Publications by Topic

HARRY R. ALLCOCK Research Group Publications.  Two separate lists are provided.  This list gives publications organized by topic and in the order of their publication, plus sections on review articles, book chapters, books, and patents.  The other list is a total compilation of publications, with the most recent listed first.  This can be accessed through the Publications Chronological button on the left.  


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS ORGANIZED BY TOPIC

(Publication numbers are out of a total of 610 as of January 2013)

 

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A. PUBLICATIONS ON FUNDAMENTAL POLYMER CHEMISTRY  

B. SMALL-MOLECULE MODEL CHEMISTRY 

C. PUBLICATIONS ON BIOMEDICAL MATERIALS 

D. PUBLICATIONS RELATED TO OPTICS, ELECTRONICS, AND PHOTONICS 

E. POLYMERIC IONIC CONDUCTORS 

F. SURFACE SCIENCE AND COMPOSITE MATERIALS 

G. CLATHRATE (MOLECULAR INCLUSION) CHEMISTRY 

H. REVIEW ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS 

I.  BOOKS 

J. PATENTS

A. PUBLICATIONS ON FUNDAMENTAL POLYMER CHEMISTRY

 

2.         Allcock, H. R.; Eastham, A. M.

            Co-Catalysis in Friedel-Crafts Reactions. Polymerization of 2-Butene by Boron Fluoride-Methanol

            Can. J. Chem. 1963, 41, 932-936 

 

5.         Allcock, H. R.; Kugel, R. L.

            Ionic Polymerization of Diphenylphosphine Oxide

            J. Polymer Sci., Part A, 1963, 1, 3627-3642 

7.         Allcock, H. R.; Best, R. J.

            The Mechanism of Phosphonitrilic Chloride Polymerization. Capacitance, Conductance, and Electron‑Spin Resonance Studies

            Can. J. Chem. 1964, 42, 447‑455.

 

12.       Allcock, H. R.; Kugel, R. L.

            Synthesis of High Polymeric Alkoxy‑ and Aryloxyphosphonitriles

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1965, 87, 4216‑4217

 

14.       Allcock, H. R.; Kugel, R. L.; Valan, K. J.

            High Molecular Weight Poly(alkoxy‑ and aryloxyphosphazenes)

            Inorg. Chem. 1966, 5, 1709‑1715.

 

15.       Allcock, H. R.; Kugel, R. L.

            High Molecular Weight Poly(diaminophosphazenes)

            Inorg. Chem. 1966, 5, 1716‑1718.

 

33.       Allcock, H. R.; Moore, G. Y.

            Synthesis of Poly(organophosphazene) Copolymers and Crosslinked Polymers by Ligand Exchange

            Macromolecules 1972, 5, 231‑232.

 

36        Allcock, H. R.; Kugel, R. L.; Stroh, E. G.

            The Structure and Properties of Poly(difluorophosphazenes)

            Inorg. Chem. 1972, 11, 1120‑1123.

 

48.       Allcock, H. R.; Gardner, J. E.; Smeltz, K. M.

            Polymerization of Hexachlorocyclotriphosphazene. The Role of Phosphorus Pentachloride, Water, and Hydrogen Chloride

            Macromolecules 1975, 8, 36‑42.

 

49.       Allcock, H. R.; Moore, G. Y.

            Polymerization and Copolymerization of Phenyl‑halogenocyclotriphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1975, 8, 377‑382.

 

24.       Allcock, H. R.; Mack, D. P.

            High Molecular Weight Poly(diaminophosphazenes) with Mixed Substituents

            J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1970, 11, 685.

 

37.       Allcock, H. R.; Cook, W. J.; Mack, D. P.

            High Molecular Weight Poly[bis(amino)phosphazenes] and Mixed Substituent

            Poly(aminophosphazenes), Inorg. Chem. 1972, 11, 2584‑2590.

 

44.       Allcock, H. R.; Cook, W. J.

            Thermolysis of Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene]

            Macromolecules 1974, 7, 284‑290.

 

45.       Allcock, H. R.; Moore, G. Y.; Cook, W. J.

            The Thermal Breakdown of Poly(diphenoxyphosphazene)

            Macromolecules 1974 7, 571575.

 

57.       Allcock, H. R.; Allen, R. W.; Meister, J. J.

            Conformational Analysis of Poly(dihalophosphazenes)

            Macromolecules 1976, 9, 950‑955

 

58.       Allen, R. W.; Allcock, H. R.

            Conformational Analysis of Poly(alkoxy‑ and aryloxyphosphazenes)

            Macromolecules 1976, 9, 956‑960.

 

60.       Allcock, H. R.; Patterson, D. B.

            Ring‑Ring and Ring‑Chain Equilibration of Dimethylphosphazenes.

            Relationship to Phosphazene Polymerization

 

61.       Allcock, H. R.; Allen, R. W.; O'Brien, J. P.

            Synthesis of Platinum Derivatives of Polymeric and Cyclic Phosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1977, 99, 3984‑3987

 

64.       Allcock, H. R.; Patterson, D. B.; Evans, T. L.

            Synthesis of Alkyl and Aryl Phosphazene High Polymers

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1977, 99, 6095‑6096.

 

68.       Allcock, H. R.; Schmutz, J. L.; Kosydar, K. M.

            A New Route for Poly(organophosphazene) Synthesis. Polymerization, Copolymerizaton, and Ring‑Ring Equilibration of Trifluoroethoxy‑ and

            Chloro‑substituted Cyclotriphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1978, 11, 179‑186.

 

72.       Allcock, H. R.; Patterson, D. B.; Evans, T. L.

            Synthesis of Open‑Chain Poly(difluorophosphazene) and its Reactions with Alkoxides

            Macromolecules 1979, 12, 172‑177.

 

79.       Allcock, H. R.; Chu, C. T.‑W.

            The Reaction of Phenyllithium with Poly(dichlorophosphazene)

            Macromolecules 1979, 12, 551‑555.

 

81.       Ritchie, R. J.; Harris, P. J.; Allcock, H. R.

            Polymerization of Monoalkyl‑pentachloro‑cyclotriphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1979, 12, 1014‑1015.

 

82.       Allcock, H. R.; Evans, T. L.; Patterson, D. B.

            The Reaction of Poly(difluorophosphazene) with Phenyllithium

            Macromolecules 1980, 13, 201‑207.

 

85.       Allcock, H. R.; Arcus, R. A.

            Crystalline Transitions and Related Physical Properties of Poly(dichloro‑phosphazene)

            Macromolecules 1979, 12, 1130‑1136.

 

89.       Allcock, H. R.; Arcus, R. A.; Stroh, E. G.

            X‑Ray Diffraction Analysis of the Stucture of Poly(dichlorophosphazene)

            Macromolecules 1980, 919‑928.

 

94.       Allcock, H. R.; Fuller, T. J.; Evans, T. L.

            Side Group Construction in High Polymeric Phosphazenes Via Lithiophenoxy Intermediates

            Macromolecules 1980, 13, 1325‑1332.

 

95.       Allcock, H. R.; Ritchie, R. J.; Harris, P. J.

            Synthesis of Alkylphosphazene High Polymers Via the Polymerization of Monoalkylpentachlorocyclotriphosphazenes, N3P3Cl5R

            Macromolecules 1980, 13, 1332‑1338.

 

99.       Allcock, H. R.; Scopelianos, A. G.; O'Brien, J. P.; Bernheim, M. Y.

            Synthesis and Structure of Carborane‑Substituted Cyclic and Polymeric Phosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1981, 103, 350‑357.

 

101.     Evans, T. L.; Allcock, H. R.

            Poly(difluorophosphazene): A New Intermediate for the Synthesis of Poly‑(organophosphazenes)

             J. Macro. Sci. ‑ Chem. (Proc. of Symp. on Inorganic Macromolecules) 1981, A16(1), 409‑423.

 

107.     Evans, T. L.; Patterson, D. B.; Suszko, P. R.; Allcock, H. R.

            A Crosslinking Mechanism in the Reactions of Poly(difluorophosphazene) with Alkyllithium Reagents

            Macromolecules 1981, 14, 218‑221.

 

109.     Allcock, H. R.; Austin, P. E.; Rakowsky, T. F.

            Diazo Coupling Reactions with Poly(organophosphazenes)

            Macromolecules 1981, 14, 1622‑1625.

 

116.     Allcock, H. R.; Ferrar, W. T.; Levin, M. L.

            Polymerization in Clathrate Tunnel Systems:  Stereo‑Controlled Polymerization of Unsaturated Monomers in Crystals of

            Tris(o‑phenylenedioxy)cyclotri‑phosphazene

            Macromolecules 1982, 15, 697‑703.

 

124.     Allcock, H. R.; Scopelianos, A. G.; Whittle, R. R.; Tollefson, N. M.

            Cyclic and High Polymeric Carboranyl Phosphazenes as Ligands for Transition Metals

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1983 105, 1316‑1321.

 

127.     Austin, P. E.; Riding, G. H.; Allcock, H. R.

            An Improved Method for the Synthesis of Poly(organophosphazenes) and Hindered Cyclophosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1983, 16, 719‑722.

 

130.     Allcock, H. R.; Hymer, W. C.; Austin, P. E.

            Diazo Coupling of Catecholamines with Poly(organophosphazenes)

            Macromolecules 1983, 16, 1401‑1406.

 

145.     Scopelianos, A. G.; Allcock, H. R.

            Solution Polymerization of Chlorocyclophosphazenes in Carbon Disulfide

            Macromolecules 1987, 20, 432‑433.

 

148.     Allcock, H. R.; Brennan, D. J.; Allen, R. W.

            Reactions between Hexachlorocyclotriphosphazene and Hexamethylcyclotri‑siloxane: Polymerization, Ring Cleavage, and Crosslinking

            Inorganic Chemistry 1985, 18, 139‑144.

 

149.     Allcock, H. R.; Levin, M. L.

            The Stereocontrolled Polymerization of Acrylic Monomers Within a Tris‑(o‑phenylenedioxy)cyclotriphosphazene Tunnel Clathrate

            Macromolecules 1985, 18, 1324‑1330.

 

150.     Allcock, H. R.; Connolly, M. S.

            Polymerization and Halogen Scrambling Behavior of Phenyl‑Substituted Cyclotriphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1985, 18, 1330‑1340.

 

151.     Allcock, H. R.; Lavin, K. D.; Riding, G. H.

            Ring‑Opening Polymerization of Metallocene Cyclophosphazene Derivatives

            Macromolecules 1985 18, 1340‑1345.

 

159.     Dubois, R. A.; Garrou, P. E.; Lavin, K. D.; Allcock, H. R.

            Cobalt Hydroformylation Catalyst Supported on a Phosphinated Polyphosphazene: Identification of Phosphorus‑Carbon Bond Cleavage as a

            Mode of Catalyst Deactivation

            Organometallics 1986, 5, 460‑466.

 

160.     Allcock, H. R.; Riding, G. H.; Lavin, K. D.

            Polymerization of New Metallocenylphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1987, 20, 6‑10.

 

176.     Allcock, H. R.; Mang, M. N.; McDonnell, G. S.; Parvez, M.

            Transition Metal Derivatives of Polyphosphazenes:  Syntheses of Polyphosphazenes and Cyclic Model Compounds with Iron Cyclopentadienyl

            Carbonyl Side Groups

            Macromolecules 1987, 20, 2060‑2067.

 

181.     Allcock, H. R.; Brennan, D. J.; Graaskamp, J. M.

            Ring‑Opening Polymerization of Methylsilane‑ and Methylsiloxane‑Substituted Cyclotriphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1988, 21, 1‑10.

 

182.     Allcock, H. R.; Connolly, M. S.; Sisko, J. T.; Al‑Shali, S.

            Effects of Organic Side Group Structures on the Properties of Poly‑(organophosphazenes)

            Macromolecules 1988, 21, 323‑334.

 

183.     Allcock, H. R.; Desorcie, J. L.; Rutt, J. S.

            Alkylation of Cyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes via Reactions between Aluminum Alkyls and Aminophosphazenes

            Organometallics 1988, 7, 612‑619.

 

186.     Allcock, H. R.; Brennan, D. J.

            Organosilicon Derivatives of Cyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes

            J. Organomet. Chem., 1988, 341, 231‑239.

 

194.     Allcock, H. R.; Brennan, D. J.; Dunn, B. S.

            Synthesis of Polyphosphazenes Bearing Geminal Trimethylsilylmethylene and Alkyl or Phenyl Side Groups

            Macromolecules 1989,22, 1534‑1539.

 

195.     Allcock, H. R.; Mang, M. N.; Benesi, A. J.

            Polyphosphazene Molecular Dynamics Using Solid State 2D NMR

            Reported in Mang, M. N., Ph.D. Thesis, The Pennsylvania State University, 1988

 

199.     Manners, I.; Riding, G. H.; Dodge, J. A.; Allcock, H. R.

            Role of Ring Strain and Steric Hindrance in a New Method for the Synthesis of Macrocyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1989, 111, 3067‑3069.

 

201.     Allcock, H. R.; Mang, M. N.; Dembek, A. A.; Wynne, K. J.

            Poly(aryloxyphosphazenes) with Phenylphenoxy and Related Bulky Side Groups. Synthesis, Thermal Transition Behavior, and Optical Properties

            Macromolecules 1989, 22, 4179‑4190.

 

205.     Manners, I.;  Renner, G.; Nuyken, O.; Allcock, H. R.

            Polycarbophosphazenes:  A New Class of Inorganic‑Organic Macromolecules

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1989, 111, 5478‑5480.

 

207.     Allcock, H. R.; Coggio, W. D.

            Organosiloxyphosphazene Polymers:  Synthesis via Aminosiloxane Reagents

            Macromolecules 1990, 23, 1626‑1635.

 

209.     Dodge, J. A.; Manners, I.; Allcock, H. R.; Renner, G.; Nuyken O.

            Polythiophosphazenes:  New Inorganic Macromolecules with Backbones Composed of Phosphorus, Nitrogen, and Sulfur Atoms

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1990, 112, 1268‑1269.

 

211.     Brennan, D. J.; Graaskamp, J.; Dunn, B. S.; Allcock, H. R.

            Organosilicon Derivatives of Cyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes

            Inorg. Synth. 1989, 25, 60‑68

 

214.     Allcock, H. R.; McDonnell, G. S.; Desorcie, J. L.

            Synthesis of New Polyphosphazene Elastomers

            Macromolecules 1990, 23, 3873‑3877.

 

218.     Allcock, H. R.; McDonnell, G. S.; Desorcie, J. L.

            Ring Expansion and Equilibration in Organophosphazenes, and the Relationship to Polymerization

            Inorganic Chemistry 1990, 29, 3839‑3844.

 

224.     Allcock, H. R.; Coley, S. M.; Manners, I.; Renner, G.; Nuyken, O.

            Poly[(aryloxy)carbophosphazenes]: Synthesis, Properties, and Thermal Transition Behavior

            Macromolecules 1991, 24, 2024‑2028.

 

225.     Visscher, K, B.; Manners, I.; Allcock, H. R.

            Interpenetrating Polymer Networks of Poly(organophosphazenes) and Organic Polymers

            Macromolecules 1990, 23, 4885‑4886.

 

229.     Allcock, H. R.; Rutt, J. S.; Welker, M. F.; Parvez, M.

            Cyanophosphazene Small Molecules and High Polymers: Synthesis and Structure

            Inorganic Chemistry 1993, 32, 2315‑2321.

 

231.     Allcock, H. R.; Rutt, J. S.

            Synthesis of Polyphosphazenes with Isothiocyanato, Thiourethane, and Thiourea Side Groups

            Macromolecules 1991, 24, 2852‑2857.

 

235.     Allcock, H. R.; Rutt, J. S.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.

            A Surface Reaction of Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene] Films by Basic Hydrolysis

            Chemistry of Materials 1991, 3, 442‑449.

 

240.     Allcock, H. R.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.

            Functionalization of the Surface of Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene] by Reactions with Alkoxide Nucleophiles

            Chemistry of Materials 1991, 3, 450‑454.

 

245.     Ngo, D. C.; Rutt, J. S.; Allcock, H. R.

            Poly(phosphazophosphazenes):  A New Class of Inorganic Polymers with Short‑Chain Branching

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1991, 113, 5075‑5076.

 

250.     Allcock, H. R.; Dodge, J. A.; Manners, I.; Riding, G. H.

            Strain‑Induced Ring‑Opening Polymerization of Ferrocenylorganocyclotriphosphazenes:  A New Synthetic Route to Poly(organophosphazenes)

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1991, 113, 9596‑9603.

 

252.     Allcock, H. R.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.

            Sulfonation of Aryloxy‑ and Arylamino‑Phosphazenes: Small‑Molecule Compounds, Polymers, and Surfaces

            Chemistry of Materials 1991, 3, 1120‑1132.

 

256.     Allcock, H. R.; Ngo, D. C.

            Synthesis of Poly(bis‑phosphazo)phosphazenes Bearing Aryloxy and Alkoxy Side Groups

            Macromolecules 1992, 25, 2802‑2810.

 

258.     Allcock, H. R.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.; Salvati, L.

            Oxidation of Poly[di(4‑methylphenoxy)phosphazene] Surfaces, and Chemistry of the Surface Carboxylic Acid Groups

            Chemistry of Materials 1992, 4, 769‑775.

 

268.     Allcock, H. R.; Turner, M. L.

            Ring Expansion and Polymerization of Transannular‑Bridged Cyclotri-phosphazenes and Their Spirocyclic Analogues

            Macromolecules 1993, 26 3‑10.

 

269.     Allcock, H. R.; Visscher, K. B.; Manners, I.

            Polyphosphazene‑Organic Polymer Interpenetrating Polymer Networks

            Chemistry of Materials 1992, 4, 1188‑1192.

 

271.     Allcock, H. R.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.; Visscher, K.

            Thin Layer Grafts of Poly[bis(methoxyethoxyethoxy)phosphazene] on Organic Polymer Surfaces

            Chemistry of Materials 1992, 4, 775‑780.

 

272.     Allcock, H. R.; Coggio, W. D.

            Synthesis and Properties of High Polymeric Phosphazenes with Trimethylsilyl-Methyl Side Groups

            Macromolecules 1993, 26, 764‑771.

 

274.     Allcock, H. R.; Dodge, J. A.; Manners, I.

            Poly(thiophosphazenes): New Inorganic Polymers

            Macromolecules 1993, 26, 11‑16.

 

280.     Allcock, H. R.; Nelson, C. J.; Coggio, W. D.; Manners, I.; Koros, W. J.; Walker, D. R. B.; Pessan, L. A.

            Gas Permeation and Selectivity of Poly(organophosphazene) Membranes

            Macromolecules 1993, 26, 1493‑1502.

 

284.     Allcock, H. R.; Klingenberg, E. H.; Welker, M. F.

            Alkylsulfonation of Cyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1993, 26, 5512‑5516.

 

294.     Allcock, H. R.; Kim, Y. B.

            Synthesis, Characterization, and Modification of Poly(organophosphazenes) that Bear Both 2,2,2‑Trifluoroethoxy and Phenoxy Groups

            Macromolecules 1994, 6, 516‑524.

 

295.     Allcock, H. R.; Dudley, G. K.; Silverberg, E. N.

            Stereocontrolled Polymerization of Diene Monomers within a Tris(o‑phenylene dioxy)cyclotriphosphazene Tunnel Clathrate

            Macromolecules 1994, 27, 1039‑1044.

 

296.     Allcock, H. R.; Silverberg, E. N.; Dudley, G. K.

            Stereocontrolled Polymerization within a Cyclophosphazene Clathrate Tunnel

            Macromolecules 1994, 27, 1033‑1038.

 

298.     Allcock, H. R.; Coley, S. M.; Manners, I.; Visscher, K. B.; Parvez, M.

            Reactivity and Polymerization of Pentachlorocyclo(carbotriphosphazene), N3P2CCl5

            Inorg. Chem. 1993, 32, 5088‑5094.

 

303.     Diefenbach, U.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of Cyclo‑ and Polyphosphazenes with Pyridine Side Groups

            Inorganic Chemistry 1994, 33, 4562-4565.

 

304.     Allcock, H. R.; Coley, S. M.; Morrissey, C. T.

            Synthesis and Properties of Poly[amino(carbophosphazenes)]

            Macromolecules 1994, 27, 2904-2911.

 

308.     Allcock, H. R.; Smith, D. E.; Kim, Y. B.; Fitzgerald, J. J.

            Poly(organophosphazenes) Containing Allyl Side Groups: Cross‑linking by Hydrosilylation

            Macromolecules 1994, 27, 5206-5215.

 

312.     Allcock, H. R.; Silverberg, E. N.; Dudley, G. K.; Pucher, S. R.

            Inclusion Polymerization Within a Tris(2,3‑naphthalenedioxy)cyclitrophosphazene Clathrate         

            Macromolecules 1994, 27, 7550-7555.

 

313.     Allcock, H. R.; Kuharcik, S. E.; Morrissey, C. T.; Ngo, D. C.

            Poly(monophosphazo)phosphazenes:  New Polymers with N=PR3Side Groups

            Macromolecules 1994, 27, 7556-7564.

 

322.     Allcock, H. R.; Smith, D. E.

            Surface Studies of Poly(organophosphazenes) Containing Diemethylsiloxane Grafts

            Chemistry of Materials 1995, 7, 1469-1474.

 

324.     Allcock, H. R.; Visscher, K. B.; Kim, Y.-B.

            New Polyphosphazenes with Unsaturated Side Groups:  Use as Reaction Intermediates, Cross-Linkable Polymers, and as Components of

            Interpenetrating Polymer Networks

            Macromolecules 1996, 2721-2728.

 

328.     Honeyman, C. H.; Manners, I,; Morrissey, C. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Ambient Temperature Synthesis of Poly(dichlorophosphazene) with Molecular Weight Control

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1995, 117, 7035-7036.

 

332.     Mack, L. L.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.; Allcock, H. R.

            Hydrophobicity, Hydrophilicity, and Amphiphilicity in Phosphazene Small Molecules and High Polymers:  Langmuir-Blodgett Studies

            Langmuir, 1997, 13, 2123-2132.

 

335.     Allcock, H. R.; Dudley, G. K.

            Lower Critical Solubility Temperature Study of Alkyl Ether-Based Polyphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1996, 29, 1313-1319.

 

341.     Allcock, H. R.; Kuharcik, S. E.; Nelson, C. J.

            The Synthesis and Characterization of Amino-organosiloxane-Bearing Polyphosphazenes:  New Properties by the Elimination of Hydrogen

            Bonding

            Macromolecules 1996, 29, 3686-3693.

 

343.     Allcock, H. R.; Morrissey, C. T.; Way, W. K.; Winograd, N.

            Controlled Formation of Carboxylic Acid Grops at Polyphosphazene Surfaces: Oxidative and Hydrolytic Routes

            Chemistry of Materials 1996, 8, 2730-2738.

 

345.     Allcock, H. R.; O’Connor, S. J. M.; Olmeijer, D. L.; Napierala, M. E.; Cameron, C. G.

            Polyphosphazenes Bearing Branched and Linear Oligoethyleneoxy Side Groups as Solid Solvents for Ionic Conduction

            Macromolecules 1996, 23, 7544-7552.

 

347.     Allcock, H. R.; Crane, C. A.; Morrissey, C. T.; Nelson, J. M.; Reeves, S. D.; Honeyman, C. H.; Manners, I.

            Living Cationic Polymerization of Phosphoranimines as an Ambient Temperature route to Polyphosphazenes with Controlled Molecular Weights,

            Macromolecules 1996, 29, 7740-7747.

 

349.     Allcock, H. R.; Nelson, J. M.; Reeves, S. D.; Honeyman, C. H.; Manners, I.

            Ambient Temperature Direct Synthesis of Poly(organophosphazenes) via the Living Cationic Polymerization of Organo-substituted

            Phosphoranimines

            Macromolecules 1997, 30, 50-56.

 

351.     Nelson, J. M.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of Triarmed Star Polyphosphazenes via the “Living" Cationic Polymerization of Phosphoranimines at Ambient Temperatures

            Macromolecules 1997, 30, 1854-1856.

 

354.     Allcock, H. R.; Reeves, S. D.; Nelson, J. M.; Crane, C. A.; Manners, I.

            Polyphosphazene Block Copolymers via the Living Cationic, Ambient Temperature Polymerization of Phosphoranimines

            Macromolecules 1997, 30, 2213-2215.

 

357.     Nelson, J. M.; Allcock, H. R.; Manners, I.

            Cationic Homo- and Copolymerization of Fluorophosphoranimines as an Ambient Temperature Synthetic Route to Poly(fluorophosphazenes),

            [N=PF(R)]n, with Controlled  Architectures

            Macromolecules 1997, 30, 3191-3196.

 

358.     Allcock, H. R.; Krause, W. E.

            Polyphosphazenes with Adamantyl Side Groups

            Macromolecules 1997, 30, 5683-5687.

 

365.     Nelson, J. M.; Primrose, A. P.; Hartle, T. J.; Allcock, H. R.; Manners, I.

            Synthesis and Characterization of High Tg Polyphosphazenes via Functionalized Intermediates:  Potential Electro-optical Materials

            Macromolecules 1998, 31, 5206-5214.

 

367.     Allcock, H. R.; Olmeijer, D. L.; O’Connor, S. J. M.

            Cation Complexation and Conductivity in Crown Ether Bearing Polyphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1998, 31, 753-759.

 

369.     Allcock, H. R.; McIntosh, M. B.; Klingenberg, E. H.; Napierala, M. E.

            Functionalized Polyphosphazenes: Phosphazenes with Pendent Tertiary Trialkylamino Groups

            Macromolecules 1998, 31, 5255-5263.

 

371.     Allcock, H. R.; Crane, C. A.; Morrissey, C. T.; Olshavsky, M. A.

            A New Route to the Phosphazene Polymerization Precursors, Cl3P=NSiMe3 and (NPCl2)3

            Inorganic Chemistry 1999, 38, 280-283.

 

377.     Allcock, H. R.; Primrose, A. P.; Sunderland, N. J.; Rheingold, A. L.; Guzei, I. A.; Parvez, M.

            Inclusion of Polymers within the Crystal Structure of Tris(o-phenylenedioxy) cyclotriphosphazene

            Proc. Int. Phosphorus Conf. Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon 1999, 144-146, 61-64.

 

378.     Allcock, H. R.                                                                                                                                                 

            Recent Developments with an Impact on the Future of Polyphosphazene Science and Technology

            Proc. of Int. Phosphorus Conf. Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon 1999, 144-146, 61-64.

 

380.     Allcock, H. R.; Laredo, W. R.; de Denus, C. R.; Taylor, J. P.

            Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization of Phosphazene-Functionalized Norbornenes

            Macromolecules 1999, 32, 7719-7725

 

383.     Allcock, H. R; Nelson, J. M.; Prange, R.; Crane, C. A.; de Denus, C. R.                 

            Synthesis of Telechelic Polyphosphazenes via the Ambient Temperature Living Cationic Polymerization of Amino Phosphoranimines

            Macromolecules 1999, 32, 5736-5743.

 

385.     Prange, R.; Allcock, H. R.

            Telechelic Syntheses of the First Phosphazene Siloxane Block Copolymers

            Macromolecules 1999, 32, 6390-6392.

 

388.     Allcock, H. R.; de Denus, C. R.; Prange, R.; Nelson, J. M.

            Synthesis of Trifluoromethyl and Methyl Phosphazene Polymers: Differences Between Polymerization and Initiator/Terminator Properties

            Macromolecules 1999, 32, 7999-8004.

 

395.     Allcock, H. R.; Reeves, S. D.; Nelson, J. M.; Manners, I.

            Synthesis and Characterization  of Phosphazene Di- and Tri-block Copolymers via the Controlled Cationic, Ambient Temperature Polymerization

            of Phosphornimines

            Macromolecules 2000, 33, 3999-4007.

 

396.     Diefenbach, U.; Cannon, A. M.; Stromberg, B. E.; Olmeijer, B. E.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Metal Coordination of Thioether Containing Cyclo- and Poly(organophosphazenes)

            J. Applied Polymer Science 2000, 78, 650-661.

 

397.     Allcock, H. R.; Reeves, S. D.; de Denus, C. R.; Crane, C. A.

            Influence of Reaction Parameters on the Living Cationic Polymerization of Phosphoranimines to Polyphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 748-754.

 

398.     Chang, Y.; Lee, S. C.; Kim, C.; Reeves, S. D.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Micellar Characterization of an Amphiphilic Diblock Copolyphosphazene

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 269-274.

 

399.     Hartle, T. J.; Sunderland, N. J.; McIntosh, M. B.; Allcock, H. R.

            Phosphinimine Modifiation of Organic Polymers

            Macromoleules 2000, 33, 4307-4309.

 

406.     Prange, R.; Reeves, S. D.; Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazene-Polystyrene Copolymers:  Block and Graft Copolymers from Polyphosphazene and Polystyrene Macromonomers

            Macromolecules 2000, 33, 5763-5765.

 

408.     Kellam, E. C.; Hofmann, M. A.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of Well-Defined Cyclolinear Phosphazene-Containing Polymers via ADMET Polymerization

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 5140-5146.

 

412.     Allcock, H. R.; Laredo, W. R.; Kellam, E. C.; Morford, R. V.

            Polynorbornenes Bearing Pendent Cyclotriphosphazenes with Oligoethyleneoxy Side Groups:  Behavior as Solid Polymer Electrolytes

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 787-794.

 

414.     Allcock, H. R.; Sunderland, N. J.

            Separation of Polymers and Small Molecules by Crystalline Host Systems

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 3069-3076.

 

415.     Allcock, H. R.; de Denus, C. R.; Prange, R.; Laredo, W. R.

            Synthesis of Norbornenyl Telechelic Polyphosphazenes and Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization of (ROMP) Reactions

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 2757-2765.

 

416.     Allcock, H. R.; Hartle, T. J.; Taylor, J. P.; Sunderland, N. J.

            Organic Polymers with Cyclophosphazene Side Groups:  Influence of the Phosphazene on Physical Properties and Thermolysis

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 3896-3904.

 

419.     Allcock, H. R.; Prange, R.

            Properties of Poly(phosphazene-siloxane) Block Copolymers Synthesized via Telechelic Polyphosphazenes and Polysiloxane

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 6858-6865.

 

428.     York, S.; Kellam, E. C.; Allcock, H. R.; Frech, R.

            A Vibrational Spectroscopic Study of Lithium Triflate in Polyphosphazenes with Linear Oligoethyleneoxy Side Chains of Different Lengths

            Electrochim. Acta 2001, 46, 1553-1557.

 

430.     Allcock H. R.; Kellam, E. C.

            The Incorporation of Cyclic Phosphazene Trimers into Saturated and Unsaturated Ethylene-Like Polymer Backbones

            Macromolecules 2002, 35, 40-47.

 

433.     Hofmann, M. A.; Ambler, C. M.; Maher, A. E.; Chalkova, E.; Zhou, X. Y.; Lvov, S. N.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of Polyphosphazenes with Sulfonimide Side Groups

            Macromolecules 2002, 35, 6490-6493.

 

434.     Chang, Y.; Bender, J. D.; Phelps, M. V. B.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Self-Association Behavior of Biodegradable Amphiphilic Poly[bis(ethyl glycinat-N-y)phosphazene]-PEO Block Copolymers

            Biomacromolecules 2002, 3, 1364-1369.

 

435.     Allcock, H. R.; Hofmann, M. A.; Ambler, C. M.; Morford, R. V.

            Phenylphosphonic Acid Functionalized Poly[aryloxyphosphazenes]

            Macromolecules 2002, 35, 3483-3489.

 

440.     Chang, Y.; Powell, E. S.; Allcock, H. R.; Park, S. M.; Kim, C.

            Thermosensitive Behavior of Poly[bis(methoxyethoxyethoxy)- phosphazene]-Poly(ethylene oxide) Block Copolymers

            Macromolecules 2003, 36, 2568-2570.

 

441.     Chang, Y.; Allcock, H. R.

            A Covalently Interconnected Phosphazene-Silicate Hybrid Network: Synthesis, Characterization, and Hydrogel-Related Applications

            Advanced Materials 2003, 15, 537-541.

 

443.     Chang, Y.; Prange, R.; Allcock, H. R.; Lee, S. C.; Kim, C.

            Amphiphilic Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene]-Poly(ethylene oxide) Block Copolymers:  Synthesis and Micellar Characteristics

            Macromolecules 2002, 35, 8556-8559.

 

446.     Allcock, H. R.; Maher, A. E.; Ambler, C. M.

            Side Group Exchange in Poly(organophosphazenes) with Fluoroalkoxy Substituents

            Macromolecules 2003, 36, 5566-5572.

 

447.     Maher, A. E.; Ambler, C. M.; Powell, E. S.; Allcock, H. R.

            Dependency of Thermal and Mechanical Properties on the Composition of Mixed-Substituent Poly(fluoroalkoxyphosphazenes)

            J. Applied  Polymer Science  2004, 92, 2569-2576.

 

449.     Allcock, H. R.; Powell,  E. S.; Maher, A. E.; Prange, A. E.; de Denus, C. R.

            Telechelic Polyphosphazenes:  Reaction of Living Poly(dichlorophosphazene) Chains with Alkoxy and Aryloxy Phosphoranimines

            Macromolecules 2004, 37, 3635-3641.

 

461.     Allcock, H. R.; Powell, E. S.; Maher, A. E.; Berda, E. B.

            Poly(methyl methacrylate)-graft-Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene] Copolymers: Synthesis, Characterization, and Effects of Polyphosphazene

            Incorporation

            Macromolecules 2004 37, 5824-5829.

 

462.     Maher, A. E.; Allcock, H. R.

            Influence of n-Hexoxy Group on the Properties of Fluoroalkoxyphosphazene Polymers

            Macromolecules 2005, 38, 641-642.

 

466.     Allcock, H. R.; Powell, E. S.; Chang, Y.; Kim, C.

            Synthesis and Micellar Behavior of Amphiphilic Polystyrene Poly[bis(methoxyethoxyethoxy)phosphazene] Block Copolymers

            Macromolecules 2004, 37, 7163-7167.

 

468.     Allcock, H. R.; Welna, D. T.; Maher, A. E.

            Single Ion Conductors:  Polyphosphazenes with Sulfonimide Functional Groups

            Solid State Ionics  2006, 177, 741-747

 

471.     Allcock, H. R.; Chang, Y.; Stone, D. A.

            Control of the Conjugation Length and Solubility in Electroluminescent Polymers

            J. Polymer Science  2006, 44, 69-76

 

477.     Singh, A.; Laredo, W.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Characterization of L-Tyrosine-Functionalized Polyphosphazenes

            Polym. Prepr. (Am. Chem. Soc. Div. Polym. Chem.) 2004, 45, 703-704.

 

478.     Stone, D. A.; Welna, D. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of Amphiphilic Copolymers Containing Pendent Substituted Cyclotriphosphazenes via Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization

            Polym. Prepr. (Am. Chem. Soc. Div. Polym. Chem.) 2004, 45, 696-697

 

480.     Powell, E. S.; Chang, Y.; Allcock, H. R.; Kim,C.

            Self-Organization of Amphiphilic Polyphosphazene-Polystyrene Block Copolymers 

            Polym. Prepr. (ACS Div. Polym. Chem) 2004, 45, 49

 

485.     Chang, Y.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Characterization of Covalently Interconnected Phosphazene-Silicate Hybrid Network Membranes

            Chemistry of Materials 2005, 17, 4449-4454.

 

493.     Welna, D. T.; Stone, D.A.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of Cyclotriphosphazene Functionalized Polyoctenamers Via Ring Opening Metathesis Polymerization of Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Monomers

            Polym. Prepr. (ACS Div. Polym. Chem.) 2005, 46(2),1055-1056

 

505.     Allcock, H. R.; Welna, D. T.; Stone, D. A.

            Synthesis of Pendent Functionalized-Cyclotriphosphazene Polyoctenamers: Amphiphilic Lithium-Ion Conductive Materials

            Macromolecules 2005, 38, 10406-10412.

 

508.     Singh, A.; Krogman, N. R.; Sethuraman, S.; Nair, L. S.; Sturgeon, J.; Brown, P. W.; Laurencin, C. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Effect of Side Group Chemistry on the Properties of Biodegradable  L-alanine Co-Substituted Polyphosphazenes

            Biomacromolecules 2006, 7, 914-918

 

510.     Stone D. A., Allcock, H. R.

            A New Polymeric Intermediate for the Synthesis of Hybrid Inorganic-Organic Polymers

            Macromolecules 2006, 39, 4935-4937.

 

512.     Conner, D. A.; Welna, D. T.; Chang, Y.; Allcock, H. R.

            Influence of Terminal Phenyl  Groups on the Side Chains of Phosphazene Polymers: Structure-Property Relationships and Polymer Electrolyte Behavior

            Macromolecules 2007, 40, 322-328.

 

513.     Welna, D. T.; Stone, D. A.; Allcock, H. R.

            Lithium Ion Conductive Polymers as Prospective Membranes in Lithium-Seawater  Batteries

            Chemistry of Materials 2006, 18, 4486-4492

 

514.     Stone, D. A.; Welna, D. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Characterization of Lithium Ion Conductive Membranes with Low Water Permeation

            Chemistry of Materials 2007, 19, 2473-2482

 

515.     Allcock, H. R.; Cho, S. Y.; Steely, L. B.

            New Amphiphilic Poly[bis(2,2,2-trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene]/Poly(propylene-glycol) Triblock Copolymers:  Synthesis and Micellar Characteristics 

            Macromolecules 2006, 39, 8334-8338

 

518.     Klein, R.; Welna, D.T.; Weikel, A.; Allcock, H. R.; Runt, J.

            Counterion Effects on Ion Mobility Ion Concentration of Doped Polyphosphazenes and Polyphosphazene Ionomers

            Macromolecules 2007, 40, 3990-3995

 

520.     Cho, S. Y.; Allcock, H. R.

            Dendrimers Derived from Polyphosphazene-Poly(propyleneimine) Systems: Encapsulation and Triggered Release of Hydrophobic Guest Molecules

            Macromolecules 2007, 40, 3115-3121

 

531.     Krogman, N. R.; Steely, L.; Hindenlang, M. D.; Nair, L. S.; Laurencin, C. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Ccharacterization of Phosphazene-Block-Polyester and Poly-phosphazene-Block-Polycarbonates

            Macromolecules 2008, 41, 1126-1130

 

539.     Chang, Y.; Cho, S. Y.; Steely, L. B.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Self Association Behavior of Poy[bis(2-(2-methoxyethoxy)-ethoyxy-phosphazene]-b-Poly(propylene-glycol) Triblock Copolymers 

            J. Polym. Sci., Part A, Polym. Chem. 2009, 47, 692-699

 

556.     Cho, S.Y.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of Adamantyl Polyphosphazene-Polystyrene Block Copolymers and beta-Cyclodextrin-Adamantyl Side Group Complexation

            Macromolecules 2009, 42, 4484-4490

 

593.     Chen, C.; Hess, A. R.; Jones, A.; Liu, X.; Barber, G. D.; Mallouk, T. E.; Allcock, H. R.

            Quaternization of Poly(aryloxy- and alkoxyphosphazenes)

            Macromolecules 2012, 45, 1182-1189

 

595.     Liu, X.; Tian, Z.; Chen. C.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Characterization of Brush-shapred Hybrid Inorganic-Organic Polymers 

            Macromolecules  2012, 45, 1417-1426

 

597.     Tian, Z.; Liu, X.; Chen. C.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Micellar Behavior of Novel Amphiphilic Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)-phosphazene]-co-poly[(dimethylamino)ethyl methacrylate] Block Copolymers

            Macromolecules 2012, 45, 2502-2508

 

601.     Chen, C.; Liu, X.; Tian, Z.; Allcock, H. R

            Trichloroethoxy-Substituted Polyphosphazenes:  Synthesis Characterization and Properties

            Macromolecules 2012

 

607.     Liu, X.; Breon, J.; Chen, C.; Allcock, H. R.

            Substituent Exchange Reactions of Linear Oligomeric Aryloxy Phosphazenes with Sodium 2,2,2-Trifluoroethoxide

            Inorganic Chemistry, 2012, 51(21), 11910-11916

 

607.     Liu, Zhang, H.; Tian, Z.; Sen, A.; Allcock, H. R.

            Preparation of Quaternized Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Brush Polyphosphazene-co-poly[2-(dimethylamino-ethyl methacrylate] Elecrospun Fibers and their Anti-bacterial Properties

            Polymer Chemistyr 2012, 3, 2082-2091

 

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B. SMALL-MOLECULE MODEL CHEMISTRY

 

1.         Kugel, R. L.; Hodgson, W. G.; Allcock, H. R.

            The Formation of Radical Anions in Fluorene Metallation

            Chem. and Ind. 1962, 1649‑1650.

 

6.         Allcock, H. R.

            New Reactions of Phosphonitrilic Chloride Trimer.  Substitution and Cleavage Reactions with Catechol and Triethylamine

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1963, 85, 4050.

 

8.         Reactions of Phosphonitrilic Chlorides with Catechol and Triethylamine

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1964, 86, 2591‑2595.

 

10.       Allcock, H. R.; Siegel, L. A.

            Molecular Inclusion Compounds of Tris(o‑phenylenedioxy)phosphonitrilic Trimer

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1964, 86, 5140‑5144.

 

13.       Allcock, H. R.; Kugel, R. L.

            Cyclized Products From the Reactions of Hexachlorocyclotriphosphazene (Phosphonitrilic Chloride Trimer) with Aromatic Dihydroxy, Dithiol, and

            Diamino Compounds

            Inorg. Chem. 1966, 5, 1016‑10.

 

17.       Allcock, H. R.; Kugel, R. L.

            Degradation of Halogenophosphazenes to a New Phosphorane System

            J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1968, 24, 1606‑1607.

 

18.       Allcock, H. R.; Walsh, E. J.

            The Base‑Catalyzed Hydrolysis of Aryloxy‑ and Alkoxycyclophosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1969, 91, 3102‑3103.

 

19.       Allcock, H. R.; Kugel, R. L.

            The Reaction of o‑Aminophenol with Phosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1969, 91, 5452‑5456.

 

21.       Allcock, H. R.; Birdsall, W. J.

            Phosphonitrilic Radical Anions

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1969, 91, 7541‑7542.

 

23.       Allcock, H. R.; Walsh, E. J.

            The Basic Hydrolysis of Hexakis(aryloxy)cyclotriphosphazenes

            J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1970, 10, 580.

 

25.       Allcock, H. R.; Stein, M. T.; Stanko, J. A.

            The Crystal and Molecular Structure of Tris(2,2'‑dioxybiphenyl)cyclotri-phosphazene

             J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1970, 15, 944‑945

 

28.       Allcock, H. R.; Walsh, E. J.

            Synthesis of Spirophosphazenes with Five‑, Six‑, and Seven‑Membered Exocyclic Rings at Phosphorus

            Inorg. Chem. 1971, 10, 1643‑1647.

 

29.       Allcock, H. R.; Birdsall, W. J.

            Electroreduction and Electron Spin Resonance Spectra of Phosphazenes

            Inorg. Chem. 1971, 10, 2495‑2499.

 

30.       Allcock, H. R.; Stein, M. T.; Stanko, J. A.

            The Crystal and Molecular Structure of Tris(2,2'‑dioxybiphenyl)cyclotri‑phosphazene

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1971, 93, 3173‑3178.

 

32.       Allcock, H. R.; Walsh, E. J.

            The Alkaline Hydrolysis of Fluoroalkoxycyclophosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1972, 94, 119‑124.

 

38.       Allcock, H. R.; Walsh, E. J.

            The Basic Hydrolysis of Aryloxy and Spiroarylene‑dioxycyclophosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1972, 94, 4538‑4545.

 

40.       Allcock, H. R.; Bissell, E. C.; Shawl, E. T.

            The Crystal and Molecular Structure of a New Hexamolybdate‑Cyclophosphazene Complex

            Inorg. Chem. 1973, 12, 2963‑2968.

 

41.       Allcock, H. R.; Bissell, E. C..       

            Triethylammonium Tris(o‑phenylenedioxy)phosphate:  Crystal and Molecular Structure

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1973, 95, 3154‑3157.

 

43.       Allcock, H. R.; Stein, M. T.

            Clathration by Tris(2,3‑naphthalenedioxy)cyclotriphosphazene.  An X‑ray Crystal and Molecular Structure Study

            J. Am. Chem. Soc..1974, 96, 49‑52.

 

47.       Allcock, H. R.; Stein, M. T.; Bissell, E. C.

            A p‑Xylene Clathrate of Tris(1,8‑naphthalenedioxy)cyclotriphosphazene

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1974, 96, 4795‑4800.

 

50.       Schmutz, J. L.; Allcock, H. R.

            The Reaction of Sodium 2,2,2‑Trifluoroethoxide with Hexachlorocyclotri‑phosphazene

            Inorg. Chem. 1975, 14, 2433‑2438.

 

51.       Allcock, H. R.; Kugel; R. L.; Moore, G. Y.

            Mechanism of the Reactions between o‑Dinucleophiles and Cyclophosphazenes

            Inorg. Chem. 1975, 14, 2831‑2837.

 

53.       Allcock, H. R.; Smeltz, L. A.

            Substituent Exchange and Carbon‑Oxygen Bond Cleavage with Aryloxycyclo‑phosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1976, 98, 4143‑4149.

 

55.       Allcock, H. R.; Allen, R. W.; Bissell, E. C.; Smeltz, L. A.; Teeter, M.

            Molecular Motion and Molecular Separations in Cyclophosphazene Clathrates

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1976, 98, 5120‑5125.

 

62.       Allen, R. W.; O'Brien, J. P.; Allcock, H. R.

            Crystal and Molecular Structure of a Platinum‑Cyclophosphazene Complex‑‑cis‑Dichloro[octa(methylamino)cyclotetraphosphazene‑N,N']platinum(II)

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1977, 99, 3987‑3991.

 

65.       Avanzino, S. C.; Jolly, W. L.; Schaaf, T. F.; Allcock, H. R.

            Core Electron Binding Energies of Cyclotriphosphazenes and Cyclotetra‑phosphazenes

            Inorg. Chem. 1977, 16, 2046.

 

70.       Harris, P. J.; Allcock, H. R.

            Hydridophosphazenes.  Synthesis via Organocopper Reagents

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1978, 100, 6512.

 

73.       Evans, T. L.; Fuller, T. J.; Allcock, H. R.

            The Preparation of [NP(p‑OC6H4Li)2]3 by Metal‑Halogen Exchange, and Its Reactions with Electrophiles

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1979, 101, 242.

 

74.       O'Brien, J. P.; Allen, R. W.; Allcock, H. R.

            The Crystal and Molecular Structures of Two Cyclophosphazene‑Platinum Compounds:  [N4P4(CH3)8PtCl2.CH3CN] and [H2N4P4(CH3)8]2+PtCl42‑

            Inorg. Chem.,1979, 18, 2230‑2235.

 

75.       Allcock, H. R.; Evans, T. L.

            The Partial Aminolysis of (NPF2)3 or 4.

            Inorg. Chem. 1979, 18, 2342‑2344.

 

78.       Greigger, P. P.; Allcock, H. R.

            A Spirocyclophosphazene with Iron‑Phosphorus Bonds and a P‑Fe‑Fe Three‑Membered Ring

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1979, 101, 2492.

 

83.       Allcock, H. R.; Harris, P. J.

            Formation of Hydridocyclotriphosphazenes Via the Reactions of Organocopper Reagents with Halocyclotriphosphazenes:  The Reaction Mechanism

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1979, 101, 6221‑6229.

 

90.       Ritchie, R. J.; Harris, P. J.; Allcock, H. R.

            The Crystal and Molecular Structure of 1‑Hydrido‑1‑iso‑propyl‑tetrachloro‑cyclotriphosphazene

            Inorg. Chem. 1980, 2483‑2486.

 

92.       Allcock, H. R.; Evans, T. L.; Fuller, T. L.

            Small‑Molecule Cyclic Models for the Synthesis of New Polyphosphazenes: Side Group Construction Via Lithiophenoxy Derivatives

            Inorg. Chem. 1980, 19, 1026‑1030

 

93.       Ritchie, R. J.; Fuller, T. J.; Allcock, H. R.

            The Crystal and Molecular Structure of Hexa(imidazolyl)cyclotriphosphazene

            Inorg. Chem. 1980, 19, 3842‑3845.

 

97.       Ferrar, W. T.; Distefano, F. V.; Allcock, H. R.

            The Thermal Rearrangement of {NP(OCH3)2]3 and 4

            Macromolecules 1980, 13, 1345‑1350.

 

98.       Allcock, H. R.; Fuller, T. J.; Matsumura, K.

            Reactions of Steroid Salts with Hexachlorocyclotriphosphazenes

            J. Org. Chem. 1981, 46, 13‑22.

 

99.       Allcock, H. R.; Scopelianos, A. G.; O'Brien, J. P.; Bernheim, M. Y.

            Synthesis and Structure of Carborane‑Substituted Cyclic and Polymeric Phosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1981, 103, 350‑357.

 

100.     Allcock, H. R.; Harris, P. J.; Connolly, M. S.

            Synthesis of Alkylphosphazenes Via Copper‑Phosphazene Intermediates

            Inorg. Chem. 1981, 20, 11‑16.

 

102.     Allcock, H. R.; Greigger, P. P.; Wagner, L. J.; Bernheim, M. Y.

            Synthesis and Molecular Structure of Two Cyclotriphosphazenes with Phosphorus‑Iron Bonds

            Inorg. Chem 1981, 21, 716.

 

103.     Allcock, H. R.; Fuller, T. J.

            The Synthesis and Hydrolysis of Hexa(imidazolyl)cyclotriphosphazenes)

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1981, 103, 2250‑2256.

 

104.     Harris, P. J.; Nissan, R. A.; Allcock, H. R.

            Organometallic Phosphazenes:  Synthesis and Rearrangement of Propynyl and Propadienyl Cyclotriphosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1981, 103, 2256‑2261.

 

106.     Allcock, H. R.; Harris, P. J.

            Synthesis of New 1‑Halo‑1‑alkyltetrachlorocyclotriphosphazenes, Including the First Cyclophosphazenes with a Direct P‑I Bond.

            Inorg. Chem. 1981, 20, 2844‑2848.

 

112.     Allcock, H. R.; Fuller, T. J.; Matsumura, K.

            Hydrolysis Pathways for Aminophosphazenes

            Inorg. Chem. 1982, 515‑521.

 

113.     Allcock, H. R.; Connolly, M. S.; Harris, P. J.

            Reactions of Bi(cyclophosphazenes) with Sodium Alkoxides or Aryloxides

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1982, 104, 2482‑2490.

 

117.     Suszko. P. R.; Whittle, R. R.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of a Di‑iron‑spirocyclotriphosphazene and a Tri‑iron‑cluster‑cyclotriphosphazene

            J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1982, 649‑650.

 

119.     Levin, M. L.; Fieldhouse, J. W.; Allcock, H. R.

            Structure of the Triphenylphosphate‑Boron Trichloride Adduct

            Acta Cryst. 1982, B38, 2284‑2286.

 

120.     Suszko, P. R.; Whittle, R. R.; Allcock, H. R.

            Ferrocene‑Bound Cyclophosphazenes

            J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1982, 960‑962.

 

122.     Allcock, H. R.; Suszko, P. R.; Evans, T. L.

            Phosphazenes with Olefinic Side Groups:  Proton Abstraction Reactions of Fluoroalkoxy Derivatives

            Organometallics 1982, 1, 1443‑1449.

 

123.     Allcock, H. R.; Lavin, K. D.; Tollefson, N. M.; Evans, T. L.

            Phosphine‑Linked Phosphazenes as Carrier Molecules for Transition Metals

            Organometallics 1983, 2, 267‑275.

 

124.     Allcock, H. R.; Scopelianos, A. G.; Whittle, R. R.; Tollefson, N. M.

            Cyclic and High Polymeric Carboranyl Phosphazenes as Ligands for Transition Metals

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1983 105, 1316‑1321.

 

125.     Allcock, H. R.; Wagner, L. J.; Levin, M. L.

            Iron‑ and Ruthenium‑Linked Phosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1983, 105, 1321‑1327.

 

128.     Allcock, H. R.; Desorcie, J. L.; Harris, P. J.

            Mechanism of the Reaction Between Alkyl or Aryl Grignard Reagents and Hexa‑chlorocyclotriphosphazene:  An explanation of

            Bi(cyclophosphazene) Formation

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1983, 105, 2814‑2819.

 

131.     Allcock, H. R.; Connolly, M. S.; Whittle, R. R.

            Synthesis of 1‑Halo and 1‑Alkyl‑1‑phenyltetrachlorocyclotriphosphazene Polymerization "Monomers" from Bi(cyclophosphazenes)

            Organometallics 1983, 2, 1514‑1523.

 

132.     Allcock, H. R.; Lavin, K. D.; Riding, G. H.; Suszko, P. R.; Whittle, R. R.

            Synthesis and Structure of Metallocene Cyclophosphazene Derivatives

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1984, 106, 2337‑2347. 133.        

 

133.     Allcock, H. R.; Nissan, R. A.; Harris, P. J.; Whittle, R. R.

            Dicobalt‑Hexacarbonyl Complexes of Acetylenic Phosphazenes

            Organometallics 1984, 3, 432‑440.

 

141.     Dubois, R. A.; Garrou, P. E.; Lavin, K. D.; Allcock, H. R.

            Cobalt‑Mediated Phosphorus‑Aryl Bond Cleavage During Hydroformylation

            Organometallics 1984, 3, 649‑650.

 

142.     Allcock, H. R.; Lavin, K. D.; Riding, G. H.; Whittle, R. R.

            The Reaction of Mono‑ and Dilithioferrocene with Octachlorotetraphosphazene: The Crystal and Molecular Structures of

            N4P4Cl6(n‑C5H4)Fe(H‑C5H5)]2 and N3P3Cl4(n‑C5H4)Fe(h‑C5H5)N4P4Cl7

            Organometallics 1984, 3, 663‑669.

 

143.     Allcock, H. R.; Riding, G. H.; Whittle, R. R.

            Chromium‑, Molybdenum‑, and Tungsten‑Chlorophosphazenes:  Molecular Structures of N3P3Cl5[Cr(CO)3(H‑C5H5)] and

            N3P3Cl4(C5H5)[Mo(CO)3(H‑C5H5)]

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1984 106, 5561‑5567.

 

144.     Allcock, H. R.; Suszko, P. R.; Wagner, L. J.; Whittle, R. R.; Boso, B.

            Iron‑Containing Metallophosphazenes and their Clusters Derived from Chloro‑phosphazenes and Organometallic Dianions

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1984, 106, 4966‑4977.

 

146.     Allccock, H. R.; Suszko, P. R.; Wagner, L. J.; Whittle, R. R.; Boso, B.

            Metal Exchange Reactions Under the Influence of a Cyclophosphazene Template: Iron, Cobalt, and Rhodium Metallophosphazenes

            Organometallics 1985, 4, 446‑457.

 

147.     Allcock, H. R.; Desorcie, J. L.; Wagner, L. J.

            Reations Between Alkyl Grignard Reagents and Aminiphosphazenes: Synthesis of Alkyl‑chloro‑cyclotriphosphazenes

            Inorganic Chemistry 1985, 24, 333‑340.

 

152.     Whittle, R. R.; Desorcie, J. L.; Allcock, H. R.

            Structure of 1‑1'‑Dimethyl‑3,3,3'3',5,5,5',5'‑octachlorobi(cyclo)phosphazene, [N3P3Cl4CH3]2.

            Acta Cryst. 1985, C41, 546‑548.

 

153.     Allcock, H. R.; Tollefson, N. M.; Arcus, R. A.; Whittle, R. R.

            Conformation, Bonding, and Flexibility in Short‑Chain Linear Phosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1985, 107, 5166‑5177.

 

154.     Allcock, H. R.; Levin, M. L.; Whittle, R. R.

            Tris(o‑phenylenedioxy)cyclotriphosphazene:  The Clathration‑Induced Monoclinic to Hexagonal Solid State Transition

            Inorganic Chemistry 1986, 25, 41‑47.

 

163.     Allcock, H. R.; Lavin, K. D.; Riding, G. H.; Whittle, R. R.; Parvez, M.

            Reactions of Ferrocenyl‑ and Ruthenocenylphosphazenes with Lithio‑metallocenes, and the X‑ray Structure s of N3P3F4(H‑C5H4)2Fe,

            [N3P3F3‑{(H‑C5H4)2Fe}{(H‑C5H4)Fe(H‑C5H5)}], 1,5‑N4P4F6(H‑C5H4)2Fe, and 1,5,3,7‑N4P4F4[(H‑C5H4)2Ru]2

            Organometallics 1986, 5, 1626‑1635.

 

167.     Allcock, H. R.; Brennan, D. J.; Graaskamp, J. M.; Parvez, M.

            Synthesis and Molecular Structure of Methylsilane‑ and Methylsiloxane‑Cyclotriphosphazenes

            Organometallics 1986, 5, 2434‑2446.

 

168.     Allcock, H. R.; Mang, M. N.; Riding, G. H.; Whittle, R. R.

            The Synthesis and Structure of Transition Metal‑Bound Phosphazenes Derived from Phosphazene Anions

            Organometallics 1986, 5, 2244‑2250.

 

173.     Riding, G. F.; Parvez, M.; Allcock, H. R.

            A Dibenzenechromium‑Bridged Cyclophosphazene:  X‑ray Structure Analysis of N3P3F4(H‑C6H5)2Cr

            Organometallics 1986, 5, 2153‑2154.

 

174.     Rutt, J. S.; Parvez, M.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Characterization of the First Stable Cyanophosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1986, 108, 6089‑6090.

 

176.     Allcock, H. R.; Mang, M. N.; McDonnell, G. S.; Parvez, M.

            Transition Metal Derivatives of Polyphosphazenes:  Syntheses of Poly‑phosphazenes and Cyclic Model Compounds with Iron Cyclopentadienyl

            Carbonyl Side Groups

            Macromolecules 1987, 20, 2060‑2067.

 

183.     Allcock, H. R.; Desorcie, J. L.; Rutt, J. S.

            Alkylation of Cyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes via Reactions between Aluminum Alkyls and Aminophosphazenes

            Organometallics 1988, 7, 612‑619.

 

184.     Allcock, H. R.; Brennan, D, J.; Dunn, B. S.; Parvez, M.

            Cyclotriphosphazenes with Geminal Trimethylsilylmethylene and Alkyl‑ or Aryl Side Groups

            Inorg. Chem. 1988, 27, 3226‑3233.

 

186.     Allcock, H. R.; Brennan, D. J.

            Organosilicon Derivatives of Cyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes

            J. Organomet. Chem., 1988, 341, 231‑239.

 

202.     Manners I.; Coggio, W. D.; Mang, M. N.; Parvez, M.; Allcock, H. R.

            Isolation and X‑Ray Crystal Structure of a Phosphazene Anion

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1989, 111, 3481‑3482.

 

203.     Welker, M. F.; Manners, I.; Parvez, M.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Structure of the First Borazinylcyclotriphosphazene

            J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Commun. 1989, 871‑872.

 

206.     Allcock, H. R.; Manners, I.; Mang, M. N.; Parvez, M.

            Transition Metal Derivatives of Phosphinophosphazenes: X‑Ray Crystal Structures of N3P3Cl4PhPPh2, N3P3Cl4PhPPh4.Cr(CO)5, and N3P3Cl4PhPPh2.Ru3(CO)11

            Inorganic Chemistry 1990, 29, 522‑529.

 

211.     Brennan, D. J.; Graaskamp, J.; Dunn, B. S.; Allcock, H. R.

            Organosilicon Derivatives of Cyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes

            Inorg. Syntheses. 1989, 25, 60‑68.

 

222.     Allcock, H. R.; Coggio, W. D.; Parvez, M.; Turner, M. L.

            New Cyclic Phosphazenes with Trimethylsilylmethyl Side Groups: X‑ray Crystal Structure of [NP(CH2SiMe3)2]3, and its Conversion to

            (NPMe2)3

            Organometallics 1991, 10, 677‑683.

 

226.     Allcock, H. R.; Ngo, D. C.; Parvez, M.; Whittle, R. R.; Birdsall, W. J.

            Syntheses and Structures of Cyclic and Short Chain Linear Phosphazenes Bearing 4‑Phenylphenoxy Side Groups

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1991, 113, 2628‑2634.

 

229.     Allcock, H. R.; Rutt, J. S.; Welker, M. F.; Parvez, M.

            Cyanophosphazene Small Molecules and High Polymers: Synthesis and Structure

            Inorganic Chemistry 1993, 32, 2315‑2321.

 

230.     Allcock, H. R.; Rutt, J. S.; Parvez, M.

            Synthesis of Cyclic Phosphazenes with Isothiocyanato, Thiourea, and Thiourea Side Groups:  X‑ray Crystal Structure of N3P3(NMe2)3(NCS)3

            Inorganic Chemistry 1991, 30, 1776‑1782.

 

236.     Allcock, H. R.; Dembek, A. A.; Bennett, J. L.; Manners, I.; Parvez, M.

            Synthesis and Structure of Phosphazene (H6‑Arene)chromium Tricarbonyl Derivatives

            Organometallics 1991, 10, 1865‑1874.

 

237.     Allcock, H. R.; Coggio, W. D.; Manners, I.; Parvez, M.

            Synthesis, Reactivity, and the Electronic Structures of Fluoro‑ and Hydrido-Phosphazene Anions:  X‑ray Crystal Structure of

            [Li(THF)3][N3P3F2H(BEt3) (h‑C5H4)2Fe]

            Organometallics 1991, 10, 3090‑3098.

 

239.     Allcock, H. R.; Dodge, J. A.; Manners, I.; Parvez, M.; Riding, G. H.; Visscher, K. B.

            Synthesis of Strained Ferrocenylorganocyclophosphazenes.  X‑ray Crystal Structures of N3P3(OCH2CF3)4(h‑C5H4)2Fe,

            N3P3(OPh)4(h‑C5H4)2Fe, and N3P3Ph2(OCH2)(h‑C5H4)2Fe

            Organometallics 1991, 10, 3098‑3104.

 

243.     Allcock, H. R.; Ngo, D. C.; Parvez, M.; Visscher, K.

            Synthesis and Structures of Para‑Halogenophenoxy Phosphazenes: A Comparison of the Structures of Cyclic and Linear‑Short‑Chain Species.

            Inorganic Chemistry 1994, 24, 5208-5214.

 

244.     Allcock, H. R.; Dembek, A. A.; Klingenberg, E. H.

            Synthesis and Characterization of Polyphosphazene (h6‑Arene)chromium Tricarbonyl Derivatives

            Macromolecules 1991, 24, 5208‑5214.

 

246.     Allcock, H. R.;  Dembek, A. A.; Mang, M. N.; Riding, G. H.; Parvez, M.; Visscher, K.B.

            Synthesis and Structure of Small‑Molecule Cyclic Phosphazenes Bearing Ortho‑Substituted Aryloxy and Phenoxy Substituents

            Inorganic Chemistry 1992, 31, 2734‑2739.

 

249.     Allcock, H. R.; Nelson, C. J.; Coggio, W. D.

            Synthesis and Reactivity of Cyclotriphosphazenes Bearing Reactive Silane Functionalities:  Novel Derivatives via Hydrosilylation Reactions

            Organometallics 1991, 19, 3819‑3825.

 

252.     Allcock, H. R.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.

            Sulfonation of Aryloxy‑ and Arylamino‑Phosphazenes: Small‑Molecule Compounds, Polymers, and Surfaces

            Chemistry of Materials 1991, 3, 1120‑1132.

 

253.     Allcock, H. R.; Ngo, D. C.; Parvez, M.; Visscher, K.

            The Synthesis and Molecular Structures of Cyclic and Short‑Chain Linear Phosphazenes Bearing the o‑Dichlorophenoxy and o‑Dimethylphenoxy

            Side Groups

            J. Chem. Soc. 1992 10, 1687‑1699.

 

267.     Allcock, H. R.; Turner, M. L.; Visscher, K. B.

            Synthesis of Transannular and Spiro‑Substituted Cyclotri­­phosphazenes X‑ray Crystal Structures of 1,1‑[N3P3(OCH2CF3)4{O2C12H8}],

            1‑3‑[N3P3(OCH2CF3)4{O2C12H8}], 1,1‑[N3P3(OCH2CF3)4{O2C10H6}], and 1,3‑[N3P3(OCH2CF3)4{O2C10H6}]

            Inorganic Chemistry 1992, 31, 4354‑4364.

 

283.     Allcock, H. R.; Diefenbach, U.; Pucher, S. R.

            New Mono‑ and Trispiro‑Cyclotriphosphazenes from the Reactions of (NPCl2)3 With Aromatic Ortho‑Dinucleophiles

            Inorg. Chem. 1994, 33, 3091-3095.

 

284.     Allcock, H. R.; Klingenberg, E. H.; Welker, M. F.

            Alkylsulfonation of Cyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1993, 26, 5512‑5516.

 

287.     Allcock, H. R.; Silverberg, E. N.; Nelson, C. J.; Coggio, W. D.

            Synthesis and Characterization of Metallophosphazene Derivatives: Solution State And Surface Reactions.

            Chem. Mater. 1993, 5, 1307‑1314.

 

303.     Diefenbach, U.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of Cyclo‑ and Polyphosphazenes with Pyridine Side Groups

            Inorganic Chemistry 1994, 33, 4562-4565.

 

319.     Allcock, H. R.; Kuharcik, S. E.; Visscher, K. B.; Ngo, D. C.

            Molecular Structures of Cyclic Mono- and Diphosphazophosphazenes: Small Molecule Models for High Polymers

            J. Chem. Soc. (Dalton)  1995, 2785-2795.

 

321.     Diefenbach, U.; Allcock, H. R.; Visscher, K. B.

            The Structure of an Inorganic Spiro-cyclotriphosphazene with 9,10-Diaminophenanthrene

            Acta Cryst. 1995, C51, 1215-1218.

 

329.     Allcock, H. R.; Al-Shali, S.; Ngo, D. C.; Visscher, K. B.; Parvez, M.

            Small-Molecule Phosphazenes  with Para Substituted Phenoxy Side  Groups: Synthesis, X-ray Structures and Comparisons with the    

            Corresponding High Polymer

            J. Chem. Soc. (Dalton) 1996, 3549-3559.

 

332.     Mack, L. L.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.; Allcock, H. R.

            Hydrophobicity, Hydrophilicity, and Amphiphilicity in Phosphazene Small Molecules and High Polymers:  Langmuir-Blodgett Studies

            Langmuir, 1997, 13, 2123-2132.

 

334.     Allcock, H. R.; Brennan, D. J.; Whittle, R. R.

            The Synthesis and Structure of Triphenylsiloxycyclotriphosphazenes

            Heteroatom Chemistry 1996, 7, 67-95.

 

346.     Primrose, A. P., Parvez, M.; Allcock, H. R.

            Inclusion Adduct Formation Between Tris(o-phenylenedioxy)cyclo- and Poly(ethylene oxide) or Polyethylene

            Macromolecules 1997, 30, 670-672.

 

371.     Allcock, H. R.; Crane, C. A.; Morrissey, C. T.; Olshavsky, M. A.

            A New Route to the Phosphazene Polymerization Precursors, Cl3P=NSiMe3 and (NPCl2)3

            Inorganic Chemistry 1999, 38, 280-283.

 

381.     McIntosh, M. B.; Hartle, T. J.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Reactivity of Alkoxy, Aryloxy, and Dialkylamino Phosphazene Azides

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1999, 121, 884-885.

 

382.     Allcock, H. R.; Sunderland, N. J.; Primrose, A. P.; Rheingold, A. L.; Guzei, I. A.; Parvez, M.

            A New Host for Polymer and Small-Molecule Clathration

            Chemistry of Materials 1999, 11, 2478-2485.

 

384.     Allcock, H. R.; McIntosh, M. B.; Hartle, T. J.

            Azido Phosphazenes as Functionalized Intermediates

            Inorganic Chemistry 1999, 38, 5535-5544.

 

387.     Allcock, H. R.; Primrose, A. P.; Silverberg, E. N.; Visscher, K. B.; Rheingold, A. L.; Guzei, I. A.; Parvez, M.

            Synthesis and Crystal Structure of Tris(9,10-phenanthrenedioxy)cyclotri-phosphazene – A New Clathration System

            Chemistry of Materials 2000, 12, 2530-2536.

 

414.     Allcock, H. R.; Sunderland, N. J.

            Separation of Polymers and Small Molecules by Crystalline Host Systems

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 3069-3076.

 

420.     Allcock, H. R.; Hofmann, M. A.; Wood, R. M.

            Phosphonation of Aryloxyphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 6915-6921.

 

430.     Allcock H. R.; Kellam, E. C.

            The Incorporation of Cyclic Phosphazene Trimers into Saturated and Unsaturated Ethylene-Like Polymer Backbones

            Macromolecules 2002, 35, 40-47.

 

433.     Hofmann, M. A.; Ambler, C. M.; Maher, A. E.; Chalkova, E.; Zhou, X. Y.; Lvov, S. N.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of Polyphosphazenes with Sulfonimide Side Groups

            Macromolecules 2002, 35, 6490-6493.

 

435.     Allcock, H. R.; Hofmann, M. A.; Ambler, C. M.; Morford, R. V.        

            Phenylphosphonic Acid Functionalized Poly[aryloxyphosphazenes]      

            Macromolecules 2002, 35, 3483-3489.

 

471.     Allcock, H. R.; Chang, Y.; Stone, D. A.

            Control of the Conjugation Length and Solubility in Electroluminescent Polymers

            J. Polymer Science 2006, 44, 69-76.

 

510.     Stone D. A., Allcock, H. R.

            A New Polymeric Intermediate for the Synthesis of Hybrid Inorganic-Organic   Polymers

            Macromolecules 2006, 39, 4935-4937.

 

546.     Fushimi, T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Cyclotriphosphazenes with Sulfur-Containing Side Groups:  Refractive Index and Optical Dispersion

            Royal. Soc. Chem., Dalton Trans. 2009, 14, 2477-2481

 

591.     Liu, X.; Breon, J. P.; Chen, C.; Allcock, H. R.

            Substituent Exchange Reactions of Trimeric and Tetrameric Aryloxycyclo-phosphazenes with Sodium 2,2,2-Trifluoroethoxide

            Royal Soc. Chem., Dalton Trans. 2012, 41, 2100-2109

 

605.     Liu, X.; Breon, J.; Chen. C.; Allcock, H. R.

            Substituent Exchange Reactions of Linear Oligomeric Aryloxy Phosphazenes with 2,2,2-Trifluoroethoxide

            Inorganic Chemistry 2012, 51(21), 11910-11916 

 

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C. PUBLICATIONS ON BIOMEDICAL MATERIALS

 

56.       Allcock, H. R.; Allen, R. W.; O'Brien, J. P.

            Antitumor Agents Synthesized from K2PtCl4 and Polymeric or Cyclic Phosphazenes

            J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1976, 717‑718.

 

61.       Allcock, H. R.; Allen, R. W.; O'Brien, J. P.

            Synthesis of Platinum Derivatives of Polymeric and Cyclic Phosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1977, 99, 3984‑3987.

 

63.       Allcock, H. R.; Fuller, T. J.; Mack, D. P.; Matsumura, K.; Smeltz, K. M.

            Synthesis of Poly[(amino acid alkyl ester)phosphazenes]

            Macromolecules 1977, 10, 824‑830.

 

71.       Allcock, H. R.

            Poly(organophosphazenes) Designed for Biomedical Uses

            Organometallic Polymers, Academic Press, 1978, 283‑288.

 

77.       Allcock, H. R.; Greigger, P. P.; Gardner, J. E.; Schmutz, J. L.

            Water‑Soluble Polyphosphazenes as Carrier Molecules for Iron(III) and Iron(II) Porphyrins

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1979, 101, 606‑611.

 

98.       Allcock, H. R.; Fuller, T. J.; Matsumura, K.

            Reactions of Steroid Salts with Hexachlorocyclotriphosphazenes

            J. Org. Chem. 1981, 46, 13‑22.

 

103.     Allcock, H. R.; Fuller, T. J.

            The Synthesis and Hydrolysis of Hexa(imidazolyl)cyclotriphosphazenes)

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1981, 103, 2250‑2256.

 

108.     Allcock, H. R.; Austin, P. E.

            Schiff's‑Base Coupling of Cyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes to Aldehydes and Amines:  Chemotherapeutic Models

            Macromolecules 1981, 14, 1616‑1622.

 

112.     Allcock, H. R.; Fuller, T. J.; Matsumura, K.

            Hydrolysis Pathways for Aminophosphazene

            Inorganic. Chemistry. 1982, 515‑521.

 

114.     Allcock, H. R.; Austin, P. E.; Neenan, T. X.

            Phosphazene High Polymers with Bioactive Substituent Groups: Prospective Anesthetic Aminophosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1982, 15, 689‑693.

 

115.     Allcock, H. R.; Neenan, T. X.; Kossa, W. C.

            Coupling of Cyclic and High Polymeric Aminoaryloxyphosphazenes to Carboxylic Acids: Prototypes for Bioactive Polymers

            Macromolecules 1982, 15, 693‑696.

 

118.     Neenan, T. X.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of a Heparinized Poly(organophosphazene)

            Biomaterials 1982, 3, 2, 78‑80.

 

126.     Allcock, H. R.; Scopelianos, A. G.

            Synthesis of Sugar‑Substituted Cyclic and Polymeric Phosphazenes, and their Oxidation, Reduction, and Acetylation Reactions

            Macromolecules 1983, 16, 715‑719.

 

130.     Allcock, H. R.; Hymer, W. C.; Austin, P. E.

            Diazo Coupling of Catecholamines with Poly(organophosphazenes).

            Macromolecules 1983, 16, 1401‑1406.

 

140.     Allcock, H. R.

            A New Approach to Polymer Chemistry:  Organometallic and Bioactive Phosphazenes

            J. Polym. Sci., Polym. Symp. 1983, Vol. 70, 71‑77.

 

155.     Allcock, H. R.; Neenan, T. X.; Boso, B.,

            Synthesis, Oxygen-Binding Behavior, and Mossbauer Spectroscopy of Covalently Bound Phosphazene-Heme Complexes

            Inorganic. Chemistry. 1985, 24, 2656-2662.

 

161.     Allcock, H. R.; Austin, P. E.; Neenan, T. X.; Sisko, J. T.; Blonsky, P. M.; Shriver, D. F.

            Polyphosphazenes with Etheric Side Groups:  Prospective Biomedical and Solid Electrolyte Polymers

            Macromolecules 1986, 19, 1508‑1512.

 

166.     Allcock, H. R.; Kwon, S.

            Covalent Linkage of Proteins to Surface‑Modified Poly(organophosphazenes): Immobilization of Glucose‑6‑Phosphate Dehydrogenase and

            Trypsin

            Macromolecules 1986, 19, 1502‑1508.

 

175.     Laurencin C.; Koh, H. J.; Neenan, T. X.; Allcock, H. R.; Langer, R. S.

            Controlled Release Using a New Bioerodible Polyphosphazene Matrix System

            J. Biomed. Mater. Res. 1987, 21, 1231‑1246.

 

187.     Allcock, H. R.; Gebura, M.; Kwon, S.; Neenan, T. X.

            Amphiphilic Polyphosphazenes as Membrane Materials:  Influence of Side Group on Radiation Crosslinking, Semipermeability, and Surface

            Morphology

            Biomaterials 1988, 19, 500‑508.

 

188.     Allcock, H. R.; Kwon, S.

            Glyceryl Polyphosphazenes:  Synthesis, Properties, and Hydrolysis

            Macromolecules 1988, 21, 1980‑1985.

 

189.     Allcock, H. R.; Kwon, S.; Riding, G. H.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.; Bennett, J. L.

            Hydrophilic Polyphosphazenes as Hydrogels:  Radiation Crosslinking and Hydrogel Characteristics of Poly[bis(methoxyethoxyethoxy)phosphazene]

            Biomaterials 1988, 19, 509‑513.

 

191.     Allcock, H. R.; Kwon, S.

            An Ionically‑Crosslinkable Polyphosphazene:  Poly[di(carboxylatophenoxy‑phosphazene] and its Hydrogels and Membranes

            Macromolecules 1989, 22, 75‑79.

 

204.     Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes as New Biomedical and Bioactive Materials

           Chapter in Biodegradable Polymers as Drug Delivery Systems, (R. Langer and M. Chasin, eds),

            Marcel Dekker: New York 1990, 163‑193.

 

216      Allcock, H. R.; Chang, Ji Young

            Poly(organophosphazenes) with Oligopeptides as Side Groups: Prospective Biomaterials

            Macromolecules 1991, 24, 993‑999.

 

217.     Allcock, H. R.; Pucher, S. R.

            Polyphosphazenes with Glucosyl‑ and Methylamino‑, Trifluoroethoxy‑, Phenoxy‑, Or Methoxyethoxyethoxy Side Groups

            Macromolecules 1991, 24, 23‑34.

 

234.     Bano, M. C.; Cohen S.; Visscher, K. B.; Allcock, H. R.; Langer, R.

            A Novel Synthetic Method for Hybridoma Cell Encapsulation

            Biotechnology 1991, 9, 468‑471.

 

235.     Allcock, H. R.; Rutt, J. S.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.

            A Surface Reaction of Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene] Films by Basic Hydrolysis

            Chemistry of Materials 1991, 3, 442‑449.

 

240.     Allcock, H. R.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.

            Functionalization of the Surface of Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene] by Reactions with Alkoxide Nucleophiles

            Chemistry of Materials 1991, 3, 450‑454.

 

241.     Allcock, H. R.; Pucher, S. R.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.

            Antibacterial Activity and Mutagenicity Studies of Water‑soluble Phosphazene High Polymers

            Biomaterials 1992 13, 857‑862.

 

254.     Nelson, C. J.; Coggio, W. D.; Allcock, H. R.   

            Ultraviolet Radiation‑Induced Crosslinking of    Poly[bis(2‑(2‑methoxyethoxy)ethoxy)phosphazene]

            Chemistry of Materials 1991, 3, 786‑787.

 

262.     Cohen, S.; Bano, M. C.; Cima, L. G.; Allcock, H. R.; Vacanti, J. P.; Vacanti, C. A.; Langer R.

            Design of Synthetic Polymeric Structures for Cell Transplantation and Tissue Engineering

            Clinical Materials 1993, 13, 3‑10.

 

266.     Allcock, H. R.; Pucher, S. R.; Turner, M. L.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.

            Poly(organophosphazenes) with Poly(alkyl ether) Side Groups:  A Study of Their Water‑Solubility and the Swelling Characteristics of Their

            Hydrogels

            Macromolecules 1992, 25, 5573‑5577.

 

271.     Allcock, H. R.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.; Visscher, K.

            Thin Layer Grafts of Poly[bis(methoxyethoxyethoxy)phosphazene] on Organic Polymer Surfaces

            Chemistry of Materials 1992, 4, 775‑780.

 

275.     Pucher, S. R.; Allcock, H. R.

            Poly[(amino acid ester)phosphazenes]: Bioerodible Substrates for Controlled Drug Delivery

            Polym. Prepr. (ACS Div. Polym. Chem.) 1992, 33, 108‑109.

 

281.     Laurencin, C. A.; Norman, M. E.; Elgendy, H. M.; El‑Amin, S. F.; Allcock, H. R.; Pucher, S. R.; Ambrosio, A. A.

            Use of Polyphosphazenes for Skeletal Tissue Regeneration

            J. Biomed. Mater. Res. 1993, 27, 963‑973.

 

285.     Andrianov, A.; Cohen, S.; Langer, R.; Visscher, K. B.; Allcock, H. R.

            Controlled Release Using Ionotropic Polyphosphazene Hydrogels

            J. Controlled Release 1993, 27, 69‑77.

 

286.     Cohen, S.; Allcock, H. R.; Langer, R.

            Cell and Enzyme Immobilization in Ionotropic Synthetic Hydrogels

            Minutes (Editions de Sante, France) 1993, 36-48.

 

290.     Allcock, H. R.; Pucher, S. R.; Visscher, K. B.

            The Activity of Urea Amidohydrolase Immobilized Within Poly[di(methoxyethoxyethoxy)phosphazene] Hydrogels

            Biomaterials 1994, 15, 502-506.

 

291.     Allcock, H. R.; Pucher, S. R.; Scopelianos, A. G.

            Poly[amino acid ester)phosphazenes] as Substrates for the Controlled Release of Small Molecules

            Biomaterials 1994, 15, 563-569.

 

292.     Allcock, H. R.; Pucher, S. R.; Scopelianos, A. G.

            Synthesis of Poly(organophosphazenes) with Glycolic Acid Ester and Lactic Acid Ester Side Groups:  Prototypes for New Bioerodible Polymers

           Macromolecules 1994, 1, 1‑4.

 

293.     Allcock, H. R.; Pucher, S. R.; Scopelianos, A. G.

            Poly[(amino acid ester)phosphazenes]:  Synthesis, Crystallinity, and Hydrolytic Sensitivity in Solution and the Solid State

            Macromolecules 1994, 27, 1071‑1075.

 

300.     Allcock, H. R.; Nelson, C. J.; Coggio, W. D.

            Photoinitiated Graft Poly(organophosphazenes):  Functionalized Immobilization Substrates for the Binding of Amines, Proteins, and Metals

          Chemistry of Materials 1994, 6, 516‑524

 

305.     Allcock, H. R.

            Water‑Soluble Polymers and their Hydrogels

            Chapter in Hydrophilic Polymers  (J. E. Glass, ed.)

            ACS Symp. Ser. 1996, 248, 3-29.

 

311.     Allcock, H. R.

            Cross‑Linking Reactions for the Conversion of Polyphosphazenes into Useful Materials

            Chemistry of Materials Review 1994, 6, 1476-1491.

 

315.     Andrianov, A. K.; Payne, L. G.; Visscher, K. B.; Allcock, H. R.; Langer, R.

            Hydrolytic Degradation of Ionically Cross‑Linked Polyphosphazene Microspheres

            J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 1994, 53, 1573-1578.

 

323.     Ten Huisen, K. S.; Brown, P. W.; Reed, C. S.; Allcock, H. R.

            Low Temperature Synthesis of a Self-Assembling Composite:  Hydroxyapatite Poly[bis(sodium carboxylatophenoxy)phosphazene]

            J. Mater. Sci., Mater. Med. 1996, 7, 673-682.

 

333.     Reed, C. S.; TenHuisen, K. S.; Brown, P. W.; Allcock, H. R.  

            Thermal Stability and Compressive Strength of Calcium Deficient Hydroxyapatite Poly[bis(Carboxylatophenoxy)phosphazene] Composites

            Chemistry of Materials 1996, 8, 440-447.

 

335.     Allcock, H. R.; Dudley, G. K.

            Lower Critical Solubility Temperature Study of Alkyl Ether-Based Polyphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1996, 29, 1313-1319.

 

339.     Ibim, S. M.; Ambrosio, A.; Larrier, D.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C.

            The Controlled Macromolecular Release from Polyphosphazene Matrices

            J. Control. Release 1996, 40, 31-39.

 

340.     Laurencin, C. T.; El-Amin, S. F.; Ibim, S. E.; Willoughby, D. A.; Attawia,  M.; Ambrosio, A. M. A.; Allcock, H. R.

            A Highly Porous 3-Dimensional Polyphosphazene Polymer Matrix for Skeletal Tissue  Regeneration

            J. Biomed. Mater. Res. 1996, 303, 133-138.

 

342.     Allcock, H. R.; Ambrosio, A. M. A.

            Synthesis and Characterization  of pH-Sensitive Poly(organophosphazene) Hydrogels

            Biomaterials 1996, 17, 2295-2302.

 

348.     Allcock, H. R.

            Design and Synthesis of New Biomaterials via Macromolecular Substitution

            Chapter in Bioartificial Organs (A. Prokop, D. Hunkler, A. Cherrington, eds.)

            Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1997, 831, 13-31.

 

359.     Ibim, S. E. M.; Ambrosio, A. M. A.; Kwon, M. S.; El-Amin, A. F.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Novel Polyphosphazene Polyphosphazene/Poly(lactide-co-glycolide) Blends: Miscibility and Degradation Studies

            Biomaterials 1998, 18, 1565-1569.

 

363.     Laurencin, C. T.; Ambrosio, A. M. A.; Attawia, M. A.; Ibim, S. E. M.; Allcock, H. R.; Ulrich, K. E.

            Biodegradable Polyphosphazenes and Poly(anhydride-co-imides) for Controlled Drug Delivery and Skeletal Repair

            Proc. 1997 Portlland Bone Symp. 1998, 490-518.

 

368.     Ibim, S. M.; El-Amin, S. F.; Goad, M. E. P.; Ambrosio, A. M. A.; Allcock, H. R.

            In Vitro Release of Colchicine Using Polyphosphazenes:   The Development of Delivery Systems for Musculoskeletal Use

            Pharmaceutical Development and Technology 1998, 3(1), 55-62.

 

370.     Laurencin, C. T.; Ibim, S. E. M.; Allcock, H. R.; Ambrosio, A. M. A.; El-Amin, S.; Kwon, M. S.

            Biodegradable Polyphosphazene/poly(lactide-co-Glycolide) Blends

            Bioact. Mater. 1997, 24, 971-972.

 

374.     Laurencin, C. T.; Ambrosio, A. M. A.; Bauer, T. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Attawia, M. A.; Borden, M. D.; Gorum, W. J.; Frank, D.

            The Biocompatibility of Polyphosphazenes: Evaluation in Bone

            Soc. of Biomaterials 1998, 436.

 

375.     Laurencin C. T.; Ambrosio, A. M. A.; Bauer, T. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Attawia, M. A.; Borden, M. D.; Gorum, W. J.; Frank, D.

            Histiological Evaluation of Polyphosphazene Matrices in a Rabbit 5 mm Bone Defect Model

            Society of Biomaterials

 

379.     Allcock, H. R.

            Inorganic-Organic Polymers as a Route to Biodegradable Polymers

            Intern. Conf. on Biodegradable Polymers, Stockholm,1998

            Macromol. Symp. 2000, 144, 33-46

 

398.     Chang, Y.; Lee, S. C.; Kim, C.; Reeves, S. D.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Micellar Characterization of an Amphiphilic Diblock Copolyphosphazene

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 269-274.

 

400.     Allcock, H. R.; Singh, A.; Ambrosio, A. M. A.; Laredo, W. R.

            Tyrosine-Bearing Polyphosphazenes

            Biomacromolecules 2003, 4, 1646-1653.

 

404.     Kim, C.; Chang, Y.; Lee, S. C.; Allcock, H. R.; Reeves, S. D.

            An Amphiphilic Diblock Copolyphosphazene:  Synthesis and Micellar Characeristics in the Aqueous Phase.

            Polym. Prepr. ACS Div. Polym. Chem. 2000, 41, 609-610.

 

410.     Allcock, H. R.

            Rational Design and Synthesis of Polyphosphazenes for Tissue Engineering

            Chapter in “Methods of Tissue Engineering” (A. Atala, R. Lanza, eds.)

            Academic Press 2001, 597-607.

 

411.     Allcock, H. R.; Ambrosio, A. M. A.

            Synthesis and Characterization of pH-Responsive Poly(organophosphazene) Hydrogels

            Chapter in Polymer Gels (H. B. Bohidar, P. L. Dubin, eds.)

            ACS Symp. Ser. 2002, 833, 82-101.

 

424.     Ambrosio, A. M. A.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Degradable Polyphosphazene/Polyester  Blend with Self-Neutralizing Potential

            Proc. Soc. for Biomaterials 1999, 25, 9.

 

432.     Ambrosio, A. M. A.; Allcock, H. R.; Katti, D. S.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Degradable Polyphosphazene/poly( hydroxyester) Blends:  Degradation Studies

            Biomaterials 2002, 23, 1667-1672.

 

434.     Chang, Y.; Bender, J. D.; Phelps, M. V. B.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Self-Association Behavior of Biodegradable Amphiphilic Poly[bis(ethyl glycinat-N-y)phosphazene]-PEO Block Copolymers

            Biomacromolecules 2002, 3, 1364-1369.

 

440.     Chang, Y.; Powell, E. S.; Allcock, H. R.; Park, S. M.; Kim, C.

            Thermosensitive Behavior of Poly[bis(methoxyethoxyethoxy)- phosphazene]-Poly(ethylene oxide) Block Copolymers

            Macromolecules 2003, 36, 2568-2570.

 

443.     Chang, Y.; Prange, R.; Allcock, H. R.; Lee, S. C.; Kim, C.

            Amphiphilic Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene]-Poly(ethylene oxide) Block Copolymers: Synthesis and Micellar Characteristics

            Macromolecules 2002, 35, 8556-8559.

 

450.     Greish, Y. E.; Brown,  P. W.; Bender, J. D.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Formation of Hydroxyapatite-poly[bis(calcium carboxylatophenoxy)phosphazene] Composites at Physiological Temperature

            J. Biomed. Mater. Res. 2006, 77A, 416-425.

 

452.     Lakshmi, S.; Lee, D.; Bender, J. D.; Barrett, E. W.; Greish, Y. E.; Brown,  P. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Synthesis, Characterization and in vitro Osteocompatibility Evaluation of Novel Biodegradable Poly(ethyl alanato)(alkyl

            oxybenzoate)phosphazenes]

            Journal of Biomaterials Research 2006, 76A, 206-213.

 

456.     Lakshmi, S.; Lee, D. A.; Bender, J. D.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            In Vitro Evaluation of Novel Biodegradable Polyphosphazenes for Bone Tissue Engineering

            Proc. Annual Mtg. of Orthopaedic Res. Soc. 2003, 937.

 

463.     Greish, Y. E.; Bender, J. D.; Lakshmi, S.; Brown, P. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Low Temperature Formation on Hydroxyapatite-poly(alkyloxybenzoate)phosphazene Composites for Biomedical Applications

            Biomaterials 2004, 26, 1-9.

 

464.     Bhattacharyya, S.; Lakshmi, S.; Bender, J. D.; Greish, Y. E.; Brown, P. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Preparation of Poly[bis(carboxylato phenoxy)phosphazene] Non-Woven Nanofiber Mats by Electrospinning

            Proc. Mat. Res. Soc. (Plant, A.; Chilkoti, A.; Barron. A. E. ; Wong, J., eds.)  2004, F8.10,  157-163.

 

465.     Chang, Y.; Powell, E. S.; Allcock, H. R.

            Environmentally Induced Morphological Changes in Micellar Aggregates of Polystyrene-Poly[bis(carboxylatophenoxy)phosphazene] Block Copolymers

            J. Polymer Sci. 2005, 43, 2912-2920.

 

466.     Allcock, H. R.; Powell, E. S.; Chang, Y.; Kim, C.

            Synthesis and Micellar Behavior of Amphiphilic Polystyrene Poly[bis(methoxyethoxyethoxy)phosphazene] Block Copolymers

            Macromolecules 2004, 37, 7163-7167.

 

468.     Allcock, H. R.; Welna, D. T.; Maher, A. E.

            Single Ion Conductors:  Polyphosphazenes with Sulfonimide Functional Group

            Solid State Ionics  2006, 177, 741-747.

 

472.     Nair, L.; Bhattacharyya, S.; Bender, J. D.; Greish, Y. E.; Brown, P. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Fabrication and Optimization of Methylphenoxy Substituted Polyphosphazene Nanofibers for Biomedical Applications

            Biomacromolecules 2004, 5, 2212-2220.

 

474.     Silva, R.; Gaumond R.; Phelps, M. V.; Allcock, H. R.; Vasudevan, N.

            Neuroblastoma Biosensor System Proc.

            IEEE Ann. N.E. Bioeng. Conf. 2004, 110-111.

 

476.     Phelps, M. V. B.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of a Polyphosphazene Bearing Aryloxy Carboxylic Acid, Amino Acid Ester, and Alkyl Ether Side Groups for Sustained Release

            Applications 

            Polym. Prepr. (Am. Chem. Soc. Div. Polym. Chem.) 2004, 91, 550-551

 

477.     Singh, A.; Laredo, W.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Characterization of L-Tyrosine-Functionalized   Polyphosphazenes

            Polym. Prepr. (Am. Chem. Soc. Div. Polym. Chem.) 2004, 45, 703-704.

 

482.     Barrett, E. W.; Phelps, M. V. B.; Allcock, H. R.; Silva, R. J.; Gaumond, R. P.

            Microcontact Printing of Poly(organophosphazenes): Potential Applications for Selective Cell Adhesion

            PMSE Prepr. (Amer. Chem. Soc. Div. Poly. Mater. Sci. Eng.) 2004, 91, 633-634.

 

483.     Greish, Y. E.; Brown, P. W.; Bender, J. D.; Allcock, H. R.; Lakshmi, S.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Kinetics and Chemistry Formulation of Stoichiometric Hydroxyapatite- Polyphosphazene Composites at and near Physiologic Temperature

            J. Amer. Ceram. Soc. (submitted)

 

484.     Greish, Y. E.; Brown, P. W.; Bender, J. D.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Low Temperature Reaction between Stoichiometric Hydroxyapatite and Sodium and Potassium Salts of

            Poly[bis(carboxylatophenoxy)phosphazenes]

            J. Mater. Sci., Mater. Med. 2005, 16, 613-620

485.     Chang, Y.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Characterization of Covalently Interconnected Phosphazene Silicate Hybrid Network Membranes

            Chemistry of Materials 2005, 17,  4449-4454.

                  

486.     Barrett, E. W.; Phelps, M. V. B.; Silva, R. J.; Gaumond, R. P.; Allcock, H. R.

            Patterning Poly(organophosphazenes) for Selective Cell Adhesion Applications     

            Biomacromolecules 2005, 6, 1689-1698.

 

487.     Allcock, H. R.; Phelps, M. V. M.; Barrett, E. W.; Pishko, M, V.; Koh, W.-G.

            Ultraviolet Phtolithigraphic Development for Polyphosphazene Hydrogel Micro-structures for Potential Use in Microarray Biosensors

            Chemistry of Materials 2006, 181, 609-613

 

489.     Greish, Y. E.; Bender, J. D.; Lakshmi, S.; Brown, P. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Composite Formation from Hydroxyapatite with Sodium and Potassium Salts of Polyphosphazenes

            J. Mater. Sci., Mater. in Medicine 2005, 16(7), 613-621

 

490.     Bhattacharyya, S.; Lakshmi, S.; Singh, A.; Greish, Y. E.; Brown, P. E.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Polyphosphazene Nanohydroxyapatite Composite Nanofibers as Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering

            Chapter in Applications of Micron and Nanoscale Materials in Medicine and Biology. Proc. of Mater. Res. Soc. 2005, 845, 91-96.

 

491.     Bhattacharyya, S.; Nair, L. S.; Singh, A.; Krogman, N. R.; Bender, J. D.; Greish, Y. E.; Brown, P. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Development of Biodegradable Polyphosphazene-Nanohydroxyapatite Composite Nanofibers via Electrospinning

            Chapter in Applic. of Micron and Nanoscale Mater. for Biology and Medicine  Proc. of Mater. Res. Soc. 2005, 845, 291-296.

 

494.     Singh, A.; Krogman, N.; Sethuraman, S.; Nair, L. S.; Sturgeon, J. L.; Brown, P. W.; Laurencin, C. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis, Characterization, and in vitro degradation of L-alanine cosubstituted Polyphosphazenes

            Polym.Prepr. (ACS Div. Polym. Chem.) 2005, 46(2), 713-714.

 

497.     Sethuraman, S.; Nair, L. S.; Singh, A.; Bender, J. D.; Greish, Y. E.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Development of Novel Biodegradable Amino Acid Ester Based Polphosphazene-Hydroxyapatite Composites for Bone Tissue Engineering 

            Chapter in Applications of Micron and Nanoscale Matrials for Biology and Medicine

 

498.     Nair, L. S.; Lee, D.; Bender, J. D.; Barrett, E.; Greish, Y.; Brown, P. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Synthesis, Characterization, and Cytotoxicity Evaluations    of Novel Degradable Alanine-Based Polyphosphazenes

            J. Biomed. Mater. Res., Part A 2006, 76 (1),206-213

 

506.     Fei, S.-T.; Phelps, M. V. B.; Wang, Y.; Barrett, E.; Gandhi, F.; Allcock, H. R.

            A Redox Responsive Gel Based on Ionic Crosslinking

            Soft Matter 2006, 2, 397-401.

 

507.     Swaminathan,  S.; Nair, L.; El-Amin, S.; Ferrar,  R.; Nguyen, M.-T.; Singh, A.; Allcock, H. R.; Greish, Y.; Brown, P. W.; Laurencin, C. T.

            In vivo Biodegradability and Biocompatibility Evaluation of Novel Alanine Ester Cosubstituted Polyphosphazenes in a Rat Model

            J. Biomed. Res. (A) 2006, 77(4), 679-687.

 

508.     Singh, A.; Krogman, N. R.; Sethuraman, S.; Nair, L. S.; Sturgeon, J.; Brown, P. W.; Laurencin, C. T.; Allcock, H. R.                

            Effect of Side Group Chemistry on the Properties of Biodegradable  L-alanine Co Substituted Polyphosphazenes

            Biomacromolecules 2006, 7, 914-918.

 

509.     Bhattacharyya, S.; Nair, L.; Singh, A.; Krogman, N., Greish, Y.; Brown, P. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Electrospinning of Biodegradable Polyphosphazenes for Biomedical Applications. Fabrication of Poly[bis(ethyl alanate)phosphazene] Nanofibers

            J. Biomed. Nanotech. 2006, 2, 1-10.

  

511.     Krogman, N.; Singh, A.; Nair, L. S.; Laurencin, C. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            The Miscibility of Bioerodible Polyphosphazene/Poly(lactide-co-glycolide) Blends: 

            Biomacromolecules 2006, 2, 1-10.

 

520.     Cho, S.-Y.; Allcock, H. R.

            Dendrimers Derived from Polyphosphazene-Poly(propyleneinine) Systems: Encapsulation and Triggered Release of Hydrophobic Guest Molecules

            Macromolecules 2007, 40, 3115-3121

 

521.     Brown, J. L.; Nair, L. S.; Bender, J.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            The Formation of an Apatite Coating on Carboxylated Polyphosphazenes via Biomimetic Process

            Materials Letters  2007, 61, 3692-3695

 

525.     El-Amin, S. F.; Kwon, M. S.; Starnes, T.; Allcock, H. R., Laurencin, C. T.

            The Biocompatibility of Biodegradable Glycine Containing Polyphosphazenes: A Comparative Study in Bone

            J. Inorg. Organometl. Polym  and Mater. 2006, 16, 387-396

 

526.     Deng, M.; Nair, L. S.; Nukavarapur, S. P.; Kumbar, S. G.; Jiang, T.; Krogman, N. R.; Singh, A.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Miscibility and in vitro Osteocompatibility of Biodegradable Blends of Poly-[ethyl alanato) (p-phenyl phenoxy) phosphazene] and  Poly(lactic acid-glycolic acid)

            Biomaterials 2008, 29, 337-349

 

527.     Sethuraman, S.; Nair, L. S.; El-Amin, S.; Nguyen, M. N.; Greish, Y. E.; Bender, J. D.; Brown, P. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Novel Low Temperature Setting Nanocrystalline Calcium  Phosphate Cements for Bone Repair:  Osteoblast Cellular Response and Gene Expression Studies

            J. Biomed. Mater. Res. (A) (in press)

 

529.     Nukavararapu, S. P.; Kumbar, S.; Brown, J. L.; Krogman, N. R.; Weikel, A. L.; Hindenlang, M. D.; Nair, L. S.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Polyphosphazene/NanoHydroxyapatite-Composite Microsphere Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering

            Biomacromolecules 2008 , 9, 1818-1825

 

530.     Krogman, N. R.; Hindenlang, M. D.; Nair, L. S.; Laurencin, C. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of Purine and Pyrimidine-Containing Polyphosphazenes: Physical Properties and Hydrolytic Degradation

            Macromolecules  2008, 41, 8467-8472

 

532.     Krogman,  N. R; Nhu,; Nguyen, N. Q.; Weikel, A. L; Nair, L. S.; Laurencin. C.T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Characterization of Serine- Threonin Containing Polyphosphazenes and Poly(L-lactic acid) Grafted Copolymers

            Macromolecules 2008, 41, 7824-7828

 

533.     Greish, Y. E.; Sturgeon, J. L.; Singh, A.; Krogman, N. R.; Towny, A. H.; Sethuranathan, S.; Nair, L. S.; Laurencin, C. T.; Allcock, H. R.; Brown, P. W.

            Formation and Properties Comprised on Calcium-Deficient Hydroxyapatite and Ethyl Alanate Polyphosphazenes

             J. Poly. Sci. 2008, 19, 3153-3160

 

535.     Greish, Y. E.; Bender, J. D.; Lakshmi, S.; Brown, P. W.;  Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Hydroxyapatite-Polyphosphazene Composites Prepared at Low Temperatures

            J. Am. Ceram. Soc, 2007, 90, 2728-2734

 

536.     Sethuranathan, S.; Nair, L. S.; Nguyen, M.; Singh, A.; Krogman, N. R.; Greish, Y. E.; Allcock, H. R.; Brown, P. W.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Effect of Side Group Chemistry on the Mechanical Properties and Osteocompatibility of Biodegradable  Alanine-Based  Polyphosphazenes

            Biomaterials (submitted)

 

537.     Deng, M.; Nair, L. S.; Nukavarapu, S. P.; Kumbar, S. G.; Brown, J. L.; Krogman, N. R.; Weikel, A. L.; Hindenlang, M. D.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Etheric Polyphosphazene-Poly(lactide-co-glycolide) Blends for Bone Tissue  Engineering 

            J. Biomed. Mat. Res.Part A,  2009  92A, 114-125

 

538.     Sethuranathan, S.; Nair, L. S.; Nguyen, M.; Singh, A.; Greish, Y. E.; Allcock, H. R.; Brown, P. W.; Laurencin, C. T.

            In Vitro Evaluation of Novel Biodegradable  Polyphosphazene-Calcium Deficient Nanocrystalline Hydroxyapatite Composites for Orthopaedic Applications

            Advanced Materials  (in press)

 

540.     Oredein-McCoy, O.; Krogman, N. R.; Weikel, A. L.; Hindenlang, M. D.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Novel Factor-Loaded Polyphosphazene Matrices:  Potential for Driving Angiogenesis

            J. Microencapsulation  2009,  26, 544-555

 

541.     Touny. A.; Laurencin, C. T.; Nair, L., Allcock, H. R.; Brown, P.

            Formation of Composites Comprised of Calcium Deficient HAp and Crosslinked Gelatin

            J. Mater. Sci, Mater. in Med. 2008, 19, 3193-3201

 

542.     Weikel, A. L.; Krogman, N. R.; Nguyen, N. Q.; Nair, L. S.; Laurencin, C. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes that Contain Dipeptides of Nonpolar Character; Synthesis, Characterization, and Sensitivity to Hydrolysis

            Macromolecues 2009, 42, 636-639

 

543.     Bhattacharyya, S.; Kumbar, Khan, Y.; Singh, A.; Nair, L., Krogman, N. R.; Brown, P. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Biodegradable  Polyphosphazene Nanohydroxyapatite Composite Nanofibers:  Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering

            J. Biomed. Nanotechnol. 2009, 5, 69-75

 

547.     Krogman, N. R.; Weikel, A. L.; Kristhart, K. A.; Nukavarapu, S. P.; Deng, M.; Nair, L. S.; Laurencin, C. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            The Influence of Side group Modification in Polyphosphazenes on Hydrolysis and Cell Adhesion of Blends with PLGA

            Biomaterials 2009, 30, 3035-3041

 

551.     Krogman, N. R.; Weikel, A. L.; Nguyen, K. A.; Nukavarapu, S. P.; Nair, L. S.; Laurencin, C. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Hydrogen Bonding in Blends of Polyesters with di-peptide-containing polyphosphazenes

            J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 2010, 115, 431-437

 

553.     Deng, M.; Nair, L. S.; Nukavarapu, S. P.; Jiang, T.; Li, Kanner, W.; Li, X.; Kumber, S. G.; Weikel, A. L.; Krogman, N. R.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Di-Peptide-Based Polyphosphazene and Polyester Blends for Bone Tissue Engineering

            Biomaterials 2010, 31(18), 4898-4908

 

555.     Sethuuraman, S.; Swami,  ; Nair, L. S.;  El-Amin, S.; Teresa, N.; Singh, A.; Greish, Y. E.; Allcock, H. R.; Brown, G.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Development and Characterization of Biodegradable Nanocomposite Injectables for Orthopaedic Applications Based on Polyphosphazenes

            Biomacromolecules  2010, 39, 5349-5355

 

559.     Deng, M.; Nair, L.S.;  Nukavarapu, S.; Kumbar, S. G.; Krogman, N. R.; Weikel, A. L.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Dipeptide-based Biodegradable Polyphosphazene and Composites: Evolving, Programmable Three-dimensional Matrices for Tissue Engineering

            Biomacromolecules  (accepted)

 

560.     Deng, M.; Nair, L.S.;  Nukavarapu, S.; Kumbar, S. G.; Jiang, T.; Weikel, A. L.; Krogman, N. R.; L.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            In Situ Porous Structures:  A Unique Polymer Erosion Mechanism in Biodegradable  Dipeptide-Based Polyphosphazene and Polyester Blends Producing Matrices for Regenerative  Engineering

            Advanced Functional Materials 2010, 20, 2794-2806

 

561.     Sethuranathan, S.; Nair, L. S.;  El-Amin, S.; Nguyen, M.; Singh, A.; Krogman, N.; Greish, Y. E.; Allcock, H. R.; Brown, P. W.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Mechanical Properties and Osteocompatibility of Novel Biodegradable Alanin-Based Polyphosphazene Side Groups

            Acta Biomateriala  2010,  6,1931-1937

 

562.     S. Y. Nukavarapu, S. G. Kumbar, H. R. Allcock, and C. T. Laurencin

            Biodegradable Polyphosphazene Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering

            Chapter in Biomedical Applications of Polyphosphazenes (A. Andrianov, Ed. ), John Wiley & Sons 2009, 119-138

 

563.     Deng, M.; Nair, L.; Krogman, N. R.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            "Biodegradable Polyphosphazene Blends for Biomedical Applications"

            Chapter in Biomedical Applications of Polyphosphazenes ( A. Andrianov, Ed.)   John Wiley & Sons 2009, 139-154.

 

568.     Deng, M.; Nair, L. S.; Nukavarapu, S. P.; Kumbar, S. G.; Jiang, T.; Weikel, A. L.; Krogman, N. R.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C.

            In Situ Porous Structures:  A Unique Polymer Erosion Mechanism in Biodegradable  Dipeptide-based Polyphosphazenes and Polyester Blends Producing Matrices for Regenerative Engineering

            Advanced Functional Materials  2010, 17, 2743-2957

 

569.     Deng, M.; Kumbar, S. G.; Wan, Y.; Toti, U. S.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Polyphosphazene Polymers for Tissue Engineering:  An Analysis of Material Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications

            Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications

 

570.     Weikel, A. L.; Owens, S. G.; Fushimi, T,; Allcock,  H. R,

            Synthesis and Characterization  of Methionine- and Cysteine-Substituted Phosphazenes

            Macromolecules  2010, 43, 5205-5210

 

571.     Hindenlang, M. D.; Soudakov,  A. A.; Imler, G. H; Laurencin,  C. T.; Nair, L. S.; Allcock, H. R.

            Iodine-containing Radio-Opaque Polyphosphazenes

            R.S.C. Polymer Chemistry 2010, 1, 1467-1474

 

572.     Weikel, A. L; Cho, S. Y.; Morozowich, N. L.; Nair, L. S.; Laurencin, C. T., Allcock, H. R.

            Hydrolyzable Polylactide-polyphosphazene Block Copolymers for Biomedical Applications– Synthesis, Characterization, and Composites with Poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid)

            R.S.C.  Polymer Chemistry 2010, 1, 1459-1466

 

573.     Deng, M.; Nair, L. S.; Nukavarapu, S. P.; Jiang, T.; Li, X.; Kumbar, S. G.; Weikel A. L.; Krogman, N. R.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Di-Peptide-Based Polyphosphazene and Polyester Blends for Bone Tissue Di-Peptide-Based Polyphosphazene and Polyester Blends for Bone Tissue Studies

            Biomaterials 2010, 31, 4898-4908

 

574.     Deng,  M.; Nair, L. S.; Nukavarapu, S. G.; Brown,  J. L.; Krogman, N. R.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Biomimetic Bioactive Etheric Polyphosphazene-poly(lactide-co-glycolide) Blends for Bone Tissue Engineering

            J. Biomed. Mater. Res. (A) 2010,  92A(1), 114-125

 

575.     Weikel, A. L.; Owens, S. G.; Morozowich, N. L.; Deng, M., Nair, L.S.; Laurencin, C. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Miscibility of Choline-Substituted Polyphosphazenes:  Blend Compatibility with PLGA and Osteoblast Activity on Resulting Blends

            Biomaterials 2010. 31, 8507-8515

 

578.     Sethuraman, S.; Nair, L. S.; El-Amin, S.; Nguyen, M. T.; Singh, A., Greish, Y. E.; Allcock, H. R.; Brown, P. W.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Composite Scaffolds:  Bridging Nanofiber and Microsphere Architectures to Improve Bioactivity of Mechanically Competent Constructs

            J. Biomater. Sci., Polymer Ed., 2011, 22(4), 733-752

 

579.     Morozowich, N. L.; Weikel, A.L ; Nichol, J. L.; Chen, C.; Nair, L.; Laurencin, C. T., Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes Containing Vitamin Substituents:  Synthesis, Characterization, and Hydrolytic Sensitivity

            Macromolecules 2011, 44, 1355-1364

 

580.     Sethuraman, S.; Nair, L.S,; El-Amin, S.; Nguyen, M. T.; Singh, S.; Greish, Y. E.;  Allcock, H. R.; Brown, P. E.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Development and Characterization of Biodegradable Nanocomposite Injectables for Orthopaedic Applications

            J. Biomater. Sci., Polymer Ed. 2011, 22(4), 733-752 (a review).

 

582.     Deng, M.; Kumbar, S. G.; Nair, L. S.; Weikel, A. L.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Biomimetic Structures:  Biological  Implications of Di-peptide Substituted Phosphazene-Polymer Blend Nanofiber Matrices  for Load Bearing Bone Regeneration

            Adv. Functional Mater 2011, 21, 2641-2651.  (highlighted  on cover).

 

585.     Morozowich, N.; Weikel, A.; Mondschein, R.; Chen, C.; Nair, L.; Laurencin, C. T.;  Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Synthetic Challenges of Biomolecule-Containing Polyphosphazenes

            ACS Div. Poly. Chem. 2011, 52(2), 354-355

 

586.     Morozowich, N. L.; Weikel, A. L.; Nichol, J. L.; Chen, C.; Nair, L.; Laurencin, C. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes as Tissue Engineering Materials 

            ACS Div. Poly. Chem.  2011, 52(2), 312-313

 

588.     Sethuraman, S.; Nair, L. S.; Nuygen, M. T; Singh, A.; Greish, Y. E.; Allcock, H. R.  Brown, P. W.; Laurencin, C, T.

            In Vitro Evaluation of Novel Biodegradable Polyphosphazene-Calcium Deficient Nanocrystalline Hydroxyapatite Composites for Orthopaedic Applications

            Advanced Functional Materials (in press) 

 

589.     Deng, M.; Nair, L.S.;  Nukavarapu, S.; Kumbar, S. G.; Krogman, N. R; Allcock,  H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Dipeptide-based Biodegradable Polyphosphazene and Composites:  Evolving, Programmable Three-Dimensional Matrices for Tissue Regeneration

            Biomacromolecules  (accepted for publication) 

 

590.     Allcock, H. R.; Morozowich, N. L

            Bioerodible Polyphosphazenes and their Medical Potential 

            R.S.C. Polymer Chemistry 2012, 3, 578-590

 

592.      Deng, M.; Kumbar, S. G.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T

            Polyphosphazenes as Biomaterials 

            in Polymeeric Structures and Materials, I (Dumitriv, V.; Popa, V. Eds.) CRC Press 2013 (January 16) 20 pages) 

 

594.     Peach, M. S.; Kumbar, S. G.; James, R.; Toti, U. S.; Balasubramaniam, D.; Deng, M. Ulery, B.; Mazzocca, A. D.; McCarthy, M. B.; Morozowich, N. L.; Allcock,  H. R. Laurencin, C. T.

            Design and Optimization of Polyphosphazene Functionalized Fiber Matrices for Soft Tissue Regeneration

            J. Biomed. Nanotech.  2012, 8, 107-124

 

596.     Morozowich, N. L.; Nichol, J. L.; Mondschein, R. J.; Allcock, H. R.

            Design and Examination of an Antioxidant-Containing Polyphosphazene Scaffold for Tissue Engineering

            R.S.C. Polymer Chem. 2012, 3, 778-786

 

599.     Peach, M. S.; James, R.; Toti, U. S.; Deng, M.; Morozowich,  N. L.; Allcock, H. R.;  Laurencin, C. T.; Kumbar, S. G

            Polyphosphazene Functionalized Polyester Fiber Matrices for Tendon Tissue Engineering:  In Vitro Evaluation of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells

            Biomedical Materials 2012, 7, 1-13 

 

602.     Nichol, J. L.; Morozowich, N. L.; Allcock, H. R.

            Biodegradable Alanine and Phenylalanine Alkyl Ester Polyphosphazenes as Ligament and Tendon Tissue Scaffolds

            RSC Polymer Chemistry. 2012, 3, 778-786

 

603.     Morozowich, N. L.; Modzelewski, T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of Phosphate Polyphosphazenes via Two Synthetic Routes

            Macromolecules  2012, 45, 7684-7691

 

604.     Morozowich, N. L.; Nichol, J. L.; Allcock, H. R.

            Investigation of Apatite Mineralization on Antioxidant Polyphosphazenes for Bone Tissue Engineering

            Chem. Mater. 2012, 24, 3500-3509

 

606.     Tian, Z.; Zhang, Y.; Liu, X.; Chen, C.; Guiltinan, M. J.; Allcock, H. R.

            Bioderadable Polyphosphazenes Containing Antibiotics:  Synthesis, Characterization, and Hydrolytic Release Behavior

            Polymer (accepted)

 

607.     Liu, X.; Zhang, H.; Tian, Z.; Sen, A.; Allcock, H. R.

            Preparation of quaternized organic-inorganic hybrid brush polyphosphazene-co-poly[2-(dimethylamino)ethyl methacrylate] electrospun fibers and their antibacterial properties

            Polymer Chemistry 2012, 3, 2082-2091

 

609.     Liu, X,; Tian, Z.; Chen, C.; Allcock, H. R.

            UV-Cleavable Unimolecular Micelles:  Synthesis and Characterization Toward Photocontrolled Drug Release Carriers

            Polymer Chemisry 2013, 4, 1115-1125

 

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D. PUBLICATIONS RELATED TO OPTICS, ELECTRONICS, AND PHOTONICS

 

69.       Allcock, H. R.; Wright, S. D.; Kosydar, K. M.

            Poly(organophosphazenes) with Chromophores as Substituent Groups

            Macromolecules 1978, 11, 357‑359.

 

76.       O'Brien, J. P.; Ferrar, W. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            The Photolysis of Poly(alkoxy‑ and aryloxyphosphazene), [NP(OR)2]n

            Macromolecules 1979, 12, 108‑113.

 

162.     Allcock, H. R.; Levin, M. L.; Austin, P. E.

            Quaternized Cyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes and their Interactions with Tetracyanoquinodimethane

            Inorganic Chemistry 1986, 25, 2281‑2288.

 

165.     Allcock, H. R.; Neenan, T. X.

            Synthesis of Polyphosphazenes Bearing Covalently‑Linked Copper Phthalocyanine Units

            Macromolecules 1986, 19, 1495‑1501.

 

190.     Saraceno, R. A.; Riding, G. H.; Allcock, H. R.; Ewing, A. G.

            Electronic Properties of Phosphazene Substituents on Ferrocene

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1988, 110, 980‑982.

 

193.     Saraceno, R. A.; Riding, G. H.; Allcock, H. R.; Ewing, A.G.

            Electronic Properties and Redox Conduction of Ferrocene‑Substituted High Polymeric Phosphazenes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1988, 110, 7254‑7255.

 

197        Allcock, H. R.; Kim, C.

            Liquid Crystalline Phosphazenes ‑ High Polymeric and Cyclic Trimeric Systems with Aromatic Azo Side Groups

            Macromolecules 1989, 22, 2596‑2602.

 

210.     Allcock, H. R.; Kim, C.

            Liquid Crystalline Phosphazenes Bearing Biphenyl Mesogenic Groups

            Macromolecules 1990, 23, 3881‑3887

 

213.     Dembek, A. A.; Kim, C.; Allcock, H. R.; Devine, R. L. S.; Steier, W. H.; Spangler, C. W.

            A Second‑Order Nonlinear Optical Poly(organophosphazene)

            Chemistry of Materials 1990, 2, 97‑99.

 

215.     Dembek, A. A.; Allcock, H. R.; Kim, C., Steier; W. H.; Devine, R. L. S.; Shi, Y.; Spangler, C. W.

            "Second Order Nonlinear Optically‑Active Polyphosphazenes" in Materials for 

            Nonlinear Optics (S. Marder, J. E. Sohn, and G. S. Stucky, eds.), pp. 258‑266, ACS Symp. Ser. 455, 1991.

 

226.     Allcock, H. R.; Ngo, D. C.; Parvez, M.; Whittle, R. R.; Birdsall, W. J.

            Syntheses and Structures of Cyclic and Short Chain Linear Phosphazenes Bearing 4‑Phenylphenoxy Side Groups

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1991, 113, 2628‑2634.

 

227.     Allcock, H. R.; Kim, C.

            Poly(organophosphazenes) with Azoxybenzene Side Groups: Synthesis and Morphology

            Macromolecules 1991, 24, 2841‑2845.

 

228.     Allcock, H. R.; Kim, C.

            Photochromic Polyphosphazenes with Spiropyran Units

            Macromolecules 1991, 24, 2846‑2851.

 

242.     Allcock, H. R.; Dembek, A. A.; Kim, C.; Devine, R. L. S.; Shi, Y.; Steier, W. H.; Spangler, C.W.

            Second‑Order Nonlinear Optical Poly(organophosphazenes): Synthesis and Nonlinear Optical Characterization

            Macromolecules 1991, 24, 1000‑1010.

 

243.     Allcock, H. R.; Ngo, D. C.; Parvez, M.; Visscher, K.

            Synthesis and Structures of Para‑Halogenophenoxy Phosphazenes: A Comparison of the Structures of Cyclic and Linear‑Short‑Chain Species.

            Inorganic Chemistry 1994, 24, 5208-5214.

 

254.     Nelson, C. J.; Coggio, W. D.; Allcock, H. R.

            Ultraviolet Radiation‑Induced Crosslinking of Poly[bis(2‑(2‑methoxyethoxy)ethoxy)phosphazene]

            Chemistry of Materials 1991, 3, 786‑787.

 

273.     Allcock, H. R.; Dodge, J. A.; L. S. Van Dyke, Martin, C. R.

            Polyphosphazenes Bearing Polymerizable Pyrrole, Thiophene, and Furan Side Groups: Synthesis and Chemical Oxidation

            Chemistry of Materials 1992, 4, 780‑788.

 

279.     Welker, M. F.; Allcock, H. R.; Grune, G. L.; Chern, R. T.; Stannett, V. T.

            The Effects of Radiation on Newly Synthesized Allylamino‑Substituted Polyphosphazenes

            Polym. Prepr. (ACS Div. Polym. Chem.) 1992, 66, 259‑260.

 

282.     Welker, M. F.; Allcock, H. R.; Grune, G. L.; Chern, R. T.; Stannett, V. T.

            Radiation‑Induced Modifications of Allylamino‑Substituted Polyphosphazenes

            ACS Sym. Ser. 1994, 537, 293‑303.

 

306.     Allcock, H. R.; Cameron, C. G.

            The Synthesis and Characterization of Small Molecule and High Polymeric Phosphazenes Bearing Cinnamate Groups

            Macromolecules 1994, 27, 3125‑3130.

 

307.     Allcock, H. R.; Cameron, C. G.

            The Synthesis and Photocrosslinkable Chalcone‑Bearing Polyphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1994, 27, 3131‑3135.

 

316.     Stannett, V. T.; Grune, G. L.; Chern, R. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Radiation Cross-Linking of Some Polyphosphazenes and Possible Applications in Microlithography.

            Polym. Prepr. (ACS Div. Polym. Chem) 1994, 35, 876-877.

 

320.     Allcock, H. R.; Klingenberg, E. H.

            The Synthesis of Liquid Crystalline Phosphazenes Containing Chiral Mesogens

            Macromolecules 1995, 28, 4351-4360.

 

325.     Olshavsky, M. A.; Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes that Exhibit High Refractive Indices:  Synthesis, Characterization, and Optical Effects

            Macromolecules 1995, 28, 6188-6197.

 

326.     Allcock, H. R.; Al-Shali, S.; Ngo, D. C.; Visscher, K. B.; Parvez, M.

            Synthesis and Structure of Small-Molecule Phosphazene Rings that Bear Fused-Ring Aryloxy Side Groups:  Models for Optically Useful High  

            Polymers

            J. Chem. Soc. (Dalton) 1995, 3521-3532.

 

327.     Allcock, H. R.; Cameron, C. G.; Skloss, T. W.; Taylor-Meyers, S.; Haw, J. F.

            Molecular Motion of Phosphazene-Bound NLO Chromophores

            Macromolecules 1996, 29, 233-238.

 

352.     Olshavsky, M.; Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes with High Refractive Indices:  Optical Dispersion and Molar Reactivity

            Macromolecules 1997, 30, 4179-4183.

 

355.     Olshavsky, M. A.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of CdS Nanoparticles in Solution and in a Polyphosphazene Matrix

            Chemistry of Materials 1997, 9, 1367-1376.

 

439.     Allcock, H. R.; Bender, J. D.; Chang, Y.; McKenzie, M.; Fone, M. M.

            Controlled Refractive Index Polymers:  Polyphosphazenes with Chlorinated- and Fluorinated- Aryloxy and Alkoxy Side Groups

            Chemistry of Materials 2003, 15, 473-477.

 

471.     Allcock, H. R.; Chang, Y.; Stone, D. A.

            Synthesis  and Light-Emitting Characteristics of Phosphazene-Functionalized Polyphenylenevinylenes

            J. Polymer Sci 2006, 44, 69-76.

 

528.     Cho, S.-Y.; Allcock, H. R.

            Novel Highly Fluorinated Perfluorocyclobutane-Based Polymers for Photonic Applications

            Chem. Mater. 2007, 19, 6338-6344

 

566.     Fushimi, T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Optical Properties of Sulfur-Containing Monomers and Cyclomatrix Phosphazenes

            J. Chem. Soc., Daltan Trans. 2010, 39, 5349-5355

 

584.     Ainscough, E. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Brodie, A., M.; Gordon, K. C.; Hindenlang, M. D.; Horvath, R.; Otter, C. A.

            Specttroscopic Studies of Phosphazene Polymers Containing Photoluminescent Metal Complexes

            Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2011, 25, 3691-3704

 

598.     Davidson, R. J.; Ainscough, E. W.; Brodie, A. M.; Jameson, G. B.; Waterland, M. R.; Allcock, H. R.; Hindenlang, M. D.; Moubaraki, B.; Murray, K.; Gordon, K.; Horvath, R.

            Inorg. Chem. 2012, 51, 8307-8316 

 

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E. POLYMERIC IONIC CONDUCTORS

     (Solid and gel lithium battery electrolytes and fuel cell membranes)

 

156.     Blonsky, P. M.; Shriver, D. F.; Austin, P. E.; Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazene Solid Electrolytes

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1984, 106, 6854‑6855.

 

161.     Allcock, H. R.; Austin, P. E.; Neenan, T. X.; Sisko, J. T.; Blonsky, P. M.; Shriver, D. F.

            Polyphosphazenes with Etheric Side Groups:  Prospective Biomedical and Solid Electrolyte Polymers

            Macromolecules 1986, 19, 1508‑1512.

 

164.     Blonsky, P. M.; Shriver, D. F.; Austin, P. E.; Allcock, H. R.

            Complex Formation, Conductivity, and Lithium Ion Transport in Poly‑phosphazene‑Based Solid Electrolytes

            Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng. 1985, 53, 118‑122.

 

168.     Allcock, H. R.; Mang, M. N.; Riding, G. H.; Whittle, R. R.

            The Synthesis and Structure of Transition Metal‑Bound Phosphazenes Derived from Phosphazene Anions

            Organometallics 1986, 5, 2244‑2250.

 

170.     Blonsky, P. M.; Shriver, D. F.; Austin, P. E.; Allcock, H. R.

            Complex Formation and Ionic Conductivity of Polyphosphazene Solid Electrolytes

            Solid State Ionics 1986, 18 & 19, 258‑264.

 

 

221.     Bennett, J. L.; Dembek, A. A.; Allcock, H. R.; Heyen, B. J.; Shriver, D. F.

            Radiation Crosslinking of Poly[bis(2‑(2‑methyloxy­­ethoxy)ethoxy]­­phosphazene Effect on Solid State Ionic Conductivity

            Polym. Prepr. (ACS Polym. Div.) 1989, 30, 437‑438.

 

251.     Lerner, M.; Tipton, A.; Shriver, D. F.; Dembek, A. A.; Allcock, H. R.

            Characterization and Conductivities of Polyphosphazene‑Iodine Complexes

            Chemistry of Materials 1991, 3, 1117‑1120.

 

252.     Allcock, H. R.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.

            Sulfonation of Aryloxy‑ and Arylamino‑Phosphazenes: Small‑Molecule Compounds, Polymers, and Surfaces

            Chemistry of Materials 1991, 3, 1120‑1132.

 

254.     Nelson, C. J.; Coggio, W. D.; Allcock, H. R.

            Ultraviolet Radiation‑Induced Crosslinking of Poly[bis(2‑(2‑methoxyethoxy)ethoxy)phosphazene]

            Chemistry of Materials 1991, 3, 786‑787.

 

289.     Allcock, H. R.; Nelson, C. J.; Coggio, W. D.

            Solid Polymeric Electrolytes Based on Crosslinked MEEP‑Type Materials

            Poly. Prepr. (ACS PMSE Div.) 1993, 68, 76‑77.

 

336.     Allcock, H. R.; Napierala, M. E.; Cameron, C. G.; O’Connor, S. J. M.

            The Synthesis and Characterization of Ionically-Conducting Alkoxy Ether/Ålkoxy Mixed Substituent Poly(organophosphazenes) and their Use  

            as Solid Solvents for Ionic Conduction

            Macromolecules 1996, 29, 1951-1956.

 

337.     Allcock, H. R.; Kuharcik, S. E.; Reed, C. S.; Napierala, M. E. Allcock, H. R.; Kuharcik, S. E.; Reed, C. S.; Napierala, M. E.

            Synthesis of Polyphosphazenes with Ethyleneoxy-Containing Side Groups: New Solid Electrolyte Materials

            Macromolecules 1996, 29, 3384-3389.

 

350.     Allcock, H. R.; Napierala, M. E.; Olmeijer, D. L.; Cameron, C. G.; Kuharcik, S. E.;  Reed, C. S.; O.Connor, S. J. M.

            Proc. Intern. Conf. on Solid Polym. Electrolytes, Uppsala, Sweden  (J. Thomas, ed.)

            Electrochimica Acta 1997, 1-6.

 

353.     Allcock, H. R.; Ravikiran, R.; O’Connor, S. J. M.

            Effect of Oligoethyleneoxy-cyclotriphosphazenes, Tetraglyme, and Other Small Molecules on the Ionic Conductivity of the

            Poly[methylethoxyethoxy)phosphazene](MEEP)/Lithium Triflate System

            Macromolecules 1997, 30, 3184-3190.

 

361.     Allcock, H. R.; Napierala, M. E.; Best, S. A.; Merz, K. M.

            Examination of the Mechanism of Ionic Conduction in Polyphosphazenes by 13C,31P, and 15N NMR Spectroscopy and Molecular Dynamics

            Macromolecules 1999, 32, 732-741.

 

367.     Allcock, H. R.; Olmeijer, D. L.; O’Connor, S. J. M.

            Cation Complexation and Conductivity in Crown Ether Bearing Polyphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 1998, 31, 753-759.

 

371.     Allcock, H. R.; Sunderland, N. J.; Ravikiran, R.; Nelson, J. M.

            Polyphosphazenes with Novel Architectures: Influence on Physical Properties and Behavior as Solid Polymer Electrolytes

            Macromoleucles 1998, 31, 8026-8035.

 

394.     Lvov, S. N.; Zhou, X. Y.; Benning, L.; Wei, X. J.; Fedkin, M. V.; Allcock, H. R.; Hofmann, M. A.; Cannon, A. M.; Kellam, E. C.; Morford, R.

            V.

            Development of Proton-Conducting Membranes for High Temperature Direct   Methanol Fuel Cells

            Proc. Intern. Symp. on Energy Engineering in the 21st Century (Ping Cheng, ed.) Begnall House: New York, 2000, 1483-1488.

 

412.     Allcock, H. R.; Laredo, W. R.; Kellam, E. C.; Morford, R. V.

            Polynorbornenes Bearing Pendent Cyclotriphosphazenes with Oligoethyleneoxy Side Groups:  Behavior as Solid Polymer Electrolytes

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 787-794.

 

413.     Allcock, H. R.; Laredo, W. R.; Morford, R. V.

            Polymer Electrolytes Derived From Polynorbornenes with Pendent Cyclophosphazenes:  Poly(ethylene glycol) Methyl Ether Derivatives

            Solid State Ionics 2001, 139, 27-36.

 

417.     Allcock, H. R.; Kellam, E. C.; Morford, R. V.

            Gel Electrolytes from Co-Substituted Oligoethyleneoxy/Trifluoroethoxy Linear Polyphosphazenes

            Solid State Ionics 2001, 143, 297-308.

 

418.     Allcock, H. R.; Prange, R.; Hartle, T. J.

            Poly(phosphazene-ethylene oxide) Di- and Triblock Copolymers as Solid Polymer Electrolytes

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 5463-5470.

 

420.     Allcock, H. R.; Hofmann, M. A.; Wood, R. M.

            Phosphonation of Aryloxyphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 6915-6921.

 

426.     Zhou, X. Y.; Hofmann, M. A.; Weston, J. A.; Chalkova, E.; Allcock, H. R.; Lvov, S. N.

            High Temperature Methanol Crossover in Proton-Conducting Polyphosphazene Membranes

            Proc. Electrochem. Soc. 2001, 34-41.

 

427.     Fedkin, M. V.; Zhou, X. Y.; Hofmann, M. A.; Chalkova, E.; Weston, J. A.; Allcock, H. R.; Lvov,  S. N.

            Evaluation of Methanol Crossover in Proton-Conducting Polyphosphazene Membranes

            Materials Letters 2002, 52, 192-196.

 

428.     York, S.; Kellam, E. C.; Allcock, H. R.; Frech, R.

            A Vibrational Spectroscopic Study of Lithium Triflate in Polyphosphazenes with Linear Oligoethyleneoxy Side Chains of Different Lengths

            Electrochim. Acta 2001, 46, 1553-1557.

 

429.     Allcock, H. R.; Hofmann, M. A.; Ambler, C. M.; Lvov, S. N.; Zhou, X. Y.; Chalkova, E.; Weston, J.

            Phenyl Phosphonic Acid Functionalized Poly[aryloxyphosphazenes] as Proton-  Conducting Membranes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells

            J. Membrane Science 2002, 202, 47-54

 

433.     Hofmann, M. A.; Ambler, C. M.; Maher, A. E.; Chalkova, E.; Zhou, X. Y.; Lvov,  S. N.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis of Polyphosphazenes with Sulfonimide Side Groups

            Macromolecules 2002, 35, 6490-6493.

 

435.     Allcock, H. R.; Hofmann, M. A.; Ambler, C. M.; Morford, R. V.

            Phenylphosphonic Acid Functionalized Poly[aryloxyphosphazenes]

            Macromolecules 2002, 35, 3483-3489.

 

436.     Gao, L. ; Macdonald, D. D.; Urquidi-Macdonald, M.; Olmeijer, D.; Allcock, H. R.

            Charge Cycling and Impedance Characterization of a Polyphosphazene Solid    Polymer Electrolyte-Manganese(IV) Oxide Intercalation Cathode

            Elecrochim Acta 2002, 47, 3863-3872.

 

444.     Zhou, X.; Weston, J.; Chalkova, E.; Lvov, S. N.; Hofmann, M. A.; Ambler, C. M.; Allcock, H. R.

            High Temperature Transport Properties of Polyphosphazene Membranes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells

            Electrochim. Acta 2003, 48, 2173-2180.

 

445.     Allcock, H. R.; Bender, J. D.; Morford, R. V.; Berda, E. B.

            Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Solid Polymer Electrolytes Based on Poly(7-oxanonorbornene)s with Pendent Oligoethyleneoxy)-

            Functionalized Cyclotriphosphazenes

            Macromolecules 2003, 36, 3563-3569.

 

451.     Frech, R.; York, S.; Allcock, H. R.; Kellam, E. C.

            Ionic Transport in Polymer Electrolytes:  The Essential Role of Associated Ionic Species

            Macromolecules 2004, 23, 8699-8702.

 

454.     Allcock, H. R.; Hofmann, M. A.; Ambler, C. M.; Maher, A. E.; Wood, R. M.; Lvov, S.; Zhou, X. Y.; Chalkova,  E.; Fedkin, M. W.; Weston, J.

            A.

            Chapter in special volume of Polymers for Advanced Technology (submitted)

 

468.     Allcock, H. R.; Welna, D. T.; Maher, A. E.

            Single Ion Conductors:  Polyphosphazenes with Sulfonimide Functional Groups

            Solid State Ionics, 2006, 177, 741-747.

 

481.     Fei, S.-T.; Lee, S.-H. A.; Pursel, S. M.; Bashem, J.; Hess, A.; Grimes, C. A.; Horn, M. W.; Mallouk, T. E.; Allcock, H. R.

            Electrolyte Infiltration for Phosphazene-Based Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells 

            J. Polymer Sources 2011, 196, 5223-5230 

 

488.     Allcock, H. R.; Chang, Y.; Welna, D. T.

            Ionic Conductivity of Covalently Interconnected Polyphosphazene-Silicate Hybrid Networks

            Solid State Ionics, 2006, 177, 569-572.

 

492.     Allcock, H. R.; Welna, D. T.; Stone, D. A.; Powell, E. s.; Wood, R.; Kwak, G.,

            Recent Advances in Polyphosphazenes Used as Ionic Conductors and in Electroactive Materials

            Polym. Prepr. (ACS Div. Polm. Chem.), 2005, 93, 782-783.

 

499.     Allcock, H. R.; Wood, R. M.

            Design and Synthesis of Ion Conductive Polyphosphazenes for Fuel Cell Applications (Review)

            J. Polm. Sci, Part B, Polymer Physics, 2006, 44, 2358-2368.

 

501.     Morford, R. V.; Welna, D. T.; Kellam, C. E.; Hofmann, M. A.; Allcock, H. R.

            A Phosphate Additive for Poly(ethylene oxide)-Based Gel Polymer Electrolytes

            Solid State Ionics, 2006, 177, 721-726.

 

505.     Allcock. H. R.; Welna, D. T.; Stone, D. A.

            Synthesis of Pendent Functionalized Cyclophosphazene Polyoctenamers: Amphiphilic Lithium-Ion Conductive Materials

            Macromolecules 2005, 38, 10406-10412.

 

512.     Conner, D. A.; Welna, D. T.; Chang, Y.; Allcock, H. R.

            Influence of Terminal Phenyl Groups on the Side Chains of Phosphazene Polymers: Structure-Property Relationships and Polymer Electrolyte Behavior

            Macromolecules (In press).

 

513.     Welna, D. T.; Stone, D. A.; Allcock, H. R.

            Lithium Ion Conductive Polymers as Prospective Membranes in Lithium Seawater  Batteries

            Chemistry of Materials 2006, 18, 4486-4492.

 

514.     Stone, D. A.; Welna, D. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Characterization of Lithium Ion Conductive Membranes with Low Water Permeation

            Chemistry of Materials (in Press)

 

515.     Allcock, H. R.; Cho, S. Y.; Steely, L. B.

            New Amphiphilic Poly[bis(2,2,2-trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene]-Poly(propylene-glycol) Triblock Copolymers:  Synthesis and Micellar Characteristics 

            Macromolecules 2006, 39, 8334-8338

 

518.     Klein, R.; Welna, D. T.; Weikel, A.; Allcock, H. R.; Runt, J.

            Counterion Effects on Ion Mobility Ion Concentration of Doped Polyphosphazenes and Polyphosphazene Ionomers

            Macromolecules 2007, 40, 3990-3995 

 

519.     Klein, R.; Welna, D.T.; Weikel, A.; Allcock, H. R.; Runt, J.

            Counterion Effects on Ion Mobility Ion Concentration of Doped Polyphosphazenes and Polyphosphazene Ionomers

            Macromolecules (submitted).

 

520.     Cho, S.-Y.; Allcock, H. R.

            Dendrimers Derived from Polyphosphazene-Poly(propyleneimine) Systems: Encapsulation and Triggered Release of Hydrophobic Guest Molecules

            Macromolecules 2007, 40, 3115-3121

 

549.     Fei, S.-T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Recent Progress with Ethyleneoxy Phosphazenes as Lithium Battery Electrolyes

            Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. 2009, 1127-T01-05

 

550.     Fei, S.-T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Methoxyethoxyethoxyphosphazenes as Ionic Conductive Fire Retardant Additives for Lithium Battery Systems

            Power Sources 2010, 195(7), 2082-2088

 

554.     Argun, A.; Ashcroft, J.; Herring, M.; Lee, D.; Allcock, H. R.; Hammond, P.

            Ion Conduction and Water Transport in Polyphosphazene-Based Multilayers

            Chem. Mater. 2009, 22, 226-232

 

565.     Lee, D.; Allcock, H. R.

            The Effects of Cations and Anions on the Ionic Conductivity of Poly[bis(2-(2-methoxyethoxy)phosphazene] Doped with Lithiun and Magnesium Salts of Trifluoromethanesulfonate and Bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)imidate

            Solid State Ionics 2010, 181, 1721-1726

576.     Lee, S.-H. A.; Jackson, A-M.S; Hess, A.; Fei, S-T.S.; Pursel, S. M.; Basham, J.; Grimes, C. A.; Horn, M. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Mallouk, T. E.

            Influence of Different Iodide Salts on the Performance of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells Containing Phosphazene-Based Nonvolatile Electrolytes

            J. Phys. Chem. 2010, 114, 15234-15242

 

577.     Lee, D. K.; Saito, T.; Benesi, A. J.; Hickner, M. A.; Allcock, H. R.

            Characterization of Water in Proton-Conducting Membranes by Deuterium NMR T Relaxation

            J. Phys. Chem. 2011, 115(5), 776-783

 

581.     Fei, S.-T.; Lee, S.-H. A.; Pursel, S. M.; Bashem, J.; Hess, A.; Grimes. C. A.; Horn, M. W.; Mallouk, T. E.; Allcock, H. R.

            Electrolye Filtration in Phosphazene-Based Dye Sensitized Solar Cells

            J. Power Sources 2011, 196, 5223-5230

 

587.     Lee, D.; Saito, T.; Benesi, A.; Hickner, M.; Allcock, H. R.

            Characterization of Water in Proton Conducting Membranes by Deuterium NMR

            J. Phys. Chem. 2011, 115(5), 776-783

 

593.     Chen, C.; Hess, A. R.; Jones, A.; Liu, X.; Barber, G. D.; Mallouk T. E.; Allcock, H. R.

            Quaternization of Poly(aryloxy- and alkoxyphosphazenes) 

            Macromolecules 2012, 45, 1182-1189 

 

610.     Alaaeddine, A.; Hess, A.; Boschet, Allcock, H. R.; Ameduri, B.

            Synthesis and Characerization of Novel Alternating Fluorinated Copolymers Bearing Oligo(ethylene oxide) Side Chains

            Polymer Chemistry 2013, (in press) 

 

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F. Materials Science (Surfaces, Membranes, Ceramics, Composites, and Fibers)

 

166.     Allcock, H. R.; Kwon, S.

            Covalent Linkage of Proteins to Surface‑Modified Poly(organophosphazenes): Immobilization of Glucose‑6‑Phosphate Dehydrogenase and

            Trypsin

            Macromolecules 1986, 19, 1502‑1508.

 

219.     Allcock, H. R.; McDonnell, G. S.; Riding, G. H., Manners, I.

            Influence of Different Organic Side Groups on the Thermal Behavior of Polyphosphazenes: Random Chain Cleavage, Depolymerization, and

            Pyrolytic Crosslinking

            Chemistry of Materials 1990, 2, 425‑432.

 

225.     Visscher, K, B.; Manners, I.; Allcock, H. R.

            Interpenetrating Polymer Networks of Poly(organophosphazenes) and Organic Polymers

            Macromolecules 1990, 23, 4885‑4886

 

235.     Allcock, H. R.; Rutt, J. S.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.

            A Surface Reaction of Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene] Films by Basic Hydrolysis

            Chemistry of Materials 1991, 3, 442‑449.

 

240.     Allcock, H. R.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.

            Functionalization of the Surface of Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene] by Reactions with Alkoxide Nucleophiles

            Chemistry of Materials 1991, 3, 450‑454.

 

258.     Allcock, H. R.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.; Salvati, L.

            Oxidation of Poly[di(4‑methylphenoxy)phosphazene] Surfaces, and Chemistry of the Surface Carboxylic Acid Groups

            Chemistry of Materials 1992, 4, 769‑775.

 

259.     Allcock, H. R.; Welker, M. F.; Parvez, M.

            Synthesis and Structure of Borazinyl‑Substituted Small‑Molecule and High Polymeric Phosphazenes: Ceramic Precursors

            Chemistry of Materials 1992, 4, 296‑307.

 

269.     Allcock, H. R.; Visscher, K. B.; Manners, I.

          Polyphosphazene‑Organic Polymer Interpenetrating Polymer Networks

            Chemistry of Materials 1992, 4, 1188‑1192.

 

270.     Allcock, H. R.; Visscher, K. B.

            Preparation and Characterization of Poly(organophosphazene) Blends

            Chemistry of Materials 1992, 4, 1182‑1187.

 

271.     Allcock, H. R.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.; Visscher, K.

          Thin Layer Grafts of Poly[bis(methoxyethoxyethoxy)phosphazene] on Organic Polymer Surfaces

            Chemistry of Materials 1992, 4, 775‑780.

 

280.     Allcock, H. R.; Nelson, C. J.; Coggio, W. D.; Manners, I.; Koros, W. J.; Walker, D. R.B.; Pessan, L. A.

            Gas Permeation and Selectivity of Poly(organophosphazene) Membranes

            Macromolecules 1993, 26, 1493‑1502.

 

300.     Allcock, H. R.; Nelson, C. J.; Coggio, W. D.   

            Photoinitiated Graft Poly(organophosphazenes): Functionalized Immobilization Substrates for the Binding of Amines, Proteins, and Metals

            Chemistry of Materials 1994, 6, 516‑524

 

309.     Allcock, H. R.; Visscher, K. B.

            Metal Ion‑Complexing Polyphosphazene Interpenetrating Polymer Networks

            Chemistry of Materials 1994, 6, 2040-2050.

 

322.     Allcock, H. R.; Smith, D. E.

            Surface Studies of Poly(organophosphazenes) Containing Diemethylsiloxane Grafts

            Chemistry of Materials 1995, 7, 1469-1474.

 

323.     Ten Huisen, K. S.; Brown, P. W.; Reed, C. S.; Allcock, H. R.

            Low Temperature Synthesis of a Self-Assembling Composite: Hydroxyapatite Poly[bis(sodium carboxylatophenoxy)phosphazene]

            J. Mater. Sci., Mater. Med. 1996, 7, 673-682.

 

332.     Mack, L. L.; Fitzpatrick, R. J.; Allcock, H. R.

            Hydrophobicity, Hydrophilicity, and Amphiphilicity in Phosphazene Small Molecules  and High Polymers:  Langmuir-Blodgett Studies

            Langmuir, 1997, 13, 2123-2132.

 

333.     Reed, C. S.; TenHuisen, K. S.; Brown, P. W.; Allcock, H. R. ; 

            Thermal Stability and Compressive Strength of Calcium Deficient Hydroxyapatite Poly[bis(Carboxylatophenoxy)phosphazene] Composites

            Chemistry of Materials 1996, 8, 440-447.

 

340.     Laurencin, C. T.; El-Amin, S. F.; Ibim, S. E.; Willoughby, D. A.; Attawia,  M.; Ambrosio, A. M. A.; Allcock, H. R.

            A Highly Porous 3-Dimensional Polyphosphazene Polymer Matrix for Skeletal Tissue Regeneration

            J. Biomed. Mater. Res. 1996, 303, 133-138.

 

356.     Reed, C. A.; Taylor, J. P.; Guigley, K. S.; Kully, K. S.; Bernheim, K. A.; Coleman, M. M.; Allcock, H. R.

            Polyurethane/Poly[bis(carboxylatophenoxy)phosphazene] Blends and Their Potential as Flame-Retardant Materials

            J. Polym. Sci. & Eng. 2000, 40, 465-472.

 

386.     Allcock, H. R.; Taylor, J. P.

            Phosphorylation of Phosphazenes and its Effects on Thermal Properties and Fire Retardant Behavior

            Polymer Engineering & Science 2000, 40, 1177-1189.

 

389.     Nagai, K.; Freeman, B. D.; Cannon, A.; Allcock, H. R.

            Gas Permeability of Poly(bis-trifluoroethoxyphosphazene) and its Blends with Adamantane Amino/trifluoroethoxy (50/50) Polyphosphazene

            J. Membrane Science 2000, 172, 167-176.

 

424.     Ambrosio, A. M. A.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Degradable Polyphosphazene/Polyester  Blend with Self-Neutralizing Potential

            Proc. Soc. for Biomaterials 1999, 25, 9.

 

434.     Chang, Y.; Bender, J. D.; Phelps, M. V. B.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Self-Association Behavior of Biodegradable Amphiphilic Poly[bis(ethyl glycinat-N-y)phosphazene]-PEO Block Copolymers

            Biomacromolecules 2002, 3, 1364-1369.

 

448.     Ambrosio, A. M. A.; Sahota, J. S.; Runge, C.; Kurtz, S. M.; Lakshmi, S.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Novel Polyphosphazene-Hydroxyapatite Composite for Bone Tissue Engineering

            Eng. Biol.  Magazine, Special Ed., Tissue Eng. 2003, 22, 18-26.

 

450.     Greish, Y. E.; Brown,  P. W.; Bender, J. D.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Formation of Hydroxyapatite-poly[bis(calcium carboxylatophenoxy phosphazene] Composites at Physiological Temperature

            J. Biomed. Mater. Res. 2006, 77A, 416-425.

 

463.     Greish, Y. E.; Bender, J. D.; Lakshmi, S.; Brown, P. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Low Temperature Formation on Hydroxyapatite - poly(alkyloxybenzoate)Phosphazene Composites for Biomedical Applications

            Biomaterials 2005, 26 (1), 1-9.

 

464.     Bhattacharyya, S.; Lakshmi, S.; Bender, J. D.; Greish, Y. E.; Brown, P. W.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Preparation of Poly[bis(carboxylato phenoxy)phosphazene] Non-Woven Nanofiber Mats by Electrospinning

            Proc. Mat. Res. Soc. (Plant, A.; Chilkoti, A.; Barron. A. E. ; Wong, J., eds.)  2004, F8.10,  157-163.

 

470.     Welna. D. T.; Bender, J. D.; Wei. X.; Sneddon, L. G.; Allcock, H. R.

            Preparation of Boron Carbide Nanofibers from Poly(norbornenyldecarb-carborane) Single-Source Precursor via Electrostatic Spinning

            Advanced Materials 2005, 17, 859-862.

 

479.     Chang, Y.; Welna. D. T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Phosphazene-Silicate Hybrid Nework Membranes:  Characterization and Applications

            Polym. Prepr. (Am. Chem. Soc. Div. Polym. Chem.) 2004, 45, 529-530.

 

485.     Chang, Y.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Characterization of Covalently Interconnected Phosphazene-Silicate Hybrid Network Membranes

            Chemistry of Materials 2006, 17, 4449-4454.

 

495.     Singh, A.; Steely, L.; Allcock, H. R.

            Electrospinning Nanofiber Membranes of Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene]           

            Polym. Prepr. (ACS Div. Polym. Chem) 2005, 46(2), 599-600.

 

496.     Allcock, H. R.

            Fluorine-Containing Polyphosphazenes as Hydrophobic and Superhydrophobic Materials

            Polym. Prepr. (ACS Div. Polym. Chem.) 2005, 46(2), 603.

 

500.     Allcock, H. R.; Steely, L. B.; Singh, A.

            Hydrophobic and Superhydrophobic Surfaces from Polyphosphazenes

            Polymer International  2006, 55, 621-625.

 

502.     Wei, X.; Welna, D. T.; Bender, J. D.; Sneddon, L. G.; Allcock, H. R.

            Design and Syntheses of Poly(norbornenyldecarborane) Precursors to Boron Carbide and Boron-Carbide/Silicon-Carbide Ceramics

            Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 2005, 848, FF1.8.1-6.

 

503.     Welna, D. T.; Wei, X.; Bender, J. D.; Krogman, N. R.; Sneddon, L. G.; Allcock, H. R.

            Electrostatic Spinning, Pyrolysis, and Characterization of Boron Carbide Nanofibers Prepared from Poly(norbornenyldecacarborane) – a

            Polymerization Ceramic Precursor

            Mater. Res.  Soc. Symp. 2005, 848, FF6.13.1-6.

 

504.     Singh, A., Steely, L., Allcock, H. R.

            Electrospinning of  Poly[bis(2,2,2-trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene] Superhydrophobic Nanofibers

            Langmuir 2005, 21, 11604-11607.

 

522.     Allcock, H. R.; Steely, L. B.; Kim, S.; Kang, B.

            Plasma Surface Functionalization of Poly[bis(2,2,2-trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene] Films and Nanofibers

            Langmuir 2007, 23, 8103-8107 

 

524.     Steely, L. B.; Li, Q.; Badding, J. V.; Allcock, H. R.

            Foam Formation from Fluorinated Polyphosphazenes by Liquid CO2 Processing 

            Polym. Sci. Eng. 2008, 48, 683-686 

 

534.     Steely, L. B.; Allcock, H. R.; Kim, S.H.; Kang, B. K.

            Plasma Surface Functionalization of Poly[bis(2,2,2-trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene] 

            Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. 2007, 951E, 0951E-12-41 

 

544.     Allcock, H. R.; Steely, L. B.; Singh, A.; Hindenlang, M. D.

            Hydrophobic and Superhydrophobic Polyphosphazenes 

            J. Adhesion Sci. & Technol 2009, 23, 435-445 

 

545.     Guron, M. M.; Wei, X.; Welna, D.; Krogman, N.; Kim, M. J.; Allcock, H. R.; Sneddon, L. G.

            Preceramic Polymer Blends as Precursors for Boron-Carbide/Silicon-Carbide Composite Ceramics and Ceramic Fibers

            Chem. Mater. 2009, 21, 1708-1715

 

552.     Weikel, A. L.; Lee, D.; Krogman, N. R.; Allcock, H. R.

            Phase Changes of Poly(alkoxyphosphazenes) and their Behavior in the Presence of Oligoisobutylene

            J. Polym. Sci. Eng.  2010, 92A, 114-125 

 

583.     Weikel, A. L.; Lee, D. K.; Krogman, N. R.; Allcock, H. R.

            Phase Changes in Poly(alkoxyphosphazenes) and their Behavior in the Presence of Oligoisobutylene

            Polymer. Eng. and Science 2011, 51, 1693-1700 

 

608.       Wynne, K. J.; Allcock, H. R.; Presnall, D.; Steely, L. B.

            Semicrystalline Polyphosphazenes:  A Comparative Study of Topology, Morphology, and Contact Angles for Three Fluorous and One Aryl Poly-phosphazene

            Polymer (accepted)

 

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G. CLATHRATE (MOLECULAR INCLUSION) CHEMISTRY

 

6.         Allcock, H. R.

            New Reactions of Phosphonitrilic Chloride Trimer.  Substitution and Cleavage Reactions with Catechol and Triethylamine

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1963, 85, 4050.

 

8.         Allcock, H. R.

            Reactions of Phosphonitrilic Chlorides with Catechol and Triethylamine

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1964, 86, 2591‑2595.

 

10.       Allcock, H. R.; Siegel, L. A.

            Molecular Inclusion Compounds of Tris(o‑phenylenedioxy)phosphonitrilic Trimer

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1964, 86, 5140‑5144.

 

13.       Allcock, H. R.; Kugel, R. L.

            Cyclized Products From the Reactions of Hexachlorocyclotriphosphazene (Phosphonitrilic Chloride Trimer) with Aromatic Dihydroxy, Dithiol, and

            Diamino Compounds

            Inorg. Chem. 1966, 5, 1016‑10.

 

17.       Allcock, H. R.; Kugel, R. L.

            Degradation of Halogenophosphazenes to a New Phosphorane System

            J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1968, 24, 1606‑1607.

 

25.       Allcock, H. R.; Stein, M. T.; Stanko, J. A.

            The Crystal and Molecular Structure of Tris(2,2'‑dioxybiphenyl)cyclotri­­phosphazene

            J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1970, 15, 944‑945.

 

28.       Allcock, H. R.; Walsh, E. J.

            Synthesis of Spirophosphazenes with Five‑, Six‑, and Seven‑Membered Exocyclic Rings at Phosphorus

            Inorg. Chem. 1971, 10, 1643‑1647.

 

30.       Allcock, H. R.; Stein, M. T.; Stanko, J. A.

            The Crystal and Molecular Structure of Tris(2,2'‑dioxybiphenyl)cyclotri‑phosphazene

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1971, 93, 3173‑3178.

 

43.       Allcock, H. R.; Stein, M. T.

            Clathration by Tris(2,3‑naphthalenedioxy)cyclotriphosphazene.  An X‑ray Crystal and Molecular Structure Study

            J. Am. Chem. Soc..1974, 96, 49‑52.

 

47.       Allcock, H. R.; Stein, M. T.; Bissell, E. C.

            A p-Xylene Clathrate of Tris(1,8‑naphthalenedioxy)cyclotriphosphazene

            J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1974, 96, 4795‑4800.

 

51.       Allcock, H. R.; Kugel; R. L.; Moore, G. Y.

            Mechanism of the Reactions between o‑Dinucleophiles and Cyclophosphazenes

            Inorg. Chem. 1975, 14, 2831‑2837.

 

67.       Allcock, H. R.

            Cyclophosphazene Clathrates‑‑Exploring the Adjustable Tunnel

            Accts. Chem. Res. 1978, 11, 81‑87.

 

116.     Allcock, H. R.; Ferrar, W. T.; Levin, M. L.

            Polymerization in Clathrate Tunnel Systems:  Stereo‑Controlled Polymerization of Unsaturated Monomers in Crystals of

            Tris(o‑phenylenedioxy)cyclotri‑phosphazene

            Macromolecules 1982, 15, 697‑703.

 

135.     Allcock, H. R.

            Cyclophosphazene Inclusion Adducts

            Chapter 8 in "Chemistry of Host‑Guest Complexes," Academic Press" New York. 1984, 351‑374.

 

149.     Allcock, H. R.; Levin, M. L.

            The Stereocontrolled Polymerization of Acrylic Monomers Within a Tris‑(o‑phenylenedioxy)cyclotriphosphazene Tunnel Clathrate

            Macromolecules 1985, 18, 1324‑1330.

 

154.     Allcock, H. R.; Levin, M. L.; Whittle, R. R.

            Tris(o‑phenylenedioxy)cyclotriphosphazene:  The Clathration‑Induced Monoclinic to Hexagonal Solid State Transition

            Inorganic Chemistry 1986, 25, 41‑47.

 

295.     Allcock, H. R.; Dudley, G. K.; Silverberg, E. N.

            Stereocontrolled Polymerization of Diene Monomers within a Tris(o‑phenylenedioxy)cyclotriphosphazene Tunnel Clathrate

            Macromolecules 1994, 27, 1039‑1044.

 

296.     Allcock, H. R.; Silverberg, E. N.; Dudley, G. K.

            Stereocontrolled Polymerization within a Cyclophosphazene Clathrate Tunnel

            Macromolecules 1994, 27, 1033‑1038.

 

312.     Allcock, H. R.; Silverberg, E. N.; Dudley, G. K.; Pucher, S. R.

            Inclusion Polymerization Within a   Tris(2,3‑naphthalenedioxy)cyclitrophosphazene Clathrate

            Macromolecules 1994, 27, 7550-7555.

 

346.     Primrose, A. P., Parvez, M.; Allcock, H. R.

            Inclusion Adduct Formation Between Tris(o-phenylenedioxy)cyclo- and Poly(ethylene oxide) or Polyethylene

            Macromolecules 1997, 30, 670-672.

 

377.     Allcock, H. R.; Primrose, A. P.; Sunerland, N. J.; Rheingold, A. L.; Guzei, I. A.; Parvez, M.

            Inclusion of Polymers with the Crystal Structure of Tris(o-phenylenedioxy)cyclo Recent Developments with an Impact on the Future of

            Polyphosphazene Science and Technology

            Proc. of Intern. Phosphorus Conf. Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon 1999, 144-146, 61-64.

 

382.     Allcock, H. R.; Sunderland, N. J.; Primrose, A. P.; Rheingold, A. L.; Guzei, I. A.; Parvez, M.

            A New Host for Polymer and Small-Molecule Clathration

            Chemistry of Materials 1999, 11, 2478-2485.

 

387.     Allcock, H. R.; Primrose, A. P.; Silverberg, E. N.; Visscher, K. B.; Rheingold, A. L. Guzei, I. A.; Parvez, M.

            Synthesis and Crystal Structure of Tris(9,10-phenanthrenedioxy)cyclotri-Phosphazene – A New Clathration System

            Chemistry of Materials 2000, 12, 2530-2536.

 

391.     Sunderland, N. J.; Allcock, H. R.

            Entrapment and Separation of Polymers in Crystalline Host Systems

            Polym. Prepr., ACS Div. Polym. Chem. 1999, 40, 750-751.

 

414.     Allcock, H. R.; Sunderland, N. J.

            Separation of Polymers and Small Molecules by Crystalline Host Systems

            Macromolecules 2001, 34, 3069-3076.

 

475.     Allcock, H. R.

            Clathrate Inclusion Adducts – Molecular Recognition Using Solid State Structures

            ACS Petroleum Research Fund 60th Anniversary Commemoration 2004 

 

567.     Lee,  D. K.; Jackson, A.-M.; Fushimi, T.; Allcock, H. R.

            Synthesis and Inclusion Behavior of Cyclotriphosphazene Molecules with Asymmetric Spiro Rings

            J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 2010, 39, 5341-5348

 

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H. REVIEW ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS

 

16.       Allcock, H. R.

            Phosphonitrilic Chemistry

            Chem. and Eng. News 1968, 46, 68‑81.

 

20.       Allcock, H. R.

            Phosphonitrilic Polymers

            Encyclopedia of Polymer Sci. and Techn. 1969, 10, 139‑144.

 

22.       Allcock, H. R.

            Ring‑Chain Equilibria

            J. Macromol. Sci. ‑ Revs. Macro. Chem. 1970, C4, 149‑189.

 

34.       Allcock, H. R.

            Recent Advances in Phosphazene (Phosphonitrilic) Chemistry

            Chem. Rev. 1972, 72, 315‑356.

 

42.       Allcock, H. R.

            Inorganic Polymers

            Scientific American, March 1974, pp. 66‑74.

 

46.       Allcock, H. R.

            Phosphazene High Polymers

            Chemistry in Britain, April 1974, pp. 118‑121.

 

52.       Allcock, H. R.

            Poly(organophosphazenes).  A New Class of Applicable High Polymers

            Chem. Tech. 1975, 5, 552‑560.

 

54.       Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes:  New Polymers with Inorganic Backbone Atoms

            Science 1976, 193, 1214‑1219.

 

59.       Allcock, H. R.

            Poly(organophosphazenes) ‑ Unusual High Polymers

            Angew. Chem. 1977, 89 153;  Int. Ed. English 1977, 16, 147‑156.

 

67.       Allcock, H. R.

            Cyclophosphazene Clathrates‑‑Exploring the Adjustable Tunnel

            Accounts. Chem. Res. 1978, 11, 81‑87.

 

71.       Allcock, H. R.

            Poly(organophosphazenes) Designed for Biomedical Uses

            Organometallic Polymers, Academic Press, 1978, 283‑288.

 

84.       Allcock, H. R.

            High Polymeric Organophosphazenes‑‑Macromolecules with a Difference

            Contemporary Topics in Polymer Science, Plenum Press, 1979, Vol. 3, 55‑78.

 

86.       Allcock, H. R.

            Small‑Molecule Rings as Models for High Polymeric Chains

            Accounts of Chemical Research 1979, 12, 351‑358.

 

88.       Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes, and the Inorganic Approach to Polymer Chemistry

            Science Progress 1980, 66, 355‑369.

 

91.       Allcock, H. R.

            Polymerization of Cyclic Phosphazenes and Other Inorganic Ring Systems

            Polymer 1980, 21, 673‑683.

 

101.     Evans, T. L.; Allcock, H. R.

            Poly(difluorophosphazene): A New Intermediate for the Synthesis of Poly‑(organophosphazenes)

            J. Macro. Sci. ‑ Chem. (Proc. of Symp. on Inorganic Macromolecules) 1981, A16(1), 409‑423

 

105.     Allcock, H. R.

            Controlled Synthesis of Organic/Inorganic Polymers that Possess a Backbone of Phosphorus and Nitrogen Atoms

            Makromol. Chem. (Proc. IUPAC Conf. on Macromolecules, Florence, Italy, 1980) 1981, Suppl. 4, 3‑19.

 

111.     Allcock, H. R.

            Phosphazene Rings and High Polymers Linked to Transition Metals or Biologically‑Active Organic Species

            ACS Symp. Ser. (Proc. of Int. Conf. on Phosphorus Chemistry, Durham, N.C., 1981), 1981, 171, 311-314.

 

134.     Allcock, H. R.

            Cyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes as Carrier Molecules for Carboranyl, Metallo, or Bioactive Organic Side Groups

            Chapter in "Rings, Clusters, and Polymers of the Main Group Elements ACS Symp. Ser. 1983, 232, 49‑67.

 

135.     Allcock, H. R.

            Cyclophosphazene Inclusion Adducts

            Chapter 8 in "Chemistry of Host‑Guest Complexes," Academic Press" New York. 1984, 351‑374.

 

136.     Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazene Elastomers

            "Encyclopedia of Science and Engineering," Pergamon Press: Oxford, 1986, 3787‑3789.

 

137.     Allcock, H. R.

            Oligomerization and Polymerization

            Chapter in "Inorganic Reactions and Methods," Verlag Chemie 1989

 

138.     Allcock, H. R.;

            Halogenophosphazene Cyclic Trimers, Tetramers, and High Polymers

            Phosphorus and Sulfur, 1983, 18, 267‑270.

 

139.     Allcock, H. R.

          Ring‑Ring and Ring‑Polymer Interconversions in Phosphorus‑Nitrogen Oligomers and Polymers

            Chapter in "Inorganic Reactions and Methods" Verlag Chemie 1989

 

140.     Allcock, H. R.;

            A New Approach to Polymer Chemistry:  Organometallic and Bioactive Phosphazenes

            J. Polym. Sci., Polym. Symp. 1983, Vol. 70, 71‑77.

 

157.     Allcock, H. R.

            Inorganic Macromolecules

            Chem. and Eng. News, 1985, 63, 22‑36.

 

169.     Allcock, H. R.; Desorcie, J. L.; Riding, G. H.

            The Organometallic Chemistry of Phosphazenes

            Polyhedron 1987, 6, 119‑157.

 

171.     Allcock, H. R.

            Inorganic Macromolecules and the Search for New Electroactive and Structural Materials

            Chapter in "Design of New Materials," (Eds. E. Cocke and A. Clearfield), Plenum Press, 1987, 67-77.

 

172.     Allcock, H. R.

            Poly(organophosphazenes).  Synthesis, Unique Properties, and Applications

            Proc. of 5th Int. Symp. on Ring‑Opening Polymerization, Blois, France, 1986.

            Makromol. Chem., Macromol. Symp. 1986, 6, 101‑108.

 

178.     Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes

           Chapter in "Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Engineering (Mark, Bikales, Overberger, Menges, Eds.)

            John Wiley & Sons: New York, 1988, Vol. 13, 2nd. Ed., 31‑41.

 

179.     Allcock, H. R.

            Phosphazene High Polymers

            Chapter in "Comprehensive Polymer Science," (G. C. Eastmond, A. Ledwith, S. Russo, and P. Sigwalt, eds.),

            Pergamon Press: Oxford, Vol. 4, 1989, 525‑532.

 

180.     Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes and their Relationship to Ceramics and Metals

            Chapter in "Ultra Structure Processing of Advanced Materials (Eds. J. D. Mackenzie, D. R. Ulrich)                   

            John Wiley & Sons: New York, 1988, 705‑713.

 

185.     Allcock, H. R.

            The Current Status of Polyphosphazene Chemistry

            Chapter in "Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers," (Zeldin, M.; Wynne, K. J.; Allcock, H. R.; eds.)

            ACS Symp. Ser. 360, 1988, 250‑267.

 

186.     Allcock, H. R.; Brennan, D. J.

            Organosilicon Derivatives of Cyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes

            J. Organomet. Chem., 1988, 341, 231‑239.

 

196.     Allcock, H. R.

            Organometallic and Bioactive Cyclophosphazenes, and the Relationship to Inorganic Macromolecules

            Proc. of Int. Symp. on Inorg. Ring Systems, Amherst, Mass., Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon, 1989, 41, 119‑133.

 

204.     Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes as New Biomedical and Bioactive Materials

            Chapter in Biodegradable Polymers as Drug Delivery Systems, (R. Langer and M. Chasin, eds),

            Marcel Dekker: New York 1990, 163‑193.

 

208.     Allcock, H. R.

            Polymer Chemistry and Inorganic Materials

            The Chemist, January 1990, pp. 10‑16.

 

215.     Dembek, A. A.; Allcock, h. r.; Kim, C.; Steir, W. H.; Devine, R. L.s; Shi, Y.; Spangler, C. W.

            Second Order Nonlinear Optically-Active Polyphosphazenes Materials for Nonlinear Optics (Marder, S.; Sohn, J. E.; Stucky, G. S., eds.)

            ACS Symp. Ser.455, 1991, pp 258-266.

 

232.     Allcock, H. R.

            The Current State‑of‑the‑Art in the Synthesis of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers

            Proc. of NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Cap d'Agde, France, 1990

            Kluwer Academic Publishers, NATO ASI Ser. 206, 1992, 43‑61.

 

233.     High Molecular Weight Poly(alkoxy‑ and aryloxyphosphazenes) (1966)

            Allcock, H. R. and Kugel, R. L.

            A Citation Classic (Institute for Scientific Information)

            Current Contents 1991, 22, 10.

 

247.     Allcock, H. R.

            Materials Synthesis at the Boundary between Polymer Chemistry and Ceramic Science

            Chapter in Chemical Processing of Advanced Materials (L. L> Hench and J. K. West, eds.)

            John Wiley & Sons, 1992, pp. 699‑716.

 

248.     Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes

            Proc. of 1st U.S.‑Japan Conference on Inorganic Polymers, Nagoya, Japan, 1991

            J. Inorg. and Organomet. Polymers 1992, 2, 197‑211.

 

255.     Allcock, H. R.

            Ring‑Opening Polymerization in Phosphazene Chemistry

            Chapter in "Ring‑Opening Polymerization" (D. J. Brunelle, ed.)

            Hanser Publishers, Munich, Germany, 1993, 217‑237.

 

257.     Allcock, H. R.

            Strained Inorganic Heterocyclic Compounds and their Conversion to Macrocycles and High Polymers

            Chapter in "The Chemistry of Inorganic Ring Systems" (R. Steudel, ed.), Elsevier:

            Amsterdam, 1992, pp. 145‑169.

 

263.     Allcock, H. R.

            Tailored Design of New Polyphosphazenes with Special Properties

            Proceedings of Second Pacific Polymer Conference, Otsu, Japan, 1991 (Y. Iminishi,ed.) Springer‑Verlag, 1992, pp. 89‑100.

 

264.     Allcock, H. R.

            Mechanisms and Catalysis in Cyclophosphazene Polymerization

            Proceedings of Symp. on Catalysis: A Key to Advances in Applied Polymer

            Science  (E. J. Vandenberg and J. C. Salamone, eds.), ACS National Meeting, Atlanta, 1991, ACS Symp. Ser.1992496, 236‑247.

 

265.     Allcock, H. R.

            Rational Design and Synthesis of New Polymeric Materials

            Science 1992, 255, 1106‑1112.

 

282.     Welker, M. F.; Allcock, H. R.; Grune, G. L.; Chern, R. T.; Stannett, V. T.

            Radiation‑Induced Modifications of Allylamino‑Substituted Polyphosphazenes

            ACS Sym. Ser. 1994, 537, 293‑303.

 

299.     Allcock, H. R.

            Inorganic‑Organic Polymers and their Role in Materials Science

            Advanced Materials 1994, 6, 106‑115.

 

302.     Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes and their Diversity

            Chapter 28 in Macromolecular Design of Polymeric Materials (K. Hatada. T. Kitayama, O. Vogl, eds.)

           Marcel Dekker: New York, 1996, 477-492.

 

305.     Allcock, H. R.

            Water‑Soluble Polymers and their Hydrogels

            Chapter in Hydrophilic Polymers  (J. E. Glass, ed.)

            ACS Symp. Ser. 1996, 248, 3-29.

 

310.     Allcock, H. R.

            Macromolecular and Materials Design Using Polyphosphazenes

            ACS Symp. Ser. 1994, 572, 208-231.

 

311.     Allcock, H. R.

            Cross‑Linking Reactions for the Conversion of Polyphosphazenes into Useful Materials

           Chemistry of Materials Review 1994, 6, 1476-1491.

 

330.     Allcock, H. R.; Kuharcik, S. E.

            Hybrid Phosphazene-Organosilicon Polymers, Part I.

            J. Inorg. Organomet. Polym. 1995, 5, 307-342.

 

331.     Flory, P. J.; Allcock, H. R.; Eisenberg, H.; Feldmann, R. J.; Yoon, D. Y.

            The Science of Macromolecules

            Chapter in Outlook for Science and Technology

            National Academy of Sciences Report W. H. Freeman & Co.: San Francisco, 1982.

 

338.     Allcock, H. R.; Kuharcik, S. E

            Hybrid Phosphazene-Organosilicon Polymers, Part II.  High Polymer and Materials Synthesis and Properties                                                   

            J. Inorg. Organ. Polym. 1996, 6, 1-41.

 

348.     Allcock, H. R.

            Design and Synthesis of New Biomaterials via Macromolecular Substitution

            Chapter in Bioartificial Organs (A. Prokop, D. Hunkler, A. Cherrington, eds.)

            Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1997, 831, 13-31.

 

350.     Allcock, H. R.; Napierala, M. E.; Olmeijer, D. L.; Cameron, C. G.; Kuharcik, S. E.; Reed, C. S.; O.Connor, S. J. M.

            Proc. Intern. Conf. on Solid Polym. Electrolytes, Uppsala, Sweden  (J. Thomas, ed.)

            Electrochimica Acta 1997, 1-6.

 

390.     Allcock, H. R.; Nelson, J. M.; de Denus, C. R.; Manners, I.

            Design, Synthesis, and Uses of Phosphazene High Polymers 

            Proc. 3rd. Internat. Conf. on Advanced Polymers via Macromolecular Engineering,    Williamsburg, Virginia, 1999

 

437.     Allcock, H. R.

            General Introduction to Phosphazenes

            Chapter 1 in. Polyphosphazenes:  A Worldwide Insight (M. Gleria, R. de Jaeger, eds.)

            NOVA Science Publishers 2004 1-22.

 

438.     Allcock, H. R.

            Ambient Temperature Cationic Condensation of Polyphosphazenes

            Chapter 3 in Polyphosphazenes:  A Worldwide Insight (M. Gleria, R. de Jaeger, eds.)

            NOVA Science Publishers 2004, 49-67.

 

448.     Ambrosio, A. M. A.; Sahota, J. S.; Runge, C.; Kurtz, S. M.; Lakshmi, S.; Allcock, H. R.;  Laurencin, C. T.

            Novel Polyphosphazene-Hydroxyapatite Composite for Bone Tissue Engineering

            Eng. Biol.  Magazine, Special Ed., Tissue Eng. 2003, 22, 18-26.

 

453.     Allcock, H. R.

            The Crucial Role of Inorganic Ring Chemistry in the Development of New Polymers

            Proc. Intern. Conf. on Inorg. Ring Systems, Burlington, Vermont (C. Allen ed.)Phosphorus, Silicon, and Sulfur 2004, 179, 661-671.

 

454.     Allcock, H. R.; Hofmann, M. A.; Ambler, C. M.; Maher, A. E.; Wood, R. M.; Lvov, S.; Zhou, X. Y.; Chalkova,  E.; Fedkin, M. W.; Weston, J.

            A.

            Chapter in special volume of Polymers for Advanced Technology, 2006.

 

467.     Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazenes

            Encyclopedia of Inorganic Chemistry 2nd. ed. Wiley, 2005, 4586-4593.

 

473.     Allcock, H. R.

            Hybrid Metallocene-Phosphazene Polymers, Chapter in special issue of

            Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers 2005, 15 (1), 57-65.

 

494.     Sethuraman, S.; Nair, L. S.; Singh, A.; Bender, J. D.; Greish, Y. E.; Allcock, H. R.; Laurencin, C. T.

            Development of Novel Biodegradable Amino Acid Ester Based Polyphosphazene-Hydroxyapatite Composites for Bone Tissue Engineering   

            Chapter in Applications of Micron and Nanoscale Materials for Biology and Medicine: Proc. of Mater. Res. Soc  (in press).

 

516.     Allcock, H. R.

            A Perspective of Polyphosphazene Research

            J. Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers and Materials 2005 (in press)

 

517.     Allcock, H. R.

            New Approaches to Hybrid Polymers that Contain Phosphazene Rings

            J. Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers and Materials 2006 (in press)

 

523.     Allcock, H. R.

            Recent Developments in Polyphosphazene Materials Science 

            Current opinion in Solid State & Mater. Science 2007, 10, 231-240 

 

548.     Allcock, H. R.; Steely, L. B.; Singh, A.; Hindenlang

            Hydrophobic and Superhydrophobic Polyphosphazenes

            Chapter in Superhydrophobic Surfaces (A. Carre, and K. L. Mittal, eds) VSP Publ., Leiden, The Netherlands, 2009, 127-138.

 

557.     Allcock, H. R.

            Expanding options in Polyphosphazene Biomedical Research

            Chapter 2 in Polyphosphazenes for Biomedical Applications (A. Andrianov, ed.) John Wiley & Sons, 2009, 15-43

 

558.     Allcock, H. R.

            Hybrids of hybrids:  Nanoscale Combinations of Polyphosphazenes with Other Materials

            J. Appl. Organomet. Chem. 2010, 24, 600-607

 

564.     Allcock, H. R.

            General Overview of Polyphosphazenes

            Chapter in Polymer Handbook (J. E. Mark, ed.) Oxford University Press (in press)

 

590.     Allcock, H. R.; Morozowich, N. L.

            Bioerodible Polyphosphazenes and their Medical potential

            Royal Soc. Chem. 2012, 3, 578-590

 

600.     Allcock, H. R.

            Polyphosphazene Elastomers, Gels, and Other Soft Materials (invited review)

            Soft Matter 2012, 8, 7521-7532

 

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I.  BOOKS

 

Sole author:

 

INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS CHEMISTRY

Wiley, 2008 (432 pages)

 

CHEMISTRY AND APPLICATIONS OF POLYPHOSPHAZENES

Wiley Interscience, 2003 (725 pages)

 

PHOSPHORUS‑NITROGEN COMPOUNDS.  CYCLIC, LINEAR AND HIGH

POLYMERIC SYSTEMS

Academic Press, 1972 (498 pages)

 

HETEROATOM RING SYSTEMS AND POLYMERS

Academic Press, 1967 (401 pages)

 

INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS CHEMISTRY John Wiley & Sons, 2008 (432 pages)

 

Co‑authored:

 

CONTEMPORARY POLYMER CHEMISTRY

(With F. W. Lampe and (3rd Ed.) J. E. Mark)

Prentice‑Hall, 1981

Second Edition, 1990 (624 pages)

Third Edition, 2003 (814 pages)

 

INORGANIC AND ORGANOMETALLIC POLYMERS

(with J. E. Mark and R. C. West)

Prentice‑Hall, 1992 (272 pages)

Second Edition, Oxford University Press, 2005 (in press)

 

 

Edited:

 

INORGANIC SYNTHESES

Volume 25, 1989 (300 PAGES)

 

 

Co‑edited:

 

INORGANIC AND ORGANOMETALLIC POLYMERS

(with M. Zeldin and K. J. Wynne)

ACS Symposium Series 360, 1988 (512 Pages)

 

INORGANIC AND ORGANOMETALLIC POLYMERS II

ADVANCED POLYMERS AND INTERMEDIATES

(with P. Wisian-Neilson and K. J. Wynne)

ACS Symposium Series 572, 1994 (544 pages)

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J. PATENTS

(Out of 60)

 

P1.       "Vinylphosphine Oxides”

            H. R. Allcock 

            Fr. Patent 1,367820 (1964) to American Cyanamid Co.) 

 

P2.       Trispiro[1,3,5,4,6-triazatriphosphorine-2-2’:4.2”,6.2”-tris[1,3,2]benzodioxy-phospholes”

            H. R. Allcock

            U.S. Patent 3,294,872 (1966) (to American Cyanamid Co.) 

 

P3.      "Cyclic Phosphonitrilic Compounds”

            H. R. Allcock and R. L. Kugel

            U.S. Patent 3,299,128 (1967) (to American Cyanamid Co.) 

 

P4.       “Allylazaphosphorine Compounds and Polymers”

            H. R. Allcock and W. M. Thomas

            U.S. Patent 3,329,663 (1967) (to American Cyanamid Company)

 

P5.       “Phosphonitrilic Chloride Trimer-Dihydroxy Compound Reaction Products”

            H. R. Allcock

            U.S. Patent 3,356,769 (1967) (to American Cyanamid Company)

 

P6.       “Reactions of Phosphonitrilic Chloride”

            H. R. Allcock and R. L. Kugel

            U.S. Patent 3,364,189 (1968) (to American Cyanamid Company)

 

P7.       “Process for the Production of Phosphonitrilic Polymers and Polymers Produced

            Thereby”

            H. R. Allcock and R. l. Kugel

            U.S. Patent 3,370,020 (1968) (to American Cyanamid Company)

 

P8.       “Crosslinking of Phosphazene Polymers”

            H. R. Allcock

            U.S. Patent 3,732,175 (1973) (to the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company)

 

P9.       "Preparation of Phosphazene Polymers”

            H. R. Allcock 

            U.S. Patent 3,888,800 (1975) (to the Firestone Tire and Rubber Co.)

 

P10    “Poly(amino acid ester phosphazenes)”

            H. R. Allcock, K. M. Smeltz, and D. P. Mack

            U.S. Patent 3,893,980 (1975) (to the Pennsylvania State University)

 

P11.     "Molecular Weight Control in (NPCl2)  Polymerization”

            H. R. Allcock and J., E. Gardner

            U.S. Patent 3,917,802 (1975) (to the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company)

 

P12.   “Use of Water as a Catalyst for the Polymerization of Chlorocyclophosphazenes”

            H. R. Allcock, K. M. Smeltz, and J. E. Gardner 

            U.S. Patent 3,937790 (1976) (to the Firestone Tire and Rubber Co.) 

 

P13   “Complex or Salt of a Platinum(II) Compound and a Nitrogen-Containing Polymer”

            H. R. Allcock, R. W. Allen, and J. P. O’Brien

            U.S. Patent 4,151,185 (1979) (to the Pennsylvania state University)

 

P14.     “Poly(monoalkyl Group Containing Organophosphazenes) and Methods for their Preparation”

            H. R. Allcock and R. J. Ritchie

            U.S. Patent 4,237,263 (1980) (to the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company)

 

P.15     “Steroidal Cyclotriphosphazenes”

            H. R. Allcock, T. J. Fuller, and K. Matsumura

            U.S. Patent 4,239,755 (1980) (to the U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare)

 

P.16     “Colored Polymers Comprising Poly(organophosphazenes) with Chromophores as Substituent Groups”

            H. R. Allcock, K. M. Kosydar, and S. D. Wright

            U.S. Patent 4,242,499 (1980) (to the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company)

 

P17.     “Alkylated Phosphazene Oligomers and Polymers, and Method of Preparation Thereof”

            H. R. Allcock and P. J. Harris

            U.S. Patent 4,258,172 (1981) (to the U.S. Department of the Navy

 

P18.     “Process for the Preparation of Polycarboranylphosphazenes”

            H. R. Allcock, J. P. O’Brien, A. G. Scopelianos, and L. L. Fewell

            U.S. Patent 4,276,403 (1981) (to NASA)

 

P19.     “Complex or Salt of a Platinum(II) Compound and a Nitrogen-Containing Polymer”

            H. R. Allcock, R. W. Allen, and J. P. O’Brien

            U.S. Patent 4,278,660 (1981) (to the Pennsylvania Research Foundation)

 

P20.     “Carboranylcyclotriphosphazenes and Their Polymers”

            H. R. Allcock, J. P. O’Brien, A. G. Scopelianos, and L. L. Fewell

            U.S. Patent 4,288,585 (1981) (to NASA)

 

P21.     “Dialkylated Phosphazene Oligomers and Method of Preparation Thereof”

            H. R. Allcock and P. J. Harris

            U.S. Patent 4,321,217 (1982) (to the U.S. Department of the Navy)

 

P22.     “Phosphorus-Containing Polymers as Carriers for Transition Metals”

            H. R. Allcock, T. J. Fuller, and T. J.  Evans

            U.S. Patent 4,387,208 (1983) (to the U.S. Department of the Navy)

 

P23.     “Polymer-Bound Dyes Prepared by Diazo Coupling Reactions with Poly-

            (organophosphazenes)”

            H. R. Allcock and P. E. Austin

            U.S. Patent 4,412066 (1984) (to the U.S. Departmentof Health & Human Services)

 

P24.     “Coupling of Poly(organophosphazenes) to Carboxylic Acid”

            H. R. Allcock, T. X. Neenan, and W. C. Kossa

            U.S. Patent 4,440,921 (1984) (to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services)

 

P25.     “Heparinized Poly(organophosphazenes)”

            H. R. Allcock and T. X. Neenan

            U.S. Patent 4,451,647 (1984) (to the Pennsylvania Research Foundation)

 

P26.     “Pyridine Phosphonitrilic Halide Trimer Process”

            H. R. Allcock, S. J. Stinnett, J. B. Tedder, and J. R. Adams

            U.S. Patent 4,656,017 (1987) (to Ethyl Corporation)

 

P27.     “Anesthetic Poly(organophosphazenes)”

            H. R. Allcock and T. X. Neenan

            U.S. Patent 4,451,647 (1985) (to the Pennsylvania Research Foundation)

 

P28.     “Anesthetic Poly(organophosphazenes”

            H. R. Allcock and T. X. Neenan

            U.S. Patent 4,636,387 (1987) (to the Pennsylvania Research Foundation)

 

P29.     “Water-Soluble Phosphazene Controlled Release Articles”

            H. R. Allcock and S. Kwon

            U.S. Patent 4,880,622 (1989) (to the Pennsylvania Research Foundation)

 

P30.     “Poly(organophosphazene) Polymers with Stable Hydrogels that Can Be Used to Produce Membranes”

            H. R. Allcock and S. Kwon

            U.S. Patent 5,053,451 (1991) (to the Pennsylvania Research Foundation)

 

P31.     “Polycarbophosphazenes”

            H. R. Allcock, I. Manners, G. Renner, and O. Nuyken

            U.S. Patent 5,093,438 (1992) (to the Pennsylvania Research Foundation)

 

P32.     “Method for Forming Polythiophosphazene Macromolecules”

            H. R. Allcock, J. A. Dodge, I. Manners, G. Renner, and O, Nuyken

            U.S. Patent 5,101,003 (1992) (to the Pennsylvania Research Foundation)

 

P33.     “Ionically-Crosslinked Polymeric Microcapsules”

            S. Cohen, C. Bano, K. B. Visscher, M. Chow, H. R. Allcock, and R. S. Langer

            U.S. Patent 5,149,543 (1992) (to M.I.T. and the Pennsylvania Research Corporation)

 

P34   “Method for Forming Polythiophosphazene Macromoleculs”

            H. R. Allcock, J. A. Dodge, I. Manners, G. Renner, and O. Nuyken

            U.S. Patent 5,101,003 (1992) (to the Pennsylvania Research Corp.)

 

P35      “Ionically-Crosslinked Polymeric Microcapsules”

            S. Cohen, C. Bano, K. B. Visscher, M. Chow, H. R. Allcock, and R. S. Langer 

            U.S. Patent 5,149,543 (1992) (to M.I.T. and he Pennsylvania Research Corporation). 

 

P36.     “Composition Used as Bioreactor for Antibody-Comprised Material Encapsulated in Microcapsule Including Ionically-Crosslinked Polymer Gel”

            WO 9,205,778A (1992) (to M.I.T. and the Pennsylvania Research Corporation)

 

P37.     “Ionically-Cross-Linked Polymeric Microcapsules”

            S. Cohen, C. Bano, K. B. Visscher, M. B. Chow, H. R. Allcock, and R. S. Langer

            U.S. Patent 5,308,701 (1994) (to M.I.T. and the Pennsylvania Research Corporation)

 

P38.     “Crosslinking Battery Elecrolytes by UV-Radiation”

            H. R. Allcock, C. J. Nelson, and W. D. Coggio

            U.S. Patent 5,414,025 (1995) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P39.     “Polyphosphazene Blends”

            H. R. Allcock and K. B. Visscher

            U.S. Paent 5,457,160 (1995) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P40.     “Photocrosslinkable Polyphosphazenes and their Use as Microencapsulation Materials”

            H. R. Allcock, C. G. Cameron, and D. E. Smith

            U.S. Patent 5,464,932 (1995) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P41.     “Gas-Filled Polymeric Microbubbles for Ultrasound Imaging”

            S. Cohen, A. Andrianov, M. Wheatley, H. R. Allcock, and R. S. Langer

            U.S. Patent 5,487,390 (1996) (to MIT and the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P42.     “Ionically-Crosslinked Polymeric Microcapsules”

            S. Cohen, C. Bano, K. B. Visscher, M. Chow, H. R. Allcock, and R. S. Langer

            U.S. Patent 5,494,682 (1996) (to MIT and the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P43.     “Sulfonation of Polyphosphazenes”

            H. R. Allcock, E. H. Klingenberg, and M. F. Welker

            U.S. Patent 5,548,060 (1996) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P44.     “Polymeric Microcapsules Containing Agents for Imaging”

            S. Cohen, A. K. Andrianov, M. Wheatley, H. R. Allcock, and R. S. Langer

            U.S. Patent 5,562,099 (1966) (to MIT and the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P45.     “Polyphosphazene Polyelectrolytes as Immunoadjuvants”

            H. R. Allcock, A. K. Andrianov, R. S. Langer, and K. B. Visscher

            U.S. Patent 5,562909 (1966) (to MIT, Virus Research Institute, and the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P46.     “Polyphosphazenes Bearing Crown Ether and Related Podand Side Groups as Solid Solvents or Ionic Conduction”

            H. R. Allcock, S. J. M. O’Connor, M. E. Napierala, C. G. Cameron, and D. J. Olmeijer

            U.S. Patent 5,567,783 (1996) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P47.     “Synthesis of Polyphosphazenes with Controlled Molecular Weight and Polydispersity”

            H. R. Allcock, C. T. Morrissey, I. Manners, and C. H. Honeyman

            U.S. Patent 5,698,664 (1997) (to the Penn State Research Foundation and the University of Toronto)

 

P48.     “Polyphosphazenes with Unsaturated Side Groups Useful as Research

            Intermediates, Crosslinkable polymers, and as Components of Interpenetrating Polymer Networks”

            U.S. Patent 5,747,604 (1998) (to the Penn State research Foundation)

 

P49.     “Poly(organophosphazene) Hydrogels”

            H. R. Allcock and A. M. A. Ambrosio

            U.S. Patent 5,898,062 (1999) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P50.     “Synthesis of Polyphosphazenes with Controlled Molecular Weight and Polydispersity”

            H. R. Allcock, C. T. Morrissey, I. Manners, C. H. Honeyman, J. M. Nelson, C. A. Crane, S. D. Reeves, A. P. Primrose, T. J. Hartle, and R. Prange

            U.S. Patent 5,914,388 (1999) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P51.     “Blends of Polyurethane and Polyphosphazene and their Use as Flame-Retardant Foamed Compositions”

            H. R. Allcock, J. P. Taylor, M. M. Coleman, and K. S. Guigley

            U.S. Patent 5,965,627 (1999) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P52.     “Biodegradable Mixtures of Polyphosphazene and Other Polymers”

            C. Laurencin, H. R. Allcock, S. Ibim, A. M. A. Ambrosio, and M. Kwon

            U.S. Patent 6,077,916 (2000) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P53.     “Phosphorylation of Phosphazenes”

            H. R. Allcock and J. P. Taylor

            U.S. Patent 6,093,758 (2000) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P54.     “Poly(organophosphazene) Matrices for Bone Replacement”

            C. T. Laurencin, S. El-Amin, A. M. A. Ambrosio, S. R. pucher, and H. R. Allcock

            U.S. Patent 6,235,061 (to Penn State and The University of Virginia)

 

P55.     “Phosphinimine Modification of Organic Polymers and Silicones”

            H. R. Allcock, T. J. Hartle, M. B. McIntosh, N. J. Sunderland, R. Prange, and J. P. Taylor

            U.S. Patent 6,339,166 (2002) (to the Penn State Research Foundation

 

P56.     “Polyphosphazene Polymers”

            H. R. Allcock, R. Prange, C. de Denus, J. Nelson, W. Laredo, and S. Reeves

            U.S. Patent 6,392,008 (2002) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P57.     “pH-Dependent Membrane Diffusion”

            H. R. Allcock, J. D. Bender, R. Hammerstedt, S. Schwartz, and W. Laredo

            U. S. Patent 6,558,546 B2 (2003) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P58.     “Polyphosphazenes as Gel Polymer Electrolytes”

            H. R. Allcock, E. C. Kellam, and R. V. Morford

            U.S. Patent 6,605,237 (2003) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P59.     “Proton Conducting Polymer Membranes”

             H. R. Allcock, M. A. Hofmann, S. N. Lvov, X. Y. Zhou, and D. Macdonald

            U.S. Patent 6,759,157 (2004) (to the Penn State Research Foundation)

 

P60      "Polymeric Nanofibers for Tissue Engineering and Drug Delivery”

            C. T. Laurencin, L. S. Nair, S. Bhattacharya, H. R. Allcock, J. D. Bender, P. W. Brown, and Y. E. Greish

            U.S. Patent 7,235,295 (2007).

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