Mostofa Kamal Khan
Mostofa Kamal Khan
Research Scientist, Aspect Biosystems Ltd.
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Functional materials from cellulose‐derived liquid‐crystal templates
M Giese, LK Blusch, MK Khan, MJ MacLachlan
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 54 (10), 2888-2910, 2015
2832015
Flexible mesoporous photonic resins with tunable chiral nematic structures
MK Khan, M Giese, M Yu, JA Kelly, WY Hamad, MJ MacLachlan
Angewandte Chemie 125 (34), 9089-9092, 2013
1382013
Responsive mesoporous photonic cellulose films by supramolecular cotemplating
M Giese, LK Blusch, MK Khan, WY Hamad, MJ MacLachlan
Angewandte Chemie 126 (34), 9026-9030, 2014
1362014
Photonic patterns printed in chiral nematic mesoporous resins
MK Khan, A Bsoul, K Walus, WY Hamad, MJ MacLachlan
Angewandte Chemie 127 (14), 4378-4382, 2015
862015
Tunable mesoporous bilayer photonic resins with chiral nematic structures and actuator properties
MK Khan, WY Hamad, MJ MacLachlan
Advanced Materials 26 (15), 2323-2328, 2014
802014
Imprinting of photonic patterns with thermosetting amino-formaldehyde-cellulose composites
M Giese, MK Khan, WY Hamad, MJ MacLachlan
ACS Macro Letters 2 (9), 818-821, 2013
722013
Influence of double hydrogen bonds and alkyl chains on the gelation of nonchiral polyurethane model compounds: sheets, eaves trough, tubes and oriented fibers
S Khanna, MK Khan, P Sundararajan
Langmuir 25 (22), 13183-13193, 2009
352009
Encapsulation of dye molecules and nanoparticles in hollow organogel fibers of a nonchiral polyurethane model compound
MK Khan, P Sundararajan
Chemistry–A European Journal 17 (4), 1184-1192, 2011
242011
Effects of carbon atom parity and alkyl side chain length on the crystallization and morphology of biscarbamates, a set of model compounds for polyurethanes
MK Khan, PR Sundararajan
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 115 (27), 8696-8706, 2011
192011
Carbon nanotube reinforced porous gels of poly (methyl methacrylate) with nonsolvents as porogens
M Vaysse, MK Khan, P Sundararajan
Langmuir 25 (12), 7042-7049, 2009
192009
Polymer and carbon spheres with an embedded shell of plasmonic gold nanoparticles
MK Khan, MJ MacLachlan
ACS Macro Letters 4 (12), 1351-1355, 2015
132015
Effects of spacer length and terminal group on the crystallization and morphology of biscarbamates: A longer spacer does not reduce the melting temperature
MK Khan, PR Sundararajan
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 117 (18), 5705-5717, 2013
112013
Molecular selectivity and immiscibility during the crystallization of mixtures of a set of homologous self-assembling molecules
MK Khan, PR Sundararajan
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 112 (14), 4223-4232, 2008
102008
Photonic metal–polymer resin nanocomposites with chiral nematic order
VM Zamarion, MK Khan, M Schlesinger, A Bsoul, K Walus, WY Hamad, ...
Chemical Communications 52 (50), 7810-7813, 2016
92016
Removal of Arsenic by Composite Porous Materials Based on Fe2O3–MnO2–Laterite Soil
S Safiullah, A Kabir, SM Tareq, FR Alam, MMK Khan
J. Bang. Chem. Soc. 12 (2), 185, 1999
71999
Funktionsmaterialien mit Cellulose‐basierten Flüssigkristall‐Templaten
M Giese, LK Blusch, MK Khan, MJ MacLachlan
Angewandte Chemie 127 (10), 2930-2953, 2015
52015
Two component gels of immiscible blends of biscarbamates (polyurethane model compounds) and poly (ε-caprolactone)
MK Khan, A Chan, PR Sundararajan
Soft Matter 8 (39), 10149-10157, 2012
52012
Studies on Water Quality Parameters in Flood Water
SB Quraishi, MN Chowdhury, MMK Khan, MY Mia, S Akhter
J. Bang. Ac. Sci. 29 (2), 195, 2005
22005
Phase II Multi-Institutional Study of Low-Dose (2 Gy x 2) Palliative Radiotherapy for Symptomatic Bone Metastases From Multiple Myeloma
LK Ballas, C Luo, J Millstein, RL Bakst, SV Dandapani, MK Khan, ...
International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics, e310-e311, 2021
2021
Bioprinted meniscus implant and methods of using same
S Wadsworth, S Beyer, T Mohamed, K Walus, MMK KHAN, E KAPYLA, ...
US Patent App. 16/956,174, 2020
2020
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