David H. Wang
David H. Wang
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Photomechanical response of glassy azobenzene polyimide networks
DH Wang, KM Lee, Z Yu, H Koerner, RA Vaia, TJ White, LS Tan
Macromolecules 44 (10), 3840-3846, 2011
Enhancement of photogenerated mechanical force in azobenzene‐functionalized polyimides
KM Lee, DH Wang, H Koerner, RA Vaia, LS Tan, TJ White
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51 (17), 4117-4121, 2012
Polymer design for high temperature shape memory: Low crosslink density polyimides
H Koerner, RJ Strong, ML Smith, DH Wang, LS Tan, KM Lee, TJ White, ...
Polymer 54 (1), 391-402, 2013
Large-scale self-assembly of dispersed nanodiamonds
H Huang, L Dai, DH Wang, LS Tan, E Osawa
Journal of Materials Chemistry 18 (12), 1347-1352, 2008
Multiwalled carbon nanotubes and nanofibers grafted with polyetherketones in mild and viscous polymeric acid
SJ Oh, HJ Lee, DK Keum, SW Lee, DH Wang, SY Park, LS Tan, JB Baek
Polymer 47 (4), 1132-1140, 2006
Thermal− electrical character of in situ synthesized polyimide-grafted carbon nanofiber composites
MJ Arlen, D Wang, JD Jacobs, R Justice, A Trionfi, JWP Hsu, D Schaffer, ...
Macromolecules 41 (21), 8053-8062, 2008
Contactless, photoinitiated snap-through in azobenzene-functionalized polymers
MR Shankar, ML Smith, VP Tondiglia, KM Lee, ME McConney, DH Wang, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (47), 18792-18797, 2013
High‐temperature and high‐energy‐density dipolar glass polymers based on sulfonylated poly (2, 6‐dimethyl‐1, 4‐phenylene oxide)
Z Zhang, DH Wang, MH Litt, LS Tan, L Zhu
Angewandte Chemie 130 (6), 1544-1547, 2018
In-Situ Grafting of Hyperbranched Poly(ether ketone)s onto Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes via the A3 + B2 Approach
JY Choi, SJ Oh, HJ Lee, DH Wang, LS Tan, JB Baek
Macromolecules 40 (13), 4474-4480, 2007
Impact of backbone rigidity on the photomechanical response of glassy, azobenzene-functionalized polyimides
DH Wang, JJ Wie, KM Lee, TJ White, LS Tan
Macromolecules 47 (2), 659-667, 2014
Nanocomposites derived from a low-color aromatic polyimide (CP2) and amine-functionalized vapor-grown carbon nanofibers: in situ polymerization and characterization
DH Wang, MJ Arlen, JB Baek, RA Vaia, LS Tan
Macromolecules 40 (17), 6100-6111, 2007
Electrothermal polymer nanocomposite actuators
AT Sellinger, DH Wang, LS Tan, RA Vaia
Advanced Materials 22 (31), 3430-3435, 2010
Nanocomposites based on vapor-grown carbon nanofibers and an epoxy: Functionalization, preparation and characterization
DH Wang, S Sihn, AK Roy, JB Baek, LS Tan
European polymer journal 46 (7), 1404-1416, 2010
In-situ nanocomposite synthesis: arylcarbonylation and grafting of primary diamond nanoparticles with a poly (ether− ketone) in polyphosphoric acid
DH Wang, LS Tan, H Huang, L Dai, E Osawa
Macromolecules 42 (1), 114-124, 2009
Enhancing electrical energy storage using polar polyimides with nitrile groups directly attached to the main chain
I Treufeld, DH Wang, BA Kurish, LS Tan, L Zhu
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2 (48), 20683-20696, 2014
Dielectric characteristics of polyimide CP2
JD Jacobs, MJ Arlen, DH Wang, Z Ounaies, R Berry, LS Tan, PH Garrett, ...
Polymer 51 (14), 3139-3146, 2010
Synthesis and characterization of high nitrile content polyimides as dielectric films for electrical energy storage
DH Wang, BA Kurish, I Treufeld, L Zhu, LS Tan
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 53 (3), 422-436, 2015
Synthesis and properties of polyimides containing multiple alkyl side chains
DH Wang, Z Shen, M Guo, SZD Cheng, FW Harris
Macromolecules 40 (4), 889-900, 2007
Tailoring the photomechanical response of glassy, azobenzene-functionalized polyimides by physical aging
BKM Lee, H Koerner, DH Wang, LS Tan, TJ White, RA Vaia
Macromolecules 45 (18), 7527-7534, 2012
Direct measurement of the percolation probability in carbon nanofiber-polyimide nanocomposites
A Trionfi, DH Wang, JD Jacobs, LS Tan, RA Vaia, JWP Hsu
Physical review letters 102 (11), 116601, 2009
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