Complete List of Publications

Full list of publications

1. Dompé, M., et al., Tuning the Interactions in Multiresponsive Complex Coacervate-Based Underwater Adhesives. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2020. 21(1): p. 100.

2. Gennari, C.G.M., et al., SEBS block copolymers as novel materials to design transdermal patches. International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 2020. 575: p. 118975.

3. Vahdati, M., et al., Thermally Triggered Injectable Underwater Adhesives. Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 2020. 41(7): p. 1900653.

4. Dompé, M., et al., Underwater Adhesion of Multiresponsive Complex Coacervates. Advanced Materials Interfaces, 2020. 7(4): p. 1901785.

5. Li, X., et al., Mesoscale bicontinuous networks in self-healing hydrogels delay fatigue fracture. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2020. 117(14): p. 7606-7612.

6. Tito, N.B., et al., Harnessing entropy to enhance toughness in reversibly crosslinked polymer networks. Soft Matter, 2019. 15(10): p. 2190-2203.

7. Zhang, H., et al., Mechanochromism and optical remodeling of multi-network elastomers containing anthracene dimers. Chemical Science, 2019. 10(36): p. 8367-8373.

8. Lavoie, S.R., et al., A continuum model for progressive damage in tough multinetwork elastomers. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 2019. 125: p. 523-549.

9. Dompé, M., et al., Thermoresponsive Complex Coacervate-Based Underwater Adhesive. Advanced Materials, 2019. 31(21): p. 1808179.

10. Mordvinkin, A., et al., Hierarchical Sticker and Sticky Chain Dynamics in Self-Healing Butyl Rubber Ionomers. Macromolecules, 2019. 52(11): p. 4169-4184.

11. Cedano-Serrano, F.J., et al., From Molecular Electrostatic Interactions and Hydrogel Architecture to Macroscopic Underwater Adherence. Macromolecules, 2019. 52(10): p. 3852-3862.

12. Guo, H., et al., Hydrophobic Hydrogels with Fruit-Like Structure and Functions. Advanced Materials, 2019. 31(25): p. 1900702.

13. Demassieux, Q., et al., Temperature and aging dependence of strain-induced crystallization and cavitation in highly crosslinked and filled natural rubber. Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 2019. 57(12): p. 780-793.

14. Liu, Z., et al., Mechanics of zero degree peel test on a tape — effects of large deformation, material nonlinearity, and finite bond length. Extreme Mechanics Letters, 2019. 32: p. 100518.

15. Elzière, P., et al., Supramolecular Structure for Large Strain Dissipation and Outstanding Impact Resistance in Polyvinylbutyral. Macromolecules, 2019. 52(20): p. 7821-7830.

16. Quaroni, G.M.G., et al., Tuning the rheological properties of an ammonium methacrylate copolymer for the design of adhesives suitable for transdermal patches. European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2018. 111(Supplement C): p. 238-246.

17. Yamaguchi, T., C. Creton, and M. Doi, Simple model on debonding of soft adhesives Soft Matter, 2018. 14: p. 6206-6213.

18. Guo, J., et al., Fracture mechanics of a self-healing hydrogel with covalent and physical crosslinks: A numerical study. Journal of Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 2018. 120: p. 79-95.

19. Guo, J., et al., Time-temperature equivalence in a PVA dual cross-link self-healing hydrogel. Journal of Rheology, 2018. 62: p. 991.

20. Millereau, P., et al., Mechanics of elastomeric molecular composites. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 2018. 115(37): p. 9110-9115.

21. Callies, X., et al., Effect of the Strength of Stickers on Rheology and Adhesion of Supramolecular Center-Functionalized Polyisobutenes. Langmuir, 2018. 34(42): p. 12625-12634.

22. Macron, J., et al., Equilibrium and Out-of-Equilibrium Adherence of Hydrogels against Polymer Brushes. Macromolecules, 2018. 51(19): p. 7556-7566.

23. Chopin, J., et al., Nonlinear Viscoelastic Modeling of Adhesive Failure for Polyacrylate Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives. Macromolecules, 2018.

24. Hui, C.-Y., et al., Mechanics of an adhesive tape in a zero degree peel test: effect of large deformation and material nonlinearity. Soft Matter, 2018. 14(47): p. 9681-9692.

25. Villey, R., et al., In-situ measurement of the large strain response of the fibrillar debonding region during the steady peeling of pressure sensitive adhesives. International Journal of Fracture, 2017. 204(2): p. 175-190.

26. Elziere, P., et al., Large strain viscoelastic dissipation during interfacial rupture in laminated glass. Soft Matter, 2017. 13(8): p. 1624-1633.

27. Gurney, R., et al., Molecular Weight Dependence of Interdiffusion and Adhesion of Polymers at Short Contact Times. Langmuir, 2017. 33(7): p. 1670-1678.

28. Creton, C., Molecular stitches for enhanced recycling of packaging. Science, 2017. 355(6327): p. 797-798.

29. Chenal, M., et al., Mechanical properties of nanostructured films with an ultralow volume fraction of hard phase. Polymer, 2017. 109: p. 187-196.

30. Albiges, R., et al., Water-based acrylic coatings reinforced by PISA-derived fibers. Polymer Chemistry, 2017. 8: p. 4992-4995.

31. Bacca, M., C. Creton, and R.M. McMeeking, A Model for the Mullins Effect in Multinetwork Elastomers. Journal of Applied Mechanics, 2017. 84(12): p. 121009-121009-7.

32. Zhao, J., et al., Rheological properties of tough hydrogels based on an associating polymer with permanent and transient crosslinks: Effects of crosslinking density. Journal of Rheology, 2017. 61(6): p. 1371-1383.

33. Creton, C., 50th Anniversary Perspective: Networks and Gels: Soft but Dynamic and Tough. Macromolecules, 2017. 50(21): p. 8297-8316.

34. Callies, X., et al., Effects of multifunctional cross-linkers on rheology and adhesion of soft nanostructured materials. Soft Matter, 2017. 13(43): p. 7979-7990.

35. Creton, C. and M. Ciccotti, Fracture and Adhesion of Soft Materials: A Review. Reports on Progress in Physics, 2016. 79(4): p. 046601.

36. Ducrot, E. and C. Creton, Characterizing Large Strain Elasticity of Brittle Elastomeric Networks by Embedding Them in a Soft Extensible Matrix. Advanced Functional Materials, 2016. 26(15): p. 2482-2492.

37. Shi, W., et al., Mechanics of an Asymmetric Hard–Soft Lamellar Nanomaterial. ACS Nano, 2016. 10(2): p. 2054-2062.

38. Mayumi, K., et al., Fracture of dual crosslink gels with permanent and transient crosslinks. Extreme Mechanics Letters, 2016. 6: p. 52-59.
39. Callies, X., et al., Adhesion and non-linear rheology of adhesives with supramolecular crosslinking points. Soft Matter, 2016. 12(34): p. 7174-7185.

40. Clough, J.M., et al., Covalent Bond Scission in the Mullins Effect of a Filled Elastomer: Real-Time Visualization with Mechanoluminescence. Advanced Functional Materials, 2016. 26(48): p. 9063-9074.

41. Callies, X., et al., Combined Effect of Chain Extension and Supramolecular Interactions on Rheological and Adhesive Properties of Acrylic Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2016. 8(48): p. 33307-33315.

42. Gupta, N.R., et al., Synthesis and characterization of PEPO grafted carboxymethyl guar and carboxymethyl tamarind as new thermo-associating polymers. Carbohydrate Polymers, 2015. 117: p. 331-338.

43. Long, R., et al., Rheology of a dual crosslink self-healing gel: Theory and measurement using parallel-plate torsional rheometry. Journal of Rheology (1978-present), 2015. 59(3): p. 643-665.

44. Callies, X., et al., Linear rheology of bis-urea functionalized supramolecular poly(butylacrylate)s: Part I – weak stickers. Polymer, 2015. 69: p. 233-240.

45. Zhang, H., et al., Nanocavitation around a crack tip in a soft nanocomposite: A scanning microbeam small angle X-ray scattering study.Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 2015. 53(6): p. 422-429.

46. Villey, R., et al., Rate-dependent elastic hysteresis during the peeling of pressure sensitive adhesives. Soft Matter, 2015. 11(17): p. 3480-3491.

47. Shi, W.C., et al., Aperiodic “Bricks and Mortar” Mesophase: a New Equilibrium State of Soft Matter and Application as a Stiff Thermoplastic Elastomer. Macromolecules, 2015. 48(15): p. 5378-5384.

48. Begley, M.R., C. Creton, and R.M. McMeeking, The elastostatic plane strain mode I crack tip stress and displacement fields in a generalized linear neo-Hookean elastomer. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 2015. 84: p. 21-38.

49. Callies, X., et al., Linear Rheology of Supramolecular Center-functionalized Polymers: Strong Stickers. Macromolecules, 2015. 48(19): p. 7320-7326.

50. Véchambre, C., et al., Supramolecular Center-functionalized Polymers: Microstructure and Self-Assembly for Strong Stickers. Macromolecules, 2015. 48(22): p. 8232-8239.

51. Ducrot, E., H. Montes, and C. Creton, Structure of tough multiple network elastomers by Small Angle Neutron Scattering. Macromolecules, 2015. 48(21): p. 7945-7952.

52. Mayumi, K., T. Narita, and C. Creton, Mechanical Properties of Self-Recovery Tough Gels with Permanent and Reversible Cross links. Kobunshi Ronbunshu, 2015. 72(10): p. 597-605.

53. Tanguy, F., et al., Quantitative analysis of the debonding structure of soft adhesives. The European Physical Journal E, 2014. 37(1): p. 1-12.

54. Ducrot, E., et al., Toughening Elastomers with Sacrificial Bonds and Watching them Break. Science, 2014. 344(6180): p. 186-189.

55. Degrandi-Contraires, E., et al., Influence of composition on the morphology of polyurethane/acrylic latex particles and adhesive films. International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, 2014. 50: p. 176-182.

56. Sudre, G., et al., Probing pH-Responsive Interactions between Polymer Brushes and Hydrogels by Neutron Reflectivity. Langmuir, 2014. 30(32): p. 9700-9706.

57. Davis, C.S., et al., Debonding Mechanisms of Soft Materials at Short Contact Times. Langmuir, 2014. 30(35): p. 10626-10636.

58. Long, R., et al., Time Dependent Behavior of a Dual Cross-Link Self-Healing Gel: Theory and Experiments. Macromolecules, 2014. 47(20): p. 7243-7250.

59. Degrandi-Contraires, E., et al., High Shear Strength Waterborne Polyurethane/Acrylic Soft Adhesives. Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2013.

60. Zhang, H., et al., Opening and Closing of Nanocavities under Cyclic Loading in a Soft Nanocomposite Probed by Real-Time Small-Angle X-ray Scattering. Macromolecules, 2013. 46(3): p. 901-913.

61. Lopez, A., et al., Simultaneous Free-Radical and Addition Miniemulsion Polymerization: Effect of the Chain Transfer Agent on the Microstructure of Polyurethane-Acrylic Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives. Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2013. 298(1): p. 53-66.

62. Rose, S., et al., Dynamics of Hybrid Polyacrylamide Hydrogels Containing Silica Nanoparticles Studied by Dynamic Light Scattering. Macromolecules, 2013.

63. Bhuyan, S., et al., Crack propagation at the interface between soft adhesives and model surfaces studied with a sticky wedge test. Soft Matter, 2013. 9(28): p. 6515-6524.

64. Chenal, M., et al., Soft Nanostructured Films with an Ultra-Low Volume Fraction of Percolating Hard Phase. Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 2013. 34(19): p. 1524-1529.

65. Zhang, H., et al., Strain induced nanocavitation and crystallization in natural rubber probed by real time small and wide angle X-ray scattering. Journal of Polymer Science Part B-Polymer Physics, 2013. 51(15): p. 1125-1138.

66. Paretkar, D., et al., Preload-responsive adhesion: effects of aspect ratio, tip shape and alignment. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 2013. 10(83).

67. Lopez, A., et al., Waterborne hybrid polymer particles: Tuning of the adhesive performance by controlling the hybrid microstructure. European Polymer Journal, 2013. 49(6): p. 1541-1552.

68. Sudre, G., et al., pH-Responsive Swelling of Poly(acrylic acid) Brushes Synthesized by the Grafting Onto Route. Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2013. 214(24): p. 2882-2890.

69. Mayumi, K., et al., Stress-Strain Relationship of Highly Stretchable Dual Cross-Link Gels: Separability of Strain and Time Effect. Acs Macro Letters, 2013. 2(12): p. 1065-1068.

70. Nase, J., et al., Debonding energy of PDMS. The European Physical Journal E, 2013. 36(9): p. 1-10.

71. Sudre, G., et al., pH/Temperature control of interpolymer complexation between poly(acrylic acid)
and weak polybases in aqueous solutions. Polymer, 2012. 53: p. 379-385.

72. Sudre, G., et al., Synthesis and Characterization of Poly(acrylic acid) Brushes: “Grafting-Onto” Route. Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2012. 213: p. 293-300.

73. Zhang, H., et al., Nanocavitation in Carbon Black Filled Styrene-Butadiene Rubber under Tension Detected by Real Time Small Angle X-ray Scattering. Macromolecules, 2012. 45(3): p. 1529-1543.

74. Martina, D., et al., Adhesion of soft viscoelastic adhesives on periodic rough surfaces. Soft Matter, 2012. 8: p. 5350-5357.

75. Sudre, G., et al., Reversible adhesion between a hydrogel and a polymer brush. Soft Matter, 2012. 8(31): p. 8184 - 8193.

76. de Crevoisier, J., et al., Volume changes in a filled elastomer studied via digital image correlation. Polymer testing, 2012. 31: p. 663-670.

77. Sudre, G., et al., Structure of surfaces and interfaces of Poly(N,N-dimethylacrylamide) hydrogels Langmuir, 2012. 28(33): p. 12282-12287.

78. Barraud, T., et al., Formation of diblock copolymers at PP/PA(6) interfaces and their role in local crystalline organization under fast heating and cooling conditions. Polymer, 2012. 53(22): p. 5138-5145.

79. Davis, C.S., et al., Enhanced Adhesion of Elastic Materials to Small-Scale Wrinkles. Langmuir, 2012. 28(42): p. 14899-14908.

80. Synytska, A., et al., Intelligent Materials with Adaptive Adhesion Properties Based on Comb-like Polymer Brushes. Langmuir, 2012. 28(47): p. 16444-16454.

81. Bellamine, A., et al., Design of Nanostructured Waterborne Adhesives with Improved Shear Resistance. Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2011. 296(1): p. 31-41.

82. Cristiano, A., et al., Fracture of model polyurethane elastomeric networks. Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 2011. 49(5): p. 355-367.

83. Paretkar, D., et al., Bioinspired pressure actuated adhesive system. Materials Science and Engineering: C, 2011. 31(6): p. 1152-1159.

84. Degrandi-Contraires, E., et al., Mechanical Properties of Adhesive Films Obtained from PU-Acrylic Hybrid Particles. Macromolecules, 2011. 44(8): p. 2643-2652.

85. Lopez, A., et al., Simultaneous Free Radical and Addition Miniemulsion Polymerization: Effect of the Diol on the Microstructure of Polyurethane-Acrylic Pressure Sensitive Adhesives. Polymer, 2011. 52(3021-3030).

86. Lopez, A., et al., Waterborne Polyurethane-Acrylic Hybrid Nanoparticles by Miniemulsion Polymerization: Applications in Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives. Langmuir, 2011. 27(7): p. 3878-3888.

87. Udagama, R., et al., Synthesis of Acrylic-Polyurethane Hybrid Latexes by Miniemulsion Polymerization and Their Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive Applications. Macromolecules, 2011. 44(8): p. 2632-2642.

88. Périneau, F., et al., Synthesis, Characterization, and Rheological Properties of Hybrid Titanium Star-Shaped Poly(n-butyl acrylate). Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2011. 49(12): p. 2636-2644.

89. Mzabi, S., et al., A critical local energy release rate criterion for fatigue fracture of elastomers. Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Physics, 2011. 49: p. 1518-1524.

90. Lin, W.C., et al., Effect of polymer-particle interaction on the fracture toughness of silica filled hydrogels. Soft Matter, 2011. 7(14): p. 6578-6582.

91. Perineau, F., et al., Supramolecular design for polymer/titanium oxo-cluster hybrids: an open door to new organic-inorganic dynamers. Polymer Chemistry, 2011. 2(12): p. 2785-2788.

92. Gravish, N., et al., Rate-dependent frictional adhesion in natural and synthetic gecko setae. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 2010. 7(43): p. 259-269.

93. Lin, W.C., et al., Large Strain and Fracture Properties of Poly (dimethyl acrylamide)/silica Hybrid Hydrogels. Macromolecules, 2010. 43: p. 2554-2563.

94. Pensec, S., et al., Self-Assembly in Solution of a Reversible Comb-Shaped Supramolecular Polymer. Macromolecules, 2010. 43(5): p. 2529-2534.

95. Courtois, J., et al., Supramolecular Soft Adhesive Materials. Advanced Functional Materials, 2010. 20(11): p. 1803-1811.

96. Cristiano, A., et al., An experimental investigation of fracture by cavitation of model elastomeric networks. Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 2010. 48(13): p. 1409-1422.

97. Nase, J., et al., Measurement of the receding contact angle at the interface between a viscoelastic material and a rigid surface. Soft Matter, 2010. 6: p. 2686-2691.

98. Agirre, A., et al., Improving Adhesion of Acrylic Waterborne PSAs to Low Surface Energy Materials. Introduction of Stearyl Acrylate. Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2010. 48(22): p. 5030-5039.

99. Agirre, A., et al., Miniemulsion Polymerization of 2-Ethylhexyl Acrylate. Polymer Architecture Control and Adhesion Properties. Macromolecules, 2010. 43(21): p. 8924-8932.

100. Creton, C. and L.E. Govaert, DEFORMATION, YIELD AND FRACTURE OF POLYMERS SPECIAL ISSUE Introduction. Journal of Polymer Science Part B-Polymer Physics, 2010. 48(13): p. XIII-XIV.

101. Deplace, F., et al., Fine Tuning the Adhesive Properties of a Soft Nanostructured Adhesive with Rheological Measurements. Journal of Adhesion, 2009. 85(1): p. 18-54.

102. Deplace, F., et al., Mechanical and Adhesive Properties of a soft-soft nanocomposite designed from colloidal particles. Soft Matter, 2009. 5: p. 1440-1447.

103. Miquelard-Garnier, G., D. Hourdet, and C. Creton, Large strain behaviour of nanostructured polyelectrolyte hydrogels. Polymer, 2009. 50: p. 481-490.

104. Yamaguchi, T., et al., Microscopic Modelling of the dynamics of frictional adhesion in the Gecko attachment system. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2009. 113(12): p. 3622-3628.

105. Canetta, E., et al., A Comparison of Tackified, Miniemulsion Core−Shell Acrylic Latex Films with Corresponding Particle-Blend Films: Structure−Property Relationships. Langmuir, 2009. 25(18): p. 11021-11031.

106. Agirre, A., et al., Adhesives for Low Energy Surfaces. Macromolecular Symposia, 2009. 281(1): p. 181-190.

107. Deplace, F., et al., Controlled Sparse and Percolating Cross-Linking in Waterborne Soft Adhesives. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2009. 1(9): p. 2021-2029.

108. Creton, C., et al., Large-Strain Mechanical Behavior of Model Block Copolymer Adhesives. Macromolecules, 2009. 42: p. 7605-7615.

109. Wang, T., et al., A Molecular Mechanism for Toughening and Strengthening
Waterborne Nanocomposites. Advanced Materials, 2008. 20: p. 90-94.

110. Léger, L. and C. Creton, Adhesion mechanisms at soft polymer interfaces. Philosophical Transactions of the the Royal Society, 2008. 366: p. 1425-1442.

111. Schach, R. and C. Creton, Adhesion at interfaces between highly entangled polymer melts. Journal of Rheology, 2008. 52(3): p. 749-767.

112. Miquelard-Garnier, G., C. Creton, and D. Hourdet, Strain induced clustering in polyelectrolyte hydrogels. Soft Matter, 2008. 4: p. 1011-1023.

113. Glassmaker, N.J., et al., Detachment of stretched viscoelastic fibrils. European Physical Journal E, 2008. 25(3): p. 253-266.

114. Yamaguchi, T., et al., Adhesion and sliding friction of sticky materials. Journal of Japanese Society of Tribologists, 2008. 53(3): p. 150-155.

115. Nase, J., A. Lindner, and C. Creton, Pattern formation during deformation of a confined viscoelastic layer: From a viscous liquid to a soft elastic solid. Physical Review Letters, 2008. 101(7): p. 074503.

116. Retsos, H., et al., Temperature Stability of the Interfacial Structure between a Sulfonated Crystalline Alkyl Side-Chain Polymer and a Soft Adhesive. Langmuir, 2008. 24(18): p. 10169-10173.

117. Webber, R.E., et al., Large Strain Hysteresis and Mullins effect of tough Double-Network Hydrogels. Macromolecules, 2007. 40(8): p. 2919-2927.

118. Carelli, C., et al., Effect of a Gradient in Viscoelastic Properties on the Debonding Mechanisms of Soft Adhesives. Journal of Adhesion, 2007. 83: p. 491-505.

119. Schach, R., et al., Role of chain interpenetration in the adhesion between immiscible polymer melts. Macromolecules, 2007. 40: p. 6325-6332.

120. Creton, C. and S. Gorb, Sticky feet: From animals to materials. MRS Bulletin, 2007. 32(6): p. 466-472.

121. Miquelard-Garnier, G., C. Creton, and D. Hourdet, Synthesis and Viscoelastic Properties of Hydrophobically Modified Hydrogels. Macromolecular Symposia, 2007. 256(1): p. 189-194.

122. Lindner, A., et al., Adhesive and rheological properties of lightly crosslinked model acrylic networks. Journal of Adhesion, 2006. 82(3): p. 267-310.

123. Feldstein, M.M., et al., Rheology of poly(N-vinyl pyrrolidone)-poly(ethulene glycol) adhesive blends under shear flow. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2006. 100(1): p. 522-537.

124. Retsos, H., et al., Controlling tack with Bicomponent Polymer Brushes. Advanced Materials, 2006. 18: p. 2624-2628.

125. Wang, T., et al., Waterborne, Nanocomposite Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives with High Tack Energy, Optical Transparency and Electrical Conductivity. Advanced Materials, 2006. 18: p. 2730-2734.

126. Miquelard-Garnier, G., et al., Synthesis and Rheological behaviour of new hydrophobically modified hydrogels with tunable properties. Macromolecules, 2006. 39: p. 8128-8139.

127. Cram, S.L., et al., Hydrophobically Modified Dimethylacrylamide Synthesis and Rheological Behavior. Macromolecules, 2005. 38(7): p. 2981-2989.

128. Chiche, A., J. Dollhofer, and C. Creton, Cavity growth in soft adhesives. European Physical Journal E, 2005. 17: p. 389-401.

129. Retsos, H., et al., Adhesion between Chemically Heterogeneous Switchable Polymeric Brushes and an Elastomeric Adhesive. Langmuir, 2005. 21: p. 7722-7725.

130. do Amaral, M., et al., Assessing the Effect of Latex Particle Size and Distribution on the Rheological and Adhesive Properties of Model Waterborne Acrylic Pressure-Sensitive-Adhesives FIlms. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2005. 281(2): p. 325-338.

131. Muralidharan, V., et al., Machine Compliance and Hardening Effects on Cavity Growth in Soft Materials. International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, 2005. 26(3): p. 117-124.

132. Rivals, I., et al., A statistical method for the prediction of the loop tack and the peel of PSAs from probe test measurements. Measurement Science & Technology, 2005. 16(10): p. 2020-2029.

133. Sosson, F., A. Chateauminois, and C. Creton, Investigation of shear failure mechanisms of pressure-sensitive adhesives. Journal of Polymer Science Part B-Polymer Physics, 2005. 43(22): p. 3316-3330.

134. Rozes, L., et al., Reinforcement of Polystyrene by Covalently Bonded oxo-titanium Clusters. Progress in Solid State Chemistry, 2005. 33(2-4): p. 127-135.

135. Creton, C., Mécanismes de déformation, d’endommagement et de rupture de joints collés. Mécanique & Industries, 2005. 6: p. 37-43.

136. Roos, A. and C. Creton, Effect of the presence of Diblock Copolymer on the Non Linear Elastic and Viscoelastic Properties of Elastomeric Triblock Copolymers. Macromolecules, 2005. 38: p. 7807-7818.

137. Shull, K.R. and C. Creton, Deformation Behavior of thin Compliant Layers under Tensile Loading Conditions. Journal of Polymer Science: Part B: Polymer Physics, 2004. 42: p. 4023-4043.

138. Lindner, A., et al., Subcritical Failure of Soft Acrylic Adhesives under Tensile Stress. Langmuir, 2004. 20(21): p. 9156-9169.

139. Laurens, C., et al., Crystalline Orientation and Adhesion at Polypropylene/Polyamide Interfaces Compatibilized with Syndiotactic Polypropylene-Polyamide Diblock Copolymers. Macromolecules, 2004. 37: p. 6806-6813.

140. Laurens, C., C. Creton, and L. Léger, Adhesion Promotion Mechanisms at Isotactic Polypropylene/Polyamide Interfaces: Role of the Copolymer Architecture. Macromolecules, 2004. 37: p. 6814-6822.

141. Josse, G., et al., Measuring interfacial adhesion between a soft viscoelastic layer and a rigid surface using a probe method. Journal of Adhesion, 2004. 80(1-2): p. 87-118.

142. Costa, A.C., et al., Adhesion Promotion between a Homopolymer Probe and a Glass Substrate coated with a Block Copolymer Monolayer. Polymer, 2004. 45: p. 4445-4451.

143. Persson, B.N.J., et al., Contact Area between a viscoelastic solid and a hard, randomly rough, substrate. Journal of Chemical Physics, 2004. 120: p. 8779-8793.

144. Daoulas, K., et al., Experimental and Self-Consistent Field Theoretical Study of Styrene Block Copolymer Self-Adhesive Materials. Macromolecules, 2004. 37: p. 5093-5109.

145. Dollhofer, J., et al., Surface energy effects for cavity growth and nucleation in an incompressible neo-Hookean material - modeling and experiment. International Journal of Solids and Structures, 2004. 41(22-23): p. 6111-6127.

146. Roos, A. and C. Creton, Linear Viscoelasticity and Non-linear Elasticity of Block Copolymer Blends Used as Soft Adhesives. Macromolecular Symposia, 2004. 214: p. 147-156.

147. Derks, D., et al., Cohesive Failure of Thin Layers of Soft Model Adhesives under Tension. Journal of Applied Physics, 2003. 93(3): p. 1557-1566.

148. Lorenz-Haas, C., et al., Crack propagation and defect formation at polymer interfaces investigated by ultra-small angle X-ray scattering. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2003. 5: p. 1235-1241.

149. Novikov, M.B., et al., Dynamic Mechanical and Tensile Properties of Poly(N-vinyl pyrrolidone)-poly(ethylene glycol) blends. Polymer, 2003. 44(12): p. 3561-3578.

150. Creton, C. and E. Papon, Materials Science of Adhesives: How to Bond Things Together. MRS Bulletin, 2003. 28(6): p. 419-421.

151. Creton, C., Pressure-Sensitive-Adhesives: An Introductory Course. MRS Bulletin, 2003. 28(6): p. 434-439.

152. Webber, R.E., et al., Effects of geometric confinement on the adhesive debonding of soft elastic solids. Physical Review E, 2003. 68: p. 021805.

153. Laurens, C., et al., Interfaces entre Polymères Semi-Cristallins Renforcées par des Copolymères Dibloc. Annales de Chimie et Science des Matériaux, 2003. 28(3): p. 29-42.

154. Feldstein, M.M., et al., Relation of glass transition temperature to the hydrogen bonding degree and energy in poly(N-vinyl pyrrolidone) blends with hydroxyl-containing plasticizers: 3. Analysis of two glass transition temperatures featured for PVP solutions in liquid poly(ethylene glycol),. Polymer, 2003. 44(6): p. 1819-1834.

155. Creton, C., et al., Adhesion and fracture of interfaces between immiscible polymers: from the molecular to the continuum scale. Advances in Polymer Science, 2002. 156: p. 53-136.

156. Hui, C.Y., Y.Y. Lin, and C. Creton, Bonding of a Viscoelastic Periodic Rough Surface to a Rigid Layer. Journal of Polymer Science: Part B: Polymer Physics, 2002. 40: p. 545–561.

157. Brown, K., J.C. Hooker, and C. Creton, Micromechanisms of tack of soft adhesives based on styrenic block copolymers. Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2002. 287(3): p. 163-179.

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