Richard Laine

  1. Y. Yao, Y.Zhan, X. Sun, Zhao Li,  H.Xu, R. M. Laine, and J. Zou, “Advances in Cathode for High Performance Magnesium-Sulfur Batteries: A critical review,” Batteries 2023 9(4), 203;

  2. M. Yu, E. Temeche, S. Indris, R. M. Laine, “Sustainable SiC Composite Anodes, Graphite

    Accelerated Lithium Storage,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 2023170, 070504, DOI 10.1149/1945-7111/ace132

  3. R. Ciriminna, R. M. Laine, M. Pagliaro, “Biobased silicon and biobased silica: two production routes whose time has come,” Chem. SusChem. 2023,

  4. T.G. Brandt, E. Temeche, S. Indris, K. Sun, A. R. Tuokkola, and R. M. Laine, “Liquid-feed flame spray pyrolysis enabled synthesis of high-voltage, Co-free cathode nanoparticles (NPs) containing excess Li with stoichiometries of Li1+xMn1.5Ni0.5O4”

  5. T. G. Brandt, A. R. Tuokkola, Mengjie Yu, and R. M. Laine, “Liquid-feed flame spray pyrolysis enabled synthesis of Co- and Cr-free, high-entropy spinel oxides as Li-ion anodes,” Chem. Eng. Journal Brandt,

  6. J. J. R.Arias, Z. Zhang, Y. Liu, M.Takahashi, R. Murata, M. Unno, N.Yodsin, P. Pimbaotham, S. Jungsuttiwong, M. Paramasivam, J. Azoulay, M. Rammo, A. Rebane, R. M. Laine, “Conjugation through Si-O-Si bonds, extended examples via SiO0.5/SiO1.5 units. Multiple emissive states in violation of Kasha’s Rule. Possible dπ-pπ conjugation,” submitted.

  7. Z. Zhang, H. Kaehr, R. M. Laine, Polysiloxane copolymers demonstrate conjugation through Si-O-Si bonds,” to be submitted.

  8.  H. Xu, F. Sun, W. Zhu, H. Qi, W. Ding, R. M. Laine, J. Zou, “Rational design of high concentration electrolytes and MXene-based sulfur host materials toward high-performance magnesium sulfur batteries,” Chem. Engin. J.  2022, 428, 131031,

  9. Y. Abe and Richard M. Laine, LaTiO2N nanopowders (NPs) with low surface defect density via nitridation of flame made NPs retaining a simple perovskite structure, Dalton Transactions 2022, 51, 1571-1579

  10.  X. Zhang,M. Yu, S. Indris, R. M. Laine, “Reactions of Metal Chlorides with Hexamethyldisilazane. Novel Precursors to Metal Nitrides,” J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 2022, 105, 2474-2488. https://doi:org/10.1111/jace.18271

  11.  H. Xu, X. Zhang, T. Xie, Z. Li, N. Zhang, H. Chen, C. Lu, Y. Zhu, J. Zou, R. M. Laine, “Li+ Assisted Fast and Stable Mg2+ Reversible Storage in Cobalt Sulfide Cathodes for High Performance Magnesium/Lithium Hybrid-ion Batteries,” Advanced Energy Materials in press.

  12. Chen, Haoyuan and Xu, Hao and Li, Bofei and Li, Zhao and Zhang, Kemin and Zou, Jianxin and Hu, Zhigang and Laine, Richard M., Using Amorphous CoSx Hollow Nanocages as Cathodes for High-Performance Magnesium-Lithium Dual-Ion Batteries,” Applied Surface Science, 2022, 598, 153768

  13. M. Yu, E. Temeche, S. Indris, W. Lai, R. M. Laine, “Silicon carbide (SiC) derived from agricultural waste potentially competitive with silicon anode,” Green Chemistry, 202224, 4061– 4070.

  14. B. Li, Zhao Li, H. Chen, X. Zhang, S. Wu, H. Xu, Y. Yao, Y. Li, X. Li, Z. Hu, R.M. Laine, J. Zou, K. Zhang, “Li+ additive accelerated structural transformation of MoS2 cathodes for performance-enhancing rechargeable Mg2+ batteries,” Materials Today Energy 2022, 27, 101047

  15.  Guan, J.; Zhang, Z.; Laine, R. M. “Synthesis and Characterization of Rigid-Rod Polymers with Silsesquioxanes in the Main Chain,” Macromolecules,  2022, 55, 5403−5411,

  16. Mengjie Yu, Taylor Brandt, Eleni Temeche, and Richard M. Laine, “Stabilizing high voltage cathodes via ball mill coating with flame-made nanopowder electrolytes,” Appl. Mater. and Interfaces,

  17. Zhang, Z.; Guan, J.; Ansari, R.; Kieffer, J.; Yodsin, N.; Jungsuttiwong, S.; Laine, R. M.; “Further proof of unconventional conjugation via disiloxane bonds. Double decker silsesquioxane [vinylMeSi(O0.5)2(PhSiO1.5)8(O0.5)2SiMevinyl] derived alternating terpolymers give excited-state conjugation averaging that of the corresponding co-polymers,” Macromolecules  2022, 55, 18, 8106–8116

  18. Dylan A. Edelman, Taylor G. Brandt, Eleni Temeche, Richard M. Laine, "Sodium-based solid electrolytes and interfacial stability. Towards solid-state sodium batteries,” Mater. Today, Comm. 2022, 32, 104009.

  19. H. Xu, D. Zhu, Y. Li, Z. Li, F.Sun, W. Zhu, S. Zhang, J. Zou, R. M. Laine, “Synchrotron Radiation Spectroscopic Studies of Mg2+ Storage Mechanisms in High-performance Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries with Co-doped FeS2 Cathodes,” Advanced Energy Materials 2022, 202201608

  20.  R. M. Laine, “Unconventional Conjugation in Macromonomers and Polymers,“ Invited review Chem. Commun., 2022, 58, 10596-10618

  21. Guan, J, Sun, Z, Ansari, R, Liu, Y, Endo, A, Unno, M, Ouali, A, Mahbub, S, Furgal, JC, Yodsin, N, Jungsuttiwong, S, Hashemi, D, Kieffer, J, and Laine, R (2021). Conjugated Copolymers That Shouldn't Be,  Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 60.

  22. Laine, R, Yi, E, Temeche, E, and Liang, B (2021). Thin film ceramics that offer electric and electrochemical properties using nanopowders of controlled compositions,  US Patent Application.

  23. Temeche, E, Buch, E, Zhang, X, Brandt, T, Hintennach, A, and Laine, R (2021). Improved Electrochemical Properties of Li4Ti5O12 Nanopowders (NPs) via Addition of LiAlO2 and Li6SiON Polymer Electrolytes, Derived from Agricultural Waste,  ACS Applied Energy Materials, 4(2):1894-1905.

  24. Temeche, E, Zhang, X, and Laine, R (2021). Electrochemical Performance of LixSiON Polymer Electrolytes Derived from an Agriculture Waste Product, Rice Hull Ash,  ACS Applied Polymer Materials, 3:2144-2152.

  25. Xu, H, Zhu, W, Sun, F, Qi, H, Zou, J, Laine, R, and Ding, W (2021). Turning Trash into Treasure: MXene with Intrinsic LiF Solid Electrolyte Interfaces Performs Better and Better during Battery Cycling,  Advanced Materials Technologies, 6(3): 2000882.

  26. Zhang, X, Cheng, X, Jansohn, M, Niedermaier, M, Lenk, T, Britting, S, Schmidt, K, and Laine, R (2021). t‐ZrO2 toughened Al2O3 free‐standing films and as oxidation mitigating thin films on silicon nitride via colloidal processing of flame made nanopowders (NPs),  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 104(3):1281-1296.

  27. Abe, Y and Laine, R (2020). Photocatalytic plate‐like La2Ti2O7 nanoparticles synthesized via liquid‐feed flame spray pyrolysis (LF‐FSP) of metallo‐organic precursors,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 103(9):4832-4839.

  28. Abe, Y and Laine, R (2020). Photocatalytic La4Ti3O12 nanoparticles fabricated by liquid-feed flame spray pyrolysis,  Ceramics International, 11:18656-18660.

  29. Guan, J, Arias, JJR, Tomobe, K, Ansari, R, Marques, MdF, Rebane, A, Mahbub, S, Furgal, JC, Yodsin, N, Jungsuttiwong, S, Hashemi, D, Kieffer, J, and Laine, R (2020). Unconventional Conjugation via vinylMeSi(O−)2 Siloxane Bridges May Imbue Semiconducting Properties in [vinyl(Me)SiO(PhSiO1.5)8OSi(Me)vinyl-Ar] Double-Decker Copolymers,  ACS Applied Polymer Materials, 2(9):3894-3907.

  30. Hirschon, AS and Laine, R (2020). Interactions of Quinoline and Tetrahydroquinoline with Catalysts Modeling Heterogeneous Catalysts with Homogeneous Catalysts,  Catalysis of Organic Reactions:73.

  31. Liu, S, Zhou, C, Wang, Y, Yi, E, Wang, W, Kieffer, J, and Laine, R (2020). Processing combustion synthesized Mg0. 5Zr2 (PO4) 3 nanopowders to thin films as potential solid electrolytes,  Electrochemistry Communications, 116:106753.

  32. Saito, K, Yi, E, Laine, R, and Sugahara, Y (2020). Preparation of Nb-doped TiO2 nanopowder by liquid-feed spray pyrolysis followed by ammonia annealing for tunable visible-light absorption and inhibition of photocatalytic activity,  Ceramics International.   (link)

  33. Temeche, E, Indris, S, and Laine, R (2020). LiAlO2/LiAl5O8 Membranes Derived from Flame-Synthesized Nanopowders as a Potential Electrolyte and Coating Material for All-Solid-State Batteries,  ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 12(41):46119–46131.

  34. Temeche, E, Yu, M, and Laine, R (2020). Silica depleted rice hull ash (SDRHA), an agricultural waste, as a high-performance hybrid lithium-ion capacitor,  Green Chemistry, 22:4656-4668.

  35. Temeche, E, Zhang, X, and Laine, R (2020). Solid electrolytes for Li-S batteries. Solid solutions of polyethylene oxide with LixPON and LixSiPON based polymers,  ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 12(27):30353-30364.

  36. Temeche, E, Zhang, X, and Laine, R (2020). Polymer Precursor Derived LixPON Electrolytes: Toward Li–S Batteries,  ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.   (link)

  37. Zhang, X, Cheng, X, Jansohn, M, Niedermaier, M, Lenk, T, Britting, S, Schmidt, K, and Laine, R (2020). t‐ZrO2 toughened Al2O3 free‐standing films and as oxidation mitigating thin films on silicon nitride via colloidal processing of flame made nanopowders (NPs),  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 104(3):1281-1296.

  38. Zhang, X, Temeche, E, and Laine, R (2020). Li x SiON (x= 2, 4, 6): A novel solid electrolyte system derived from agricultural waste,  Green Chemistry, 22:7491-7505.

  39. Zhang, X, Temeche, E, and Laine, R (2020). Design, Synthesis, and Characterization of Polymer Precursors to LixPON and LixSiPON Glasses: Materials That Enable All-Solid-State Batteries (ASBs),  Macromolecules, 53(7):2702-12.   (link)

  40. Zhang, X, Yu, M, and Laine, R (2020). An Approach to Epoxy Resins: Oxysilylation of EpoxidesMacromolecules.   (link)

  41. Abe, Y, Yi, E, and Laine, R (2019). Processing thin, dense, transparent Ce:Y3Al5O12 films from flame made nanopowders for white light applications,  Journal of the European Ceramic Society.   (link)

  42. Guan, J, Tomobe, K, Madu, I, Goodson, T, Makhal, K, Trinh, M, Rand, S, Yodsin, N, Jungsuttiwong, S, and Laine, R (2019). Photophysical Properties of Partially Functionalized Phenylsilsesquioxane: [RSiO1.5]7[Me/nPrSiO1.5] and [RSiO1.5]7[O0.5SiMe3]3 (R = 4-Me/4-CN-Stilbene). Cage-Centered Magnetic Fields Form under Intense Laser Light,  Macromolecules, 52:4008-4019.   (link)

  43. Guan, J, Tomobe, K, Madu, I, Goodson, T, Makhal, K, Trinh, T, Rand, S, Yodsin, N, Jungsuttiwong, S, and Richard, R (2019). Photophysical Properties of Functionalized Double Decker Phenylsilsesquioxane Macromonomers: [PhSiO1.5]8[OSiMe2]2 and [PhSiO1.5]8[O0.5SiMe3]4. Cage-Centered Lowest Unoccupied Molecular Orbitals Form Even When Two Cage Edge Bridges Are Removed,  Macromolecules.   (link)

  44. Krug, D, Asuncion, M, and Laine, R (2019). Facile Approach to Recycling Highly Cross-Linked Thermoset Silicone Resins under Am-bient Conditions,  ACS Omega.   (link)

  45. Liu, S, Zhou, C, Wang, Y, Wang, W, Pei, Y, and Laine, R (2019). Ce-Substituted Nanograin Na3Zr2Si2PO12 Prepared by LF-FSP as Sodium-Ion Conductors,  ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.   (link)

  46. Pan, M, Zhou, J, Laine, R, Khan, D, Guo, R, Zengab, X, and Dingab, W (2019). Using CoS cathode materials with 3D hierarchical porosity and an ionic liquid (IL) as an electrolyte additive for high capacity rechargeable magnesium batteries,  Journal of Materials Chemistry A.   (link)

  47. Takeuchi, M, Niedermaier, M, Jansohn, M, Umehara, N, and Laine, R (2019). Processing thin (,  Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan.   (link)

  48. Temeche, E, Yi, E, Keshishian, V, Kieffer, J, and Laine, R (2019). Liquid-feed flame spray pyrolysis derived nanopowders (NPs) as a route to electrically conducting calcium aluminate (12CaO.7Al2O3) films, Journal of the European Ceramic Society.   (link)

  49. Wang, F, Sun, K, Yi, E, and Laine, R (2019). Chemical modification in and on single phase [NiO]0.5[Al2O3]0.5 nanopowders produces “chocolate chip‐like” Nix@[NiO]0.5‐x[Al2O3]0.5 nanocomposite nanopowders, Journal of the American Ceramic Society.   (link)

  50. Yan, Y, Laine, RM, and Liu, H (2019). In Situ Methylation Transforms Aggregation‐Caused Quenching into Aggregation‐Induced Emission: Functional Porous Silsesquioxane‐Based Composites with Enhanced Near‐Infrared Emission,  ChemPlusChem, 84:1630-1637.   (link)

  51. Yi, E, Temeche, E, and Laine, R (2019). Superionically conducting β′′-Al2O3 thin films processed using flame synthesized nanopowders,  Journal of Materials Chemistry A.   (link)

  52. Liang, B, Keshishian, V, Liu, S, Yi, E, Jia, D, Zhou, Y, Kieffer, J, Ye, B, and Laine, R (2018). Processing liquid-feed flame spray pyrolysis synthesized Mg0.5Ce0.2Zr1.8(PO4)3 nanopowders to free standing thin films and pellets as potential electrolytes in all-solid-state Mg batteries,  Electrochimica Acta, 272:144-153.   (link)

  53. Liang, B, Yi, E, Sato, T, Noda, S, Jia, D, Zhou, Y, and Laine, R (2018). Resettable Heterogeneous Catalyst: (Re)Generation and (Re)Adsorption of Ni Nanoparticles for Repeated Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes on Ni–Al–O Thin Films,  ACS Appl. Nano Mater..   (link)

  54. You, F, Sun, K, Yi, E, Nakatani, E, Umehara, N, and Laine, R (2018). Chemical modification at and within nanopowders: Synthesis of core‐shell Al2O3@TiON nanopowders via nitriding nano‐(TiO2)0.43(Al2O3)0.57 powders in NH3,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 101:1441-1452.   (link)

  55. Bahrami, M, Zhang, X, Ehsani, M, Jahani, Y, and Laine, R (2017). [PhSiO1.5]8,10,12 as nanoreactors for non-enzymatic introduction of ortho, meta or para-hydroxyl groups to aromatic molecules,  Dalton Transactions, 46:8797 – 8808.   (link)

  56. Furgal, J, Yamane, H, Odykirk, T, Yi, E, Chujo, Y, and Laine, R (2017). High Surface Area, Thermally Stable, Hydrophobic, Microporous, Rigid Gels Generated at Ambient from MeSi(OEt)3/(EtO)3SiCH2CH2Si(OEt)3 Mixtures by F−‐Catalyzed Hydrolysis,  J. Europ. Chem. Soc..   (link)

  57. Krug, D and Laine, R (2017). Durable and Hydrophobic Organic–Inorganic Hybrid Coatings via Fluoride Rearrangement of Phenyl T12 Silsesquioxane and Siloxanes,  ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 9:8378-8383.   (link)

  58. Seo, C, Yi, E, Chen, X, Laine, R, Fisher, G, and Schwank, J (2017). Facile, one-pot synthesis of Pd@CeO2 core@shell nanoparticles in aqueous environment by controlled hydrolysis of metalloorganic cerium precursor,  Materials Letters, 206:105-108.   (link)

  59. Shirae, H, Hasegawa, K, Sugime, H, Yi, E, Laine, R, and Noda, S (2017). Catalyst nucleation and carbon nanotube growth from flame-synthesized Co-Al-O nanopowders at ten-second time scale,  Carbon, 114:31-38.   (link)

  60. Taylor, N, Stangeland-Molo, S, and Laine, R (2017). Processing YAG/α‐Al2O3 composites via reactive sintering Y2O3/Al2O3 NP mixtures. A superior alternative to bottom up processing using atomically mixed YAlOx NPs,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 100:4500-4510.   (link)

  61. Taylor, N, Stangeland-Molo, S, and Laine, R (2017). Bottom‐up vs reactive sintering of Al2O3–YAG–YSZ composites via one or three‐phase nanoparticles (NPs). Bottom‐up processing wins this time,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society.   (link)

  62. Wang, W, Yi, E, Fici, A, Laine, R, and Kieffer, J (2017). Lithium Ion Conducting Poly(ethylene oxide)-Based Solid Electrolytes Containing Active or Passive Ceramic Nanoparticles,  J. Phys. Chem. C.   (link)

  63. Yi, E, Wang, W, Kieffer, J, and Laine, R (2017). Key parameters governing the densification of cubic-Li7La3Zr2O12 Li+ conductors,  Journal of Power Sources, 352:156-164.   (link)

  64. Furgal, JC and Laine, RM (2016). Nucleophilic Attack of R-lithium at Tetrahedral Silicon in Alkoxysilanes. An Alternate Mechanism,  Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan(0).   (link)

  65. Furgal, JC, Goodson III, T, and Laine, RM (2016). D 5h [PhSiO 1.5] 10 synthesis via F− catalyzed rearrangement of [PhSiO 1.5] n. An experimental/computational analysis of likely reaction pathways, Dalton Transaction, 45(3):1025-1039.   (link)

  66. Granados, NB, Yi, E, Laine, RM, and Baena, OJR (2016). Synthesis of Zn1− x Co x Al2O4 Spinel Nanoparticles by Liquid-Feed Flame Spray Pyrolysis: Ceramic Pigments Application,  JOM, 68(1):304-310.   (link)

  67. Laine, RM, Furgal, JC, Doan, P, Pan, D, Popova, V, and Zhang, X (2016). Avoiding Carbothermal Reduction: Distillation of Alkoxysilanes from Biogenic, Green, and Sustainable Sources,  Angewandte Chemie, 128(3):1077-1081.   (link)

  68. Yi, E, Hyde, CE, Sun, K, and Laine, RM (2016). Escaping the Tyranny of Carbothermal Reduction: Fumed Silica from Sustainable, Green Sources without First Having to Make SiCl4,  Chemistry-A European Journal, 22(7):2257-2260.   (link)

  69. Yi, E, Wang, W, Kieffer, J, and Laine, RM (2016). Flame made nanoparticles permit processing of dense, flexible, Li+ conducting ceramic electrolyte thin films of cubic-Li 7 La 3 Zr 2 O 12 (c-LLZO),  Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 4(33):12947-12954.   (link)

  70. Asuncion, MZ, Krug, DJ, Abu-Seir, HW, and Laine, RM (2015). Facile thiol-ene reactions of vinyl T 10/T 12 silsesquioxanes for controlled refractive indices for transparent fiber glass reinforced composites, Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan, 123(1441):725-731.   (link)

  71. Bahrami, M, Furgal, JC, Hashemi, H, Ehsani, M, Jahani, Y, Goodson III, T, Kieffer, J, and Laine, RM (2015). Synthesis and Characterization of Nanobuilding Blocks [o-RStyrPhSiO1. 5] 10, 12 (R= Me, MeO, NBoc, and CN). Unexpected Photophysical Properties Arising from Apparent Asymmetric Cage Functionalization as Supported by Modeling Studies,  The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 119(28):15846-15858.   (link)

  72. Granados, NB, Yi, E, Laine, RM, and Baena, OJR (2015). CoAl2O4 blue nanopigments prepared by liquid-feed flame spray pyrolysis method,  Materia (Rio de Janeiro), 20(3):580-587.   (link)

  73. Marchal, JC, Krug III, DJ, McDonnell, P, Sun, K, and Laine, RM (2015). A low cost, low energy route to solar grade silicon from rice hull ash (RHA), a sustainable source,  Green Chemistry, 17(7):3931-3940.   (link)

  74. Pan, D, Yi, E, Doan, PH, Furgal, JC, Schwartz, M, Clark, S, Goodson, T, and Laine, RM (2015). Microporous inorganic/organic hybrids via oxysilylation of a cubic symmetry nanobuilding block [(HMe 2 SiOSiO 1.5) 8] with R x Si (OEt) 4− x,  Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan, 123(1441):756-763.   (link)

  75. Bahrami, M, Hashemi, H, Ma, X, Kieffer, J, and Laine, RM (2014). Why do the [PhSiO 1.5] 8, 10, 12 cages self-brominate primarily in the ortho position? Modeling reveals a strong cage influence on the mechanism, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 16(47):25760-25764.   (link)

  76. Moghadam, MK, Morshedian, J, Ehsani, M, Laine, RM, Kuang, LY, and Umehara, N (2014). Effects of Ph12SQ on the Thermal Stability and Mechanical Properties of High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) Silicone Rubber , Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, IEEE Transactions on, 21(1):244-252.   (link)

  77. Taylor, NJ and Laine, RM (2014). Extrusion of YAG Tubes Shows that Bottom-up Processing is Not Always Optimal,  Advanced Functional Materials, 24(8):1125-1132.   (link)

  78. Taylor, NJ, Pottebaum, AJ, Uz, V, and Laine, RM (2014). Phase Evolution in the Transformation of Atomically Mixed Versus Ball‐Milled Mixtures of Nanopowders in the Formation of Composite MO· 3Al2O3 Spinels: Bottom‐Up Processing is Not Always Optimal,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 97(11):3442-3451.   (link)

  79. Taylor, NJ, Pottebaum, AJ, Uz, V, and Laine, RM (2014). The Bottom Up Approach is Not Always the Best Processing Method: Dense α-Al2O3/NiAl2O4 Composites,  Advanced Functional Materials, 24(22):3392-3398.  (link)

  80. Yi, E, Furgal, JC, and Azurdia, J (2014). Roll your own – nano-nanocomposite capacitors,  Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2:3766-3775.   (link)

  81. Yi, E, Wang, W, Mohanty, S, Kieffer, J, Tamaki, R, and Laine, RM (2014). Materials that can replace liquid electrolytes in Li batteries: Superionic conductivities in Li1.7Al0.3Ti1.7Si0.4P2.6O12. Processing combustion synthesized nanopowders to free standing thin films,  Journal of Power Sources, 269:577-588.   (link)

  82. Djafer, L, Ayral, A, Boury, B, and Laine, RM (2013). Surface modification of titania powder P25 with phosphate and phosphonic acids – Effect on thermal stability and photocatalytic activity,  Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 393:335-339.   (link)

  83. Furgal, JC, Jung, JH, Clark, S, Goodson, III, T, and Laine, RM (2013). Beads on a Chain (BoC) Phenylsilsesquioxane (SQ) Polymers via F– Catalyzed Rearrangements and ADMET or Reverse Heck Cross-coupling Reactions: Through Chain, Extended Conjugation in 3-D with Potential for Dendronization,  Macromolecules, 46(19):7591-7604.   (link)

  84. Furgal, JC, Jung, JH, Goodson, III, T, and Laine, RM (2013). Analyzing Structure–Photophysical Property Relationships for Isolated T8, T10, and T12 Stilbenevinylsilsesquioxanes,  Journal of the American Chemical Society, 135(33):12259-12269.   (link)

  85. Jung, JH, Chou, K, Furgal, JC, and Laine, RM (2013). Synthesis of acetoxyphenyl- and hydroxyphenyl-terminated polyfunctional T8, T10, T12 silsesquioxanes and initial studies on their use in the formation of highly crosslinked polyesters,  Applied Organometallic Chemistry, 27(11):666-672.   (link)

  86. Jung, JH, Furgal, JC, Clark, S, Schwartz, M, Chou, K, and Laine, RM (2013). Beads on a Chain (BoC) Polymers with Model Dendronized Beads. Copolymerization of [(4-NH2C6H4SiO1.5)6(IPhSiO1.5)2] and [(4-CH3OC6H4SiO1.5)6(IPhSiO1.5)2] with 1,4-Diethynylbenzene (DEB) Gives Through-Chain, , Macromolecules, 46(19):7580 - 7590.   (link)

  87. Krug, D, Asuncion, M, Popova, V, and Laine, R (2013). Transparent fiber glass reinforced composites, Composites Science and Technology, 77:95-100.   (link)

  88. Laine, RM (2013). Preface for Hybrid Materials,  Applied Organometallic Chemistry, 27(11):619-619.   (link)

  89. Ro, HW, Popova, V, Krug, DJ, Forster, AM, Laine, RM, and Soles, CL (2013). Cubic silsesquioxanes as tunable high-performance coating materials,  Applied Organometallic Chemistry, 27(11):652-659.   (link)

  90. Samthong, C, Laine, R, and Somwangthanaroj, A (2013). Synthesis and characterization of organic/inorganic epoxy nanocomposites from poly(aminopropyl/phenyl)silsesquioxanes,  Applied Polymer, 128:3601-3608.   (link)

  91. Jung, JH, Furgal, J, Goodson III, TG, Mizumo, T, Schwartz, M, Chou, K, Vonet, J, and Laine, RM (2012). 3-D molecular mixtures of catalytically functionalized [vinylSiO1.5]10/[vinylSiO1.5]12. Photophysical characterization of second generation derivatives,  Chem. Mater, 24:1883-1895.   (link)

  92. Phillips, H, Zheng, S, Hyla, A, Laine, RM, Goodson III, T, Geva, E, and Dunietz, BD (2012). Ab-initio calculation of the electronic absorption of functionalized octahedral silsesquioxanes via time-dependent density functional theory with range separated hybrid functionals,  J. Phys. Chem. J. Phys. Chem. A, 116:1137–1145.   (link)

  93. Samthong, C, Laine, RM, and Somwangthanaroj, A (2012). Synthesis and characterization of organic/inorganic epoxy nanocomposites from poly(aminopropyl/phenyl)silsesquioxanes,  Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 128(6):3601-3608.   (link)

  94. Jung, JH and Laine, RM (2011). Beads on a Chain (BOC) Polymers Formed from the Reaction of [NH2PhSiO1.5]x [PhSiO1.5]10-x and [NH2PhSiO1.5]x [PhSiO1.5]12-x Mixtures (x = 2-4) with the Diglycidyl Ether of Bisphenol A,  Macromolecules, 44(18):7263-7272.   (link)

  95. Kim, M, Lai, S, and Laine, R (2011). Combinatorial Nanopowder Synthesis Along the ZnO-Al2O3 Tie Line Using Liquid-Feed Flame Spray Pyrolysis,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 94(10):3308-3318.   (link)

  96. Laine, R (2011). Liquid-Flame Spray Pyrolysis (LF-FSP) in the synthesis of single and mixed-metal oxide nanopowders,  In: Ceramics Science and Technology, ed. by Ralf Riedel and I-Wei Chen.. Wiley VCH Weinham, vol. Volume3: Synthesis and Processing, chap. 4, pp. 97-120.

  97. Laine, R and Roll, M (2011). Polyhedral Phenylsilsesquioxanes,  Macromolecules, 44:1073-1109.   (link)

  98. Roll, M, Kampf, J, and Laine, R (2011). Halogen Bonding Motifs in Polyhedral Phenyl-silsesquioxanes: Effects of Systematic Vari-ations in Geometry or Substitution,  Crystal Growth & Design, 11:4360-4367.   (link)

  99. Roll, M, Mathur, P, Takahashi, K, Kampf, J, and Laine, R (2011). [PhSiO1.5]8 promotes self-bromination to produce [o-BrPhSiO1.5]8: further bromination gives crystalline [2,5-Br2PhSiO1.5]8 with a density of 2.32 g cm−3 and a calculated refractive index of 1.7 or the tetraicosa bromo compound [Br3PhSiO1.5]8, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 21:11167-11176.   (link)

  100. Roll, MF, Kampf, JW, and Laine, RM (2011). Crystalline Hybrid Polyphenylene Macromolecules From Octaalkynylsilsesquioxanes, Crystal Structures and a Potential Route to 3-D Graphenes, Macromolecules:3425–3435.   (link)

  101. Sulaiman, S, Zhang, J, Goodson, T, and Laine, RM (2011). Synthesis, Characterization and Photophysical Properties of Polyfunctional Phenylsilsesquioxanes: [o-RPhSiO1.5]8, [2,5-R2PhSiO1.5]8, and [R3PhSiO1.5]8,  J. Chem. Matter, 21:11177-11187 .   (link)

  102. Asuncion, MZ and Laine, RM (2010). Fluoride Rearrangement Reactions of Polyphenyl- and Polyvinylsilsesquioxanes as a Facile Route to Mixed Functional Phenyl, Vinyl T-10 and T-12 Silsesquioxanes,  Journal Of The American Chemical Society, 132(11):3723-3736.   (link)

  103. H, V, and R (2010). Cubic Silsesquioxanes as a Green, High Performance Mold Material for Nanoimprint Lithography,  Advanced Materials.   (link)

  104. Kim, M and Laine, R (2010). Pressureless Sintering t-zirconia@δ-Al2O3 (54 mol%) Core–Shell Nanopowders at 1120°C Provides Dense t-Zirconia-Toughened α-Al2O3 Nanocomposites,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 93(3):709–715.   (link)

  105. No names specified (2010). Fluoride catalyzed rearrangements of polysilsesquioxanes, mixed Me, vinyl T8, Me, vinyl T10 and T12 cages,  Applied Organometallic Chemistry, 24:551-557.   (link)

  106. Roll, MF, Kampf, JW, Kim, Y, Yi, E, and Laine, RM (2010). Nano building blocks via iodination of [PhSiO1.5]n, forming [p-I-C6H4SiO1.5]n (n = 8, 10, 12), and a new route to high-surface-area, thermally stable, microporous materials via thermal elimination of I2,  J Am Chem Soc, 132(29):10171-83.   (link)

  107. B. Weidenhof, MRKSWFMMKJAEGESAB and Laine, RM (2009). High Throughput Screening of Nanoparticle Catalysts Made by Flame Spray Pyrolysis as Hydrocarbon/NO Oxidation Catalysts and Active, Pt free catalysts,  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 131:9207-19.   (link)

  108. Furman, BR, Wellinghoff, ST, and Laine, R (2009). Structural and mechanical behavior of layered zirconium phosphonate as a distributed phase in polycaprolactone,  Applied Polymer, 114:993-1001.   (link)

  109. Laine, RM, Sulaiman, S, Brick, C, Roll, M, Tamaki, R, Asuncion, MZ, Neurock, M, Filhol, J, Lee, C, Zhang, J, Goodson, TI, Ronchi, M, Pizzotti, M, Rand, SC, Li, Y, Kim, M, and Laine, RM (2009). A one-step synthesis of core-shell (Ce0.7Zr0.3O2)x(Al2O3)1-x [(Ce0.7Zr0.3O2)@Al2O3] nanopowders via liquid-feed flame spray pyrolysis (LF-FSP),  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 131:9220-9.   (link)

  110. Asuncion, M, Roll, M, and Laine, RM (2008). Octaalkynylsilsesquioxanes, Sea Urchin Molecular connectors for 3-D-Nanostructures,  Macromolecules, 41:8047-8052.   (link)

  111. Azurdia, JA, McCrum, A, and Laine, R (2008). Systematic Synthesis of Mixed Metal Oxides in NiO-Co3O4, NiO-MoO3, and NiO-CuO Systems via Liquid Feed-Flame Spray Pyrolysis,  Materials Chem., 18:3249-3258.   (link)

  112. Hinklin, T and Laine, R (2008). Synthesis of metastable phases in the Magnesium Spinel-Alumina System, Chem. Mater., 20:553-558.   (link)

  113. Hinklin, TR, Rand, SC, and Laine, RM (2008). Transparent, polycrystalline upconverting nanoceramics. Towards 3-D displays,  Adv. Mater., 20:1270-1273.   (link)

  114. I. Hasegawa, RMLMZANT (2008). Facile synthesis of polyhedral silsesquioxane anions and uses thereof, U.S. Patent 7,576,169 Sept., 2008.   (link)

  115. Kim, M, Hinklin, T, and Laine, R (2008). Core−shell Nanostructured Nanopowders along (CeOx)x(Al2O3)1−x Tie-Line by Liquid-Feed Flame Spray Pyrolysis (LF-FSP),  Chem. Mater., 20:5154-5162.   (link)

  116. Kim, S, Sulaiman, S, Fargier, D, and Laine, R (2008). Simple syntheses of octaphenyloctasilsesquoxane and polyphenylsilsesquioxane. Starting point for aromatic nanocomposites with complete control of physical and chemical properties at nanometer length scales,  in Materials Syntheses. A Practical Guide:179-182,Eds. U. Schubert, N. Hüsing, R. Laine, Springer-Verlag, Wein.

  117. Laine, R, Bartz, D, Krug, D, Popova, V, and Asuncion, M (2008). Bi- and trifunctional silsesquioxanes for novel coating applications,  filed June, 2007. PTO filed Aug. 2008..

  118. Laine, R, Roll, M, Asuncion, M, Sulaiman, S, Popova, V, Bartz, D, Krug, D, and Mutin, PH (2008). Perfect and Nearly Perfect Silsesquioxane (SQs) Nanoconstruction Sites and Janus SQs,  J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech., 46:335-347.   (link)

  119. Laine, RM, Hinklin, T, Azurdia, J, Kim, M, Marchal, J, and Kumar, S (2008). Finding Spinel in All the Wrong Places,  Adv. Mater., 20:1373-75.   (link)

  120. Roll, M, Asuncion, M, Kampf, J, and Laine, R (2008). para-Octaiodophenylsilses-quioxane, [p-IC6H4SiO1.5]8, a nearly perfect nanobuilding block,  ACS Nano, 2:320-26.   (link)

  121. Sulaiman, S, Bhaskar, A, Zhang, J, Guda, R, III, TG, and Laine, R (2008). Molecules with perfect cubic symmetry as nanobuilding blocks for 3-D assemblies. Elaboration of octavinylsilsesquioxane. Unusual luminescence shifts may indicate extended conjugation involving the silsesquioxane core,  Chem Mater., 20:5563 – 5573.   (link)

  122. Asuncion, MZ and Laine, R (2007). Silsesquioxane Barrier Materials,  Macromolecules, 40:555-62.   (link)

  123. B. Li, SLOSCRJATHJCMRL (2007). Ultraviolet emission and Fano resonance in doped nano-alumina,  J. Appl. Physics, 101:053534.   (link)

  124. B. Li, THRLSR (2007). Ultraviolet nanophosphors,  Journal of Luminescence, 122-3:345-7.   (link)

  125. C. Brick, ERCSGDMRL (2007). Self-lubricating nano ball bearings,  Adv. Mater., 19:80-2.   (link)

  126. Kim, M and Laine, R (2007). Combinatorial processing of mixed-metal oxide nanopowders along the ZrO2-Al2O3 tie line using liquid-feed flame spray pyrolysis (LF-FSP),  J. Ceramic Processing Research, 8:129-36.

  127. Takamura, N, Viculis, L, and Laine, R (2007). A completely discontinuous organic/inorganic hybrid nanocomposite based on reactions of [HMe2SiOSiO1.5]8 with vinylcyclohexene,  International Polymer, 56:1378-1391.   (link)

  128. Wang, M and Laine, R (2007). UV-Absorbing Coatings and Methods of Making Same,  filed by Guardian Industries. U.S. Patent 7,288,283 October 30, 2007.

  129. Azurdia, J, Marchal, J, and Laine, R (2006). Synthesis and Characterization of Mixed‐Metal Oxide Nanopowders Along the CoOx–Al2O3 Tie Line Using Liquid‐Feed Flame Spray Pyrolysis,  J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 89:2749-56.   (link)

  130. Azurdia, J, Marchal, J, Shea, P, Sun, H, Pan, XQ, and Laine, R (2006). Liquid-feed flame spray pyrolysis (LF-FSP) as a method of producing mixed-metal oxide nanopowders of potential interest as catalytic materials. Nanopowders along the NiO-Al2O3 tie-line including (NiO)0.22(Al2O3)0.78, a new inverse spinel composition.,  Chem. Mater., 18:731-9.   (link)

  131. Kang, K and Laine, R (2006). Silica dissolution as a route to octaanionic silsesquioxanes,  Applied Organometallic Chem, 20:393-398.   (link)

  132. Laine, R, Marchal, J, Sun, H, and Pan, X (2006). Nano-α-Al2O3 by liquid-feed flame spray pyrolysis,  Nature Materials, 5:710-2.   (link)

  133. Sulaiman, S, Brick, C, Sana, CD, Katzenstein, J, Laine, R, and Basheer, R (2006). Tailoring the Global Properties of Nanocomposites. Epoxy Resins with Very Low Coefficients of Thermal Expansion, Macromolecules, 39:5167-9.   (link)

  134. Takahashi, K, Sulaiman, S, Katzenstein, J, Snoblen, S, and Laine, R (2006). New Aminophenylsilsesquioxanes, Synthesis, Properties and Epoxy Nanocomposites,  Australian J. Chem., 59:564-70.   (link)

  135. A. Sellinger, RTRLKUHTEWGJ (2005). Solution processable nanocomposites based on silsesquioxane cores for use in organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs),  Chem. Comm.:3700 –02.   (link)

  136. Asuncion, M, Hasegawa, I, Kampf, J, and Laine, R (2005). The selective dissolution of rice hull ash to form [OSiO1.5]8[R4N]8 (R = Me, CH2CH2OH) octasilicates. Basic nanobuilding blocks and possible models of intermediates formed during biosilification processes,  Materials Chemistry, 15:2114-21.   (link)

  137. Basheer, R, Brick, C, Laine, R, Sulaimann, S, and DeSana, CM (2005). Flip Chip system with organic/inorganic underfill composition,  Filed November 4, 2005. U.S. Patent 7,332,822.

  138. C. M. Brick, RTSKMAMRTNRL (2005). Spherical, Polyfunctional Molecules Using Polybromooctaphenylsilsesquioxanes as Nanoconstruction Sites,  Macromol., 38:4655-60.   (link)

  139. C.M. Brick, YOYCRL (2005). Robust Polyaromatic Octasilsesquioxanes from Polybromophenylsilsesquioxanes, BrxOPS, via Suzuki Coupling,  Macromol., 38:4661-5.   (link)

  140. Hasegawa, I, Laine, R, Asuncion, M, and Takamura, N (2005). Facile Synthesis of the Cubeoctameric Silicate Anion, Si8O208-, its dimethylsilyl derivative, Si8O20[Si(CH3)2H]8 and certain derivatives therefrom,  U.S. Patent Application publication, 2005/0142054, June 30, 2005.

  141. Kim, S, Choi, J, Tamaki, R, and Laine, R (2005). Synthesis of amino-containing oligophenylsilsesquoixanes, Polymer, 46:4514-4524.   (link)

  142. Laine, R (2005). Nano-building blocks based on the [OSiO1.5]8 silsesquioxanes,  J. Mater. Chem., 15:3725 – 44.   (link)

  143. Laine, R, Marchal, J, Azurdia, J, and Rennesund, R (2005). Liquid Feed Flame Spray Modification of Nanoparticles,  Application number: 11/066,822 Publication number: US 2006/0087062 A1 Filing date: Feb 25, 2005 to issue.

  144. Laine, R, Marchal, J, Sun, H, and Pan, X (2005). A new Y3Al5O12 phase produced by liquid-feed flame spray pyrolysis (LF-FSP),  Adv. Mater., 17:830-33.   (link)

  145. Stewart, M, Wetzel, J, Schmid, G, Palmieri, F, Thompson, E, Kim, E, Wang, D, Sotodoeh, K, Jen, K, Johnson, S, Hao, J, Dickey, M, Nishimura, Y, Laine, R, Resnick, D, and Willson, C (2005). Proc. SPIE,  -Int. Soc. Opt. Eng., 5751:219.

  146. Choi, J, Yee, A, and Laine, R (2004). Toughening of cubic silsesquioxane epoxy nanocomposites using core shell rubber particles and a three component hybrid system,  Macromol., 37:3267-76.   (link)

  147. Hinklin, T, Toury, B, Gervais, C, Babonneau, F, Gislason, J, Morton, R, and Laine, R (2004). Liquid-Feed Flame Spray Pyrolysis of Metalloorganic and Inorganic Alumina Sources in the Production of Nanoalumina Powders,  Chem. Mater., 16:21-30.   (link)

  148. Kim, S, Gislason, J, Morton, R, Pan, X, Sun, H, and Laine, R (2004). Liquid-Feed Flame Spray Pyrolysis of Nanopowders in the Alumina-Titania System,  Chem. Mater., 16:2336-43.   (link)

  149. Laine, R, Marchal, J, Kim, S, Azurdia, J, and Kim, M (2004). Liquid-Feed Flame Spray Pyrolysis of Single and Mixed Phase Mixed-Metal Oxide Nanopowders,  in Ceramic Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology III, S. Lu, M.Z. Hu, Y. Gogotsi eds, Ceramic Transactions, 159:27.

  150. Marchal, J, Hinklin, T, Baranwal, R, Johns, T, and Laine, RM (2004). Yttrium Aluminum Garnet Nanopowders Produced by Liquid-Feed Flame Spray Pyrolysis (LF-FSP) of Metalloorganic Precursors,  Chem. Mater., 16:822-831.   (link)

  151. Redmond, S, Armstrong, G, Chan, H, Mattson, E, Mock, A, Li, B, Potts, J, Cui, M, Rand, S, Oliveira, S, Marchal, J, Hinklin, T, and Laine, R (2004). Electrical generation of stationary light in random scattering media,  J. Opt. Soc. Am. B, 21:214-22.   (link)

  152. A.C. Sutorik, RLJMTJTH (2003). Mixed-metal oxide particles by liquid feed-flame spray pyrolysis of oxide precursors in oxygenated solvents,  WO03070640 issued 2003-08-28. U.S. Patent issued.

  153. Choi, J, Tamaki, R, Kim, S, and Laine, R (2003). Organic/Inorganic Imide Nanocomposites from Aminophenylsilsesquioxanes,  Chem. Mater., 15:3365 – 3375.   (link)

  154. Choi, J, Yee, AF, and Laine, RM (2003). Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Composites from Cubic Silsesquioxanes. Epoxy Resins of Octa(dimethylsiloxy-ethylcyclohexylepoxide) Silsesquioxane,  Macromolecules, 15:5666 – 82.   (link)

  155. G. Berger, RLJA (2003). Up and down converting nanophosphors for multiplex tagging of materials processed or used in harsh environments,  Application number: 10/723,709 Publication number: US 2005/0112360 A1 Filing date: Nov 26, 2003.

  156. Sellinger, A and Laine, RM (2003). Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Light Emitting Devices (HLED),  U.S. Patent, 6,517,958, Feb. 11, 2003.

  157. Tamaki, R, Choi, J, and Laine, R (2003). A Polyimide Nanocomposite from Octa(aminophenyl)-silsesquioxane,  Chem. Materials, 15:793-7.   (link)

  158. B. Li, GWSRTH and Laine, R (2002). Continuous-wave ultraviolet laser action in strongly scattering Nd-doped alumina,  Optics Lett., 27:394-6.   (link)

  159. G. Williams, SRTHRL (2002). Laser action in strongly scattering rare-earth-doped dielectric nanophosphors,  Phys. Rev. A., 65:013807.   (link)

  160. Laine, R, Tamaki, R, and Choi, J (2002). Well-defined nanosized building blocks for organic/inorganic nanocomposites,  WO 02/100867 A1 Dec. 19, 2002.

  161. Li, S, Feindt, H, Sutorik, A, Baliat, M, Laine, R, and Niedbala, R (2002). Synthesis and Characterization of Y2O2S: Yb3+, Er3+, Up-Converting Nanophosphors,  in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Perspective, Tsinghua Press(June):221-33.

  162. Baranwal, R, Villar, MP, Garcia, R, and Laine, RM (2001). Flame Spray Pyrolysis of Precursors as a Route to Nano‐mullite Powder: Powder Characterization and Sintering Behavior,  J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 84:951- 61.   (link)

  163. C. L. Soles, EKLWWCZ and Laine, RM (2001). Structural Evolution of Silsesquioxane-based Organic/Inorganic Nanocomposite Networks,  in Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Materials–2000, MRS Symp. Ser., 628:CC4.2.1-6, R.M. Laine, C. Sanchez, and C.J. Brinker, eds. Mater. Res. Soc..   (link)

  164. C. Zhang, TBRL (2001). Synthesis and Characterization of Liquid Crystalline (LC) Silsesquioxanes,  Chem. of Mater., 13:3653-62.   (link)

  165. Choi, J, Harcup, J, Yee, A, Zhu, Q, and Laine, R (2001). Organic/inorganic hybrid composites from cubic silsesquioxanes,  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 123:11420-30.   (link)

  166. Costa, RR, Vasconcelos, W, Tamaki, R, and Laine, R (2001). Organic/Inorganic Nanocomposite Star Polymers via Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization of Methyl Methacrylate Using Octafunctional Silsesquioxane Cores,  Macromol., 34:5398 -407.   (link)

  167. Laine, RM, Choi, J, and Lee, I (2001). Organic-Inorganic Nanocomposites with Completely Defined Interfacial Interactions,  Adv. Mater., 13:800-3.   (link)

  168. Tamaki, R, Tanaka, Y, Asuncion, MZ, Choi, J, and Laine, R (2001). Octa(aminophenyl)silsesquioxane as a Nanoconstruction Site,  ,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 123:12416-7.   (link)

  169. C. Zhang, RL (2000). Hydrosilylation of allyl alcohol with [HSiMe2OSiO1.5]8. Octa (3-hydroxypropyldimethylsiloxy)octasilsesquioxane and its octamethacryl-ate derivative as potential precursors to hybrid nanocomposites,  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 122:6979-88.   (link)

  170. H. Cheng, RTRLFBYC and Treadwell, D (2000). Neutral Alkoxysilanes from Silica,  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 122:10063-72.   (link)

  171. Laine, R, Rand, S, Hinklin, T, and Williams, G (2000). Ultrafine Powders as Lasing Media,  International patent application allowed. WO 0038282 H01S 20000629.

  172. Laine, RM, Hinklin, T, Williams, G, and Rand, S (2000). Low-Cost Nanopowders for Phosphor and Laser Applications by Flame Spray Pyrolysis,  in Mater. Sci. Forum, Scitec & Trans Tech. Publ., Zurich, Switzerland, 343-346:500-10.   (link)

  173. G. Williams, SRTH and Laine, R (1999). Blue and infrared laser action in strongly scattering Nd:alumina nanopowders,  Proceedings of the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO '99), May 23-28, Baltimore, MD:483.   (link)

  174. G. Williams, SRTH and Laine, R (1999). Ultraviolet Laser Action in Strongly Scattering Ce:Alumina Nanopowders,  Proceedings of the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO '99), May 23-28, Baltimore, MD:90.   (link)

  175. Gravel, M, Zhang, C, Dinderman, M, and Laine, R (1999). Octa(3-chloroammonium-propyl) octasilsesquioxane,  J. Appl. Organomet. Chem., 13:329-36.   (link)

  176. Laine, R, Asuncion, M, Baliat, S, Filho, ND, Harcup, J, Sutorik, A, Viculis, L, Yee, A, Zhang, C, and Zhu, Q (1999). Organic/Inorganic Molecular Hybrid Materials From Cubic Silsesquioxanes,  in Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Materials, MRS Symp. Ser., 576:3-14, L. Klein, M. De Guire, F. Lorraine, J. Mark eds. Dec. 1999.   (link)

  177. Laine, R, Sellinger, A, and Chew, K (1999). Processing Aluminum Nitride/Silicon Carbide Composites via Polymer Infiltration and Pyrolysis of Polymethylsilane, a Precursor to Stoichiometric SiC,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 82(4):857-866.   (link)

  178. Laine, R, Waldner, K, Bickmore, C, and Treadwell, D (1999). Ultrafine powders by flame spray pyrolysis,  U.S. patent 5,958,361, Sept. 28, 1999.   (link)

  179. Laine, R, Zhang, Z, Rahn, J, Chew, K, Kannisto, M, and Scotto, C (1999). Synthesis and Processing of SiC Based Materials Using Polymethylsilane,  Precursor-Derived Ceramics:61-72.   (link)

  180. A.C. Sutorik, SNTHRBDTRRL (1998). Synthesis of Ultrafine β”-Alumina Powders via Flame Spray Pyrolysis of Polymeric Precursors,  J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 81:1477-86.   (link)

  181. C. Zhang, FBCBRLCSHHAY (1998). Highly Porous Polyhedral Silsesquioxane Polymers. Synthesis and Characterization,  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 120:8380-91.   (link)

  182. C.R. Bickmore, KWRBTHDTRL (1998). Ultrafine Titania by Flame Spray Pyrolysis of a Titanatrane ComplexJ. Europ. Ceram. Soc., 18:287.   (link)

  183. E.K. Lin, CSFMWWWWZRML (1998). Characterization of Epoxy-Functionalized Silsesquioxanes as Potential Underfill Encapsulants,  in Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Materials, MRS Symp. Ser., 519:15-20, R.M. Laine, C. Sanchez, C.J. Brinker, E. Giannelis eds..   (link)

  184. Laine, R and Sellinger, A (1998). Si-containing Ceramic Precursors,  The Chemistry of Organic Silicon Compounds, 2:2245-2310.   (link)

  185. Laine, R, Baranwal, R, Hinklin, T, Treadwell, D, Sutorik, A, Bickmore, C, Waldner, K, and Neo, S (1998). Making Nanosized Oxide Powders from Precursors by Flame Spray Pyrolysis,  Novel Synthetic and Processing Routes to Ceramics, Uematsu, H. Otsuka, Eds., Key Engineering Materials, 159-160:17-24.   (link)

  186. Laine, R, Zhang, C, Sellinger, A, and Viculis, L (1998). Polyfunctional Cubic Silsesquioxanes as Building Blocks for Organic/Inorganic Hybrids,  J. Appl. Organometallic Chem., 12:715-23.   (link)

  187. Liu, Y, Zhang, Z, Halloran, J, and Laine, R (1998). Yttrium Aluminum Garnet Fibers from Metalloorganic Precursors,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 81:629-45.   (link)

  188. Rosenberg, E and Laine, R (1998). Concepts and Models for Characterizing Homogeneous Reactions Catalyzed by Transition Metal Cluster Complexes,  In: Catalysis by Di- and Polynuclear Metal Cluster Complexes, ed. by R.D. Adams, R.A. Cotton. Wiley, chap. 1, pp. 1-38.   (link)

  189. Zhang, Z, Scotto, C, and Laine, R (1998). Processing stoichiometric silicon carbide fibers from polymethylsilane. Part 1. Precursor fiber processing,  Journal of Materials Chemistry, 8:2715-24.   (link)

  190. Baranwal, R and Laine, R (1997). Preceramic Polymer Route to Amorphous and Crystalline Potassium Aluminosilicate Powders and Their Electrorheological Properties,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 80(6):1436-46.   (link)

  191. D.R. Treadwell, ASSNRLRS (1997). Synthesis of β”-Al2O3 Polymer Precursor and Ultrafine β”-Al2O3-Composition Powders,” in Synthesis and Characterization of Advanced Materials,  ACS. Symp. Ser., 681:146-157.   (link)

  192. Kansal, P, Laine, R, and Babonneau, F (1997). A Processable Mullite Precursor by Dissolution of SiO2 and Al(OH)3 in Ethylene Glycol,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 80(10):2597-606.   (link)

  193. Liu, Y, Treadwell, D, Kannisto, M, Mueller, B, and Laine, R (1997). TiN Coatings on Graphite Fibers,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 80(3):705-16.   (link)

  194. Narayanan, R and Laine, R (1997). Synthesis and Characterization of a Trimetallic Double-Alkoxide Precursor to Potassium Aluminosilicate,  In: Synthesis and Characterization of Advanced Materials, ed. by M. Serio, D.M. Gruen, R. Malhotra. American Chemical Society, vol. 681, chap. 13, pp. 134-145.   (link)

  195. Narayanan, R and Laine, R (1997). Synthesis and Characterization of Precursors for Group II Metal Aluminates,  Applied Organic Chemistry, 11:919-27.   (link)

  196. A. Sellinger, RL (1996). Silsesquioxanes as Synthetic Platforms. III. Photocurable, Liquid Epoxides as Inorganic/Organic Hybrid Precursors,  Chem. Mater., 8:1592-3.   (link)

  197. A. Sellinger, RL (1996). Silsesquioxanes as Synthetic Platforms. Thermally and Photo Curable Inorganic/Organic Hybrids,  Macromol., 29:2327-30.   (link)

  198. Bickmore, C and Laine, R (1996). Synthesis of Oxynitride Powders via Fluidized‐Bed Ammonolysis, Part I: Large, Porous, Silica Particles,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 79(11):2865-77.   (link)

  199. C. Zhang, RL (1996). Silsesquioxanes as Synthetic Platforms. II. Epoxy-Functionalized Inorganic/Organic Hybrid Species,  J. Organomet. Chem., 521:199-201.   (link)

  200. C.R. Bickmore, KWDTRL (1996). Ultrafine Spinel Powders by Flame Spray Pyrolysis of a Magnesium Aluminum Double Alkoxide,  J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 79(5):1419-23.   (link)

  201. Chaudhary, T, Drzal, L, Ho, H, and Laine, R (1996). Adhesion of Preceramic Inorganic Polymer Coatings to Carbon Fibers,  In: Proc. Annual. Meet. Adhes. Soc., vol. 19, pp. 126-9.

  202. Hinklin, T, Neo, S, Chew, K, and Laine, R (1996). Precursor Impregnation and Pyrolysis (PIP) Processing of Barium Aluminosilicate-Nicalon Composites,  In: Advances in Ceramic Matrix Composites. III, ed. by N. P. Bansal, J. P. Singh, pp. 117-28.

  203. Laine, R, Babonneau, F, Treadwell, D, Kansal, P, Scotto, C, and Jouppi, S (1996). Silica as a Source of Chemicals and Polymers,  In: Main Group Elements and Their Compounds, ed. by V.G. Kumar Das. Narossa-Springer Verlag, chap. 1, pp. 1-10.

  204. Laine, R, Liu, Y, Zhang, Z, King, B, and Halloran, J (1996). Synthesis of Yttrium Aluminum Garnet from Yttrium and Aluminum Isobutyrate Precursors,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 79(2):385-94.   (link)

  205. Laine, R, Treadwell, D, Mueller, B, Bickmore, C, Waldner, K, and Hinklin, T (1996). Processable aluminosilicate alkoxide precursors from metal oxides and hydroxides. The oxide one-pot synthesis process,  Journal of Materials Chemistry, 6:1441-3.   (link)

  206. Waldner, K, Laine, R, Dhumrongvaraporn, S, Tayaniphan, S, and Narayanan, R (1996). Synthesis of a Double Alkoxide Precursor to Spinel (MgAl2O4) Directly from Al(OH)3, MgO, and Triethanolamine and Its Pyrolytic Transformation to Spinel,  Chemistry of Materials, 8:2850-7.   (link)

  207. Baranwal, R, Zika, A, Mueller, B, and Laine, R (1995). Preceramic Polymer Routes to Amorphous and Crystalline Aluminosilicate Powders for Electrorheological Applications. I,  In: Progress in Electrorheology, ed. by F. Filisko, K. Havelka. SpringerSpringer, Boston, MA, chap. 12, pp. 157-69.   (link)

  208. Chaudhary, T, Ho, H, Drzal, L, Harris, M, and Laine, R (1995). Silicon oxycarbide coatings on graphite fibers II. Adhesion, processing, and interfacial properties,  Materials Science and Engineering: A, 195:237-49.   (link)

  209. Harris, M, Chaudhary, T, Treadwell, D, Laine, R, and Drzal, L (1995). Silicon oxycarbide coatings on graphite fibers: chemistry, processing, and oxidation resistance,  Materials Science and Engineering: A, 195:223-36.   (link)

  210. Kansal, P and Laine, R (1995). Group II Tris(glycolato)silicates as Precursors to Silicate Glasses and Ceramics,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 78(3):529-38.   (link)

  211. laine, R (1995). Chemicals, Polymers and Ceramics from the Beach. II.,  In: Applications of Organometallic Chemistry in the Preparation and Processing of Advanced Materials, ed. by J.F. Harrod, R.M. Laine Ed., pp. 69-78. NATO ASI Series.   (link)

  212. Laine, R, Babonneau, F, Blohowiak, K, Kennish, R, Rahn, J, Waldner, K, and Exarhos, G (1995). The Evolutionary Process During Pyrolytic Transformation of Poly(N-Methylsilazane) from a Preceramic Polymer into an Amorphous Silicon Nitride/Carbon Composite,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 78(1):137-45.   (link)

  213. Laine, R, Zhang, Z, Chew, K, Kannisto, M, and Scotto, C (1995). Synthesis and Processing of Silicon Carbide Fibers: State-of-the-Art,  In: Ceramic Processing Science and Technology, ed. by H. Hausner, G. Messing, S. Hirano, pp. 179-86, Am. Ceram. Soc.

  214. A. Sellinger, RL (1994). Coupling of Allyloxy and Propargyloxy Moieties with Hydridosilanes: Novel Liquid Crystalline Functionalized Silsesquioxanes,  Am. Chem. Soc. Poly. Prprt., 35:665-66.

  215. A. Sellinger, RLVCCV (1994). Palladium and Platinum Catalyzed Coupling Reactions of Allyloxy Aromatics with Hydridosilanes and Hydridosiloxanes: Novel Liquid Crystalline/Organosilane Materials,  J. Polymer Science, Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 32:3069-89.   (link)

  216. Blohowiak, K, Treadwell, D, Mueller, B, Hoppe, M, Jouppi, S, Kansal, P, Chew, K, Scotto, C, Babonneau, F, Laine, R, and Kampf, J (1994). SiO2 as a Starting Material for the Synthesis of Pentacoordinate Silicon Complexes. 1,  Chemistry of Materials, 6:2177-92.   (link)

  217. Kansal, P and Laine, R (1994). Pentacoordinate Silicon Complexes as Precursors to Silicate Glasses and Ceramics,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 77(4):875-82.   (link)

  218. Mu, Y, Harrod, J, and Laine, R (1994). Some further observations on polymethylsilane as a precursor for silicon carbide,  Applied Organometallic Chemistry, 8(2):95-100.   (link)

  219. Zhang, Z, Scotto, C, and Laine, R (1994). Pure Silicon Carbide Fibers from Polymethylsilane,  In: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, vol. 15(4), pp. 152-61.   (link)

  220. Zhang, Z, Scotto, C, and Laine, R (1994). Processing of silicon carbide fiber with controlled stoichiometry using polymethylsilane, -[MeSiH]x,  In: Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., (Covalent Ceramics II: Non-oxides), ed. by R. Gottschalk, pp. 207-13.

  221. Hoppe, M, Koo, S, Ryan, D, and Laine, R (1993). Heteropolyanions as precursors to quinoline hydrogenation catalysts,  Energy and Fuels, 7(6):981-7.   (link)

  222. Hoppe, M, Laine, R, Kampf, J, Gordon, M, and Burggraf, L (1993). Barium Tris(glycolato)-silicate, a Hexacoordinate Alkoxy Silane Synthesized from SiO2,  Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 32(2):287-9.   (link)

  223. Laine, R and Babonneau, F (1993). Preceramic polymer routes to silicon carbide,  Chemistry of Materials, 5(3):260-79.   (link)

  224. Laine, R, Bickmore, C, Estry, H, Mueller, B, and Waldner, K (1993). Mg-Si-AI-O-N Glasses Prepared By Nitriding Cordierite Powders Derived from Polymer Precursors,  In: Synthesis and Processing of Silicon Nitride Ceramics, pp. 251-6, Mater. Res. Soc.   (link)

  225. Youngdahl, K, Hoppe, M, Laine, R, Rahn, J, and Harrod, J (1993). Synthesis of Inorganic Polymers as Glass Precursors and for Other Uses. Preceramic Block or Graft Copolymers as Potential Precursors to Nanocomposite Materials,  Applied Organic Chemistry, 7(8):647-55.   (link)

  226. Zhang, Z, Kennish, R, Blohowiak, K, Hoppe, M, and Laine, R (1993). Superconducting fibers from organometallic precursors: Part III. Pyrolytic processing of precursor fibers,  Journal of Materials Research, 8:1777-90.   (link)

  227. Bickmore, C, Hoppe, M, and Laine, R (1992). Processable Oligomeric and Polymeric Precursors to Silicates Prepared Directly from SiO2, Ethylene Glycol and Base,  In: Synthesis and Processing of Ceramics: Scientific Issues, ed. by W.E. Rhine, T.M. Shaw, R. J. Gottschall, Y. Chen, vol. 249, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.   (link)

  228. King, B, Liu, Y, Baskaran, S, Laine, R, and Halloran, J (1992). Yttrium Aluminate Ceramic Fibers via Preceramic Polymer and Sol-Gel Routes,  Particulate Science and Technology, 10(3-4):121-32.   (link)

  229. Koo, S, Ryan, D, and Laine, R (1992). Sulfided heterogeneous, bimetallic Ru/Mo catalysts derived from mixtures of Ru3(CO)12 (or RuCl3) and a molybdenum heteropolyanion: The reactions of ethanol with tetrahydroquinoline,  Applied Organometallic Chemistry, 6(5):437-48.   (link)

  230. Laine, R and Viney, C (1992). Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers with Special Properties. Progress, Potential and Problems,  In: Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers with Special Properties, ed. by R.M. Laine, pp. 413-35, Kluwer Publ.. NATO ASI Series, vol. 206.   (link)

  231. Laine, R, Rahn, J, Youngdahl, K, and Harrod, J (1992). Catalytic Synthesis of Polymethylsilsesquioxanes,  In: Homogeneous Transition Metal Catalyzed Reactions, ed. by D. Slocum, W. R. Moser. American Chemical Society, chap. 38, pp. 553-63.   (link)

  232. McGrath, P and Laine, R (1992). Theoretical Process Development for Freeze‐Drying Spray‐Frozen Aerosols,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 75(5):1223-8.   (link)

  233. Ray, D, Laine, R, Robinson, T, and Viney, C (1992). Thermotropic and Lyotropic Copolymers of Bis(Dioxyphenyl) Silanes,  Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals Science and Technology. Section A., 225(1):153-65.   (link)

  234. Sidduri, A, Budries, N, Laine, R, and Knochel, P (1992). Preparation of highly functionalized 3,4-disubstituted cyclobutene-1,2-diones using functionalized zinc-copper organometallics,  Tetrahedron Letters, 33(49):7515-8.   (link)

  235. Youngdahl, K, Nardi, P, Robinson, T, and Laine, R (1992). The Synthesis of Novel Penta-alkoxy and Penta-aryloxy Silicates from Silica,  In: Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers with Special Properties, ed. by R.M. Laine, pp. 99-114, Kluwer Publ.. NATO ASI Series, vol. 206.   (link)

  236. Zhang, Z, Hoppe, M, Rahn, J, Koo, S, and Laine, R (1992). Low Temperature Routes to Cordierite-Like Ceramics Using Chemical Processing,  In: Synthesis and Processing of Ceramics: Scientific Issues, ed. by W.E. Rhine, T.M. Shaw, R. J. Gottschall, Y. Chen, vol. 249, pp. 81-6, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.   (link)

  237. Bickmore, C, Hoppe, M, Laine, R, Youngdahl, K, Nardi, P, Robinson, T, and Uhm, J (1991). Chemicals, Polymers and Ceramics from the Beach (Silica),  In: 5th International Conference on Ultrastructure Processing, pp. 663-71.

  238. Laine, R, Babonneau, F, Rahn, J, Zhang, Z, and Youngdahl, K (1991). The Effect of Monomer Architecture on Selectivity to Ceramic Products and Microstructure in Silicon Preceramic Polymers,  In: Thirty-Seventh Sagamore Army Mater. Res. Conf. Proc., ed. by D.J. Viechnicki, pp. 159-69, Publications Department of the Army.

  239. Laine, R, Blohowiak, K, Robinson, T, Hoppe, M, Nardi, P, Kampf, J, and Uhm, J (1991). Synthesis Of Pentacoordinate Silicon Complexes From Sio2,  Nature, 353:642-4.   (link)

  240. Laine, R, Youngdahl, K, Kennish, R, Hoppe, M, and Zhang, Z (1991). Superconducting fibers from organometallic precursors. Part II: Chemistry and low temperature processing,  Journal of Materials Research, 6(5):895-907.   (link)

  241. Ray, D, Laine, R, Viney, C, and Robinson, T (1991). SiO2 as a Source of Si Containing Compounds/PolymersAm. Chem. Soc. Polymer, 32(3):550.

  242. Zhang, Z, Babonneau, F, Laine, R, Mu, Y, Harrod, J, and Rahn, J (1991). Poly(methylsilane)—A High Ceramic Yield Precursor to Silicon Carbide,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 74(3):670-3.   (link)

  243. Zhang, Z, Mu, Y, Babonneau, F, Laine, R, Harrod, J, and Rahn, J (1991). Polymethylsilane as a Precursor to High Purity Silicon Carbide,  In: Inorganic and Organometallic Oligomers and Polymers, ed. by J.F. Harrod, R.M. Laine, pp. 127-46, Dordrecht, Kluwer Publ.. IUPAC 33rd Symposium on Macromolecules.   (link)

  244. Laine, R (1990). Transition Metal Catalyzed Synthesis of Organometallic Polymers,  In: Aspects of Homogeneous Catalysis, ed. by R. Ugo, vol. 7, pp. 37-63, Kluwer Academic Publ.   (link)

  245. Laine, R (1990). Chemical Processing of Ceramics,  In: Sol-Gel Processing of Glasses, ed. by J. D. Mackenzie, D. R. Ulrich, pp. 16. SPIE Proc. vol 1328.

  246. Laine, R, Youngdahl, K, Babonneau, F, Harrod, J, Hoppe, M, Rahn, J, and Zhang, Z (1990). Synthesis and high temperature chemistry of methylsilsesquioxane polymers produced by titanium-catalyzed redistribution of methylhydridooligo- and -polysiloxanes,  Chemistry of Materials, 2(4):464-72.   (link)

  247. Laine, R, Youngdahl, K, Kennish, R, Hoppe, M, Zhang, Z, and Ray, D (1990). Superconducting Fibers from Anhydrous Metal Carboxylates,  In: Better Ceramics Through Chemistry IV, ed. by B.J.J. Zelinski, C.J. Brinker, D.E. Clark, D.R. Ulrich, pp. 865. Mat. Res. Symp. Proc. Vol. 180.   (link)

  248. Aksay, I, Han, C, Kurosky, R, McElhaney, S, Pak, S, Yin, T, Yogo, T, Laine, R, and Sarikaya, M (1989). Processing and Characterization of Superconducting YBa2Cu3O7-x,  In: Proc. of Japanese Electronic Materials Manufacturing Assoc.

  249. Blum, Y, Schwartz, K, and Laine, R (1989). Preceramic Polymer Pyrolysis. I. Pyrolytic Properties of Polysilazanes,  J. Mat. Sci., 24:1707-17.

  250. Hirschon, A and Laine, R (1989). Catalytic hydrodenitrogenation of an SRC-II coal liquid: effect of nucleophiles and acids,  Fuel, 68(11):1416-21.   (link)

  251. Hirschon, A, Ackerman, L, Laine, R, and Wilson Jr., R (1989). Use of promoters to enhance hydrodenitrogenation and hydrodeoxygenation catalysis,  In: Proc. of the 1989 Internat. Conf. On Coal Science, vol. 2, pp. 923.   (link)

  252. Lenhart, S, Blum, Y, and Laine, R (1989). The Corrosion Resistance of an Aluminum Alloy Coated with Polysilazane Derived Ceramics,  Journal of Corrosion, 45:503-16.   (link)

  253. Rahn, J, Laine, R, and Zhang, Z (1989). The Catalytic Synthesis of Inorganic Polymers for High Temperature Applications and as Ceramic Precursors,  In: Polymer Based Molecular Composites, Mater. Res. Soc. Sym. Proc.   (link)

  254. Youngdahl, K, Rahn, J, Laine, R, Kennish, R, and Balavoine, G (1989). Structure/Reactivity Relationships of Polysilazane Preceramics,  In: Ultrastructure Processing of Advanced Materials, ed. by D.R. Uhlmann, pp. 681-6. Proc. Int. Conf. Ultrastruct. Process. Ceram., Glasses, Compos.   (link)

  255. Aksay, I, Han, C, Kurosky, R, McElhaney, S, Pak, S, Yin, T, Yogo, T, Laine, R, and Sarikaya, M (1988). Synthesis and Colloidal Processing of Superconducting YBa2Cu3O7-x,  In: 2nd Int'l. SAMPE Electronics Conference, ed. by J.T. Hoggatt, W. Jensen, M. Kushner, S. McCullough, vol. 2, pp. 189-98.

  256. Biran, C, Blum, Y, Glaser, R, Tse, D, Youngdahl, K, and Laine, R (1988). Catalytic Synthesis of Oligosila-zanes. 2,  Journal of Molecular Catalysis, 48(2-3):183-97.   (link)

  257. Chow, A, Hamlin, R, Blum, Y, and Laine, R (1988). Polymerization Kinetics of Polysilazane by Transition Metal Catalyzed Dehydrocoupling Reaction,  J. Polym. Sci. Part C: Polym. Lett., 26:103-8.   (link)

  258. Hirschon, A and Laine, R (1988). Bulk ruthenium as an HDN catalyst,  Energy and Fuels, 2(3):292-5.   (link)

  259. Hirschon, A, Wilson Jr., R, and Laine, R (1988). New Approaches to Enhance Hydrodenitrogenation of Coal Liquids,  In: Advances in Coal Chemistry, ed. by N. P. Vasilabos, pp. 351, Theophrastus Publications.   (link)

  260. Laine, R (1988). Transition Metal Catalyzed Synthesis of Oligo- and Polysilazanes and Their Use as Precursors to Silicon Nitride Containing Ceramic Materials,  Platinum Metals Review, 32:64-71.   (link)

  261. Laine, R and Crawford, E (1988). Homogeneous catalysis of the water-gas shift reaction,  Journal of Molecular Catalysis, 44(3):357-87.   (link)

  262. Laine, R and Hirschon, A (1988). The Pyrolytic Transformation of Organometallic Compounds into Refractory Metals: Tungsten and Molybdenum Carbides,  In: Transformation of Organometallics into Common and Exotic Materials: Design and Activation, ed. by R.M. Laine, pp. 21-31, NATO ASI Ser. E: Appl. Sci.-No. 141, Amsterdam, Kluwer Publ.   (link)

  263. Laine, R, Blum, Y, Hamlin, R, and Chow, A (1988). Organometallic Polymers as Precursors to Ceramic Materials: Silicon Nitride and Silicon Oxynitride,  In: Ultrastructure Processing of Ceramics, Glasses and Composites II, ed. by D.J Mackenzie, D.R. Ulrich, pp. 756-61.   (link)

  264. Laine, R, Blum, Y, Tse, D, and Glaser, R (1988). Synthetic Routes to Oligosilazanes and Polysilazanes. Polysilazane Precursors to Silicon Nitride,  In: Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers, ed. by K. Wynne, M. Zeldin, H. Allcock, chap. 10, pp. 124-42. Am. Chem. Soc. Symp. Ser. Vol. 360.   (link)

  265. Laine, R, Youngdahl, K, Carty, W, Stangle, G, Han, C, Kennish, R, McElhaney, S, Yin, T, Yogo, T, and Sarikaya, M (1988). Fabrication of high-Tc ceramic superconducting fibers from organometallic precursors,  In: Amer. Cer. Soc. Sym. on Superconductivity, pp. 450-63.   (link)

  266. Youngdahl, K, Laine, R, Kennish, R, Cronin, T, and Balavoine, G (1988). New Catalytic Routes to Preceramic Polymers: Ceramic Precursors to Silicon Nitride and Silicon-Carbide Nitride,  In: Better Ceramics Through Chemistry III, ed. by C.J. Brinker, D.E. Clark, D.R. Ulrich, pp. 489-95, Mat. Res. Symp. Proc.   (link)

  267. Hirschon, A, Wilson Jr., R, and Laine, R (1987). Ruthenium promoted hydrodenitrogenation catalysts, Applied Catalysis, 34:311-6.   (link)

  268. Hirschon, A, Wilson Jr., R, and Laine, R (1987). Modeling the Hydrodenitrogenation Reaction Using Homogeneous Catalyst Model Systems,  New J. Chem., 11:543-7.

  269. Blum, Y and Laine, R (1986). Catalytic methods for the synthesis of oligosilazanes,  Organometallics, 5(10):2081-6.   (link)

  270. Blum, Y, Laine, R, Schwartz, K, Rowcliffe, D, Bening, R, and Cotts, D (1986). A New Catalytic Method for Producing Preceramic Polysilazanes,  In: Better Ceramics Through Chemistry II, ed. by C. J. Brinker, D. E. Clark, D. R. Ulrich, pp. 389, Mat. Res. Symp. Proc. Vol. 73.   (link)

  271. Hirschon, A, Wilson Jr., R, and Laine, R (1986). New catalysts for hydrotreating coal liquids,  Am. Chem. Soc. Div. Fuel. Prepr., 31:310-7.   (link)

  272. Laine, R and Hirschon, A (1986). The Pyrolysis of a Tungsten Alkyne Complex as a Low Temperature Route to Tungsten Carbide,  In: Better Ceramics Through Chemistry II, ed. by C.J. Brinker, D.E. Clark, D.R. Ulrich, pp. 373-82, Mat. Res. Symp. Proc.   (link)

  273. Schwartz, K, Rowcliffe, D, Blum, Y, and Laine, R (1986). Thermal Conversion of Preceramic Polysilazanes to Si3N4: Characterization of Pyrolysis Products,  In: Better Ceramics Through Chemistry II, ed. by C. J. Brinker, D. E. Clark, and D. R. Ulrich, pp. 407-12, Mat. Res. Symp. Proc. Vol. 73.   (link)

  274. Shvo, Y, Abed, M, Blum, Y, and Laine, R (1986). Homogeneous Catalytic Cleavage of Saturated Carbon‐Nitrogen Bonds,  Israel Journal of Chemistry, 27(3):267-75.   (link)

  275. Eisenstadt, A, Fredericks, M, and Hirschon, A (1985). The Interactions of Quinoline and Tetrahydroquinoline with Catalysts. Modeling Heterogeneous Catalysts with Homogeneous Catalysts,  In: Catalysis of Organic Reactions, ed. by R.L. Augustine, pp. 73-80.

  276. Eisenstadt, A, Giandomenico, C, Frederick, M, and Laine, R (1985). Potential models of the interactions between nitrogen-containing heterocycles and the active catalyst sites in heterogeneous hydrodenitrogenation catalysts,  Organometallics, 4(11):2033-9.   (link)

  277. Hirschon, A and Laine, R (1985). Chemistry of hydrogen sulphide under coal liquefaction conditions: 2. Synergistic effects of H2S and the mixed solvent system tetralin and tetrahydroquinoline on liquefaction of a moderately reactive coal,  Fuel, 64(7):911-5.   (link)

  278. Hirschon, A and Laine, R (1985). Catalytic hydrodenitrogenation of an SRC-II coal liquid: Effect of hydrogen sulphide,  Fuel, 64(6):868-70.   (link)

  279. Hirschon, A, Sundback, K, and Laine, R (1985). Chemistry of hydrogen sulphide under coal liquefaction conditions: 1. Modelling hydrogen transfer catalysis,  Fuel, 64(6):772-5.   (link)

  280. Ross, D, Laine, R, Green, T, Hirschon, A, and Hum, G (1985). Regular coal structure and conversion severity, Fuel, 64(9):1323-5.   (link)

  281. Thewissen, D, Timmer, K, Noltes, J, Marsman, J, and Laine, R (1985). Synthesis of α,ω-bis(diphenylphosphino)alkane and α,ω-bis(diphenylphosphino)(poly)ether ligands and complexes of rhodium(I),  Inorganica Chimica Acta, 97(2):143-50.   (link)

  282. Wilson Jr., R and Laine, R (1985). Transalkylation reaction. Homogeneous catalytic formation of carbon-nitrogen bonds,  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 107(2):361-9.   (link)

  283. Kenley, R, Fleming, R, Laine, R, Tse, D, and Winterle, J (1984). Cobalt(III) complex catalyzed hydrolysis of phosphorus esters,  Inorganic Chemistry, 23(13):1870-6.   (link)

  284. Laine, R and Wilson Jr., R (1984). Recent Developments in the Homogeneous Catalysis of the Water-Gas Shift Reaction,  In: Aspects of Homogeneous Catalysis, ed. by R. Ugo, pp. 217.   (link)

  285. Laine, R, Cho, B, and Wilson Jr., R (1984). Homogeneous Catalytic Formation of C-N Bonds. Hydrogenation of Formamides to Methyl Amines,  J. C1 Mol. Chem., 1:1-8.

  286. McEwen, A, Guttieri, M, Maier, W, Laine, R, and Shvo, Y (1984). Metallic palladium, the actual catalyst in Lindlar and Rosenmund reductions?,  J. Org. Chem., 48(23):4436-8.   (link)

  287. Kenley, R, Fleming, R, Howd, R, and Laine, R (1983). Bis(2,2'-(alkylimino)diethanolato)cobalt(III) chelates. Characterization of hydrolytic stability and interactions with acetylcholinesterase,  Inorganic Chemistry, 22(8):1247-50.   (link)

  288. Laine, R (1983). Comments on the Mechanisms of Heterogeneous Catalysis of the Hydrodenitrogenation Reaction,  Catalysis Reviews, 25(3):459-74.   (link)

  289. Laine, R (1983). Modeling heterogeneous catalysts with homogeneous catalysts: modeling the hydrodenitrogenation reaction,  Journal of Molecular Catalysis, 21(1-3):119-32.   (link)

  290. Zoeckler, M and Laine, R (1983). Homogeneous catalytic formation of carbon-nitrogen bonds. 2. Catalytic activation of the silicon-nitrogen bond,  J. Org. Chem., 48(15):2539-43.   (link)

  291. Blanchard, M, Vanhove, D, Laine, R, Petit, F, and Mortreux, A (1982). Liquid-Phase Synthesis of Olefins from Methanol with Cobalt Catalysts,  J. C. S. Chem. Comm.:571-3.   (link)

  292. Cho, B and Laine, R (1982). Homogeneous rhodium catalyzed hydrogenation of benzaldehyde: kinetic evidence in favor of cluster catalysis,  Journal of Molecular Catalysis, 15(3):383-9.   (link)

  293. Laine, R (1982). Criteria for identifying transition metal cluster-catalyzed reactions,  Journal of Molecular Catalysis, 14(2):137-69.   (link)

  294. Laine, R, Thomas, D, and Cary, L (1982). Modeling heterogeneous catalysts with homogeneous catalysts. 2. Modeling catalytic hydrodenitrogenation,  Journal of the American Chemical Society, 104(6):1763-5.   (link)

  295. Shvo, Y, Thomas, D, and Laine, R (1981). Modeling Heterogeneous Catalysts with Homogeneous Catalysts. Comparison of Catalytic Exchange of Deuterium for Hydrogen at the a and b positions of Tertiary Amines Using either Palladium Black or Ru3(CO)12,  Journal of the American Chemical Society, 103(9):2461-3.   (link)

  296. Smith, G and Laine, R (1981). Organometallic bond dissociation energies. Laser pyrolysis of pentacarbonyliron,  J. Phys. Chem., 85(12):1620-2.   (link)

  297. Thomson, W and Laine, R (1981). Homogeneous Catalytic Reduction of Benzaldehyde with CO and H2O. Applications of the Water-Gas Shift Reaction.,  In: Catalytic Activation of Carbon Monoxide, chap. 9, pp. 133-45, ACS Symposium Series, Vol. 152.   (link)

  298. Laine, R (1980). Criteria for Identifying Homogeneous Transition Metal Cluster Catalyzed Reactions,  Am. Chem. Soc. Petrol. Div. Preprts., 25:704.

  299. Laine, R (1980). Photochemical Synthesis of h4-Cyclooctatetraene Tungsten Tetracarbonyl,  Trans. Met. Chem., 5:158-60.

  300. Laine, R (1980). Catalysis of the aminomethylation reaction. Enhanced catalytic activity with mixed-metal catalysts. Applications of the water-gas shift reaction. 5,  J. Org. Chem., 45(16):3370-2.   (link)

  301. Shvo, Y and Laine, R (1980). Homogeneous catalytic activation of C–N bonds. Alkyl exchange between tertiary amines,  J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Comm.:753-4.   (link)

  302. Laine, R (1979). Further Studies on Hydroformylation and Hydrohydroxymethylation with CO and H2O. Applications of the Water-Gas Shift Reaction. 3,  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 333(1):124-40.  (link)

  303. Laine, R, Thomas, D, and Cary, L (1979). Catalytic reactions of pyridine with carbon monoxide and water. Reduction of carbon monoxide to hydrocarbon. Applications of the water-gas shift reaction,  J. Org. Chem., 44(26):4964-6.   (link)

  304. Laine, R (1978). Applications of the water-gas shift reaction. Hydroformylation and hydrohydroxymethylation with carbon monoxide and water,  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 100(20):6451-4.   (link)

  305. Laine, R, Thomas, D, Cary, L, and Buttrill, S (1978). Applications of the water--gas shift reaction. II. Catalytic exchange of deuterium for hydrogen at saturated carbon,  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 100(20):6527-8.   (link)

  306. Ungermann, C, Rinker, R, Ford, P, Landis, V, Moya, S, and Laine, R (1978). Homogeneous catalysis of the water gas shift reaction by mixed-metal (iron/ruthenium) catalysts,  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 100(14):4595-7.   (link)

  307. Laine, R and Ford, P (1977). Reactivity of Metal Radicals Generated Photochemically. Effects of Solvent and Trapping Agent Concentrations on Quantum Yields for Photolysis of Hexacarbonylbis(π-Cyclopentadienyl)ditungsten (I),  Inorg. Chem., 16(2):388-91.   (link)

  308. Laine, R and Ford, P (1977). Reactions of (π-C5H5)W(CO)3H with dimethylacetylenedicarboxylate. Formation of dinuclear and metal hydride insertion products,  Organometallic Chemistry, 124(1):29-35.   (link)

  309. Laine, R, Rinker, R, and Ford, P (1977). Homogeneous catalysis by ruthenium carbonyl in alkaline solution: the water gas shift reaction,  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 99(1):252-3.   (link)

  310. Hansma, P, Kaska, W, and Laine, R (1976). Inelastic electron tunneling spectroscopy of carbon monoxide chemisorbed on alumina-supported transition metals,  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 98(19):6064-5.   (link)

  311. Neilan, J, Laine, R, Cortese, N, and Heck, R (1976). Monoterpene syntheses via a palladium catalyzed isoprene dimerization,  J. Org. Chem., 41(21):3455-60.   (link)

  312. Dieck, H, Laine, R, and Heck, R (1975). Low-pressure, palladium-catalyzed N,N'-diarylurea synthesis from nitro compounds, amines, and carbon monoxide,  J. Org. Chem., 40(19):2819-22.   (link)

  313. Bau, R, Burt, J, Knox, S, Laine, R, Phillips, R, and Stone, F (1973). Reaction of cycloheptatriene with ruthenium carbonyl: X-ray crystallographic determination of the molecular structure of Ru3(CO)6(C7H7)(C7H9),  J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Comm.:726-7.   (link)

  314. Laine, R, Moriarty, R, and Bau, R (1972). Molecular structure of tris(diphenylacetylene)tungsten monocarbonyl,  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 94(4):1402-4.   (link)

  315. Weber, W and Laine, R (1970). 4,4-dimethylsilacyclohexadien-1-one,  Tetrahedron Letters, 11(48):4169-72.   (link)