Faculty Profiles

Dorian Canelas
Assistant Professor of the Practice of Chemistry
Office: 
1223 French Family Science Cen, 124 Science Drive, Box 3236, Durham, NC 27708
Phone: 
(919) 660-1528
Fax: 
(919) 660-1605

Overview

Education:

Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1997

B.S., Northeastern University 1993

Research Areas:
Education

O'Neill, ML, Yates, MZ, Harrison, KL, Johnston, KP, Canelas, DA, Betts, DE, DeSimone, JM, and Wilkinson, SP. "Emulsion stabilization and flocculation in CO2. 1. Turbidimetry and tensiometry." Macromolecules 30.17 (1997): 5050-5059.

McClain, JB, Betts, DE, Canelas, DA, Samulski, ET, DeSimone, JM, Londono, JD, Cochran, HD, Wignall, GD, Chillura-Martino, D, and Triolo, R. "Design of Nonionic Surfactants for Supercritical Carbon Dioxide." Science 274.5295 (December 20, 1996): 2049-2052.

Canelas, DA, and DeSimone, JM. "Siloxane-based stabilizers for the dispersion polymerization of styrene in supercritical carbon dioxide." American Chemical Society, Polymer Preprints, Division of Polymer Chemistry 37.2 (1996): 542-543.

Chillura-Martino, D, Triolo, R, McClain, JB, Combes, JR, Betts, DE, Canelas, DA, DeSimone, JM, Samulski, ET, Cochran, HD, Londono, JD, and Wignall, GD. "Neutron scattering characterization of homopolymers and graft-copolymer micelles in supercritical carbon dioxide." Journal of Molecular Structure 383.1-3 (1996): 3-10. Full Text

McClain, JB, Londono, D, Combes, JR, Romack, TJ, Canelas, DA, Betts, DE, Wignall, GD, Samulski, ET, and DeSimone, JM. "Solution properties of a CO2-soluble fluoropolymer via small angle neutron scattering." Journal of the American Chemical Society 118.4 (1996): 917-918.

Canelas, DA, Betts, DE, and DeSimone, JM. "Dispersion polymerization of styrene in supercritical carbon dioxide: Importance of effective surfactants." Macromolecules 29.8 (1996): 2818-2821.

Shaffer, KA, Jones, TA, Canelas, DA, DeSimone, JM, and Wilkinson, SP. "Dispersion polymerizations in carbon dioxide using siloxane-based stabilizers." Macromolecules 29.7 (1996): 2704-2706. Full Text

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