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2007Novel polymer hydrogels constructed by cyclodextrin inclusion association: The binding structure as observed by 1H-NOESY-NMRGuo, X.; Wang, J.; Li, L.; Pacheco, C.; Fu, L.; Prud'homme, R.; Lincoln, S.
2007Macromolecular assembly controlled by inclusion associations of α-,β- or γ-cyclodextrinGuo, X.; Li, L.; Fu, L.; Prud'homme, R.; Lincoln, S.
2008Polymer networks assembled by host−guest inclusion between adamantyl and β-cyclodextrin substituents on poly(acrylic acid) in aqueous solutionLi, L.; Guo, X.; Wang, J.; Liu, P.; Prud'homme, R.; May, B.; Lincoln, S.
2005Novel associative polymer networks based on cyclodextrin inclusion compoundsGuo, X.; Abdala, A.; May, B.; Lincoln, S.; Khan, S.; Prud'homme, R.
2006Rheology control by modulating hydrophobic and inclusion associations in modified poly(acrylic acid) solutionsGuo, X.; Abdala, A.; May, B.; Lincoln, S.; Khan, S.; Prud'homme, R.
2008Complexation Behavior of α-, β-, and γ-Cyclodextrin in Modulating and Constructing Polymer NetworksLi, L.; Guo, X.; Fu, L.; Prud'homme, R.; Lincoln, S.
2010Tailoring polymeric hydrogels through cyclodextrin host-guest complexationGuo, X.; Wang, J.; Li, L.; Pham, D.; Clements, P.; Lincoln, S.; May, B.; Chen, Q.; Zheng, L.; Prud'homme, R.
2013Host–guest chemistry of linked β-cyclodextrin trimers and adamantyl substituted poly(acrylate)s in aqueous solutionNguyen, T.; Pham, D.; Lincoln, S.; Wang, J.; Guo, X.; Easton, C.; Prud'homme, R.
2010Steric effects and competitive intra- and intermolecular host-guest complexation between beta-cyclodextrin and adamantyl substituted poly(acrylate)s in water: a 1H NMR, rheological and preparative studyGuo, X.; Wang, J.; Li, L.; Pham, D.; Clements, P.; Lincoln, S.; May, B.; Chen, Q.; Zheng, L.; Prud'homme, R.
2010Tunable polymeric hydrogels assembled by competitive complexation between cyclodextrin dimers and adamantyl substituted poly(acrylate)sGuo, X.; Wang, J.; Li, L.; Chen, Q.; Zheng, L.; Pham, D.; Lincoln, S.; May, B.; Prud'homme, R.; Easton, C.