Richard Laine

Publications

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

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

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

  4. 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 therefromU.S. Patent Application publication, 2005/0142054, June 30, 2005.

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

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

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

  8. 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)

  9. 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.

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

  11. 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 PowdersChem. Mater., 16:21-30.   (link)

  12. 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 SystemChem. Mater., 16:2336-43.   (link)

  13. 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 Nanopowdersin Ceramic Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology III, S. Lu, M.Z. Hu, Y. Gogotsi eds, Ceramic Transactions, 159:27.

  14. 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 PrecursorsChem. Mater., 16:822-831.   (link)

  15. 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 mediaJ. Opt. Soc. Am. B, 21:214-22.   (link)

  16. A.C. Sutorik, RLJMTJTH (2003). Mixed-metal oxide particles by liquid feed-flame spray pyrolysis of oxide precursors in oxygenated solventsWO03070640 issued 2003-08-28. U.S. Patent issued.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  26. 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 BehaviorJ. Am. Ceram. Soc., 84:951- 61.   (link)

  27. C. L. Soles, EKLWWCZ and Laine, RM (2001). Structural Evolution of Silsesquioxane-based Organic/Inorganic Nanocomposite Networksin 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)

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

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

  30. 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 CoresMacromol., 34:5398 -407.   (link)

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

  32. 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)

  33. 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 nanocompositesJ. Am. Chem. Soc., 122:6979-88.   (link)

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

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

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

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

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

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

  40. 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 Silsesquioxanesin Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Materials, MRS Symp. Ser., 576:3-14, L. Klein, M. De Guire, F. Lorraine, J. Mark eds. Dec. 1999.   (link)

  41. 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 SiCJournal of the American Ceramic Society, 82(4):857-866.   (link)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  49. 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 PyrolysisNovel Synthetic and Processing Routes to Ceramics, Uematsu, H. Otsuka, Eds., Key Engineering Materials, 159-160:17-24.   (link)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  58. Narayanan, R and Laine, R (1997). Synthesis and Characterization of a Trimetallic Double-Alkoxide Precursor to Potassium AluminosilicateIn: 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)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  69. 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 processJournal of Materials Chemistry, 6:1441-3.   (link)

  70. 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 SpinelChemistry of Materials, 8:2850-7.   (link)

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

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

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

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

  75. 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)

  76. 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 CompositeJournal of the American Ceramic Society, 78(1):137-45.   (link)

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

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

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

  80. 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. 1Chemistry of Materials, 6:2177-92.   (link)

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

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

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

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

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

  86. Hoppe, M, Laine, R, Kampf, J, Gordon, M, and Burggraf, L (1993). Barium Tris(glycolato)-silicate, a Hexacoordinate Alkoxy Silane Synthesized from SiO2Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 32(2):287-9.   (link)

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

  88. 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 PrecursorsIn: Synthesis and Processing of Silicon Nitride Ceramics, pp. 251-6, Mater. Res. Soc.   (link)

  89. 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 MaterialsApplied Organic Chemistry, 7(8):647-55.   (link)

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

  91. Bickmore, C, Hoppe, M, and Laine, R (1992). Processable Oligomeric and Polymeric Precursors to Silicates Prepared Directly from SiO2, Ethylene Glycol and BaseIn: 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)

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

  93. 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 tetrahydroquinolineApplied Organometallic Chemistry, 6(5):437-48.   (link)

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

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

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

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

  98. 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 organometallicsTetrahedron Letters, 33(49):7515-8.   (link)

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

  100. Zhang, Z, Hoppe, M, Rahn, J, Koo, S, and Laine, R (1992). Low Temperature Routes to Cordierite-Like Ceramics Using Chemical ProcessingIn: 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)