Kei Saito
Kei Saito
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Photo-reversible dimerisation reactions and their applications in polymeric systems
G Kaur, P Johnston, K Saito
Polymer Chemistry 5 (7), 2171-2186, 2014
1062014
Synthesis of a diamine cross-linker containing Diels–Alder adducts to produce self-healing thermosetting epoxy polymer from a widely used epoxy monomer
N Bai, K Saito, GP Simon
Polymer Chemistry 4 (3), 724-730, 2013
962013
Synthesis, properties and performance of organic polymers employed in flocculation applications
VH Dao, NR Cameron, K Saito
Polymer Chemistry 7 (1), 11-25, 2016
792016
Oxidative Polymerization of 2, 6‐Dimethylphenol To Form Poly (2, 6‐dimethyl‐1, 4‐phenyleneoxide) in Water
K Saito, T Tago, T Masuyama, H Nishide
Angewandte Chemie 116 (6), 748-751, 2004
752004
Chemical depolymerization of lignin involving the redistribution mechanism with phenols and repolymerization of depolymerized products
S Nanayakkara, AF Patti, K Saito
Green Chemistry 16 (4), 1897-1903, 2014
632014
Recent developments in chemical degradation of lignin: catalytic oxidation and ionic liquids
J Dai, AF Patti, K Saito
Tetrahedron Letters 57 (45), 4945-4951, 2016
462016
First synthesis of high molecular weight poly (2, 6-difluoro-1, 4-phenylene oxide) by oxidative polymerization
K Oyaizu, Y Kumaki, K Saito, E Tsuchida
Macromolecules 33 (16), 5766-5769, 2000
442000
Lignin depolymerization with phenol via redistribution mechanism in ionic liquids
S Nanayakkara, AF Patti, K Saito
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 2 (9), 2159-2164, 2014
432014
Catalyzed oxidative polymerization to form poly (2, 6-dimethyl-1, 4-phenylene oxide) in water using water-soluble copper complex
K Saito, N Kuwashiro, H Nishide
Polymer 47 (19), 6581-6584, 2006
422006
Investigation of the thermal self-healing mechanism in a cross-linked epoxy system
N Bai, GP Simon, K Saito
RSC advances 3 (43), 20699-20707, 2013
372013
Topochemical photo-reversible polymerization of a bioinspired monomer and its recovery and repolymerization after photo-depolymerization
P Johnston, C Braybrook, K Saito
Chemical Science 3 (7), 2301-2306, 2012
372012
TEMPO radical polymer grafted silicas as solid state catalysts for the oxidation of alcohols
K Saito, K Hirose, T Okayasu, H Nishide, MTW Hearn
RSC advances 3 (25), 9752-9756, 2013
362013
Bioinspired core‐crosslinked micelles from thymine‐functionalized amphiphilic block copolymers: Hydrogen bonding and photo‐crosslinking study
G Kaur, SLY Chang, TDM Bell, MTW Hearn, K Saito
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 49 (19), 4121-4128, 2011
342011
Oxidative polymerization to form poly (2, 6-dimethyl-1, 4-phenylene oxide) in water
K Saito, T Masuyama, H Nishide
Green Chemistry 5 (5), 535-538, 2003
342003
Core-bound polymeric micellar system based on photocrosslinking of thymine
K Saito, LR Ingalls, J Lee, JC Warner
Chemical communications, 2503-2505, 2007
312007
Depolymerization of Poly (2, 6‐dimethyl‐1, 4‐phenylene oxide) under Oxidative Conditions
K Saito, T Masuyama, K Oyaizu, H Nishide
Chemistry–A European Journal 9 (17), 4240-4246, 2003
282003
Immobilized horseradish peroxidase (I-HRP) as biocatalyst for oxidative polymerization of 2, 6-dimethylphenol
S Nanayakkara, Z Zhao, AF Patti, L He, K Saito
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 2 (8), 1947-1950, 2014
242014
Poly (vinylsulfonic acid)-grafted solid catalysts: new materials for acid-catalysed organic synthetic reactions
T Okayasu, K Saito, H Nishide, MTW Hearn
Green chemistry 12 (11), 1981-1989, 2010
242010
Synthesis and characterization of chitosan modified polyurethane bio-nanocomposites with biomedical potential
MA Javaid, RA Khera, KM Zia, K Saito, IA Bhatti, M Asghar
International journal of biological macromolecules 115, 375-384, 2018
232018
Preparation and electrochromatographic characterization of new chiral β-cyclodextrin poly (acrylamidopropyl) porous layer open tubular capillary columns
A Al-Hussin, RI Boysen, K Saito, MTW Hearn
Journal of Chromatography A 1358, 199-207, 2014
212014
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