Valery Kulichikhin

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  • 2017-06 Composite fibers based on cellulose and polyacrylonitrile copolymers in RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF GENERAL CHEMISTRY
  • 2017-05 Explosive spreading of a concentrated emulsion over a liquid surface in COLLOID JOURNAL
  • 2017-03 Phase separation of polymer solutions on a solvent surface in COLLOID JOURNAL
  • 2017-03 A modern look on yield stress fluids in RHEOLOGICA ACTA
  • 2016-11 Phase state and rheology of organosilicon nanocomposites with functionalized hyperbranched nanoparticles in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2016-11 Influence of Precipitation and Conditioning Baths on the Structure, Morphology, and Properties of Cellulose Films in FIBRE CHEMISTRY
  • 2016-09 Sol–gel transition and rheological properties of silica nanoparticle dispersions in COLLOID JOURNAL
  • 2016-09 Cellulose–co-polyacrylonitrile blends: Properties of combined solutions in N-metylmorpholine-N-oxide and the formation and thermolysis of composite fibers in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES C
  • 2016-05 Rheological properties of associates of ionic monomers with micelles of oppositely charged surfactants in RUSSIAN CHEMICAL BULLETIN
  • 2016-03 The rheological characterisation of typical injection implants based on hyaluronic acid for contour correction in RHEOLOGICA ACTA
  • 2016-03 Linear polyorganophosphazene films as flexible piezoelectrics and actuators in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2015-11 High-rate deformation of polymer melts as discrete media: Justification of the model in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2015-09 Model of the behavior of viscoelastic media at high strain rates in DOKLADY PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
  • 2015-03 Miscibility and rheological properties of epoxy resin blends with aromatic polyethers in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2015-01 Erratum to: “Phase state and rheology of polyisobutylene mixtures with decyl surface modified silica nanoparticles” in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2014-02 Liquid filament instability due to stretch-induced phase separation in polymer solutions in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL E
  • 2013-05 Rheology of aqueous poly(ethylene oxide) solutions reinforced with bentonite clay in COLLOID JOURNAL
  • 2013-02 Colloid-chemical aspects of protein crystallization in RUSSIAN CHEMICAL BULLETIN
  • 2012-09 Non-Newtonian behavior of polydisperse polymer melts as a consequence of the evolution of their relaxation spectra in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2012-04 Peculiarities of the surface crystallization of sodium chloride on mucin films in COLLOID JOURNAL
  • 2011-12 Entanglement junctions in melts and concentrated solutions of flexible-chain polymers: Macromodeling in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2011-09 Structural evolution of liquid-crystalline solutions of hydroxypropyl cellulose and hydroxypropyl cellulose-based nanocomposites during flow in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2011-05 Macroscopic modeling of entanglement network evolution in polymer melt flow in DOKLADY CHEMISTRY
  • 2010-11 Phase equilibria in solutions of cellulose derivatives and the rheological properties of solutions in various phase states in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2010-11 Rheology of linear and branched styrene–acrylonitrile copolymers. Similarities and differences in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2010-11 Solutions of cellulose and its blends with synthetic polymers in N-methylmorpholine-N-oxide: Preparation, phase state, structure, and properties in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2010-02 Rheological properties and phase behavior of a hydroxypropyl cellulose-poly(ethylene glycol) system in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2009-12 Interchain exchange and interdiffusion in blends of poly(ethylene terephthalate) and poly(ethylene naphthalate) in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2009-03 Solutions of mixtures of cellulose and synthetic polymers in N-methylmorpholine-N-oxide in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2009-03 Combining carbon and polymeric particles in an inert fluid as a promising approach to synthesis of nanocomposites in RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED CHEMISTRY
  • 2008-07 Rheological properties of concentrated aqueous solutions of anionic and cationic polyelectrolyte mixtures in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2008-06 Crystal solvates of thermotropic alkylenearomatic copolyesters and poly(m-phenyleneisophthalamide) with N-methylmorpholine-N-oxide in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2007-04 Diffusion and phase behavior of a hydroxypropylcellulose-poly(ethylene glycol) system in POLYMER SCIENCE, SERIES A
  • 2001-01 Specific rheology – morphology relationships for some blends containing LCPs in RHEOLOGICA ACTA
  • 2000-08 Non-symmetric viscoelasticity of anisotropic polymer liquids in RHEOLOGICA ACTA
  • 1998 Relationships Between Processing Conditions and Rheological Behaviour of Polyethylenes in PROGRESS AND TRENDS IN RHEOLOGY V
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