Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TexasWelcome to Greg McKenna's 'Polymers and Condensed Matter Physics Group'

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Current Research

1. Rheological Property Determination at Surfaces and at the Nanoscale by Nano and Microsphere Embedding

Peer Reviewed:

1. A.Mandanici, R.Richert, M.Cutroni, X.Shi, S.A.Hutcheson, and G.B.McKenna, "Relaxational features of supercooled and glassy m-toluidine", Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 352, 4729-4734 (2006).

2. A.Mandanici, X.Shi, S.A.Hutcheson, G.B.McKenna, M.Cutroni, and S.Giamb, "Mechanical response of a simple molecular glass former in the glass transition region", Materials Science and Engineering, A, 432, 299-302 (2006).

3 .S.A.Hutcheson, G.B.McKenna, "Nanosphere embedding into polymer surfaces: A viscoelastic contact mechanics analysis", Physical Review Letters, 94, 076103-1-076103-4 (2005).

Conference Proceedings

1.“Performance Comparison of a Custom Strain Gage Based Load Cell with a Rheometric Series Force Rebalance Transducer,” S. A. Hutcheson, X. Shi and G. B. McKenna, ANTEC 2004, Proc. 62nd. Annual Technical Conference, Society of Plastics Engineers, Vol. L, pp. 2272-2276 (2004).

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