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List of Publications

300+ papers in scientific journals, 60+ referred conference proceedings, 12 books and book chapters, 5 patents and 2 reports for industry

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  1. Synthesis and characterization of hairy aminated nanocrystalline cellulose. Koshani, R., Eiyegbenin, J. E., Wang, Y., & van de Ven, T.G.M. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 607, 134-144 (2022). 
  2. One-pot eco-friendly oxidative synthesis of imine carboxymethyl dialdehyde cellulosic fibers. Sichinga, M. C., Kline, T., Whitehead, M. A., & van de Ven, T.G.M. Cellulose, 1-17 (2022). 
  3. Chemisorption of basic fuchsine in packed beds of dialdehyde cellulose fibres. Sichinga, M. C., Koshani, R., & van de Ven, T.G.M. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 632, 127726 (2022). 
  4. Dendritic Fibrous Colloidal Silica Internally Cross-linked by Bivalent Organic Cations: An Efficient Support for Dye Removal and the Reduction of Nitrobenzene Derivatives. Nia, M. H., Kiasat, A. R., & van de Ven, T.G.M. Langmuir, 37(46), 13676-13688 (2021). 
  5. Influence of Carboxyl Charge Density on Properties of Extruded Cellulose Films. Moradian, M., Alam, M. N., & van de Ven, T.G.M. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 60(38), 13756-13763 (2021). 
  6. Production of textile filaments from carboxymethylated cellulosic pulps. Islam, M., Alam, M. N., & van de Ven, T.G.M. Cellulose, 28(14), 9475-9488 (2021). 
  7. Formation of hairy cellulose nanocrystals by cryogrinding. Mahrous, F., Koshani, R., Tavakolian, M., Conley, K., & van de Ven, T. G. M. Cellulose, 28(13), 8387-8403 (2021).
  8. Modified hairy nanocrystalline cellulose as photobactericidal nanofillers for food packaging application. Koshani, R., Zhang, J., van de Ven, T. G. M., Lu, X., & Wang, Y. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 9(31), 10513-10523 (2021). 
  9. Cotton-Based Flame-Retardant Textiles: A Review. Islam, M., & van de Ven, T. G. M.  BioResources, 16(2) (2021).
  10. Biotemplated Hollow Mesoporous Silica Particles as Efficient Carriers for Drug Delivery. Heidari Nia, M., Koshani, R., Munguia-Lopez, J. G., Kiasat, A. R., Kinsella, J. M., & van de Ven, T. G. M.  ACS Applied Bio Materials, 4(5), 4201-4214, (2021). 
  11. Insoluble regenerated cellulose films made from mildly carboxylated dissolving and Kraft pulps. Moradian, M., Islam, M. S., & van de Ven, T. G. M. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 60(15), 5385-5393 (2021). 
  12. Natural emulgel from dialdehyde cellulose for lipophilic drug delivery. Koshani, R., Tavakolian, M., & van de Ven, T. G. M. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 9(12), 4487-4497, (2021).
  13. Polyphenol-Peptide Interactions in Mitigation of Alzheimer’s Disease: Role of Biosurface-Induced Aggregation. Gaudreault, R., Hervé, V., van de Ven, T. G. M., Mousseau, N., & Ramassamy, C.  Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 81(1), 33-55, (2021).
  14. Cellulose-based dispersants and flocculants, R. Koshani, M. Tavakolian and T.G.M. van de Ven, Journal Materials Chemistry B (in press)
  15. Hybrid aerogel nanocomposite of dendritic colloidal silica and hairy nanocellulose: an effective dye adsorbent, M. Heidari Nia, M. Tavakolian, A. Kiasat, and T.G.M. van de Ven, Langmuir, 30 (40), 11963-11974 (2020)
  16. Highly absorbent antibacterial and biofilm-disrupting hydrogels from cellulose for wound dressing Applications, M. Tavakolian, J.G. Munguia-Lopez, A. Valiei, Md. Shahidul, J.M. Kinsella, N. Tufenkji and T.G.M. van de Ven, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 12 (36), 39991–40001 (2020)
  17. Going deep inside bioactive-loaded nanocarriers through Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, R. Koshani, S.M. Jafari, T.G.M. van de Ven, Trends in food Science and Technology, 101, 198-212 (2020)
  18. Carboxylated Cellulose Nanocrystals developed by Cu assisted H2O2 oxidation as green nanocarriers for efficient enzyme immobilization, R. Koshani and T. G.M. van de Ven, J. Agriculture and Food Chemistry 68 (21), 5938-5950 (2020)
  19. Sustainable cellulose-based hydrogel for dewatering of orange juice, Md. S, Islam, Md. N. Alam and T.G.M. van de Ven, Cellulose, 27 (13), 7637-7648 (2020)
  20. A review on surface-functionalized cellulosic nanostructures as biocompatible antibacterial materials, M. Tavakolian, S. M. Jafariand T.G.M. van de Ven, Nano-Micro Letters 12, 1-23 (2020)
  21. Dye removal using hairy nanocellulose: experimental and theoretical investigations, M. Tavakolian, H. Wiebe, M.A. Sadeghi and T.G.M. van de Ven, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 12, 4, 5040-5049 (2020)
  22. Exploration of driving mechanisms of equilibrium boron isotope fractionation in tourmaline group minerals and fluid: A density functional theory study, Y.-C. Li, H.-W. Chen, H.-Z. Wei, S.-Y. Jiang, M.R. Palmer, T.G.M. van de Ven, S. Hohl, J.-J. Ku and J. Ma, Chemical Geology, 536, article number:119466 (2020)
  23. Stimuli-responsive chitosan as an advantageous platform for efficient delivery of bioactive agents, P. Sabourian, M. Tavakolian, H. Yazdani, M. Frounchi, T.G.M. van de Ven, D. Maysinger and A. Kakkar, J. Controlled Release, 317, 216-223 (2020)
  24. Electroacoustic Characterization of Trimmed Hairy Nanocelluloses. R. Koshani and T. G. M. van de Ven. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 563, 252-260 (2019)
  25. Hairy cationic nanocrystalline cellulose as retention additive in recycled paper, C. Campano, P. Lopez-Exposito, A. Blanco, C. Negro, T.G.M. van de Ven, Cellulose 26 (10), 6275-6289 (2019)
  26. Hairy cationic nanocrystalline cellulose as a novel flocculant of clay, C. Campano, P. Lopez-Exposito, T.G.M. van de Ven, C. Negro and A. Blanco, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 545 (1), 153-161 (2019)
  27. Dendrimer directed assembly of dicarboxylated hairy nanocellulose, M. Tavakolian, J. Lerner,F. Medina,J. Frances,T.G.M. van de Ven and A. Kakkar, J. Colloid Interface Science 541 (1), 444-453 (2019)
  28. Microalgae harvesting with the novel flocculant hairy cationic nanocrystalline cellulose, P. Lopez-Exposito, C. Campano, T.G.M. van de Ven, C. Negro and A. Blanco, Colloids & Surfaces B. Biointerfaces, 178 (1), 329-336 (2019)
  29. Linear growth of self-assembled alternating oligopeptide nanotubes with self-locking building blocks, K. Conley, M.A. Whitehead and T.G.M. van de Ven, Molecular Simulation, 45 (7), 549-555 (2019)
  30. Biomimetic scale-resistant polymer nanocomposites: Towards universal additive-free scale inhibition, A. Sheikhi, A. Kakkar and T.G. M. van de Ven, J. Mater. Chem A 6, 10189-10195 (2018)
  31. Interaction of oxygen functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotube nanofluids with copper, A Karthikeyan, S. Coulombe, A.M. Kietzig, R.S. Stein and T.G.M. van de Ven, Carbon, 140, 201-209 (2018)
  32. Overcoming interfacial scaling using engineered nanocelluloses: A QCM-D study, A. Sheikhi, A.L.J. Olsson, N. Tufenkji, A. Kakkar and T.G.M. van de Ven, ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (40), 34553-34560 (2018)
  33. Developing antibacterial nanocrystalline cellulose using natural antibacterial agents, M. Tavakolian, M Okshevsky, T.G.M. van de Ven and N. Tufenkji, ACS applied materials & interfaces, 10 (40), 33827-33838 (2018)
  34. Rational design of molecularly engineered biomimetic threshold scale inhibitors, Amir Sheikhi, N. Li , S. L. Mejlsøe, Enzo Bomal, T.G.M. van de Ven and A. Kakkar, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 6, 24058 –24065 (2018)
  35. Biomimetic dendrimers for mineralization: rare fibrous amorphous calcium carbonate (ACC) and branch-and-bud ACC-vaterite polymorphs, A. Sheikhi, S. L. Mejlsøe, N. Li, E. Bomal, A. Kakkar and T.G.M. van de Ven, Materials Chemistry Frontiers, 2, 2081-2090 (2018)
  36. Mechanism of boron incorporation into calcites and associated isotope fractionation in a steady-state carbonate-seawater system, Y.-J. Wang, H.-Z. Wei, S.-Y. Jiang, T.G.M. van de Ven, B.-P. Ling, Y.-C. Li, Y.-B. Lin and Q. Guo, Applied Geochemistry 98, 221-236 (2018)
  37. Characterization of carboxylated cellulose nanocrystals isolated through catalyst assisted-H2O2 oxidation in a one-step procedure, R. Koshani, T.G.M. van de Ven and A. Madadlou, J. Agriculture and Food Chemistry 66 (29), 7692-7700 (2018)
  38. Colloidal starch and cellulose nanocrystals unite to improve the mechanical properties of paper: from enhanced coatings to reinforced nanocomposites. A. Sheikhi and T.G.M. van de Ven, ACS Applied Nano Materials ACS Applied Nano Materials 1 (4), 1841-1852 (2018)
  39. Nanoengineering colloidal and polymeric celluloses for threshold scale inhibition: towards universal biomass-based crystal modification. A. Sheikhi and T.G.M. van de Ven. Materials Horizons 5, 248 – 255 (2018)
  40. Colloidal nanotoolbox for molecularly regulated polymerization: chemorheology over 6 decades of viscoelasticity. A. Sheikhi, H. Yang, P.J. Carreau, and T.G.M. van de Ven. Mater. Horiz., 4, 1165-1170 (2017)
  41. Reversing the structural chirality of cellulosic nanomaterials, K.M. Conley, L. Godbout, M.A. Whitehead, T.G.M. van de Ven. Cellulose 24 (12), 5455-5462 (2017)
  42. Squishy nanotraps: hybrid cellulose nanocrystal-zirconium metallogels for controlled trapping of biomacromolecules, A. Sheikhi and T.G.M. van de Ven, Chemical Communication 53, 8747-8750 (2017)
  43. Design and synthesis of dendrimers with facile surface group functionalization, and an evaluation of their bactericidal efficacy, A. Kakkar, E. Ladd, A. Sheikhi, N. Li, and T.G.M. van de Ven, Molecules, 22 (6), 868-885 (2017)
  44. Gelation of crystalline nanocellulose in the presence of hydroxyethyl cellulose, G. Lenfant, M.C. Heuzey, T.G.M. van de Ven and P.J. Carreau, Can. J. Chem. Eng. 95, 1891-1900 (2017
  45. A comparative study of ECNC and CNC suspensions: Effect of salt on rheological properties, G. Lenfant, M.C. Heuzey, T.G.M. van de Ven and P.J. Carreau, Rheol. Acta 56 (1), 51–62 (2017)
  46. Probing the structural chirality of crystalline cellulose with induced circular dichroism. K. Conley, T,G.M. van de Ven, and M.A. Whitehead. Cellulose 24 (2), 479-486 (2017)
  47. Nanocellulose: What used to be cellulose micelles. R. Bordes and T.G.M. van de Ven, Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science, 29, 1-3 (2017)
  48. Colloidal aspects of Janus-like hairy cellulose nanocrystalloids, A. Sheikhi and T.G.M. van de Ven, Current opinions in colloid and surface science 29, 21-31 (2017)
  49. Rheology of dispersions of spheres and cellulose nanofibrils, L. Jowkarderis and T.G.M. van de Ven Journal of Science and Technology for Forest Products and Processes (J-For) 6 (2), 1-5 (2017)
  50. One-pot Green Synthesis of Anisotropic Silver Nanoparticles, Z. Hosseinidoust, M. Basnet, N. Tufenkji and T.G.M. van de Ven, Environmental Science: Nano 3, 1259 (2016)
  51. Reusable green adsorbent aerogel from crosslinked hairy nanocrystalline cellulose and modified chitosan for dye removal. H. Yang, A. Sheikhi, T.G.M. van de Ven, Langmuir, 32 (45), 11771-11779 (2016)
  52. Sustainable synthesis of vaterite using a forest nano-product, A. Sheikhi and T.G.M. van de Ven, J-For 5 (4), 62-66 (2016)
  53. Reminiscences of a paper chemist: past trends and future directions, T.G.M. van de Ven, J-For 5 (4), 6-13 (2016)
  54. Electronic structure calculations of twisted cellulose crystalloids, K. Conley, M.A. Whitehead and T.G.M. van de Ven, Journal of Science and Technology for Forest Products and Processes (J-For) 5 (4), 54-61 (2016)
  55. A Sensitivity Analysis of Wet-End Chemistry by Kinetic Calculations-A Case Study, Gaudreault, R., J-For, 5 (4), 14-23 (2016)
  56. Preparation of hairy cationic nanocrystalline cellulose, H. Yang and T.G.M. van de Ven, Cellulose 23, 1791–1801 (2016)
  57. K. Conley, M.A. Whitehead and T.G.M. van de Ven, Chemically peeling layers of cellulose nanocrystals by periodate and chlorite oxidation, Cellulose 23: 1553 (2016)
  58. Flocculation kinetics of precipitated calcium carbonate induced by electrosterically stabilized nanocrystalline cellulose, D. Chen and T. G.M. van de Ven, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 506, 789-793 (2016)
  59. Trapping it softly: ultrasoft zirconium metallogels for macromolecule entrapment and reconfiguration, A. Sheikhi and T.G.M. van de Ven, ACS Macro Letters 5 (8), 904-908 (2016)
  60. A leaf out of nature’s book: Hairy nanocelluloses for bioinspired mineralization, A. Sheikhi, A. Kakkar and T.G.M. van de Ven, Crystal Growth and Design 16 (8), 4627-4634 (2016)
  61. Hairy cellulose nanocrystalloids: A novel class of nanocellulose, T.G.M. van de Ven and A. Sheikhi, Nanoscale 8, 15101-15114 (2016)
  62. Effect of water vapor adsorption on electrical properties of carbon nanotube/nanocrystalline cellulose composites, S. Safari and T.G.M. van de Ven, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 8(14), 9483–9489 (2016)
  63. Transparent films prepared from chemically modified cellulose fibers, G. Sim, Y. Liu and T.G.M. van de Ven, Cellulose 23 (3), 2011-2024 (2016)
  64. Morphological changes of sterically stabilized nanocrystalline cellulose after periodate oxidation, D. Chen and T.G.M. van de Ven, Cellulose 23, 1051–1059 (2016)
  65. A bottom-up route to a chemically end-to-end assembly of nanocellulose fibers, H. Yang and T.G.M. van de Ven, Biomacromolecules 17(6), 2240-2247 (2016)
  66. Highly stable advanced functional nanoparticles and polymers from wood fibres: Towards sustainable nanotechnology, A. Sheikhi, H. Yang, Md. N. Alam and T.G.M. van de Ven, J. Vis. Exp. (113), (2016)
  67. Macromolecule based platform for developing tailor made formulations for scale inhibition, A. Kakkar, A. Sheikhi, N. Li and T.G.M. van de Ven. Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology 2, 71-84 (2016)
  68. Stability and folds in an elastocapillary system, A. Akbari, R.J. Hill and T.G.M. van de Ven , SIAM J. Appl. Math. 76(1), 87–109 (2016)
  69. Origin of the Twist of Cellulosic Materials: Calculations on Cellulose Molecules and Crystalloids, K. Conley, L. Godbout, M.A. Whitehead and T.G.M. van de Ven, Carbohydrate Polymers 135, 285-299 (2016)
  70. Mesh size analysis of cellulose nanofibril hydrogels with solute exclusion and PFG-NMR spectroscopy, L. Jowkarderis and T.G.M. van de Ven, Soft Matter 11(47), 9201-9210 (2015)
  71. Catenoid stability with a free contact line, A. Akbari, R.J. Hill, T.G.M. van de Ven, SIAM J. Appl. Math. 75(5), 2110–2127 (2015)
  72. Cellulose nanocrystals with tunable surface charge for biomedical applications, Z. Hosseinidoust, Md. N. Alam, G. Sim, N. Tufenkji and T.G.M. van de Ven, Nanoscale, 7, 16647–16657 (2015)
  73. Spherical Cellulose Gel Particles with Donut-Shaped Interior Structures, G. Sim and T.G.M. van de Ven, Cellulose 22, 1019-1026 (2015)
  74. Copper removal using electrosterically stabilized nanocrystalline cellulose, A. Sheikhi, S. Safari and T.G.M. van de Ven, ACS Appl. Mater Interfaces, 7 (21):11301-8 (2015)
  75. Theoretical Calculation of Antigen-Antibody Interactions for the Development of Antibody Based Filters, M.S. Khan, M.A. Whitehead and T.G.M. van de Ven, International Research Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry, 9 (3), 2231-3443 (2015)
  76. Hydrophobic Cellulose: A Material that expands upon drying, W.C. Chen, A. Tejado, Md N. Alam, T.G.M. van de Ven, Cellulose 22, 2749-2754 (2015)
  77. Capillary Force between Flexible Filaments, M. Soleimani, R.J. Hill and T.G.M. van de Ven, Langmuir, 31 (30), 8328–8334 (2015)
  78. Qualitative and quantitative detection of T7 bacteriophages using paper based sandwich ELISA, M.S. Khan, T. Pande and T.G.M. van de Ven, Colloids & Surfaces B, Biointerfaces 132, 264-270 (2015)
  79. Elasto-capillary collapse of circular tubes as a model for cellulosic wood fibres, M. Soleimani, R. J. Hill and T.G.M. van de Ven, Journal of Materials Science 50 (15) 15, 5337-5347 (2015)
  80. An elastocapillary model of wood-fibre collapse upon drying, A. Akbari, R.J. Hill, T.G.M. van de Ven, Proc. Roy. Soc. A, 471 (20), 1501-84 (2015)
  81. Liquid bridge breakup in contact-drop dispensing: Liquid bridge stability with a free contact line, A. Akbari, R.J. Hill and T.G.M. van de Ven, Phys. Rev. E, 92, 022404 (1-16) (2015)
  82. Preparation and characterization of sterically stabilized nanocrystalline cellulose obtained by periodate oxidation of cellulose fibers. H. Yang, D. Chen and T. G.M. van de Ven, Cellulose 22, 1743–175 (2015)
  83. The structure and strength of flocs of precipitated calcium carbonate induced by various polymers used in papermaking, R. Gaudreault, N. Di Cesare, T.G.M. van de Ven and D. Weitz, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 54, 6234−6246 (2015)
  84. Effect of crystallization conditions on the physical properties of a two-layer glassine paper/ polyhydroxybutyrate structure, S. Safari and T.G.M. van de Ven, Journal of Materials Science 50 (10), 3686-3696 (2015)
  85. Rheology of semi-dilute suspensions of carboxylated cellulose nanofibrils, L. Jowkarderis and T.G M. van de Ven, Carbohydrate Polymers, 123, 416-423 (2015)
  86. Spherical cellulose gel particles with donut-shaped interior structures. G. Sim and T.G.M. van de Ven. Cellulose (22)2: 1019-1026. 2015
  87. The S3 layer isolated from carboxymethylated cellulose wood fibers. G. Sim and T.G.M. van de Ven. Cellulose (22)1: 45-52. 2015
  88. Internally crosslinked and hydrophobically modified cellulose fibers, Z. Sabzalian, Md. N. Alam and T.G.M. van de Ven, Cellulose (21), 1381–1393, 2014.
  89. An improved methodology for imaging cellulose nanocrystals by transmission electron microscopy, M. Kaushik, W. C. Chen, T.G.M. van de Ven, A. Moores, Nordic Pulp & Paper Research Journal, 29(1), 77-84, 2014.
  90. Bacteria survival probability in bactericidal filter paper, N. Mansur-Azzam, Z. Hosseinidoust, S.G. Woo, R. Vyhnalkova, A. Eisenberg and T.G.M. van de Ven, Colloids & Surfaces B, 117(1), 383-388, 2014.
  91. Crystallinity-driven morphological ripening processes for poly(\(\(\(ethylene oxide)-block-polycaprolactone micelles in water, G. Rizis, T.G.M. van de Ven and A. Eisenberg, Soft Matter 10, 2825-2835, 2014.
  92. "Raft" formation by two-dimensional self-assembly of block copolymer rod micelles in aqueous solution, G. Rizis, T.G.M. van de Ven and A. Eisenberg, Angewandte Chemie, International Edition,, 126, 9146-9149, 2014
  93. Superhydrophobic foam-like cellulose made of hydrophobized cellulose fibres, A. Tejado, W.C. Chen, Md N. Alam and T.G M. van de Ven, Cellulose Cellulose 21, 1735–1743,2014.
  94. Intrinsic viscosity of aqueous suspensions of cellulose nanofibrils, L. Jowkarderis and T.G M. van de Ven Cellulose 21, 2511–2517, 2014.
  95. Electroacoustic characterization of conventional and electrosterically-stabilized nanocrystalline celluloses, S. Safari, A. Sheikhi, T. G. M. van de Ven, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 432(10), 151-157, 2014.
  96. Structure of swollen carboxylated cellulose fibers. G. Sim, Md N. Alam, L. Godbout and T.G.M. van de Ven Cellulose, 21(6), 4595-4606, 2014
  97. Homopolymers as structure-driving agents in semicrystalline block copolymer micelles, G. Rizis, T.G.M. van de Ven and  A. Eisenberg, ACS Nano.  2014, accepted manuscript, nn-2014-05068u
  98. Predation in Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Phage Environments Affects Virulence Determinants of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Z. Hosseinidoust, N. Tufenkji and T.G.M. van de Ven, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 79, 2862-2871, 2013.
  99. Biofilm formation under phage predation: considerations about biofilm increase, Z. Hosseinidoust, N. Tufenkji and T.G.M. van de Ven, Biofouling, 29(4), 457-468, 2013.
  100. Evolution of in vitro virulence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa as a result of phage predation, Z. Hosseinidoust, T.G.M. van de Ven, and N. Tufenkji, Appl. Environ. Microbiol, 79(19), 6110-6116, 2013.
  101. Binder–block copolymer micelle interactions in bactericidal filter paper, N. Mansur-Azzam, S,G. Woo, A. Eisenberg, and T.G.M. van de Ven , Langmuir, 29 (31), 9783–9789, 2013.
  102. Bubbles and drops on curved surfaces, M. Soleimani, R.J. Hill and T.G.M. van de Ven, Langmuir, 29 (46), 14168–14177, 2013.
  103. Highly charged nanocrystalline cellulose and dicarboxylated cellulose from periodate and chlorite oxidized cellulose fibers”  H.Yang, Md. N. Alam and T.G.M. van de Ven, Cellulose (20), 1865–1875, 2013.
  104. Dendrimers as Bactericides, A. Castonguay, E. Ladd, T.G.M. van de Ven and A. Kakkar, (Focus) New J. Chem., 36, 199-204 (2012)
  105. Salt-induced acceleration of chemical reactions in cellulose nanopores, Md. N. Alam, M. Antal, A. Tejado and T.G.M. van de Ven, Cellulose: 19(2), 517-522 (2012)
  106. Nanopaper: Thin Films Prepared from Polymeric Nanotubes. B. Huang, R.J. Hill, T.G.M. van de Ven, Macromol.Mater. Eng. 297, 000–000 (2012)
  107. Energy requirements for the disintegration of cellulose fibers into cellulose nanofibers, A. Tejado, Md. N. Alam, M. Antal, H. Yang, T.G.M. van de Ven, Cellulose, 19, 831-842, 2012
  108. Films prepared from electrosterically stabilized nanocrystalline cellulose, H. Yang, A. Tejado, N. Alam, M. Antal and T.G.M. van de Ven, Langmuir, 28 (20), 7834–7842, 2012
  109. Ten million fold reduction of live bacteria by bactericidal filter paper, R. Vyhnalkova, N. Mansur-Azzam, A. Eisenberg and T.G.M. van de Ven,, Advanced Functional Materials, 22,(19), 4096–4100, 2012.
  110. Bactericidal Block Copolymer Micelles, R. Vyhnalkova, A. Eisenberg  and T.G.M. van de Ven,  Macromolecular Bioscience, 11(5), 639-651 (2011)
  111. Multilayered polymeric nanotubes bending elasticity from optical-tweezers micromechanics, B. Huang, J.A. van Heiningen, R.J. Hill and T.G.M. van de Ven Soft Matter, 7, 3936–3946 (2011)
  112. Wet cross-linking of cellulose fibers via a bioconjugation reaction, A. Tejado, M. Antal, X. Liu, and T.G.M. van de Ven, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 50, 5907–5913 (2011)
  113. Bacterial capture efficiency and antimicrobial activity of phage-functionalized model surfaces, Z. Hosseinidoust, T.G.M. van de Ven and N. Tufenkji, Langmuir, 27, 5472–5480 (2011)
  114. Bridging flocculation of PEI-functionalized latex particles using nanocrystalline cellulose, L. Manfredi, R.J. Hill and T.G.M. van de Ven, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 360, 117–123 (2011)
  115. Electro-optics of polymer nanotube dispersions, B. Huang, T.G.M. van de Ven and R.J. Hill, J. Phys. Chem. C, 115, 8447–8456 (2011)
  116. Fractionating polydisperse polyelectrolytes in packed beds of cellulose fibers, T.G.M. van de Ven, L. Ciovica and N. Tufenkji, Colloids and Surfaces A, 385, 134–138 (2011)
  117. Deactivation Efficiency of Stabilized Bactericidal Emulsions, R. Vyhnalkova, A. Eisenberg  and T.G.M. van de Ven,  Langmuir 27, 11296–11305 (2011)
  118. Preparation and characterization of multilayered polymer nanotubes dispersions, B. Huang, T.G.M. van de Ven and R.J. Hill, Langmuir, 27, 11416–11429 (2011)
  119. Pitch deposition at the solid-liquid interface: Effect of surface hydrophobicity/hydrophilicity and cation specificity, R. Lee, G. Garnier, T. Lewis, D. Richardson, T.G.M. van de Ven, K. Stack, Colloids & Surfaces A, 388, 84– 90, (2011)
  120. Quantitative analysis of cationic PVA diffusion into cellulose fiber pores: charge density effect, P. Fatehi, H. Xiao, T.G.M. van de Ven,  Langmuir, Langmuir 27, 13489–13496 (2011)
  121. Effect of unassembled phage protein complexes on the attachment to cellulose of genetically modified bacteriophages containing cellulose binding modules, Z. Li, M. Tolba, M. Griffiths and T.G.M. van de Ven, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 76, 529-534 (2010)
  122. Comparisons of modified effective medium theory with experimental data on shear thinning of concentrated latex dispersions, K. Takamura and T. G. M. van de Ven, J. Rheology, 54(1), 1-26 (2010)
  123. Tangential electroviscous drag on a sphere surrounded by a thin double layer near a wall for arbitrary particle-wall separations, S.M. Tabatabei, and T.G.M. van de Ven, J. Fluid Mech. 656, 360-406 (2010)
  124. Why does paper get stronger as it dries?, A. Tejado and T.G.M. van de Ven, Materials Today, 13(9), 54-61 (2010)

 

Patents

  1. Md Nur Alam, Md. Shahidul Islam, Theo G.M. van de Ven and Jean-Philip Lumb, Cellulose-based filaments and methods of production thereof. USPTO 2504, April 2020
  2. A. Vanarek, J. Carette, T.G.M. van de Ven and Md N. Alam, Absorbent fibres produced from low-substituted carboxymethyl cellulose cellulose and the process thereof., US Patent 9,610,379 B2, April. 4, 2017
  3. Z. Hoseinidoust, N. Tufenkji and T.G.M. van de Ven, Shape-controlled Synthesis of Metal Nanoplates using Cellulose Nanocrystals, 2015 US Provisional Patent 62/235,759
  4. Md. N. Alam, M. Antal, A.Tejado and T.G.M. van de Ven, 2012, “Novel highly charged non-water soluble cellulose products, includes all types of cellulose nanostructures especially cellulose nanofibers, and method of making them”, PCT/CA2012/000200, WO2012119229 A1.
  5. M.A. Whitehead, C. Malardier-Jugroot, T.G.M. van de Ven and T.D. Lazzara, 2007  “Fabrication of intrinsically conducting polymer nanorods for making electrical nanocircuits involves filling nanotubes with monomer to obtain well-defined, packed, defect-free nanorods” Patent Number: WO2005118688-A1; US2008265219-A1.

Books and Book Chapters

  1. T.G.M. van de Ven and M.A. Whitehead, Alternating copolymer nanotubes, in “Advanced Materials”, Eds. T.G.M. van de Ven and A. Soldera, De Gruyter, Berlin, Boston.
  2. CELLULOSE-Biomass conversion. Eds. T.G.M. van de Ven and J. Kadla, Intech, Rijeka, Croatia, 2013.
  3. CELLULOSE-Medical, pharmaceutical and electronic applications. Eds. T.G.M. van de Ven and L. Godbout, Intech, Rijeka, Croatia, 2013.
  4. CELLULOSE-Fundamental aspects. Eds. T.G.M. van de Ven and L. Godbout, Intech, Rijeka, Croatia, 2013.
  5. M. A. Whitehead, A, Kakkar, T. van de Ven, R. Hourani, E. Ladd, Y. Tian and T. Lazzara; A Review of Bonding in Dendrimers and Nanotubes. Progress in Theoretical Chemistry and Physics, 22(7), 611-623, 2012.
  6. Orthokinetic heteroflocculation in papermaking, T.G.M. van de Ven, in “Highlights in Colloid Science”, Chapter I, pp.1-20, Eds. D. Platikanov and D. Exerowa, Wiley VCH, Weinheim, Germany, 2009.
  7. The proceedings of the first applied pulp & paper molecular modelling symposium, Editors: R. Gaudreault, M.A.Whitehead and T.G.M. van de Ven, Montreal, 2005.
  8. The role of “free charge” in the deposition of latex particles onto pulp fibers, B. Alince, J. Kinkal, F. Bednar and T.G.M. van de Ven, in “Polymer colloids: Science and Technology of latex systems”, ACS Symposium Series 801, Chapter 5, pp. 52-70 (2001).
  9. Microrheological Aspects of Particle Interaction in Colloidal Systems. T.G.M. van de Ven in "Hydrodynamics of Dispersed Media," I.P. Hulin, A.M. Cazabat, E. Guyon, F. Carmona (eds.), Elsevier Sci. Publ. B.V. (1990) p.102-117.
    Rheo- and Electro-optics of Colloidal Dispersions. T.G.M. van de Ven in II Scientific Methods for the Study of Polymer Colloids and Their Applications , II F. Candau and R.H. Ottewill, eds., Kluwer Acad. Publ. (1990) p.247-267.
  10. Colloidal Hydrodynamics. T.G.M. van de Ven, Academic Press, London (1989), 582 pages.
  11. Deposition of Colloidal Particles from Flowing Sols. Z. Adamczyk, T. Dabros and T.G.M. van de Ven in "Science and Technology of Polymer Colloids", Vol. II, NATO ASI Series E. No.68, (Eds. A.W. Poehlein, R.H. Ottewill, J.W. Goodwin), M. Nijhoff Publishers, pp. 619-635 (1983).
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