyl Ammonium Hydroxide”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 52, 3762-3772 (2013). link
  • H. H. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, “The Bridging Force between Colloidal Particles in a Polyelectrolyte Solution”, Langmuir 28, 16300-16305 (2012). link
  • Q. Liu, H. He, H. Y. Zhang, L. Stanciu, Z. S. Chao, J. Xie, E. Ruckenstein, “Synthesis of mesoporous chromium phosphates via solid-state reaction at low temperature (vol 36, pg 139, 2012)”, New J. Chem. 36, 2648-2648 (2012).
  • R. Asatryan, J. W. Bozzelli, E. Ruckenstein, “Dihydrogen Catalysis: A Degradation Mechanism for N2-Fixation Intermediates”, J. Phys. Chem. A 116, 11618-11642 (2012). link PDF
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Superspreading: A possible mechanism”, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 412, 36-37 (2012). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Formation of complex colloidal particles: morphologies and mechanisms”, Soft Matter 8, 8911-8916 (2012). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Adsorption Isoterms and Capillary Condensation in a Nanoslit with Rough Walls: A Density Functional Theory”, Langmuir 28, 11384-11390 (2012). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Ions near the air/water interface. II: Is the water/air interface acidic or basic? Predictions of a simple model”, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 404, 93-100 (2012). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Ions near the air/water interface: I. Compatibility of zeta potential and surface tension experiments”, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 400, 27-35 (2012). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Effect of Water-Water Hydrogen Bonding on the Hydrophobic Hydration of Large-Scale Particles and Its Temperature Dependence”, J. Phys. Chem. B 116, 2820-2830 (2012). link
  • Q. Liu, H. He, Z. S. Chao, J. Xie, E. Ruckenstein, “Synthesis of mesoporous chromium phosphates via solid-state reaction at low temperature”, New J. Chem. 36, 139-147 (2012). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Self-assembly of pi-shaped copolymers”, Soft Matter 8, 1327-1333 (2012). link
  • C. N. Ramachandran, E. Ruckenstein, “Density functional theoretical studies of the isomers of croconic acid and their dimers”, Comput. Theor. Chem. 973, 28-32 (2011). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Aggregation of nanoparticles in a block copolymer bilayer”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 363, 573-578 (2011). link
  • C. N. Ramachandran, E. Ruckenstein, “Encapsulation of the Interstellar Abundant H(3)(+) in a C(60) Fullerene”, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 111, 3695-3700 (2011). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Sorption on Deformable Solids. Density Functional Theory Approach”, J. Phys. Chem. B 115, 13271-13274 (2011). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Loops, tails and trains: A simple model for structural transformations of grafted adsorbing neutral polymer brushes”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 354, 61-69 (2011). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Size dependence of the contact angle of a nanodrop in a nanocavity: Density functional theory considerations”, Phys. Rev. E 83, 021603 (2011). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Kinetic theory of heterogeneous nucleation; effect of nonuniform density in the nuclei”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 355, 259-264 (2011). link
  • C. N. Ramachandran, E. Ruckenstein, “Water clustering in the presence of a CO(2) molecule”, Comput. Theor. Chem. 966, 84-90 (2011). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. S. Djikaev, “Effect of Hydrogen Bonding between Water Molecules on Their Density Distribution near a Hydrophobic Surface”, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2, 1382-1386 (2011). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Nanodrop on a nanorough hydrophilic solid surface: Contact angle dependence on the size, arrangement, and composition of the pillars”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 359, 304-310 (2011). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Nanodrop of an Ising Magnetic Fluid on a Solid Surface”, Langmuir 27, 8753-8760 (2011). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “The variation of the number of hydrogen bonds per water molecule in the vicinity of a hydrophobic surface and its effect on hydrophobic interactions”, Curr. Opin. Colloid Interface Sci. 16, 272-284 (2011). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Slip velocity during the flow of a liquid over a solid surface”, Eur. Phys. J.-Spec. Top. 197, 203-209 (2011). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Discussion Notes: Reply to the comment of Professor Henderson on the paper "Universality in the dependence of the drop contact angle on liquid-solid interactions and temperature obtained by the density functional theory", by GO Berim and E. Ruckenstein”, Eur. Phys. J.-Spec. Top. 197, 183-184 (2011). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Universality in the dependence of the drop contact angle on liquid-solid interactions and temperature obtained by the density functional theory”, Eur. Phys. J.-Spec. Top. 197, 163-178 (2011). link
  • D. L. Sun, S. J. Xie, J. R. Deng, C. J. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, Z. S. Chao, “CH(3)COONa as an effective catalyst for methoxycarbonylation of 1,6-hexanediamine by dimethyl carbonate to dimethylhexane-1,6-dicarbamate”, Green Chem. 12, 483-490 (2010). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, G. O. Berim, “Effect of solute-solute and solute-solvent interactions on the kinetics of nucleation in liquids”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 342, 528-539 (2010). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Relation between molecular orientation and morphology of a multiblock copolymer melt confined in cylindrical nanopores”, Polymer 51, 968-974 (2010). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “A probabilistic approach to the effect of water hydrogen bonds on the kinetics of protein folding and protein denaturation”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 154, 77-90 (2010). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, G. O. Berim, “Symmetry breaking in confined fluids”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 154, 56-76 (2010). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Temperature effects on the hydrophobic interaction of parallel plates in the framework of the probabilistic approach to hydrogen bonding”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 343, 510-521 (2010). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, G. O. Berim, “Microscopic description of a drop on a solid surface”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 157, 1-33 (2010). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, G. O. Berim, “Kinetics of heterogeneous nucleation on a rough surface: Nucleation of a liquid phase in nanocavities”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 351, 277-282 (2010). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Structure and particle aggregation in block copolymer-binary nanoparticle composites”, Polymer 51, 5869-5882 (2010). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Dependence of the number of hydrogen bonds per water molecule on its distance to a hydrophobic surface and a thereupon-based model for hydrophobic attraction”, J. Chem. Phys. 133, 194105 (2010). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Temperature effects on the hydrophobic interaction of parallel plates in the framework of the probabilistic approach to hydrogen bonding (vol 343, pg 510, 2010)”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 352, 221-222 (2010). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “The driving force of channel formation in triheteropolymers confined in nanocylindrical tubes”, J. Chem. Phys. 130, 024901 (2009). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Simple expression for the dependence of the nanodrop contact angle on liquid-solid interactions and temperature”, J. Chem. Phys. 130, 044709 (2009). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “First passage time analysis of protein folding via nucleation and of barrierless protein denaturation”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 146, 18-30 (2009). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “A probabilistic approach to the effect of hydrogen bonding on the hydrophobic attraction”, J. Chem. Phys. 130, 124713 (2009). link
  • C. G. Sun, L. Tao, M. L. Fan, C. J. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, Z. S. Chao, “Replication Route Synthesis of Mesoporous Titanium-Cobalt Oxides and Their Photocatalytic Activity in the Degradation of Methyl Orange”, Catal. Lett. 129, 26-38 (2009). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Dependence of the macroscopic contact angle on the liquid-solid interaction parameters and temperature”, J. Chem. Phys. 130, 184712 (2009). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “The role of hydrogen bond networks in the barrierless thermal denaturation of a native protein”, J. Chem. Phys. 131, 045105 (2009). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “The effect of hydrogen bonding on the solvent-mediated interaction of composite plates”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 336, 575-583 (2009). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Contact Angles of Nanodrops on Chemically Rough Surfaces”, Langmuir 25, 9285-9289 (2009). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “The structure of nanochannels formed by block copolymer solutions confined in nanotubes”, J. Chem. Phys. 131, 114904 (2009). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Nanostructures Self-Assembled in Polymer Solutions Confined in Cylindrical Nanopores”, Langmuir 25, 12315-12319 (2009). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Symmetry breaking of the density distribution of a quantum fluid in a nanoslit”, J. Chem. Phys. 131, 184707 (2009). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Homogeneous crystal nucleation in droplets as a method for determining the line tension of a crystal-liquid-vapor contact”, Chem. Eng. Sci. 64, 4498-4503 (2009). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Effect of hydrogen bond networks on the nucleation mechanism of protein folding”, Phys. Rev. E 80, 061918 (2009). link
  • H. Y. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Nanoparticle aggregation in the presence of a block copolymer”, J. Chem. Phys. 131, 244904 (2009). link
  • Y. Djlkaev, E. Ruckenstein, “A kinetic model for the premelting of a crystalline structure”, Physica A 387, 134-144 (2008). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Temperature effects on the nucleation mechanism of protein folding and on the barrierless thermal denaturation of a native protein”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 10, 6281-6300 (2008). link
  • I. L. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Excess around a central molecule with application to binary mixtures”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 10, 1097-1105 (2008). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Hydrogen storage in LiNH2/Li3N material for H-2/CO2 mixture gas as hydrogen source”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 47, 48-50 (2008). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Effect of ionized protein residues on the nucleation pathway of protein folding”, J. Chem. Phys. 128, 025103 (2008). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Two-dimensional symmetry breaking of fluid density distribution in closed nanoslits”, J. Chem. Phys. 128, 024704 (2008). link
  • Y. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Kinetic model for the sublimation of a solid and evaporation of colloidal particles from a solid substrate”, J. Phys. Chem. C 112, 1621-1627 (2008). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Complexes of a blo-molecule and a C-60 cage”, Theochem-J. Mol. Struct. 850, 67-71 (2008). link
  • J. Feng, E. Ruckenstein, “Self-assembling of hydrophobic-hydrophilic copolymers in hydrophobic nanocylindrical tubes: Formation of channels”, J. Chem. Phys. 128, 074903 (2008). link
  • I. L. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Local composition in solvent plus polymer or biopolymer systems”, J. Phys. Chem. B 112, 3005-3012 (2008). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Symmetry breaking in binary mixtures in closed nanoslits”, J. Chem. Phys. 128, 134713 (2008). link
  • I. L. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Reply to "Comment on 'The Kirkwood-Buff Theory of Solutions and the Local Composition of Liquid Mixtures'"”, J. Phys. Chem. B 112, 5876-5877 (2008). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Thermal denaturation of a native protein via spinodal decomposition in the framework of first-passage-time analysis”, Phys. Rev. E 78, 011909 (2008). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Nanodrop on a nanorough solid surface: Density functional theory considerations”, J. Chem. Phys. 129, 014708 (2008). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Microscopic calculation of the sticking force for nanodrops on an inclined surface”, J. Chem. Phys. 129, 114709 (2008). link
  • I. L. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “An Improved Local Composition Expression and Its Implication for Phase Equilibrium Models”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 47, 7877-7880 (2008). link
  • I. L. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Various Contributions to the Osmotic Second Virial Coefficient in Protein-Water-Cosolvent Solutions”, J. Phys. Chem. B 112, 14665-14671 (2008). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Thermodynamics of Heterogeneous Crystal Nucleation in Contact and Immersion Modes”, J. Phys. Chem. A 112, 11677-11687 (2008). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Model for the nucleation mechanism of protein folding”, J. Phys. Chem. B 111, 886-897 (2007). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Fluid density profile transitions and symmetry breaking in a closed nanoslit”, J. Phys. Chem. B 111, 2514-2522 (2007). link
  • J. Feng, E. Ruckenstein, “Self-assembling of ABC linear triblock copolymers in nanocylindrical tubes”, J. Chem. Phys. 126, 124902 (2007). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Symmetry breaking of the fluid density profiles in closed nanoslits”, J. Chem. Phys. 126, 124503 (2007). link
  • I. L. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Local composition in the vicinity of a protein molecule in an aqueous mixed solvent”, J. Phys. Chem. B 111, 3990-3998 (2007). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “On possible microscopic origins of the swelling of neutral lipid bilayers induced by simple salts”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 309, 56-67 (2007). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “A ternary nucleation model for the nucleation pathway of protein folding”, J. Chem. Phys. 126, 175103 (2007). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Tunable delocalization of unpaired electrons of nitroxide radicals for sickle-cell disease drug improvements”, J. Phys. Chem. B 111, 5040-5042 (2007). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. L. Shulgin, L. I. Shulgin, “Cooperativity in ordinary ice and breaking of hydrogen bonds”, J. Phys. Chem. B 111, 7114-7121 (2007). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Steam-reforming product (H-2/CO2 mixture) used as a hydrogen source for hydrogen storage in Li3N”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 46, 5940-5942 (2007). link
  • I. L. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Solubility and local structure around a dilute solute molecule in an aqueous solvent: From gases to biomolecules”, Fluid Phase Equilib. 260, 126-134 (2007). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Effect of fluid-solid interactions on symmetry breaking in closed nanoslits”, J. Phys. Chem. B 111, 12823-12828 (2007). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Clathrate hydrogen hydrate - A promising material for hydrogen storage”, Angew. Chem.-Int. Edit. 45, 2011-2013 (2006). link
  • I. L. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “A protein molecule in a mixed solvent: The preferential binding parameter via the Kirkwood-Buff theory”, Biophys. J. 90, 704-707 (2006). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Hydrogen storage of Li2NH prepared by reacting Li with NH3”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 45, 182-186 (2006). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Nanodroplets on a planar solid surface: Temperature, pressure, and size dependence of their density and contact angles”, Langmuir 22, 1063-1073 (2006). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Microscopic treatment of a barrel drop on fibers and nanofibers (vol 286, pg 681, 2005)”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 295, 593-593 (2006). link
  • J. Feng, E. Ruckenstein, “Self-recognition and aggregation between diblock (charged/neutral) polyelectrolytes by Monte Carlo simulations”, J. Chem. Phys. 124, 124913 (2006). link
  • Y. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Kinetic theory of binary nucleation based on a first passage time analysis”, J. Chem. Phys. 124, 124521 (2006). link
  • H. H. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, “Steric and bridging interactions between two plates induced by grafted polyelectrolytes”, Langmuir 22, 3174-3179 (2006). link
  • I. L. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Preferential hydration and solubility of proteins in aqueous solutions of polyethylene glycol”, Biophys. Chem. 120, 188-198 (2006). link
  • F. J. Hua, F. Erogbogbo, M. T. Swihart, E. Ruckenstein, “Organically capped silicon nanoparticles with blue photoluminescence prepared by hydrosilylation followed by oxidation”, Langmuir 22, 4363-4370 (2006). link
  • H. H. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, “Effect of steric, double-layer, and depletion interactions on the stability of colloids in systems containing a polymer and an electrolyte”, Langmuir 22, 4541-4546 (2006). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “A kinetic approach to the theory of heterogeneous nucleation on soluble particles during the deliquescence stage”, J. Chem. Phys. 124, 194709 (2006). link
  • J. Feng, E. Ruckenstein, “Monte Carlo simulation of interactions between nano-particles”, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 281, 254-260 (2006). link
  • I. L. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “The Kirkwood-Buff theory of solutions and the local composition of liquid mixtures”, J. Phys. Chem. B 110, 12707-12713 (2006). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Ultrafast reaction between Li3N and LiNH2 to prepare the effective hydrogen storage material Li2NH”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 45, 4993-4998 (2006). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Applicability of Dubinin-Astakhov equation to CO2 adsorption on single-walled carbon nanotubes”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 425, 306-310 (2006). link
  • J. Feng, E. Ruckenstein, “Morphologies of AB diblock copolymer melts confined in nanocylindrical tubes”, Macromolecules 39, 4899-4906 (2006). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Nano-structured Li2O from LiOH by electron-irradiation”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 430, 80-83 (2006). link
  • I. L. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Simple computer experiments with ordinary ice”, J. Phys. Chem. B 110, 21381-21385 (2006). link
  • J. Feng, E. Ruckenstein, “Morphology transitions of AB diblock copolymer melts confined in nanocylindrical tubes”, J. Chem. Phys. 125, 164911 (2006). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Fluid in a closed narrow slit”, J. Chem. Phys. 125, 164717 (2006). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. L. Shulgin, “Effect of salts and organic additives on the solubility of proteins in aqueous solutions”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 123, 97-103 (2006). link
  • M. Manciu, O. Calvo, E. Ruckenstein, “Polarization model for poorly-organized interfacial water: Hydration forces between silica surfaces”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 127, 29-42 (2006). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Ions at the air/water interface”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 304, 541-544 (2006). link
  • Y. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “New approach to the kinetics of heterogeneous unary nucleation on liquid aerosols of a binary solution”, J. Chem. Phys. 125, 244707 (2006). link
  • H. H. Huang, M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “On the restabilization of protein-covered latex colloids at high ionic strengths”, Langmuir 21, 94-99 (2005). link
  • F. J. Hua, E. Ruckenstein, “Hyperbranched sulfonated polydiphenylamine as a novel self-doped conducting polymer and its pH response”, Macromolecules 38, 888-898 (2005). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. L. Shulgin, J. L. Tilson, “Treatment of dilute clusters of methanol and water by a initio quantum mechanical calculations”, J. Phys. Chem. A 109, 807-815 (2005). link
  • F. J. Hua, X. W. Yang, B. Gong, E. Ruckenstein, “Preparation of oligoamide-ended poly(ethylene glycol) and hydrogen-bonding-assisted formation of aggregates and nanoscale fibers”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 43, 1119-1128 (2005). link
  • F. J. Hua, E. Ruckenstein, “Preparation of densely grafted poly(aniline-2-sulfonic acid-co-aniline)s as novel water-soluble conducting”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 43, 1090-1099 (2005). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “High reversible hydrogen capacity of LiNH2/Li3N mixtures”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 44, 1510-1513 (2005). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Solubility of hydrophobic organic pollutants in binary and multicomponent aqueous solvents”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 39, 1623-1631 (2005). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Z. F. Li, “Surface modification and functionalization through the self-assembled monolayer and graft polymerization”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 113, 43-63 (2005). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Solubility of drugs in aqueous solutions - Part 5. Thermodynamic consistency test for the solubility data”, Int. J. Pharm. 292, 87-94 (2005). link
  • Y. H. Hu, N. Y. Yu, E. Ruckenstein, “Hydrogen storage in Li3N: Deactivation caused by a high dehydrogenation temperature”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 44, 4304-4309 (2005). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Microscopic treatment of a barrel drop on fibers and nanofibers”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 286, 681-695 (2005). link
  • X. N. Chen, R. Pelton, E. Ruckenstein, “Long-term stability of an ambient self-curable latex based on colloidal dispersions in water of two reactive polymers”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 43, 2598-2605 (2005). link
  • F. J. Hua, M. T. Swihart, E. Ruckenstein, “Efficient surface grafting of luminescent silicon quantum dots by photoinitiated hydrosilylation”, Langmuir 21, 6054-6062 (2005). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Cylindrical droplet on nanofibers: A step toward the clam-shell drop description”, J. Phys. Chem. B 109, 12515-12524 (2005). link
  • I. L. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “A protein molecule in an aqueous mixed solvent: Fluctuation theory outlook”, J. Chem. Phys. 123, 054909 (2005). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Microscopic interpretation of the dependence of the contact angle on roughness”, Langmuir 21, 7743-7751 (2005). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Endohedral chemistry of C-60-based fullerene cages”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127, 11277-11282 (2005). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Density functional theory calculations for endohedral complexes of non-pi C60H60 cage with small guest molecules”, J. Chem. Phys. 123, 144303 (2005). link
  • H. H. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, “Thermodynamically stable dispersions induced by depletion interactions”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 290, 336-342 (2005). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “On the interactions of ions with the air/water interface”, Langmuir 21, 11312-11319 (2005). link
  • I. L. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Relationship between preferential interaction of a protein in an aqueous mixed solvent and its solubility”, Biophys. Chem. 118, 128-134 (2005). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Bond order bond polarizability model for fullerene cages and nanotubes”, J. Chem. Phys. 123, 214708 (2005). link
  • Y. S. Djikaev, E. Ruckenstein, “Kinetic theory of nucleation based on a first passage time analysis: Improvement by the density-functional theory”, J. Chem. Phys. 123, 214503 (2005). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Polarization of water near dipolar surfaces: A simple model for anomalous dielectric behavior”, Langmuir 21, 11749-11756 (2005). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. S. Djikaev, “Recent developments in the kinetic theory of nucleation”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 118, 51-72 (2005). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Kinetics of phase transformation on a Bethe lattice”, J. Chem. Phys. 120, 272-281 (2004). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, W. Guo, “Cellulose and glass fiber affinity membranes for the chromatographic separation of biomolecules”, Biotechnol. Prog. 20, 13-25 (2004). link
  • Z. F. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Grafting of poly(ethylene oxide) to the surface of polyaniline films through a chlorosulfonation method and the biocompatibility of the modified films”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 269, 62-71 (2004). link
  • X. W. Yang, F. J. Hua, K. Yamato, E. Ruckenstein, B. Gong, W. Kim, C. Y. Ryu, “Supramolecular AB diblock copolymers”, Angew. Chem.-Int. Edit. 43, 6471-6474 (2004). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Catalytic conversion of methane to synthesis gas by partial oxidation and CO2 reforming”, Adv. Catal. 48, 297-345 (2004). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Estimation of the available surface and the jamming coverage in the Random Sequential Adsorption of a binary mixture of disks”, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 232, 1-10 (2004). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Pore size distribution of single-walled carbon nanotubes”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 43, 708-711 (2004). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Phase transformation in a lattice system in the presence of spin-exchange dynamics”, J. Chem. Phys. 120, 2851-2856 (2004). link
  • Z. S. Chao, E. Ruckenstein, “Noncatalytic and catalytic conversion of ethane over V-Mg oxide catalysts prepared via solid reaction or mesoporous precursors”, J. Catal. 222, 17-31 (2004). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Specific ion effects in common black films: The role of the thermal undulation of surfaces”, Langmuir 20, 1775-1780 (2004). link
  • Z. F. Li, M. T. Swihart, E. Ruckenstein, “Luminescent silicon nanoparticles capped by conductive polyaniline through the self-assembly method”, Langmuir 20, 1963-1971 (2004). link
  • J. Feng, E. Ruckenstein, “Attractive interactions in dispersions of identical charged colloidal particles: a Monte Carlo simulation”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 272, 430-437 (2004). link
  • F. J. Hua, E. Ruckenstein, “Synthesis of a water-soluble diblock copolymer of polysulfonic diphenyl aniline and poly(ethylene oxide)”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 42, 2179-2191 (2004). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Quantum chemical density-functional theory calculations of the structures of defect C-60 with four vacancies”, J. Chem. Phys. 120, 7971-7975 (2004). link
  • H. H. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, “Double-layer interaction between two plates with hairy surfaces”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 273, 181-190 (2004). link
  • Z. S. Chao, E. Ruckenstein, “V-Mg-O prepared via a mesoporous pathway: a low-temperature catalyst for the oxidative dehydrogenation of propane to propene”, Catal. Lett. 94, 217-221 (2004). link
  • F. J. Hua, E. Ruckenstein, “Fluorescence study of aggregation in water of PEO-grafted polydiphenylamine”, Langmuir 20, 3954-3961 (2004). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Highly effective Li(2)OA/Li3N with ultrafast kinetics for H-2 storage”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 43, 2464-2467 (2004). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Kinetics of phase transformation on a Bethe lattice in the presence of spin exchange”, J. Chem. Phys. 120, 9800-9808 (2004). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Endohedral complexes of C-58 cage with H-2 and CO”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 390, 472-474 (2004). link
  • H. H. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, “Interaction force between two charged plates immersed in a solution of charged particles. Coupling between double layer and depletion forces”, Langmuir 20, 5412-5417 (2004). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Solubility of drugs in aqueous solutions - Part 2: binary nonideal mixed solvent (vol 260, pg 283, 2003)”, Int. J. Pharm. 278, 475-475 (2004). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Solubility of drugs in aqueous solutions Part 4. Drug solubility by the dilute approximation”, Int. J. Pharm. 278, 221-229 (2004). link
  • J. Feng, E. Ruckenstein, “Long-range ordered structures in diblock copolymer melts induced by combined external fields”, J. Chem. Phys. 121, 1609-1625 (2004). link
  • H. H. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, “Double layer interaction between two plates with polyelectrolyte brushes”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 275, 548-554 (2004). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Simple model for grafted polymer brushes”, Langmuir 20, 6490-6500 (2004). link
  • Y. H. Hu, N. Y. Yu, E. Ruckenstein, “Effect of the heat pretreatment of Li3N on its H-2 storage performance”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 43, 4174-4177 (2004). link
  • Z. F. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Water-soluble poly(acrylic acid) grafted luminescent silicon nanoparticles and their use as fluorescent biological staining labels”, Nano Lett. 4, 1463-1467 (2004). link
  • F. J. Hua, E. Ruckenstein, “Copolymers of aniline and 3-aminophenol derivatives with oligo(oxyethylene) side chains as novel water-soluble conducting polymers”, Macromolecules 37, 6104-6112 (2004). link
  • Z. S. Chao, E. Ruckenstein, “Specific ion and pH effects on supramolecular assembly of mesostructured V-Mg oxides”, Langmuir 20, 7517-7525 (2004). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “On the monomer density of grafted polyelectrolyte brushes and their interactions”, Langmuir 20, 8155-8164 (2004). link
  • F. J. Hua, E. Ruckenstein, “Highly soluble conducting poly(ethylene oxide) grafted at two sites of poly(o-aminobenzyl alcohol)”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 42, 4756-4764 (2004). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “The BEBO calculation of resonance energies of fullerene cages”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 399, 503-505 (2004). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Microcontact and macrocontact angles and the drop stability on a bare surface”, J. Phys. Chem. B 108, 19339-19347 (2004). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “On the shape and stability of a drop on a solid surface”, J. Phys. Chem. B 108, 19330-19338 (2004). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Comments on the "Osmotic coefficients and surface tensions of aqueous electrolyte solutions: Role of the dispersion forces"”, J. Phys. Chem. B 108, 20479-20481 (2004). link
  • H. H. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, “The bridging force between two plates by polyelectrolyte chains”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 112, 37-47 (2004). link
  • W. Guo, E. Ruckenstein, “Separation and purification of horseradish peroxidase by membrane affinity chromatography”, J. Membr. Sci. 211, 101-111 (2003). link
  • I. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Prediction of gas solubility in binary polymer plus solvent mixtures”, Polymer 44, 901-907 (2003). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “On the chemical free energy of the electrical double layer”, Langmuir 19, 1114-1120 (2003). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “A simple equation for the solubility of a solid in a supercritical fluid cosolvent with a gas or another supercritical fluid”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 42, 1106-1110 (2003). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. H. Huang, “Colloid restabilization at high electrolyte concentrations: Effect of ion valency”, Langmuir 19, 3049-3055 (2003). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. L. Shulgin, J. L. Tilson, “The structure of dilute clusters of methane and water by ab initio quantum mechanical calculations”, J. Phys. Chem. A 107, 2289-2295 (2003). link
  • W. Guo, E. Ruckenstein, “Modified glass fiber membrane and its application to membrane affinity chromatography”, J. Membr. Sci. 215, 141-155 (2003). link
  • J. Feng, E. Ruckenstein, “Monte Carlo simulation of polyampholyte-nanoparticle complexation”, Polymer 44, 3141-3150 (2003). link
  • Z. S. Chao, E. Ruckenstein, “Phase Behavior of mesostructured V-Mg-O”, Langmuir 19, 4235-4245 (2003). link
  • Z. S. Chao, E. Ruckenstein, “A comparison of catalytic oxidative dehydrogenation of ethane over mixed V-Mg oxides and over those prepared via a mesoporous V-Mg-O pathway”, Catal. Lett. 88, 147-154 (2003). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Solubility of drugs in aqueous solutions Part 1. Ideal mixed solvent approximation”, Int. J. Pharm. 258, 193-201 (2003). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Transfer coefficients in complex cases by scaling the transport equations”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 42, 2525-2529 (2003). link
  • H. H. Huang, M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “The effect of surface dipoles and of the field generated by a polarization gradient on the repulsive force”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 263, 156-161 (2003). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Shape dependent small cluster kinetics in the two-dimensional Ising model beyond the classical approximations”, J. Chem. Phys. 119, 806-813 (2003). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Solubility of drugs in aqueous solutions - Part 2: Binary nonideal mixed solvent”, Int. J. Pharm. 260, 283-291 (2003). link
  • Z. F. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Two liquid adsorptive entrapment of a pluronic polymer into the surface of polyaniline films”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 264, 370-377 (2003). link
  • Z. F. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Improved surface properties of polyaniline films by blending with Pluronic polymers without the modification of the other characteristics”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 264, 362-369 (2003). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Ideal multicomponent liquid solution as a mixed solvent”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 42, 4406-4413 (2003). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Specific ion effects via ion hydration: I. Surface tension”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 105, 63-101 (2003). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, M. Manciu, “Specific ion effects via ion hydration: II. Double layer interaction”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 105, 177-200 (2003). link
  • W. Guo, E. Ruckenstein, “Crosslinked glass fiber affinity membrane chromatography and its application to fibronectin separation”, J. Chromatogr. B 795, 61-72 (2003). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Multiple transient response methods to identify mechanisms of heterogeneous catalytic reactions”, Accounts Chem. Res. 36, 791-797 (2003). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “H-2 storage in Li3N. Temperature-programmed hydrogenation and dehydrogenation”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 42, 5135-5139 (2003). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “A closed reduced description of the kinetics of phase transformation in a lattice system based on Glauber's master equation”, J. Chem. Phys. 119, 9640-9650 (2003). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Ab initio quantum chemical calculations for fullerene cages with large holes”, J. Chem. Phys. 119, 10073-10080 (2003). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Ultrafast reaction between LiH and NH3 during H-2 storage in Li3N”, J. Phys. Chem. A 107, 9737-9739 (2003). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Solubility of drugs in aqueous solutions Part 3: Multicomponent mixed solvent”, Int. J. Pharm. 267, 121-127 (2003). link
  • F. J. Hua, E. Ruckenstein, “Water-soluble conducting poly(ethylene oxide)-grafted polydiphenylamine synthesis through a "graft onto" process”, Macromolecules 36, 9971-9978 (2003). link
  • H. Y. Wang, E. Ruckenstein, “Formation of filamentous carbon during methane decomposition over Co-MgO catalysts”, Carbon 40, 1911-1917 (2002). link
  • X. D. Wang, W. Feng, H. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Optimum toughening via a bicontinuous blending: toughening of PPO with SEBS and SEBS-g-maleic anhydride”, Polymer 43, 37-43 (2002). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Binary MgO-based solid solution catalysts for methane conversion to syngas”, Catal. Rev.-Sci. Eng. 44, 423-453 (2002). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Y. Wang, “Carbon deposition and catalytic deactivation during CO2 reforming of CH4 over Co/gamma-Al2O3 catalysts”, J. Catal. 205, 289-293 (2002). link
  • I. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Fluctuations in dilute binary supercritical mixtures”, J. Mol. Liq. 95, 205-226 (2002). link
  • Z. S. Chao, E. Ruckenstein, “Effect of the nature of the templating surfactant on the synthesis and structure of mesoporous V-Mg-O”, Langmuir 18, 734-743 (2002). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Scaling analysis of coating of a plate or a fiber”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 246, 393-400 (2002). link
  • W. Guo, E. Ruckenstein, “Crosslinked mercerized cellulose membranes for the affinity chromatography of papain inhibitors”, J. Membr. Sci. 197, 53-62 (2002). link
  • I. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Henry's constant in mixed solvents from binary data”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 41, 1689-1694 (2002). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, M. Manciu, “On the stability of the common and Newton black films”, Langmuir 18, 2727-2736 (2002). link
  • C. Zhang, Z. J. Du, H. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Acrylonitrile-co-vinyl acetate with uniform composition via adiabatic, self-heating copolymerization in a concentrated emulsion”, Polymer 43, 2945-2951 (2002). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “The interaction between two fluctuating phospholipid bilayers”, Langmuir 18, 4179-4182 (2002). link
  • Z. F. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Conductive surface via graft polymerization of aniline on a modified glass surface”, Synth. Met. 129, 73-83 (2002). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Lattice site exclusion effect on the double layer interaction”, Langmuir 18, 5178-5185 (2002). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Microscopic origin of macroscopic wetting”, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 206, 3-10 (2002). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “The solubility of solids in mixtures composed of a supercritical fluid and an entrainer”, Fluid Phase Equilib. 200, 53-67 (2002). link
  • Z. F. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Strong adhesion and smooth conductive surface via graft polymerization of aniline on a modified glass fiber surface”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 251, 343-349 (2002). link
  • J. Feng, E. Ruckenstein, “The morphology of symmetric triblock copolymer melts confined in a slit: A Monte Carlo simulation”, Macromol. Theory Simul. 11, 630-639 (2002). link
  • J. F. Rong, M. Sheng, H. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Polyethylene-palygorskite nanocomposite prepared via in situ coordinated polymerization”, Polym. Compos. 23, 658-665 (2002). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Influence of cluster shape upon its growth in a two-dimensional Ising model”, J. Chem. Phys. 117, 4542-4549 (2002). link
  • C. Zhang, Z. J. Du, H. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “High-rate polymerization of acrylonitrile and butyl acrylate based on a concentrated emulsion”, Polymer 43, 5391-5396 (2002). link
  • Z. F. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Intercalation of conductive polyaniline in the mesostructured V2O5”, Langmuir 18, 6956-6961 (2002). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Salting-out or -in by fluctuation theory”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 41, 4674-4680 (2002). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, M. Manciu, “The coupling between the hydration and double layer interactions”, Langmuir 18, 7584-7593 (2002). link
  • J. Feng, E. Ruckenstein, “Monte Carlo simulation of triblock copolymer thin films”, Polymer 43, 5775-5790 (2002). link
  • G. O. Berim, E. Ruckenstein, “Effect of shape on the critical nucleus size in a three-dimensional Ising model: Energetic and kinetic approaches”, J. Chem. Phys. 117, 7732-7737 (2002). link
  • Z. S. Chao, E. Ruckenstein, “Control of magnesium containing vanadium mesoporous materials”, Langmuir 18, 8535-8545 (2002). link
  • Z. S. Chao, E. Ruckenstein, “Structural and morphological control of mesostructures: Vanadium based nanofibers”, Chem. Mat. 14, 4611-4618 (2002). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Long range interactions between apoferritin molecules”, Langmuir 18, 8910-8918 (2002). link
  • Z. F. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Patterned conductive polyaniline on Si(100) surface via self-assembly and graft polymerization”, Macromolecules 35, 9506-9512 (2002). link
  • I. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “The solubility of binary mixed gases by the fluctuation theory”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 41, 6279-6283 (2002). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. M. Zhang, “Novel copolymer networks via the combination of polyaddition and anionic polymerization”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 39, 117-126 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Y. Wang, “Combined catalytic partial oxidation and CO2 reforming of methane over supported cobalt catalysts”, Catal. Lett. 73, 99-105 (2001). link
  • H. Y. Wang, E. Ruckenstein, “Conversions of methane to synthesis gas over Co/gamma-Al2O3 by CO2 and/or O-2”, Catal. Lett. 75, 13-18 (2001). link
  • W. S. Yin, E. Ruckenstein, “A water-soluble self-doped conducting polypyrrole-based copolymer”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 79, 86-89 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, W. S. Yin, “Polyaniline co-doped with camphor sulfonic and hydrochloric acids by chemical oxidation in aqueous solution”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 79, 80-85 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, X. N. Chen, “An ambient self-curable latex based on colloidal dispersions in water of two functionalized polymers and the thermally reversible crosslinked films generated”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 39, 389-397 (2001). link
  • W. Guo, E. Ruckenstein, “A new matrix for membrane affinity chromatography and its application to the purification of concanavalin A”, J. Membr. Sci. 182, 227-234 (2001). link
  • H. Y. Wang, E. Ruckenstein, “CO2 reforming of CH4 over Co/MgO solid solution catalysts - effect of calcination temperature and Co loading”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 209, 207-215 (2001). link
  • H. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Concentrated emulsion pathway to self-compatibilization of polymer blends”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 39, 757-764 (2001). link
  • J. S. Park, J. W. Park, E. Ruckenstein, “Thermal and dynamic mechanical analysis of PVA/MC blend hydrogels”, Polymer 42, 4271-4280 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Entrainer effect in supercritical mixtures”, Fluid Phase Equilib. 180, 345-359 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Effect of a third component on the interactions in a binary mixture determined from the fluctuation theory of solutions”, Fluid Phase Equilib. 180, 281-297 (2001). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Free energy and thermal fluctuations of neutral lipid bilayers”, Langmuir 17, 2455-2463 (2001). link
  • H. Y. Wang, E. Ruckenstein, “Partial oxidation of methane to synthesis gas over alkaline earth metal oxide supported cobalt catalysts”, J. Catal. 199, 309-317 (2001). link
  • H. M. Zhang, E. Ruckenstein, “Novel monodisperse functional (co)polymers based on the selective living anionic polymerization of a new bifunctional monomer, trans,trans-1-methacryloyloxy-2,4-hexadiene”, Macromolecules 34, 3587-3593 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Cubic equation of state and local composition mixing rules: Correlations and predictions. Application to the solubility solids in supercritical solvents”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 40, 2544-2549 (2001). link
  • J. S. Park, J. W. Park, E. Ruckenstein, “A dynamic mechanical and thermal analysis of unplasticized and plasticized poly(vinyl alcohol)/methylcellulose blends”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 80, 1825-1834 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, W. Guo, “Crosslinked mercerized cellulose membranes and their application to membrane affinity chromatography”, J. Membr. Sci. 187, 277-286 (2001). link
  • Y. Yun, H. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Hydrophobic core/hydrophilic shell amphiphilic particles”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 238, 414-419 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Nonconventional first order transitions in insoluble monolayers of surfactants”, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 183, 423-427 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, M. Manciu, “On the stability of lyotropic lamellar liquid crystals and the thicknesses of their lamellae”, Langmuir 17, 5464-5475 (2001). link
  • X. D. Wang, H. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Cooperative toughening and cooperative compatibilization: the nylon 6/ethylene-co-vinyl acetate/ethylene-co-acrylic acid blends”, Polymer 42, 9211-9216 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. M. Zhang, “Well-defined poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) and its amphiphilic block copolymers via acidolysis of anionically synthesized poly(2-vinytoxyethyl methacrylate)”, Polym. Bull. 47, 113-119 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Hydrophobic self-assembling in dilute aqueous solutions of alcohols and hydrocarbons”, Chem. Eng. Sci. 56, 5675-5680 (2001). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Role of the hydration force in the stability of colloids at high ionic strengths”, Langmuir 17, 7061-7070 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, W. Guo, “Crosslinked mercerized cellulose membranes and their application to membrane affinity chromatography (vol 187, pg 277, 2001)”, J. Membr. Sci. 193, 129-+ (2001).
  • J. S. Park, J. W. Park, E. Ruckenstein, “On the viscoelastic properties of poly(vinyl alcohol) and chemically crosslinked poly(vinyl alcohol)”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 82, 1816-1823 (2001). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “Oscillatory and monotonic polarization. The polarization contribution to the hydration force”, Langmuir 17, 7582-7592 (2001). link
  • M. Manciu, E. Ruckenstein, “The van der Waals free energy of an oil-water pair in a multilayer”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 244, 208-210 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Z. S. Chao, “Synthesis of mesoporous V-Mg-O nanofibers”, Nano Lett. 1, 739-742 (2001). link
  • J. S. Park, E. Ruckenstein, “Viscoelastic properties of plasticized methylcellulose and chemically crosslinked methylcellulose”, Carbohydr. Polym. 46, 373-381 (2001). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Y. Wang, “Effect of calcination conditions on the species formed and the reduction behavior of the cobalt-magnesia catalysts”, Catal. Lett. 70, 15-21 (2000). link
  • W. S. Yin, E. Ruckenstein, “Soluble polyaniline co-doped with dodecyl benzene sulfonic acid and hydrochloric acid”, Synth. Met. 108, 39-46 (2000). link
  • H. M. Zhang, E. Ruckenstein, “One-pot, three-step synthesis of amphiphilic comblike copolymers with hydrophilic backbone and hydrophobic side chains”, Macromolecules 33, 814-819 (2000). link
  • H. Q. Li, J. Zhao, E. Ruckenstein, “The preparation and characterization of amphiphilic core/shell particles”, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 161, 489-498 (2000). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Y. Wang, “Temperature-programmed reduction and XRD studies of the interactions in supported rhodium catalysts and their effect on partial oxidation of methane to synthesis gas”, J. Catal. 190, 32-38 (2000). link
  • W. S. Yin, E. Ruckenstein, “Water-soluble self-doped conducting polyaniline copolymer”, Macromolecules 33, 1129-1131 (2000). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, X. N. Chen, “Crosslinking of chlorine-containing polymers by dicyclopentadiene dicarboxylic salts”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 38, 818-825 (2000). link
  • S. Q. Zhou, E. Ruckenstein, “High-order direct correlation functions of uniform fluids and their application to the high-order perturbative density functional theory”, Phys. Rev. E 61, 2704-2711 (2000). link
  • S. Q. Zhou, E. Ruckenstein, “A new density functional approach to nonuniform Lennard-Jones fluids”, J. Chem. Phys. 112, 5242-5243 (2000). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “On density microheterogeneities in dilute supercritical solutions”, J. Phys. Chem. B 104, 2540-2545 (2000). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. M. Zhang, “A successive route to amphiphilic graft copolymers with a hydrophilic poly(3-hydroxypropyl methacrylate) backbone and hydrophobic polystyrene side chains”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 38, 1195-1202 (2000). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. H. Hu, “Synthetic fuels from greenhouse gases - Reply”, Chem. Innov. 30, 54-54 (2000).
  • X. N. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Thermally reversible covalently bonded linear polymers prepared from a dihalide monomer and a salt of dicyclopentadiene dicarboxylic acid”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 38, 1662-1672 (2000). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, W. S. Yin, “SiO2-poly(amidoamine) dendrimer inorganic/organic hybrids”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 38, 1443-1449 (2000). link
  • S. Q. Zhou, E. Ruckenstein, “A density functional theory based on the universality of the free energy density functional”, J. Chem. Phys. 112, 8079-8082 (2000). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Y. Wang, “Partial oxidation of methane to synthesis gas over MgO-supported Rh catalysts: the effect of precursor of MgO”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 198, 33-41 (2000). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. M. Zhang, “Polyaddition of divinyloxyl compounds with diphenol or diol to novel degradable polymers”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 38, 1848-1851 (2000). link
  • H. M. Zhang, E. Ruckenstein, “A novel successive route to well-defined water-soluble poly(2,3-dihydroxypropyl methacrylate) and amphiphilic block copolymers based on an osmylation reaction”, Macromolecules 33, 4738-4744 (2000). link
  • R. Nagarajan, E. Ruckenstein, “Molecular theory of microemulsions”, Langmuir 16, 6400-6415 (2000). link
  • H. M. Zhang, E. Ruckenstein, “Self-polyaddition of hydroxyalkyl vinyl ethers”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 38, 3751-3760 (2000). link
  • H. Y. Wang, E. Ruckenstein, “Carbon dioxide reforming of methane to synthesis gas over supported rhodium catalysts: the effect of support”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 204, 143-152 (2000). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. L. Shulgin, “Why density augmentation occurs in dilute supercritical solutions”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 330, 551-557 (2000). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, X. N. Chen, “Covalent cross-linking of polymers through ionene formation and their thermal de-cross-linking”, Macromolecules 33, 8992-9001 (2000). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Y. Wang, “Carbon dioxide reforming of methane to synthesis gas over supported cobalt catalysts”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 204, 257-263 (2000). link
  • X. N. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Emulsion procedures for thermally reversible covalent crosslinking of polymers”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 38, 4373-4384 (2000). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. M. Zhang, “Grafting by in situ coupling of epoxy groups of a living copolymer with an anionic living polymer”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 37, 105-112 (1999). link
  • P. G. Smirniotis, L. Davydov, E. Ruckenstein, “Composite zeolite-based catalysts and sorbents”, Catal. Rev.-Sci. Eng. 41, 43-113 (1999). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Isotopic study of the reaction of methane with the lattice oxygen of a NiO/MgO solid solution”, Catal. Lett. 57, 167-169 (1999). link
  • H. Y. Wang, E. Ruckenstein, “Catalytic partial oxidation of methane to synthesis gas over gamma-Al2O3-supported rhodium catalysts”, Catal. Lett. 59, 121-127 (1999). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Thermodynamic insights on macroemulsion stability”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 79, 59-76 (1999). link
  • I. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Kirkwood-Buff integrals in aqueous alcohol systems: Aggregation, correlation volume, and local composition”, J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 872-877 (1999). link
  • X. Z. Kong, E. Ruckenstein, “Monodisperse core/shell latex particles containing carboxylic acid groups and their optimum acid content for pore generation”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 71, 1455-1460 (1999). link
  • I. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Kirkwood-Buff integrals in aqueous alcohol systems: Comparison between thermodynamic calculations and X-ray scattering experiments”, J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 2496-2503 (1999). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Rebuttal to comments on "Catalyst temperature oscillations during partial oxidation of methane"”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 38, 1742-1742 (1999). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, X. Z. Kong, “Control of pore generation and pore size in nanoparticles of poly(styrene-methyl methacrylate-acrylic acid)”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 72, 419-426 (1999). link
  • X. F. Zeng, E. Ruckenstein, “Macroporous chitin affinity membranes for wheat germ agglutinin purification from wheat germ”, J. Membr. Sci. 156, 97-107 (1999). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “High-resolution transmission electron microscopy study of carbon deposited on the NiO MgO solid solution catalysts”, J. Catal. 184, 298-302 (1999). link
  • I. Shulgin, E. Ruckenstein, “Range and energy of interaction at infinite dilution in aqueous solutions of alcohols and hydrocarbons”, J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 4900-4905 (1999). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. M. Zhang, “A novel breakable cross-linker and pH-responsive star-shaped and gel polymers”, Macromolecules 32, 3979-3983 (1999). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. H. Hul, “Methane partial oxidation over NiO MgO solid solution catalysts”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 183, 85-92 (1999). link
  • G. X. Xu, E. Ruckenstein, “Syndiospecific polymerization of styrene using fluorinated indenyltitanium complexes”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 37, 2481-2488 (1999). link
  • H. M. Zhang, E. Ruckenstein, “Well-defined graft copolymers containing a poly(methacrylate) backbone and functional or block poly(vinyl ether) side chains”, Macromol. Chem. Phys. 200, 1975-1983 (1999). link
  • H. Y. Wang, E. Ruckenstein, “Partial oxidation of methane to synthesis gas over MgO- and SiO(2)-supported rhodium catalysts”, J. Catal. 186, 181-187 (1999). link
  • H. M. Zhang, E. Ruckenstein, “Selective living anionic polymerization of a novel bifunctional monomer 4-(vinylphenyl)-1-butene and the preparation of uniform size functional polymers and amphiphilic block copolymers”, Macromolecules 32, 5495-5500 (1999). link
  • J. Y. Walz, E. Ruckenstein, “Comparison of the van der Waals and undulation interactions between uncharged lipid bilayers”, J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 7461-7468 (1999). link
  • X. Z. Kong, E. Ruckenstein, “Core-shell latex particles consisting of polysiloxane-poly(styrene-methyl methacrylate-acrylic acid): Preparation and pore generation”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 73, 2235-2245 (1999). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. M. Zhang, “Well-defined graft copolymers based on the selective living anionic polymerization of the bifunctional monomer 4-(vinylphenyl)-1-butene”, Macromolecules 32, 6082-6087 (1999). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Y. Wang, “Effect of support on partial oxidation of methane to synthesis gas over supported rhodium catalysts”, J. Catal. 187, 151-159 (1999). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Modified local composition and Flory-Huggins equations for nonelectrolyte solutions”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 38, 4092-4099 (1999). link
  • X. F. Zeng, E. Ruckenstein, “Membrane chromatography: Preparation and applications to protein separation”, Biotechnol. Prog. 15, 1003-1019 (1999). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Surfactant aggregation in nonionic polymer solutions”, Langmuir 15, 8086-8089 (1999). link
  • H. Q. Li, H. H. Huang, E. Ruckenstein, “Self-compatibilization of polymer blends prepared via functionalized concentrated emulsion polymerization”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 37, 4233-4240 (1999). link
  • B. Yu, E. Ruckenstein, “Controlled radical polymerization catalyzed by copper(I)-sparteine complexes”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 37, 4191-4197 (1999). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Shulgin, “Aggregation in binary solutions containing hexafluorobenzene”, J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 10266-10271 (1999). link
  • X. N. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “Thermally reversible linking of halide-containing polymers by potassium dicyclopentadienedicarboxylate”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 37, 4390-4401 (1999). link
  • H. Y. Wang, E. Ruckenstein, “CH4/CD4 isotope effect and the mechanism of partial oxidation of methane to synthesis gas over Rh/gamma-Al2O3 catalyst”, J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 11327-11331 (1999). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. H. Hu, “Role of lattice oxygen during CO2 reforming of methane over NiO/MgO solid solutions”, Catal. Lett. 51, 183-185 (1998). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Broadened pulse-step change isotopic sharp pulse analysis of the mechanism of methane partial oxidation to synthesis gas”, J. Phys. Chem. B 102, 230-233 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “On the phenomenological thermodynamics of hydrophobic bonding”, J. Dispersion Sci. Technol. 19, 329-338 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. H. Hu, “Catalytic preparation of narrow pore size distribution mesoporous carbon”, Carbon 36, 269-275 (1998). link
  • X. F. Zeng, E. Ruckenstein, “Trypsin purification by p-aminobenzamidine immobilized on macroporous chitosan membranes”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 37, 159-165 (1998).
  • Y. M. Yuan, E. Ruckenstein, “Miscibility and esterification in the poly(styrene-c-maleic anhydride) phenoxy blends”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 67, 913-919 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, B. Q. Li, “Surface equation of state for insoluble surfactant monolayers at the air/water interface”, J. Phys. Chem. B 102, 981-989 (1998). link
  • H. Q. Liu, E. Ruckenstein, “Aggregation of hydrocarbons in dilute aqueous solutions”, J. Phys. Chem. B 102, 1005-1012 (1998). link
  • H. M. Zhang, E. Ruckenstein, “Graft copolymers by combined anionic and cationic polymerizations based on the homopolymerization of a bifunctional monomer”, Macromolecules 31, 746-752 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. M. Yuan, “Colloidal scale blends of poly(p-benzamide) with sulfonated polystyrene and poly(vinyl acetate)”, Polymer 39, 1043-1049 (1998). link
  • L. Hong, E. Ruckenstein, “Coating metal oxide particles via the combustion of deposited polymer precursors”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 67, 1891-1903 (1998). link
  • Y. M. Yuan, E. Ruckenstein, “Polyurethane toughened polylactide”, Polym. Bull. 40, 485-490 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, X. F. Zeng, “Macroporous chitin affinity membranes for lysozyme separation (vol 56, pg 609, 1997)”, Biotechnol. Bioeng. 58, 117-117 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, X. F. Zeng, “Albumin separation with Cibacron Blue carrying macroporous chitosan and chitin affinity membranes”, J. Membr. Sci. 142, 13-26 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. H. Hu, “Combination of CO2 reforming and partial oxidation of methane over NiO/MgO solid solution catalysts”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 37, 1744-1747 (1998). link
  • Y. M. Yuan, E. Ruckenstein, “Miscibility and transesterification of phenoxy with biodegradable poly(3-hydroxybutyrate)”, Polymer 39, 1893-1897 (1998). link
  • B. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “The equilibrium fraction of bridging chains and the swelling behavior of ABA triblock copolymer mesophases”, Macromol. Theory Simul. 7, 333-348 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Attraction between identical colloidal particles caused by collective electrostatic repulsion”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 75, 169-180 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. M. Zhang, “Block-graft and star-shaped copolymers by continuous transformation from anionic to cationic polymerization”, Macromolecules 31, 2977-2982 (1998). link
  • H. Q. Li, Z. J. Du, E. Ruckenstein, “Room temperature-initiated and self-heating copolymerization of acrylonitrile with vinyl acetate”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 68, 999-1011 (1998). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Catalyst temperature oscillations during partial oxidation of methane”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 37, 2333-2335 (1998). link
  • H. M. Zhang, E. Ruckenstein, “Graft, block-graft and star-shaped copolymers by an in situ coupling reaction”, Macromolecules 31, 4753-4759 (1998). link
  • G. X. Xu, E. Ruckenstein, “Ethylene copolymerization with 1-octene using a 2-methylbenz[e]indenyl-based ansa-monocyclopentadienylamido complex and methylaluminoxanes catalyst”, Macromolecules 31, 4724-4729 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Thermodynamic approaches to microemulsions”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 204, 143-150 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. M. Zhang, “A novel route to poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) and its amphiphilic block copolymers”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 36, 1865-1872 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. M. Yuan, “Molten ring-open copolymerization of L-lactide and cyclic trimethylene carbonate”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 69, 1429-1434 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. H. Hu, “Reaction between silane and the lattice oxygen of transition metal oxides”, Langmuir 14, 5845-5849 (1998). link
  • X. F. Zeng, E. Ruckenstein, “Cross-linked macroporous chitosan anion-exchange membranes for protein separations”, J. Membr. Sci. 148, 195-205 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “On the laminar and turbulent free convection heat transfer from a vertical plate over the entire range of prandtl numbers”, Int. Commun. Heat Mass Transf. 25, 1009-1018 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “On the origin of the thermodynamic stability of lyotropic lamellar liquid crystals”, J. Chem. Phys. 109, 6995-7000 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Dimensional analysis based on macro and micro length and time scales”, Chem. Eng. Sci. 53, 3767-3768 (1998).
  • H. M. Zhang, E. Ruckenstein, “Living anionic polymerization of 1-(alkoxy)ethyl methacrylates and the preparation of well-defined poly(methacrylic acid)”, Macromolecules 31, 7575-7580 (1998). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Isotopic GCMS study of the mechanism of methane partial oxidation to synthesis gas”, J. Phys. Chem. A 102, 10568-10571 (1998). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. M. Zhang, “Living anionic copolymerization of 1-(alkoxy)ethyl methacrylates with polar and/or nonpolar monomers and the preparation of amphiphilic block copolymers containing poly(methacrylic acid) hydrophilic segments at higher temperatures than usually employed”, Macromolecules 31, 9127-9133 (1998). link
  • B. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Statistical thermodynamics of end-attached chain monolayers”, J. Chem. Phys. 106, 280-288 (1997). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Concentrated emulsion polymerization”, Adv. Polym. Sci. 127, 1-58 (1997).
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “The characterization of a highly effective NiO/MgO solid solution catalyst in the CO2 reforming of CH4”, Catal. Lett. 43, 71-77 (1997). link
  • H. Q. Liu, E. Ruckenstein, “Predicting the diffusion coefficients in supercritical fluids”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 36, 888-895 (1997). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “The instability of the solid-liquid interface and the hydrophobic force”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 188, 218-223 (1997). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “CH4 TPR-MS of NiO/MgO solid solution catalysts”, Langmuir 13, 2055-2058 (1997). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Phase inversion temperatures of macro- and microemulsions”, Langmuir 13, 2494-2497 (1997). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Q. Li, “The concentrated emulsion approach to toughened polymer composites: A review”, Polym. Compos. 18, 320-331 (1997). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. H. Hu, “The effect of precursor and preparation conditions of MgO on the CO2 reforming of CH4 over NiO/MgO catalysts”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 154, 185-205 (1997). link
  • A. Bhakta, E. Ruckenstein, “Drainage and coalescence in standing foams”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 191, 184-201 (1997). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. H. Hu, “Catalytic reduction of NO over Cu/C”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 36, 2533-2536 (1997). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. M. Yuan, “Nanocomposites of rigid polyamide dispersed in flexible vinyl polymer”, Polymer 38, 3855-3860 (1997). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, B. Q. Li, “Steric interactions between two grafted polymer brushes”, J. Chem. Phys. 107, 932-942 (1997). link
  • A. Bhakta, E. Ruckenstein, “Decay of standing foams: drainage, coalescence and collapse”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 70, 1-124 (1997). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Q. Liu, “Self-diffusion in gases and liquids”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 36, 3927-3936 (1997). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Transient response analysis via a broadened pulse combined with a step change or an isotopic pulse. Application to CO2 reforming of methane over NiO/SiO2”, J. Phys. Chem. B 101, 7563-7565 (1997). link
  • H. M. Zhang, E. Ruckenstein, “Preparation of functional polymers by living anionic polymerization: Polymerization of allyl methacrylate”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 35, 2901-2906 (1997). link
  • H. M. Zhang, E. Ruckenstein, “Dendritic polymers from vinyl ether”, Polym. Bull. 39, 399-406 (1997). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “The catalytic reaction of NO over Cu supported on meso-carbon microbeads of ultrahigh surface area”, J. Catal. 172, 110-117 (1997). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. M. Zhang, “Monomer [1-(isobutoxy)ethyl methacrylate] that can undergo anionic polymerization and can also be an initiator for the cationic polymerization of vinyl ethers. Preparation of comblike polymers”, Macromolecules 30, 6852-6855 (1997). link
  • H. Q. Liu, E. Ruckenstein, “A predictive equation for the tracer diffusion of various solutes in gases, supercritical fluids, and liquids”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 36, 5488-5500 (1997). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “On the nature of the liquid expanded liquid condensed phase transition in monolayers of polar molecules”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 196, 313-315 (1997). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, X. F. Zeng, “Macroporous chitin affinity membranes for lysozyme separation”, Biotechnol. Bioeng. 56, 610-617 (1997). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Transient kinetic studies of partial oxidation of CH4”, J. Catal. 158, 260-266 (1996). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “An optimum NiO content in the CO2 reforming of CH4 with NiO/MgO solid solution catalysts”, Catal. Lett. 36, 145-149 (1996).
  • E. Ruckenstein, L. Hong, “Oxide-carbon composites and porous metal oxides prepared via water-swellable polymer networks”, Chem. Mat. 8, 546-553 (1996). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, L. Liang, “Pervaporation of ethanol-water mixtures through polyvinyl alcohol-polyacrylamide interpenetrating polymer network membranes unsupported and supported on polyethersulfone ultrafiltration membranes: A comparison”, J. Membr. Sci. 110, 99-107 (1996). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, B. Q. Li, “Phase transition from a liquid expanded to a liquid condensed surfactant monolayer”, J. Phys. Chem. 100, 3108-3114 (1996). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Effect of short-range interactions on spreading”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 179, 136-142 (1996). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, B. Q. Li, “A simple surface equation of state for the phase transition in phospholipid monolayers”, Langmuir 12, 2308-2315 (1996). link
  • H. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Mutual toughening of vinylidene chloride and methyl methacrylate in network composites prepared via concentrated emulsion polymerization”, Polymer 37, 1933-1940 (1996). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. H. Hu, “Interactions between Ni and La2O3 in Ni/La2O3 catalysts prepared using different Ni precursors”, J. Catal. 161, 55-61 (1996). link
  • L. Liang, E. Ruckenstein, “Pervaporation of ethanol-water mixtures through polydimethylsiloxane-polystyrene interpenetrating polymer network supported membranes”, J. Membr. Sci. 114, 227-234 (1996). link
  • A. Bhakta, E. Ruckenstein, “Modeling of the generation and collapse of aqueous foams”, Langmuir 12, 3089-3099 (1996). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Q. Li, “Room temperature initiated and self-heating polymerization via concentrated emulsions: Application to acrylonitrile based polymers”, Polym. Bull. 37, 43-50 (1996). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Q. Li, “Composites via heterogeneous crosslinking of concentrated emulsions”, Polymer 37, 3373-3378 (1996). link
  • L. Hong, E. Ruckenstein, “Conductive coating films based on low density In2O3 powders and polymer latexes”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 61, 901-909 (1996). link
  • X. F. Zeng, E. Ruckenstein, “Supported chitosan-dye affinity membranes and their protein adsorption”, J. Membr. Sci. 117, 271-278 (1996).
  • E. Ruckenstein, A. Bhakta, “Effect of surfactant and salt concentrations on the drainage and collapse of foams involving ionic surfactants”, Langmuir 12, 4134-4144 (1996). link
  • Y. Sun, E. Ruckenstein, “Surface conductive films via polymerization on a liquid surface”, Synth. Met. 82, 35-40 (1996). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. H. Hu, “Role of support in CO2 reforming of CH4 to syngas over Ni catalysts”, J. Catal. 162, 230-238 (1996). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. Sun, “Preparation and characteristics of polymer-based large adsorbent particles”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 61, 1949-1956 (1996). link
  • H. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Amphiphilic particles with hydrophilic core/hydrophobic shell prepared via inverted emulsions”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 61, 2129-2136 (1996). link
  • H. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Self-compatibilization of poly(butyl methacrylate)/acrylonitrile-co-styrene blends via concentrated emulsion polymerization”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 61, 2285-2296 (1996). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “Temperature-programmed desorption of CO adsorbed on NiO/MgO”, J. Catal. 163, 306-311 (1996). link
  • B. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “Adsorption of ionic surfactants on charged solid surfaces from aqueous solutions”, Langmuir 12, 5052-5063 (1996). link
  • X. F. Zeng, E. Ruckenstein, “Control of pore sizes in macroporous chitosan and chitin membranes”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 35, 4169-4175 (1996). link
  • Y. M. Yuan, E. Ruckenstein, “Colloidal scale blend of rigid and flexible polyamides”, Polym. Bull. 37, 671-677 (1996). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, L. Liang, “Poly(acrylic acid)-poly(vinyl alcohol) semi- and interpenetrating polymer network pervaporation membranes”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 62, 973-987 (1996). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “Microemulsions, macroemulsions, and the Bancroft rule”, Langmuir 12, 6351-6353 (1996). link
  • Y. H. Hu, E. Ruckenstein, “PULSE-MS STUDY OF THE PARTIAL OXIDATION OF METHANE OVER NI/LA2O3 CATALYST”, Catal. Lett. 34, 41-50 (1995).
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. H. Hu, “NEAR 100-PERCENT CO SELECTIVITY IN CH4 DIRECT CATALYTIC-OXIDATION AT LOW-TEMPERATURES (LESS-THAN-700-DEGREES-C) UNDER UNSTEADY-STATE CONDITIONS”, Catal. Lett. 35, 265-269 (1995). link
  • B. M. Reddy, E. Ruckenstein, “OXIDATIVE METHYLATION OF ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS WITH METHANE OVER ALKALI PROMOTED MGO CATALYSTS”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 121, 159-167 (1995). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Q. Li, “SEMIINTERPENETRATING POLYMER NETWORK LATEXES VIA CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 55, 961-970 (1995). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, L. Hong, “COATING WATER-SWELLABLE POLYMER LATEXES BY INTERFACIAL POLYMERIZATION”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 55, 1081-1092 (1995). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “THE MOVING CONTACT LINE OF A DROPLET ON A SMOOTH SOLID”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 170, 284-286 (1995). link
  • P. G. Smirniotis, E. Ruckenstein, “INCREASED AROMATIZATION IN THE REFORMING OF MIXTURES OF N-HEXANE, METHYLCYCLOPENTANE AND METHYLCYCLOHEXANE OVER COMPOSITES OF PT/BAKL ZEOLITE WITH PT/BETA OR PT/USY ZEOLITES”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 123, 59-88 (1995). link
  • F. M. Sun, E. Ruckenstein, “SORPTION AND PERVAPORATION OF BENZENE CYCLOHEXANE MIXTURES THROUGH COMPOSITE MEMBRANES PREPARED VIA CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION”, J. Membr. Sci. 99, 273-284 (1995). link
  • A. Bhakta, E. Ruckenstein, “DRAINAGE OF A STANDING FOAM”, Langmuir 11, 1486-1492 (1995). link
  • P. G. Smirniotis, E. Ruckenstein, “ALKYLATION OF BENZENE OR TOLUENE WITH MEOH OR C2H4 OVER ZSM-5 OR BETA-ZEOLITE - EFFECT OF THE ZEOLITE PORE OPENINGS AND OF THE HYDROCARBONS INVOLVED ON THE MECHANISM OF ALKYLATION”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 34, 1517-1528 (1995). link
  • H. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “AB CROSS-LINKED POLYMER LATEXES VIA CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION”, Polymer 36, 2281-2287 (1995). link
  • H. Q. Li, E. Ruckenstein, “POLYBUTADIENE/POLYSTYRENE NETWORK COMPOSITES PREPARED VIA CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION”, Polymer 36, 2647-2656 (1995). link
  • Y. Sun, E. Ruckenstein, “POLYPYRROLE-BEARING CONDUCTIVE COMPOSITE PREPARED BY AN INVERTED EMULSION PATHWAY INVOLVING NONIONIC SURFACTANTS”, Synth. Met. 72, 261-267 (1995). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, L. Hong, “SEDIMENTATION POLYMERIZATION”, Polymer 36, 2857-2860 (1995). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, F. M. Sun, “HYDROPHOBIC-HYDROPHILIC COMPOSITE MEMBRANES FOR THE PERVAPORATION OF BENZENE-ETHANOL MIXTURES”, J. Membr. Sci. 103, 271-283 (1995). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, L. Liang, “POLYACRYLAMIDE-REACTIVE STYRENE UNSATURATED POLYESTER MICROGEL COMPOSITES”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 57, 605-611 (1995). link
  • A. Sharma, C. S. Kishore, S. Salaniwal, E. Ruckenstein, “NONLINEAR STABILITY AND RUPTURE OF ULTRATHIN FREE FILMS”, Phys. Fluids 7, 1832-1840 (1995). link
  • L. A. Hong, E. Ruckenstein, “METAL-CARBONYL ANION LOADED MOLECULAR RESERVOIR PARTICLES APPLICATION TO THE CATALYTIC SYNTHESIS OF 2 STYRENE OXIDE DERIVATIVES”, J. Mol. Catal. A-Chem. 101, 115-125 (1995). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, B. Q. Li, “A SURFACE EQUATION OF STATE-BASED ON CLUSTERING OF SURFACTANT MOLECULES OF INSOLUBLE MONOLAYERS”, Langmuir 11, 3510-3515 (1995). link
  • Y. Sun, E. Ruckenstein, “POLY(3-METHYLTHIOPHENE)-RUBBER CONDUCTIVE COMPOSITE PREPARED VIA AN INVERTED EMULSION PATHWAY”, Synth. Met. 74, 145-150 (1995). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. Sun, “POLYANILINE-CONTAINING ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVE COMPOSITE PREPARED BY 2 INVERTED EMULSION PATHWAYS”, Synth. Met. 74, 107-113 (1995). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, F. M. Sun, “CONCENTRATED EMULSION PATHWAY TO NOVEL COMPOSITE POLYMERIC MEMBRANES AND THEIR USE IN PERVAPORATION”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 34, 3581-3589 (1995). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Q. Li, “SELF-COMPATIBILIZATION OF POLYMER BLENDS VIA CONCENTRATED EMULSIONS”, Polym. Bull. 35, 517-524 (1995). link
  • L. Liang, E. Ruckenstein, “POLYVINYL ALCOHOL-POLYACRYLAMIDE INTERPENETRATING POLYMER NETWORK MEMBRANES AND THEIR PERVAPORATION CHARACTERISTICS FOR ETHANOL-WATER MIXTURES”, J. Membr. Sci. 106, 167-182 (1995). link
  • A. Bhakta, E. Ruckenstein, “OSTWALD RIPENING - A STOCHASTIC APPROACH”, J. Chem. Phys. 103, 7120-7135 (1995). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. Sun, “Synthesis of surface conductive polyurethane films”, Synth. Met. 75, 79-84 (1995). link
  • A. Bhakta, E. Ruckenstein, “Foams and concentrated emulsions: Dynamics and ''phase'' behavior”, Langmuir 11, 4642-4652 (1995). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, Y. H. Hu, “Carbon dioxide reforming of methane over nickel alkaline earth metal oxide catalysts”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 133, 149-161 (1995). link
  • R. Tsekov, E. Ruckenstein, “Two-dimensional Brownian motion of atoms and dimers on solid surfaces”, Surf. Sci. 344, 175-181 (1995). link
  • L. Hong, E. Ruckenstein, “IMMOBILIZATION OF ALKOXYLATED PHOSPHINE-LIGANDS AND THEIR RH COMPLEXES TO A SILICA SURFACE-COATED WITH AN ORGANIC MONOLAYER OR MULTILAYER”, J. Mol. Catal. 90, 303-321 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, P. G. Smirniotis, “2 SOURCES OF SYNERGISM IN THE REFORMING OF N-HEXANE, METHYLCYCLOPENTANE, METHYLCYCLOHEXANE MIXTURES OVER COMPOSITES OF BASIC AND ACIDIC ZEOLITES”, Catal. Lett. 24, 123-132 (1994). link
  • P. G. Smirniotis, E. Ruckenstein, “MAXIMUM AND TIME STABLE AROMATIC YIELD IN THE REFORMING OF ALKYLCYCLOPENTANES OVER PT/BETA ZEOLITES”, Catal. Lett. 25, 351-359 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, B. M. Reddy, “OXIDATIVE METHYLATION OF ALPHA-PICOLINGS, BETA-PICOLINES AND GAMMA-PICOLINES WITH METHANE VINYLPYRIDINES AND ETHYLPYRIDINES OVER MONO-ALKALI AND BIALKALI PROMOTED MAGNESIA CATALYSTS”, Catal. Lett. 29, 217-224 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Q. Li, “THE TENSILE BEHAVIOR AND TOUGHNESS OF POLY(VINYLIDENE CHLORIDE) POLY(BUTYL METHACRYLATE) COMPOSITES PREPARED BY THE CONCENTRATED EMULSION APPROACH”, Polymer 35, 4343-4348 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “SINTERING AND CATALYTIC IMPLICATIONS - A SURFACE THERMODYNAMICS APPROACH”, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 88, 33-52 (1994).
  • R. Tsekov, E. Ruckenstein, “STOCHASTIC DYNAMICS OF A SUBSYSTEM INTERACTING WITH A SOLID BODY WITH APPLICATION TO DIFFUSIVE PROCESSES IN SOLIDS”, J. Chem. Phys. 100, 1450-1455 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, A. Z. Khan, “SYNERGISTIC EFFECTS OF SUPERBASIC CATALYSTS ON THE SELECTIVE FORMATION OF ACRYLONITRILE VIA OXIDATIVE METHYLATION OF ACETONITRILE WITH METHANE”, J. Catal. 145, 390-401 (1994). link
  • R. Tsekov, E. Ruckenstein, “DIMPLE FORMATION AND ITS EFFECT ON THE RATE OF DRAINAGE IN THIN LIQUID-FILMS”, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 82, 255-261 (1994). link
  • P. G. Smirniotis, E. Ruckenstein, “SYNERGISM OF PT/GAMMA-AL2O3 AND PT/BETA ZEOLITE IN THE REFORMING OF NAPHTHENES”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 33, 493-503 (1994). link
  • R. Tsekov, E. Ruckenstein, “RESONANT DIFFUSION OF MOLECULES IN SOLIDS”, J. Chem. Phys. 100, 3808-3812 (1994). link
  • P. G. Smirniotis, E. Ruckenstein, “COMPARISON OF THE PERFORMANCE OF ZSM-5, BETA-ZEOLITE, Y, USY, AND THEIR COMPOSITES IN THE CATALYTIC CRACKING OF N-OCTANE, 2,2,4-TRIMETHYLPENTANE, AND 1-OCTENE”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 33, 800-813 (1994). link
  • X. Wang, E. Ruckenstein, “IMMOBILIZATION OF PHANEROCHAETE-CHRYSOSPORIUM ON POROUS POLYURETHANE PARTICLES WITH APPLICATION TO BIODEGRADATION OF 2-CHLOROPHENOL”, Biotechnol. Tech. 8, 339-344 (1994). link
  • F. M. Sun, E. Ruckenstein, “MEMBRANES OF BLOCK-COPOLYMER POLY(DIVINYLBENZENE) BLENDS FOR THE PERVAPORATION OF ALCOHOL-WATER MIXTURES”, J. Membr. Sci. 90, 275-282 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, R. Tsekov, “DIFFUSION OF ATOMS AND DIMERS ON METAL-SURFACES”, J. Chem. Phys. 100, 7696-7699 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “THERMODYNAMICS OF MICROEMULSIONS REVISITED”, Langmuir 10, 1777-1779 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, X. B. Wang, “PRODUCTION OF LIGNIN PEROXIDASE BY PHANEROCHAETE-CHRYSOSPORIUM IMMOBILIZED ON POROUS POLY(STYRENE-DIVINYLBENZENE) CARRIER AND ITS APPLICATION TO THE DEGRADING OF 2-CHLOROPHENOL”, Biotechnol. Bioeng. 44, 79-86 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Q. Li, “TOUGHENED POLYSTYRENE COMPOSITES BY THE CONCENTRATED EMULSION PATHWAY”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 52, 1949-1958 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, A. Bhakta, “CLUSTERING AND ITS EFFECTS ON ADSORPTION”, Langmuir 10, 2694-2698 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, L. Hong, “CONDUCTING RUBBER-LIKE COPOLYMER CARBON-FIBER COMPOSITES”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 53, 923-932 (1994). link
  • P. G. Smirniotis, E. Ruckenstein, “OF THE PLATINUM/ALUMINUM SITES RATIO ON THE PERFORMANCE OF PLATINUM BETA-ZEOLITE IN THE REFORMING OF ALKYLCYCLOPENTANES”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 117, 75-96 (1994). link
  • J. Rajaiah, E. Ruckenstein, G. F. Andrews, E. O. Forster, R. K. Gupta, “RHEOLOGY OF STERICALLY STABILIZED CERAMIC SUSPENSIONS”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 33, 2336-2340 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “THERMAL AND DIFFUSION BOUNDARY-LAYERS IN VISCOELASTIC FLOWS”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 33, 2331-2335 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, L. A. Hong, “INVERTED EMULSION PATHWAY TO POLYPYRROLE AND POLYPYRROLE ELASTOMER COMPOSITES”, Synth. Met. 66, 249-256 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. Q. Li, “RUBBER-TOUGHENED STYRENE-METHYL METHACRYLATE BUTYL METHACRYLATE COMPOSITES BY THE CONCENTRATED EMULSION PATHWAY”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 54, 561-568 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “CONCENTRATED EMULSION PATHWAY TO TOUGHENED POLYMERIC MATERIALS”, Rev. Roum. Chim. 39, 1279-1289 (1994).
  • R. Tsekov, E. Ruckenstein, “BROWNIAN DYNAMICS IN AMORPHOUS SOLIDS”, J. Chem. Phys. 101, 7844-7849 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, F. M. Sun, “ANOMALOUS SORPTION AND PERVAPORATION OF AQUEOUS-ORGANIC MIXTURES BY POLY (VINYL ACETAL) MEMBRANES”, J. Membr. Sci. 95, 207-219 (1994). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “ON THE STABILITY OF CONCENTRATED, NONAQUEOUS DISPERSIONS”, Colloids Surf. 69, 271-275 (1993). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, A. B. Schmidt, “COLLECTIVE INTERACTIONS AMONG COLLOIDAL PARTICLES WITH PH-DEPENDENT CHARGES - A SYMMETRIZED POISSON-BOLTZMANN APPROACH”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 155, 37-42 (1993). link
  • P. G. Smirniotis, E. Ruckenstein, “PLATINUM IMPREGNATED ZEOLITE-BETA AS A REFORMING CATALYST”, Catal. Lett. 17, 341-347 (1993).
  • E. Ruckenstein, A. Z. Khan, “SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF BIALKALI METAL CHLORIDES PROMOTED MAGNESIA ON OXIDATIVE COUPLING OF METHANE”, Catal. Lett. 18, 27-35 (1993). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, S. Y. Yang, “PROCESSABLE CONDUCTIVE POLYPYRROLE POLY(ALKYL METHACRYLATE) COMPOSITES PREPARED BY AN EMULSION PATHWAY”, Polymer 34, 4655-4660 (1993). link
  • P. G. Smirniotis, E. Ruckenstein, “THE ACTIVITY OF COMPOSITE CATALYSTS - THEORY AND EXPERIMENTS FOR SPHERICAL AND CYLINDRICAL SINGLE PELLETS”, Chem. Eng. Sci. 48, 585-593 (1993). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, S. Y. Yang, “AN EMULSION PATHWAY TO ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE POLYANILINE POLYSTYRENE COMPOSITES”, Synth. Met. 53, 283-292 (1993). link
  • G. Xu, E. Ruckenstein, “EMULSION PATHWAY FOR GELATIN CROSS-LINKING”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 47, 1343-1348 (1993). link
  • H. Z. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “AGING OF SURFACTANT MODIFIED TITANIUM GELS”, Colloid Polym. Sci. 271, 298-306 (1993). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, L. Hong, “POLYMERS WITH HYDROPHILIC AND HYDROPHOBIC POLYMERIC SIDE-CHAINS”, Macromolecules 26, 1363-1368 (1993). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, G. Xu, “POLYSTYRENE GELATIN COMPOSITES PREPARED VIA A GEL PATHWAY”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 47, 1925-1931 (1993). link
  • P. G. Smirniotis, E. Ruckenstein, “COMPARISON BETWEEN ZEOLITE-BETA AND GAMMA-AL2O3 SUPPORTED PT FOR REFORMING REACTIONS”, J. Catal. 140, 526-542 (1993). link
  • A. Z. Khan, E. Ruckenstein, “SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF BIALKALI-PROMOTED MGO OR CAO ON OXIDATIVE METHYLATION OF TOLUENE WITH METHANE - A SELECTIVE ROUTE TO STYRENE AND ETHYLBENZENE”, J. Chem. Soc.-Chem. Commun. , 587-589 (1993). link
  • F. M. Sun, E. Ruckenstein, “PREPARATION OF HIGH-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT MONODISPERSE POLYSTYRENE LATEXES BY CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 48, 1279-1288 (1993). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, A. Z. Khan, “EFFECTS OF SUPERBASIC CATALYSTS PREPARED BY PROMOTING MGO WITH BIALKALI METAL-COMPOUNDS ON THE OXIDATIVE COUPLING OF METHANE”, J. Catal. 141, 628-647 (1993). link
  • S. Y. Yang, E. Ruckenstein, “PROCESSABLE CONDUCTIVE COMPOSITES OF POLYANILINE POLY(ALKYL METHACRYLATE) PREPARED VIA AN EMULSION METHOD”, Synth. Met. 59, 1-12 (1993). link
  • L. Hong, E. Ruckenstein, “FUMED SILICA AS STABILIZER OF PRECURSOR EMULSIONS USED TO PREPARE POLYMER LATEXES”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 48, 1773-1780 (1993). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, F. Sun, “OPTIMIZATION OF THE MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES OF POLYMERIC COMPOSITE MEMBRANES PREPARED VIA EMULSION PATHWAYS”, J. Membr. Sci. 81, 191-201 (1993). link
  • N. L. Wu, H. D. Yu, Y. D. Yao, E. Ruckenstein, “LOW-TEMPERATURE YBA2CU4O8-TO-YBA2CU3O7 DECOMPOSITION PROCESS FOR ENHANCED INTRAGRAIN AND INTERGRAIN CRITICAL-CURRENT DENSITIES IN Y-BA-CU-O/AG COMPOSITES”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 63, 687-689 (1993). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, A. Z. Khan, “SELECTIVE FORMATION OF ACRYLONITRILE VIA OXIDATIVE METHYLATION OF ACETONITRILE WITH METHANE OVER SUPERBASIC CATALYSTS”, J. Chem. Soc.-Chem. Commun. , 1290-1292 (1993). link
  • A. Z. Khan, E. Ruckenstein, “A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF OXIDATIVE METHYLATION OF TOLUENE WITH METHANE TO STYRENE AND ETHYLBENZENE OVER BI-ALKALI-PROMOTED MGO, CAO, SRO OR BAO”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 102, 233-251 (1993). link
  • L. Hong, E. Ruckenstein, “ONIUM CHAINS SILICA AS CATALYTIC SUPPORT - APPLICATION TO HYDROFORMYLATION”, J. Catal. 143, 52-63 (1993). link
  • A. Z. Khan, E. Ruckenstein, “OXIDATIVE METHYLATION OF TOLUENE WITH METHANE OVER SUPERBASIC CATALYSTS - A SELECTIVE ROUTE TO STYRENE AND ETHYLBENZENE THROUGH ALTERNATIVE FEEDSTOCKS”, J. Catal. 143, 1-21 (1993). link
  • P. G. Smirniotis, E. Ruckenstein, “THE PERFORMANCE OF PT/BETA ZEOLITE AND PT/GAMMA-AL2O3 COMPOSITE PELLETS IN THE REFORMING OF METHYLCYCLOPENTANE AND METHYLCYCLOHEXANE”, Chem. Eng. Sci. 48, 3263-3272 (1993). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, WANG X, “LIPASE IMMOBILIZED ON HYDROPHOBIC POROUS POLYMER SUPPORTS PREPARED BY CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION AND THEIR ACTIVITY IN THE HYDROLYSIS OF TRIACYLGLYCERIDES”, Biotechnol. Bioeng. 42, 821-828 (1993). link
  • WANG X, E. Ruckenstein, “ON THE GEL EFFECT IN THE PRESENCE OF A CHAIN TRANSFER AGENT IN METHYL-METHACRYLATE POLYMERIZATION AND ITS COPOLYMERIZATION WITH VARIOUS ACRYLATES”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 49, 2179-2188 (1993). link
  • S. Y. Yang, E. Ruckenstein, “PREPARATION AND MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES OF ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE POLYPYRROLE POLY(ETHYLENE-CO-VINYL ACETATE) COMPOSITES”, Synth. Met. 60, 249-254 (1993). link
  • L. Hong, E. Ruckenstein, “LIQUID POLYMER CATALYST IMMOBILIZED ON POLYMER-COATED SILICA - APPLICATION TO HYDROFORMYLATION”, J. Chem. Soc.-Chem. Commun. , 1486-1487 (1993). link
  • F. M. Sun, E. Ruckenstein, “SEPARATION OF WATER-ETHANOL MIXTURES BY PERVAPORATION THROUGH COMPOSITE MEMBRANES PREPARED BY CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION - IMPROVEMENT OF THE PERMEATION RATE WITH A POROGEN”, J. Membr. Sci. 85, 59-69 (1993). link
  • R. Tsekov, E. Ruckenstein, “EFFECT OF THERMAL FLUCTUATIONS ON THE STABILITY OF DRAINING THIN-FILMS”, Langmuir 9, 3264-3269 (1993). link
  • X. Wang, E. Ruckenstein, “PREPARATION OF POROUS POLYURETHANE PARTICLES AND THEIR USE IN ENZYME IMMOBILIZATION”, Biotechnol. Prog. 9, 661-665 (1993). link
  • J. H. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “GENERATION OF POROUS POLYMER SURFACES BY SOLVENT NONSOLVENT TREATMENT”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 45, 377-386 (1992). link
  • P. G. Smirniotis, E. Ruckenstein, “CATALYTIC CRACKING OF GAS OIL - EFFECT OF THE AMOUNT OF ZEOLITE IN COMPOSITE CATALYSTS”, Chem. Eng. Commun. 116, 171-191 (1992). link
  • L. Hong, E. Ruckenstein, “POLYMER-SUPPORTED QUATERNARY ONIUM SALTS CATALYSTS PREPARED VIA CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION”, Polymer 33, 1968-1975 (1992). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, L. Hong, “BINDING CATALYTIC SITES TO THE SURFACE OF POROUS POLYMERS AND SOME CATALYTIC APPLICATIONS”, Chem. Mat. 4, 122-127 (1992). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. H. Chen, “SURFACTANT MODIFICATION OF THE SURFACE ENERGETICS OF HYDROPHOBIC POLYMERS AND PROTEIN ADSORPTION”, J. Adhes. Sci. Technol. 6, 611-623 (1992). link
  • A. Z. Khan, E. Ruckenstein, “METHANE OXIDATIVE COUPLING OVER BISMUTH OXYCHLORIDE-LITHIUM CARBONATE-MAGNESIA SYSTEMS”, Catal. Lett. 13, 95-102 (1992). link
  • P. Yarlagadda, C. R. F. Lund, E. Ruckenstein, “THE SYNTHESIS AND CRACKING BEHAVIOR OF ZEOLITE-AMORPHOUS SILICA-ALUMINA COMPOSITES PREPARED USING GELS WITH HIGH ALUMINA AND LOW ORGANIC TEMPLATE CONTENT”, J. Catal. 133, 28-41 (1992). link
  • B. Nowakowski, E. Ruckenstein, “SPREADING OF LIQUIDS ON HORIZONTAL FIBERS WITHOUT AND WITH GRAVITY EFFECTS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 148, 273-279 (1992). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. S. Park, “STABLE CONCENTRATED EMULSIONS AS PRECURSORS FOR HYDROPHILIC HYDROPHOBIC POLYMER COMPOSITES”, Polymer 33, 405-417 (1992). link
  • H. Z. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “SURFACTANT-MODIFIED HYDROUS TITANIUM-OXIDE GELS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 148, 382-397 (1992). link
  • L. Hong, E. Ruckenstein, “PREPARATION OF POLYMER-SUPPORTED CATALYSTS CONTAINING PHOSPHORUS PALLADIUM COMPLEXES AND QUATERNARY ONIUM GROUPS, AND THEIR APPLICATION TO THE VINYLATION REACTION”, React. Polym. 16, 181-197 (1992). link
  • J. S. Park, E. Ruckenstein, “CONDUCTING POLYHETEROCYCLE COMPOSITES BASED ON POROUS HOSTS”, J. Electron. Mater. 21, 205-215 (1992). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. H. Chen, “COMPOSITE MEMBRANES PREPARED BY CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION AND THEIR USE FOR PERVAPORATION SEPARATION OF WATER-ACETIC ACID MIXTURES”, J. Membr. Sci. 66, 205-210 (1992). link
  • B. Nowakowski, E. Ruckenstein, “A KINETIC TREATMENT OF HETEROGENEOUS NUCLEATION”, J. Phys. Chem. 96, 2313-2316 (1992). link
  • A. B. Schmidt, E. Ruckenstein, “SYMMETRIZED POISSON-BOLTZMANN EQUATION FOR MIXTURES CONTAINING COLLOIDAL PARTICLES AND AN ELECTROLYTE”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 150, 169-177 (1992). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, B. Nowakowski, “SIZE-DEPENDENT RATE OF DESORPTION OF MOLECULES FROM SUPPORTED METAL CRYSTALLITES”, Langmuir 8, 1470-1474 (1992). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, L. Hong, “HYDROPHILIC RECOGNITION BY POLYMER-SUPPORTED PHASE-TRANSFER CATALYSTS AND ITS EFFECT ON REACTION ACTIVITY AND SELECTIVITY”, J. Catal. 136, 378-391 (1992). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, A. B. Schmidt, “ION BINDING BY CHARGED-PARTICLES IN THEIR DIFFUSE LAYER BASED ON A SYMMETRIZED POISSON-BOLTZMANN APPROACH”, J. Chem. Soc.-Faraday Trans. 88, 2365-2369 (1992). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF CAVITY AND ICEBERG FORMATIONS TO HYDROPHOBIC BONDING”, Colloids Surf. 65, 95-99 (1992). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, L. Hong, “CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION PATHWAY TO HYDROPHOBIC AND HYDROPHILIC MICROSPONGE MOLECULAR RESERVOIRS”, Chem. Mat. 4, 1032-1037 (1992). link
  • J. Rajaiah, G. Andrews, E. Ruckenstein, R. K. Gupta, “THERMAL-CONDUCTIVITY OF CONCENTRATED, STERICALLY STABILIZED SUSPENSIONS”, Chem. Eng. Sci. 47, 3863-3868 (1992). link
  • I. Sushumna, R. K. Gupta, E. Ruckenstein, “EFFECTIVE DISPERSANTS FOR CONCENTRATED, NONAQUEOUS SUSPENSIONS”, J. Mater. Res. 7, 2884-2893 (1992). link
  • G. Xu, E. Ruckenstein, “GELATIN-BASED COMPOSITE POLYMERS”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 46, 683-689 (1992). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, G. Xu, “IMMOBILIZATION OF LIPASE IN COMPOSITES OF GELATIN AND POLYSTYRENE VIA AN EMULSION-GEL PATHWAY”, Biotechnol. Tech. 6, 555-560 (1992).
  • A. Z. Khan, E. Ruckenstein, “INVESTIGATION OF OXIDATIVE COUPLING OF METHANE OVER BISMUTH OXYCHLORIDE, SAMARIUM CHLORIDE, OR MANGANESE CHLORIDE SUPPORTED ON LITHIUM-CARBONATE MAGNESIA SYSTEMS”, J. Catal. 138, 322-342 (1992). link
  • A. Z. Khan, E. Ruckenstein, “OXIDATIVE COUPLING OF METHANE OVER ALKALI-METAL CHLORIDE PROMOTED ZIRCONIA - EFFECT OF THE PREPARATION METHOD”, Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 90, 199-207 (1992). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, F. Sun, “A NEW CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION PATHWAY”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 46, 1271-1277 (1992). link
  • H. Z. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “THE CONDUCTIVITY AND THE ADSORPTION CAPACITY OF SURFACTANT MODIFIED HYDROUS TITANIUM-OXIDE GELS”, Colloids Surf. 68, 179-188 (1992). link
  • L. Hong, E. Ruckenstein, “IMPROVING THE COOPERATION OF COCATALYSTS BY LOCATING THEM ON DIFFERENT UNITS OF A COPOLYMER”, J. Mol. Catal. 77, 273-282 (1992). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “DYNAMICS OF PARTIAL WETTING”, Langmuir 8, 3038-3039 (1992). link
  • G. Panagiotis, G. Smirniotis, E. Ruckenstein, “OPTIMUM DILUTION PROFILES OF COMPOSITE ZEOLITES IN PACKED-BEDS”, Chem. Eng. Commun. 106, 119-138 (1991).
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. H. Chen, “POLYPYRROLE CONDUCTIVE COMPOSITES PREPARED BY COPRECIPITATION”, Polymer 32, 1230-1235 (1991). link
  • B. Nowakowski, E. Ruckenstein, “A KINETIC APPROACH TO THE THEORY OF NUCLEATION IN GASES”, J. Chem. Phys. 94, 1397-1402 (1991). link
  • S. O. Ogundiran, S. Varanasi, E. Ruckenstein, “MODELING OF ENZYME-POTENTIOMETRIC SENSORS INVOLVING ACID-FORMING OR BASE-FORMING REACTIONS”, Biotechnol. Bioeng. 37, 160-176 (1991). link
  • P. Karpe, E. Ruckenstein, “THE ENZYMATIC SUPERACTIVITY IN REVERSE MICELLES - ROLE OF THE DIELECTRIC-CONSTANT”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 141, 534-552 (1991). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. S. Park, “NEW METHOD FOR THE PREPARATION OF THICK CONDUCTING POLYMER COMPOSITES”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 42, 925-934 (1991). link
  • B. Nowakowski, E. Ruckenstein, “COMPARISON AMONG VARIOUS APPROACHES TO THE CALCULATION OF THE NUCLEATION RATE”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 142, 599-601 (1991). link
  • J. H. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “SURFACE MODIFICATION BY A 2-PHASE DEPOSITION OF A SURFACTANT”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 142, 544-553 (1991). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, C. T. Cheung, “RAPID FORMATION OF YBA2CU3O7-X UNDER PARTIAL VACUUM AND VIA A 2-STEP PROCEDURE”, Supercond. Sci. Technol. 4, 183-187 (1991). link
  • I. Sushumna, R. K. Gupta, E. Ruckenstein, “STABLE, HIGHLY CONCENTRATED SUSPENSIONS FOR ELECTRONIC AND CERAMIC MATERIALS APPLICATIONS”, J. Mater. Res. 6, 1082-1093 (1991). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, H. H. Chen, “PREPARATION OF A WATER-PERMSELECTIVE COMPOSITE MEMBRANE BY THE CONCENTRATED EMULSION METHOD - ITS SWELLING AND PERMSELECTIVITY CHARACTERISTICS”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 42, 2429-2434 (1991). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, P. Karpe, “ENZYMATIC SUPERACTIVITY AND SUBACTIVITY IN NONIONIC REVERSE MICELLES”, J. Phys. Chem. 95, 4869-4882 (1991). link
  • B. Nowakowski, E. Ruckenstein, “HOMOGENEOUS NUCLEATION IN GASES - A 3-DIMENSIONAL FOKKER-PLANCK EQUATION FOR EVAPORATION FROM CLUSTERS”, J. Chem. Phys. 94, 8487-8492 (1991). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, B. Nowakowski, “A UNIDIMENSIONAL FOKKER-PLANCK APPROXIMATION IN THE TREATMENT OF NUCLEATION IN GASES”, Langmuir 7, 1537-1541 (1991). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. S. Park, “THE ELECTROMAGNETIC-INTERFERENCE SHIELDING OF POLYPYRROLE IMPREGNATED CONDUCTING POLYMER COMPOSITES”, Polym. Compos. 12, 289-292 (1991). link
  • H. H. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “EFFECT OF THE NATURE OF THE HYDROPHOBIC OIL PHASE AND SURFACTANT IN THE FORMATION OF CONCENTRATED EMULSIONS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 145, 260-269 (1991). link
  • B. Nowakowski, E. Ruckenstein, “TIME-DEPENDENT CLUSTER DISTRIBUTION IN NUCLEATION”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 145, 182-190 (1991). link
  • H. Z. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “A NEW TYPE OF HYDROUS TITANIUM-OXIDE ADSORBENT”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 145, 581-590 (1991). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. S. Park, “POLYTHIOPHENE AND POLYTHIOPHENE-BASED CONDUCTING COMPOSITES”, Synth. Met. 44, 293-306 (1991). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. H. Chen, “EFFECT OF A SURFACE-ACTIVE PYRROLE ON THE CONDUCTIVITY OF POLYPYRROLE COMPOSITES”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 43, 1209-1218 (1991). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, N. Churaev, “A POSSIBLE HYDRODYNAMIC ORIGIN OF THE FORCES OF HYDROPHOBIC ATTRACTION”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 147, 535-538 (1991). link
  • R. Nagarajan, E. Ruckenstein, “THEORY OF SURFACTANT SELF-ASSEMBLY - A PREDICTIVE MOLECULAR THERMODYNAMIC APPROACH”, Langmuir 7, 2934-2969 (1991). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. S. Park, “THE SEPARATION OF WATER ETHANOL MIXTURES BY PERVAPORATION THROUGH HYDROPHILIC HYDROPHOBIC COMPOSITE MEMBRANES”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 40, 213-220 (1990). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, R. Chillakuru, “RETENTION STUDIES AND PROTEIN SEPARATION BY POTENTIAL BARRIER CHROMATOGRAPHY”, Sep. Sci. Technol. 25, 207-242 (1990). link
  • J. S. Park, E. Ruckenstein, “ENCAPSULATION OF SOLID PARTICLES BY THE CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION METHOD”, Polymer 31, 175-179 (1990). link
  • C. T. Cheung, E. Ruckenstein, “THE FORMATION AND ROLE OF A PHASE WITH GLASSY APPEARANCE IN THE TL-CA-BA-CU SYSTEM”, J. Mater. Res. 5, 245-250 (1990). link
  • J. H. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “SOLVENT-STIMULATED SURFACE REARRANGEMENT OF POLYURETHANES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 135, 496-507 (1990). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, P. Karpe, “ENHANCED ENZYMATIC-ACTIVITY IN REVERSE MICELLES”, Biotechnol. Lett. 12, 241-246 (1990).
  • D. Tseng, E. Ruckenstein, “STRUCTURE AND SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF BABIO3 DOPED WITH ALKALI IONS”, J. Mater. Res. 5, 742-745 (1990). link
  • P. Yarlagadda, C. R. F. Lund, E. Ruckenstein, “OLIGOMERIZATION OF ETHENE AND PROPENE OVER COMPOSITE ZEOLITE CATALYSTS”, Appl. Catal. 62, 125-139 (1990). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, B. Nowakowski, “A KINETIC-THEORY OF NUCLEATION IN LIQUIDS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 137, 583-592 (1990). link
  • G. Narsimhan, E. Ruckenstein, “ON THE SMOLUCHOWSKI LIMIT IN BROWNIAN COAGULATION OF AEROSOLS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 138, 294-294 (1990). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “SPHERICAL SHAPE INSTABILITY INDUCED CHANGES IN THE STRUCTURE OF MICROEMULSIONS”, Colloid Polym. Sci. 268, 847-854 (1990). link
  • H. H. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “CORRELATION BETWEEN THE STABILITY OF CONCENTRATED EMULSIONS AND THE INTERFACIAL FREE-ENERGY BETWEEN THE 2 PHASES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 138, 473-479 (1990). link
  • C. T. Cheung, E. Ruckenstein, “FORMATION ROUTE OF HIGHER MEMBER PHASES FROM LOWER ONES IN THE TL-CA-BA-CU-O SYSTEM”, J. Mater. Res. 5, 1860-1870 (1990). link
  • P. Yarlagadda, C. R. F. Lund, E. Ruckenstein, “DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES AND SELECTIVITIES OF SILICA-ALUMINA CATALYSTS SYNTHESIZED IN AQUEOUS AND ALCOHOL SOLVENTS”, J. Catal. 125, 421-426 (1990). link
  • B. Nowakowski, E. Ruckenstein, “RATE OF NUCLEATION IN LIQUIDS FOR FCC AND ICOSAHEDRAL CLUSTERS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 139, 500-507 (1990). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, P. Karpe, “ON THE ENZYMATIC SUPERACTIVITY IN IONIC REVERSE MICELLES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 139, 408-436 (1990). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, P. Karpe, “ON THE MEANING OF ENZYMATIC SUPERACTIVITY IN REVERSE MICELLES”, Biotechnol. Lett. 12, 817-820 (1990). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. S. Park, “CONCENTRATED EMULSIONS PATHWAYS TO POLYMER BLENDING”, Polymer 31, 2397-2401 (1990). link
  • N. L. Wu, E. Ruckenstein, S. Narain, “THE EFFECTS OF WET PROCESSING ON THE SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF YBA2CU3O7-X POWDERS”, Supercond. Sci. Technol. 1, 276-279 (1989). link
  • S. Narain, E. Ruckenstein, “EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON THE FORMATION OF THALLIUM-BASED SUPERCONDUCTORS”, Supercond. Sci. Technol. 2, 236-248 (1989). link
  • C. T. Cheung, E. Ruckenstein, “SUPERCONDUCTOR-SUBSTRATE INTERACTIONS OF THE Y-BA-CU OXIDE”, J. Mater. Res. 4, 1-15 (1989). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “SOME UNSTEADY HEAT-TRANSFER PROBLEMS SOLVED BY A SIMPLE SIMILARITY TRANSFORMATION”, Chem. Eng. Commun. 84, 159-172 (1989). link
  • P. Karpe, E. Ruckenstein, “ROLE OF ELECTROKINETIC PHENOMENA IN THE PREPARATION OF SUPPORTED METAL-CATALYSTS”, Colloid Polym. Sci. 267, 145-150 (1989). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, S. Narain, N. L. Wu, “REACTION PATHWAYS FOR THE FORMATION OF THE YBA2CU3O7-X COMPOUND”, J. Mater. Res. 4, 267-272 (1989). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. H. Chen, “KINETICALLY CAUSED SATURATION IN THE DEPOSITION OF CELLS - EFFECTS OF SATURATION AT THE SECONDARY MINIMUM AND OF EXCLUDED AREA”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 128, 592-601 (1989). link
  • G. Narsimhan, E. Ruckenstein, “A NEW APPROACH FOR THE PREDICTION OF THE RATE OF NUCLEATION IN LIQUIDS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 128, 549-565 (1989). link
  • D. Tseng, E. Ruckenstein, “SOME IMPROVEMENT IN THE TC OF BISMUTH-BASED SUPERCONDUCTING COMPOUNDS”, Mater. Lett. 8, 69-71 (1989). link
  • V. Lesins, E. Ruckenstein, “GRADIENT FLOW PROGRAMMING - A COUPLING OF GRADIENT ELUTION AND FLOW PROGRAMMING”, J. Chromatogr., A 467, 1-14 (1989). link
  • K. J. Kim, E. Ruckenstein, “PREPARATION OF LATEX CARRIERS FOR CONTROLLED RELEASE BY CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 38, 441-452 (1989). link
  • J. S. Park, E. Ruckenstein, “SELECTIVE PERMEATION THROUGH HYDROPHOBIC-HYDROPHILIC MEMBRANES”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 38, 453-461 (1989). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “EMULSION PATHWAYS TO COMPOSITE POLYMERIC MEMBRANES FOR SEPARATION PROCESSES”, Colloid Polym. Sci. 267, 792-797 (1989). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, C. T. Cheung, “REACTION PATHWAYS IN THE FORMATION OF THE TL-CA-BA-CU SUPERCONDUCTING PHASES”, J. Mater. Res. 4, 1116-1122 (1989). link
  • J. H. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “OPTIMUM IMMERSION TIME IN THE SURFACE MODIFICATION OF POLYMERS BY THE 2-LIQUID DEPOSITION OF DIBLOCK COPOLYMERS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 132, 100-112 (1989). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, S. Narain, “PREPARATION OF XRD SINGLE-PHASE THALLIUM 2-1-2-2 AND 2-2-2-3 COMPOUNDS BY A 2-STEP HEATING METHOD”, Mater. Lett. 8, 421-424 (1989). link
  • P. Yarlagadda, C. R. F. Lund, E. Ruckenstein, “CONVERSION OF METHANOL TO HYDROCARBONS OVER SILICA-ALUMINA - SELECTIVE FORMATION OF LOWER OLEFINS”, Appl. Catal. 54, 139-157 (1989). link
  • V. Lesins, E. Ruckenstein, “CHROMATOGRAPHIC PROBING OF PROTEIN SORBENT INTERACTIONS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 132, 566-577 (1989). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, P. Karpe, “CONTROL OF METAL DISTRIBUTION IN SUPPORTED CATALYSTS BY PH, IONIC-STRENGTH, AND COIMPREGNATION”, Langmuir 5, 1393-1407 (1989). link
  • N. L. Wu, Y. Deryao, S. N. Lee, S. Y. Wong, E. Ruckenstein, “SYNTHESIS OF TL2CA1BA2CU1+106+2-1, TL2CA2BA2CU2+106+2-2 (N=1,2) FROM STOICHIOMETRIC REACTANT MIXTURES”, Physica C 161, 302-312 (1989). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, G. Ebert, G. Platz, “PHASE-BEHAVIOR AND STABILITY OF CONCENTRATED EMULSIONS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 133, 432-441 (1989). link
  • A. Sharma, E. Ruckenstein, “DEWETTING OF SOLIDS BY THE FORMATION OF HOLES IN MACROSCOPIC LIQUID-FILMS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 133, 358-368 (1989). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, K. J. Kim, “COPOLYMERIZATION OF STYRENE AND METHACRYLIC-ACID IN CONCENTRATED EMULSIONS”, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 27, 4375-4388 (1989). link
  • A. Sharma, E. Ruckenstein, “DYNAMICS AND LIFETIMES OF THIN EVAPORATING LIQUID-FILMS - SOME NON-LINEAR EFFECTS”, PCH, PhysicoChem. Hydrodyn. 10, 675-691 (1988).
  • E. Ruckenstein, S. H. Lee, “THE BEHAVIOR OF MODEL AG/AL2O3 CATALYSTS IN VARIOUS CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENTS”, J. Catal. 109, 100-119 (1988). link
  • A. Sharma, E. Ruckenstein, “EFFECTS OF SURFACTANTS ON WAVE-INDUCED DRAINAGE OF FOAM AND EMULSION FILMS”, Colloid Polym. Sci. 266, 60-69 (1988). link
  • S. Varanasi, S. O. Ogundiran, E. Ruckenstein, “AN ALGEBRAIC EQUATION FOR THE STEADY-STATE RESPONSE OF ENZYME PH ELECTRODES AND FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS”, Biosensors 3, 269-295 (1988). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. A. Beunen, “EFFECT OF COUNTERION BINDING ON MICELLIZATION”, Langmuir 4, 77-90 (1988). link
  • I. Sushumna, E. Ruckenstein, “EVENTS OBSERVED AND EVIDENCE FOR CRYSTALLITE MIGRATION IN PT/AL2O3 CATALYSTS”, J. Catal. 109, 433-462 (1988). link
  • V. Lesins, E. Ruckenstein, “PROTEIN COATED ADSORBENTS FOR USE IN POTENTIAL BARRIER CHROMATOGRAPHY - FOULING CHROMATOGRAPHY”, Biotechnol. Prog. 4, 12-24 (1988). link
  • N. L. Wu, E. Ruckenstein, L. Q. Wang, P. Mattocks, “THE EFFECTS OF ALKALI IMPURITIES ON THE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND POWDER CHARACTERISTICS OF YBA2CU3O7”, Mater. Lett. 6, 211-216 (1988). link
  • K. J. Kim, E. Ruckenstein, “PREPARATION OF POLYACRYLAMIDE LATEXES BY CONCENTRATED EMULSION POLYMERIZATION”, Makromol. Chem., Rapid Commun. 9, 285-290 (1988).
  • E. Ruckenstein, D. B. Chung, “SURFACE MODIFICATION BY A 2-LIQUID PROCESS DEPOSITION OF A-B-BLOCK COPOLYMERS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 123, 170-185 (1988). link
  • N. L. Wu, S. Narain, E. Ruckenstein, “PURITY IMPROVEMENT OF THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTING POWDERS BY SEDIMENTATION”, Mater. Lett. 6, 321-326 (1988). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, K. J. Kim, “POLYMERIZATION IN GEL-LIKE EMULSIONS”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 36, 907-923 (1988). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, A. Sharma, “DYNAMICS OF FLOCCULATION DUE TO AN ADDED IMMISCIBLE LIQUID”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 125, 295-306 (1988). link
  • S. H. Lee, E. Ruckenstein, “ADSORPTION OF PROTEINS ONTO POLYMERIC SURFACES OF DIFFERENT HYDROPHILICITIES - A CASE-STUDY WITH BOVINE SERUM-ALBUMIN”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 125, 365-379 (1988). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, A. K. Mallick, “THE DIFFUSION-COEFFICIENT AND THE ADSORPTION AND DESORPTION RATE CONSTANTS OF OXYGEN IN YBA2CU3O6.9”, Mater. Lett. 7, 122-126 (1988). link
  • S. Narain, N. L. Wu, E. Ruckenstein, “OPTIMUM PROCESSING CONDITIONS FOR THE PURIFICATION OF THE YBA2CU3O7-X POWDER BY THE SEDIMENTATION METHOD”, Mater. Lett. 7, 119-121 (1988). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. S. Park, “HYDROPHILIC-HYDROPHOBIC POLYMER COMPOSITES”, J. Polym. Sci., Part C: Polym. Lett. 26, 529-536 (1988). link
  • C. T. Cheung, E. Ruckenstein, “INTERACTIONS OF THE Y-BA-CU-O SUPERCONDUCTOR WITH VARIOUS OXIDE AND METALLIC SUBSTRATES”, Mater. Lett. 7, 172-177 (1988). link
  • N. L. Wu, E. Ruckenstein, “A NEW METHOD FOR THE PREPARATION OF THE SUPERCONDUCTING TL2CABA2CU2O8 COMPOUND”, Mater. Lett. 7, 169-171 (1988). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, N. L. Wu, “A 2-STEP CALCINATION METHOD FOR PREPARING YBA2CU3O7-X POWDERS”, Mater. Lett. 7, 165-168 (1988). link
  • V. Lesins, E. Ruckenstein, “PATCH CONTROLLED ATTRACTIVE ELECTROSTATIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SIMILARLY CHARGED PROTEINS AND ADSORBENTS”, Colloid Polym. Sci. 266, 1187-1190 (1988). link
  • G. Narsimhan, E. Ruckenstein, “A POSSIBLE NUCLEATION TYPE OF MECHANISM FOR THE GROWTH OF SMALL AEROSOL-PARTICLES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 116, 288-295 (1987). link
  • G. Narsimhan, E. Ruckenstein, “DISSOCIATION KINETICS OF DOUBLETS OF AEROSOL-PARTICLES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 116, 278-287 (1987). link
  • S. Varanasi, R. L. Stevens, E. Ruckenstein, “DESIGN OF ENZYME-PH ELECTRODES”, AIChE J. 33, 558-572 (1987). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, S. H. Lee, “EFFECT OF THE STRONG METAL SUPPORT INTERACTIONS ON THE BEHAVIOR OF MODEL NICKEL/TITANIA CATALYSTS”, J. Catal. 104, 259-278 (1987). link
  • S. H. Lee, E. Ruckenstein, “STABILITY OF POLYMERIC SURFACES SUBJECTED TO ULTRAVIOLET-IRRADIATION”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 117, 172-178 (1987). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. V. Rao, “INTERFACIAL-TENSION OF OIL BRINE SYSTEMS IN THE PRESENCE OF SURFACTANT AND COSURFACTANT”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 117, 104-119 (1987). link
  • S. H. Lee, E. Ruckenstein, “SIMULATION OF THE BEHAVIOR OF SUPPORTED METAL-CATALYSTS IN REAL REACTION ATMOSPHERES BY MEANS OF MODEL CATALYSTS”, J. Catal. 107, 23-81 (1987). link
  • I. V. Rao, E. Ruckenstein, “ON THE VALIDITY OF THE OPTIMUM MICELLE SIZE APPROACH IN THE STUDY OF MICELLAR SOLUTIONS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 119, 211-227 (1987). link
  • A. Sharma, E. Ruckenstein, “CRITICAL THICKNESS AND LIFETIMES OF FOAMS AND EMULSIONS - ROLE OF SURFACE WAVE-INDUCED THINNING”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 119, 14-29 (1987). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, A. Sharma, “A NEW MECHANISM OF FILM THINNING - ENHANCEMENT OF REYNOLDS VELOCITY BY SURFACE-WAVES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 119, 1-13 (1987). link
  • A. Sharma, E. Ruckenstein, “STABILITY, CRITICAL THICKNESS, AND THE TIME OF RUPTURE OF THINNING FOAM AND EMULSION FILMS”, Langmuir 3, 760-768 (1987). link
  • N. L. Wu, E. Ruckenstein, “THE EFFECT OF SAMPLE PREPARATION ON THE PREFERRED ORIENTATION OF POLYCRYSTALLINE YBA2CU3O7”, Mater. Lett. 5, 432-435 (1987). link
  • I. Sushumna, E. Ruckenstein, “REDISPERSION OF PT/ALUMINA VIA FILM FORMATION”, J. Catal. 108, 77-96 (1987). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, S. H. Lee, “ESTIMATION OF THE EQUILIBRIUM SURFACE FREE-ENERGY COMPONENTS OF RESTRUCTURING SOLID-SURFACES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 120, 153-161 (1987). link
  • S. H. Lee, E. Ruckenstein, “SURFACE RESTRUCTURING OF POLYMERS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 120, 529-536 (1987). link
  • S. H. Jun, E. Ruckenstein, “SEPARATION OF A MULTICOMPONENT MIXTURE OF PROTEINS BY POTENTIAL BARRIER CHROMATOGRAPHY (PBC)”, Sep. Sci. Technol. 21, 111-138 (1986). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. Sushumna, “MULTILAYER SURFACE-FILMS COEXISTING WITH CRYSTALLITES IN MODEL FE/AL2O3 CATALYSTS”, J. Catal. 97, 1-24 (1986). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “INTERACTIONS AND SURFACE PHENOMENA IN SUPPORTED METAL-CATALYSTS”, ACS Symp. Ser. 298, 152-168 (1986).
  • S. H. Lee, E. Ruckenstein, “OPTIMUM DESIGN OF ZEOLITE SILICA-ALUMINA CATALYSTS”, Chem. Eng. Commun. 46, 43-64 (1986). link
  • S. V. Gourisankar, E. Ruckenstein, “SURFACE CHARACTERIZATION OF SOLIDS IN THE AQUEOUS ENVIRONMENT”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 109, 591-593 (1986). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, S. V. Gourisankar, “SURFACE RESTRUCTURING OF POLYMERIC SOLIDS AND ITS EFFECT ON THE STABILITY OF THE POLYMER WATER INTERFACE”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 109, 557-566 (1986). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, I. V. Rao, “EFFECT OF SOLVENT ON THE STABILITY OF MIXTURES OF STERICALLY STABILIZED DISPERSIONS AND FREE POLYMERS”, Colloids Surf. 17, 185-205 (1986). link
  • G. Narsimhan, E. Ruckenstein, “HYDRODYNAMICS, ENRICHMENT, AND COLLAPSE IN FOAMS”, Langmuir 2, 230-238 (1986). link
  • R. Nagarajan, M. Barry, E. Ruckenstein, “UNUSUAL SELECTIVITY IN SOLUBILIZATION BY BLOCK COPOLYMER MICELLES”, Langmuir 2, 210-215 (1986). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, V. Lesins, “PROTEIN SEPARATION BY POTENTIAL BARRIER CHROMATOGRAPHY”, Biotechnol. Bioeng. 28, 432-451 (1986). link
  • A. Sharma, E. Ruckenstein, “THE ROLE OF LIPID ABNORMALITIES, AQUEOUS AND MUCUS DEFICIENCIES IN THE TEAR FILM BREAKUP, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR TEAR SUBSTITUTES AND CONTACT-LENS TOLERANCE”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 111, 8-34 (1986). link
  • G. Narsimhan, E. Ruckenstein, “EFFECT OF BUBBLE-SIZE DISTRIBUTION ON THE ENRICHMENT AND COLLAPSE IN FOAMS”, Langmuir 2, 494-508 (1986). link
  • A. Sharma, E. Ruckenstein, “FINITE-AMPLITUDE INSTABILITY OF THIN FREE AND WETTING FILMS - PREDICTION OF LIFETIMES”, Langmuir 2, 480-494 (1986). link
  • A. Sharma, E. Ruckenstein, “AN ANALYTICAL NONLINEAR-THEORY OF THIN-FILM RUPTURE AND ITS APPLICATION TO WETTING FILMS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 113, 456-479 (1986). link
  • I. V. Rao, E. Ruckenstein, “MICELLIZATION BEHAVIOR IN THE PRESENCE OF ALCOHOLS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 113, 375-387 (1986). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, S. V. Gourisankar, “PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THIN-FILM SURFACE-COATINGS FOR BIOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENTS”, Biomaterials 7, 403-422 (1986). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, D. Schiby, “EFFECT OF THE EXCLUDED VOLUME OF THE HYDRATED IONS ON DOUBLE-LAYER FORCES”, Langmuir 1, 612-615 (1985). link
  • D. Schiby, E. Ruckenstein, “ADSORPTION FROM MULTICOMPONENT LIQUIDS - EFFECT OF THE SIZES OF THE MOLECULES ON THE ADSORPTION-ISOTHERMS”, Colloids Surf. 15, 17-33 (1985). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “ONSET OF CHAOS IN THE STRUCTURE OF MICROEMULSIONS”, ACS Symp. Ser. 272, 21-32 (1985).
  • E. Ruckenstein, X. D. Hu, “MECHANISM OF REDISPERSION OF SUPPORTED METAL-CATALYSTS IN OXIDATIVE ATMOSPHERES”, Langmuir 1, 756-760 (1985). link
  • G. Narsimhan, E. Ruckenstein, “THE BROWNIAN COAGULATION OF AEROSOLS OVER THE ENTIRE RANGE OF KNUDSEN NUMBERS - CONNECTION BETWEEN THE STICKING PROBABILITY AND THE INTERACTION FORCES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 104, 344-369 (1985). link
  • A. Sharma, E. Ruckenstein, “MECHANISM OF TEAR FILM RUPTURE AND FORMATION OF DRY SPOTS ON CORNEA”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 106, 12-27 (1985). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, S. V. Gourisankar, “ENVIRONMENTALLY INDUCED RESTRUCTURING OF POLYMER SURFACES AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THEIR WETTING CHARACTERISTICS IN AN AQUEOUS ENVIRONMENT”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 107, 488-502 (1985). link
  • G. Narsimhan, E. Ruckenstein, “MONTE-CARLO SIMULATION OF BROWNIAN COAGULATION OVER THE ENTIRE RANGE OF PARTICLE SIZES FROM NEAR MOLECULAR TO COLLOIDAL - CONNECTION BETWEEN COLLISION EFFICIENCY AND INTERPARTICLE FORCES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 107, 174-193 (1985). link
  • I. V. Rao, E. Ruckenstein, “PHASE-BEHAVIOR OF MIXTURES OF STERICALLY STABILIZED COLLOIDAL DISPERSIONS AND FREE POLYMER”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 108, 389-402 (1985). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “PHASE-BEHAVIOR OF MICROEMULSIONS - DERIVATION OF EXPRESSIONS FOR THE NATURAL RADIUS AND FOR THE INTERFACIAL-TENSION BETWEEN MICROEMULSION AND THE EXCESS DISPERSED PHASE”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 118, 435-440 (1985). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, A. Ramagopal, “ANOMALOUS HEAT-TRANSFER AND DRAG IN LAMINAR-FLOW OF VISCOELASTIC FLUIDS”, J. Non-Newton. Fluid Mech. 17, 145-155 (1985). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “THERMODYNAMICS OF MICROEMULSIONS - RELATION BETWEEN THEIR STRUCTURE AND PHASE-BEHAVIOR”, Fluid Phase Equilib. 20, 189-206 (1985). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, P. Rajora, “OPTIMIZATION OF THE ACTIVITY IN POROUS-MEDIA OF PROTON-GENERATING IMMOBILIZED ENZYMATIC-REACTIONS BY WEAK ACID FACILITATION”, Biotechnol. Bioeng. 27, 807-817 (1985). link
  • A. Sharma, E. Ruckenstein, “MECHANISM OF TEAR FILM RUPTURE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR CONTACT-LENS TOLERANCE”, Am. J. Optom. Physiol. Optic. 62, 246-253 (1985).
  • I. Sushumna, E. Ruckenstein, “ROLE OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL INTERACTIONS IN THE BEHAVIOR OF SUPPORTED METAL-CATALYSTS - IRON ON ALUMINA - A CASE-STUDY”, J. Catal. 94, 239-288 (1985). link
  • K. R. Krovvidi, A. Muscat, P. Stroeve, E. Ruckenstein, “TRANSPORT OF MONOMER SURFACTANT MOLECULES AND HINDERED DIFFUSION OF MICELLES THROUGH POROUS MEMBRANES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 100, 497-505 (1984). link
  • S. H. Jun, E. Ruckenstein, “SEPARATION OF IMMUNOGLOBULINS BY POTENTIAL BARRIER CHROMATOGRAPHY”, Sep. Sci. Technol. 19, 531-543 (1984). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, V. Sasidhar, “ACID GENERATING IMMOBILIZED ENZYMIC REACTIONS IN POROUS MEDIA-ACTIVITY CONTROL VIA AUGMENTATION OF PROTON DIFFUSION BY WEAK ACIDS”, Chem. Eng. Sci. 39, 1185-1200 (1984). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, S. H. Lee, “REDISPERSION AND MIGRATION OF NI SUPPORTED ON ALUMINA”, J. Catal. 86, 457-464 (1984). link
  • I. Sushumna, E. Ruckenstein, “OSCILLATIONS IN CRYSTALLITE SHAPE DURING HEATING IN HYDROGEN OF MODEL IRON ALUMINA CATALYSTS”, J. Catal. 90, 241-255 (1984). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. A. Beunen, “CAN NEGATIVE SURFACE EXCESSES OF SURFACTANT BE A CAUSE OF MINIMA IN OIL-WATER INTERFACIAL-TENSION”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 98, 55-60 (1984). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “ON 2 CRITICAL FLOCCULATION CONCENTRATIONS OF COLLOIDS IN DILUTE SYSTEMS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 99, 270-277 (1984). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, S. V. Gourisankar, “A SURFACE ENERGETIC CRITERION OF BLOOD COMPATIBILITY OF FOREIGN SURFACES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 101, 436-451 (1984). link
  • V. Lesins, E. Ruckenstein, “CONTROL OF THE INTERACTION POTENTIAL FOR IMPROVED RESOLUTION IN POTENTIAL BARRIER CHROMATOGRAPHY”, Sep. Sci. Technol. 19, 219-240 (1984). link
  • P. J. Nandapurkar, E. Ruckenstein, “EFFECT OF DILUTION ON THE ACTIVITY OF DILUTED POROUS CATALYSTS”, Chem. Eng. Sci. 39, 371-380 (1984). link
  • R. Nagarajan, M. A. Chaiko, E. Ruckenstein, “LOCUS OF SOLUBILIZATION OF BENZENE IN SURFACTANT MICELLES”, J. Phys. Chem. 88, 2916-2922 (1984). link
  • M. A. Chaiko, R. Nagarajan, E. Ruckenstein, “SOLUBILIZATION OF SINGLE-COMPONENT AND BINARY-MIXTURES OF HYDROCARBONS IN AQUEOUS MICELLAR SOLUTIONS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 99, 168-182 (1984). link
  • V. Sasidhar, E. Ruckenstein, “RELAXATION METHOD FOR FACILITATED TRANSPORT”, J. Membr. Sci. 13, 67-84 (1983). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “THERMODYNAMICALLY STABLE DISPERSIONS - MICELLIZATION, SOLUBILIZATION, AND MICROEMULSIONS”, Ann.NY Acad.Sci. 404, 224-246 (1983). link
  • S. Roy, E. Ruckenstein, P. Stroeve, “DIFFUSION OF A NON-IONIC SURFACTANT THROUGH POLYMERIC NONPOROUS AND POROUS MEMBRANES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 92, 383-395 (1983). link
  • D. Schiby, E. Ruckenstein, “ON THE COUPLING BETWEEN THE DOUBLE-LAYER AND THE SOLVENT POLARIZATION-FIELDS”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 100, 277-281 (1983).
  • E. Ruckenstein, W. J. Hassink, S. Murthy, V. Gourisankar, “THE COMBINED EFFECT OF DIFFUSION AND EVAPORATION ON THE MOLECULAR DISTILLATION OF IDEAL BINARY-LIQUID MIXTURES”, Sep. Sci. Technol. 18, 523-545 (1983). link
  • H. H. Lee, E. Ruckenstein, “CATALYST SINTERING AND REACTOR DESIGN”, Catal. Rev.-Sci. Eng. 25, 475-550 (1983). link
  • R. Nagarajan, E. Ruckenstein, “RELATION BETWEEN THE TRANSITION POINT IN MICELLAR SIZE DISTRIBUTION, THE CMC, AND THE COOPERATIVITY OF MICELLIZATION”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 91, 500-506 (1983). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, D. Schiby, “ON THE ORIGIN OF REPULSIVE HYDRATION FORCES BETWEEN 2 MICA PLATES”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 95, 439-443 (1983). link
  • D. Schiby, E. Ruckenstein, “THE ROLE OF THE POLARIZATION LAYERS IN HYDRATION FORCES”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 95, 435-438 (1983). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, P. Rajora, “ON THE NO-SLIP BOUNDARY-CONDITION OF HYDRODYNAMICS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 96, 488-491 (1983). link
  • J. A. Beunen, E. Ruckenstein, “A MODEL FOR COUNTERION BINDING TO IONIC MICELLAR AGGREGATES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 96, 469-487 (1983). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, S. Gourisankar, R. E. Baier, “A NON-DESTRUCTIVE APPROACH TO CHARACTERIZE DEPOSITS ON VARIOUS SURFACES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 96, 245-250 (1983). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “AN EXPLANATION FOR THE UNUSUAL PHASE-BEHAVIOR OF MICROEMULSIONS”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 98, 573-576 (1983). link
  • T. Halachev, E. Ruckenstein, “THE ROLE OF ALLOYING ON THE RATE OF METHANATION OF CO”, J. Mol. Catal. 14, 387-390 (1982). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, D. B. Dadyburjor, “ADSORPTION-ISOTHERMS AND CATALYST SELECTIVITY FOR A UNIFORM SURFACE - THE ROLE OF MULTIPLE LANDING AREAS”, Chem. Eng. Commun. 14, 59-89 (1982). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, R. Srinivasan, “POTENTIAL BARRIER CHROMATOGRAPHY - AN HPLC METHOD FOR PROTEIN SEPARATIONS”, Sep. Sci. Technol. 17, 763-783 (1982). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “CONDITIONS FOR SPREADING AS SINGLE MOLECULES OR AS A THIN PLANAR DROP”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 86, 573-574 (1982). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, V. Sasidhar, “TRANSIENT-BEHAVIOR OF FACILITATED TRANSPORT THROUGH LIQUID MEMBRANES”, J. Membr. Sci. 12, 27-50 (1982). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, T. Halachev, “INTERACTIONS BETWEEN COADSORBED SPECIES ON THE RH(111) SURFACE AS A FUNCTION OF THE SEPARATION DISTANCE BETWEEN THEM”, Surf. Sci. 122, 422-432 (1982). link
  • T. Halachev, E. Ruckenstein, “DISSOCIATIVE CHEMISORPTION OF O-2 ON TRANSITION-METAL CLUSTERS IN THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF SUBSURFACE OXYGEN AND THE EFFECT OF CLUSTER SIZE”, J. Mol. Catal. 16, 149-165 (1982). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, R. Srinivasan, “COMMENTS ON CELL-ADHESION TO BIOMATERIAL SURFACES - THE ORIGIN OF SATURATION IN PLATELET DEPOSITION - IS IT KINETIC OR THERMODYNAMIC”, J. Biomed. Mater. Res. 16, 169-172 (1982). link
  • J. A. Beunen, E. Ruckenstein, “THE EFFECT OF SALTING OUT AND MICELLIZATION ON INTERFACIAL-TENSION”, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 16, 201-231 (1982). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, D. G. Kalthod, “IMMOBILIZED ENZYMES - ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS ON REACTION-RATES IN A POROUS-MEDIUM”, Biotechnol. Bioeng. 24, 2357-2382 (1982). link
  • D. G. Kalthod, E. Ruckenstein, “IMMOBILIZED ENZYMES - ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS ON REACTION-RATES UNDER EXTERNAL DIFFUSION”, Biotechnol. Bioeng. 24, 2189-2213 (1982). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “PREDICTION OF RATES OF HEAT OR MASS-TRANSFER IN COMPLEX SITUATIONS BY INTERPOLATING BETWEEN SIMPLER LIMITING CASES”, Chem. Eng. Sci. 37, 1505-1511 (1982). link
  • T. Halachev, E. Ruckenstein, “POISONING AND PROMOTING EFFECTS OF ADDITIVES ON THE CATALYTIC BEHAVIOR OF METAL-CLUSTERS”, J. Catal. 73, 171-186 (1982). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. J. Chen, “WETTING PHENOMENA DURING ALTERNATING HEATING IN O-2 AND H-2 OF SUPPORTED METAL CRYSTALLITES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 86, 1-11 (1982). link
  • D. B. Dadyburjor, E. Ruckenstein, “ROLE OF MULTIPLE LANDING AREAS FOR ADSORPTION IN FACILE OR DEMANDING ACTIVITY AND SELECTIVITY OF A HETEROGENEOUS CATALYST”, J. Phys. Chem. 85, 3396-3406 (1981). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “THE PHYSICAL MEANING OF THE EXPONENTS IN EXPRESSIONS FOR THE HEAT OR MASS-TRANSFER COEFFICIENTS”, Chem. Eng. Commun. 10, 77-80 (1981). link
  • T. D. Halachev, E. Ruckenstein, “EFFECTS OF CHEMISORPTION OF ELECTRON-ACCEPTOR ELEMENTS ON THE STABILITY OF PLATINUM CLUSTERS”, Surf. Sci. 108, 292-310 (1981). link
  • R. Nagarajan, E. Ruckenstein, “SOLUBILIZATION AS A SEPARATION PROCESS”, Sep. Sci. Technol. 16, 1429-1465 (1981). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “THERMODYNAMICS OF MICROEMULSIFICATION WITH IONIC SURFACTANTS”, J. Dispersion Sci. Technol. 2, 1-25 (1981). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, M. C. Tsai, “OPTIMUM PORE-SIZE FOR THE CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF LARGE MOLECULES”, AIChE J. 27, 697-699 (1981). link
  • J. J. Chen, E. Ruckenstein, “SINTERING OF PALLADIUM ON ALUMINA MODEL CATALYST IN A HYDROGEN ATMOSPHERE”, J. Catal. 69, 254-273 (1981). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. J. Chen, “SPREADING AND SURFACE-TENSION GRADIENT DRIVEN PHENOMENA DURING HEATING OF ALUMINA-SUPPORTED PALLADIUM CRYSTALLITES IN OXYGEN”, J. Catal. 70, 233-236 (1981). link
  • R. Srinivasan, E. Ruckenstein, “KINETICALLY CAUSED SATURATION IN THE DEPOSITION OF PARTICLES OR CELLS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 79, 390-398 (1981). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “ON THE THERMODYNAMICS OF DOUBLE-LAYER FORCES IN OPEN AND CLOSED SYSTEMS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 82, 490-498 (1981). link
  • V. Sasidhar, E. Ruckenstein, “ELECTROLYTE OSMOSIS THROUGH CAPILLARIES”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 82, 439-457 (1981). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, “CAN PHORETIC MOTIONS BE TREATED AS INTERFACIAL-TENSION GRADIENT DRIVEN PHENOMENA”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 83, 77-81 (1981). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, R. Nagarajan, “CRITICAL MICELLE CONCENTRATION AND THE TRANSITION POINT FOR MICELLAR SIZE DISTRIBUTION”, J. Phys. Chem. 85, 3010-3014 (1981). link
  • D. G. Kalthod, E. Ruckenstein, “COMBINED EFFECT OF FREQUENCY OF MIXING AND FREQUENCY OF CHEMICAL-REACTION ON THE RATE OF MASS-TRANSFER AT A FREE LIQUID INTERFACE”, Chem. Eng. Commun. 7, 195-210 (1980). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, R. Krishnan, “THE EQUILIBRIUM RADIUS OF MICRO-EMULSIONS FORMED WITH IONIC SURFACTANTS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 75, 476-492 (1980). link
  • R. Srinivasan, E. Ruckenstein, “ROLE OF PHYSICAL FORCES IN HYDROPHOBIC INTERACTION CHROMATOGRAPHY”, Sep. Purif. Methods 9, 267-370 (1980). link
  • W. N. Gill, E. Ruckenstein, H. P. Hsieh, “HOMOGENEOUS MODELS FOR POROUS CATALYSTS AND TUBULAR REACTORS WITH HETEROGENEOUS REACTIONS”, Chem. Eng. Sci. 30, 685-694 (1975). link
  • E. Ruckenstein, J. C. Chi, “CONDITIONS FOR SIZE SPECTRUM OF AEROSOLS TO BE SELF-PRESERVING”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 50, 508-518 (1975). link
  • C. A. Miller, E. Ruckenstein, “ORIGIN OF FLOW DURING WETTING OF SOLIDS”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 48, 368-373 (1974). link

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