Simone Napolitano
Simone Napolitano
Professor of Experimental Soft Matter Physics, Université Libre de Bruxelles
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The lifetime of the deviations from bulk behaviour in polymers confined at the nanoscale
S Napolitano, M Wübbenhorst
Nature communications 2, 260, 2011
Glass transition of polymers in bulk, confined geometries, and near interfaces
S Napolitano, E Glynos, NB Tito
Reports on Progress in Physics 80 (3), 036602, 2017
Glassy dynamics of soft matter under 1D confinement: How irreversible adsorption affects molecular packing, mobility gradients and orientational polarization in thin films
S Napolitano, S Capponi, B Vanroy
Eur. Phys. J. E 36 (6), 61, 2013
Can Thickness and Interfacial Interactions Univocally Determine the Behavior of Polymers Confined at the Nanoscale?
S Napolitano, C Rotella, M Wübbenhorst
ACS macro letters 1 (10), 1189-1193, 2012
Slowing down of the crystallization kinetics in ultrathin polymer films: A size or an interface effect?
S Napolitano, M Wübbenhorst
Macromolecules 39 (18), 5967-5970, 2006
Kinetics of Irreversible Chain Adsorption
C Housmans, M Sferrazza, S Napolitano
Macromolecules 47 (10), 3390–3393, 2014
Unusual Deviations from Bulk Behavior in Ultrathin Films of Poly (tert-butylstyrene): Can Dead Layers Induce a Reduction of Tg?
S Napolitano, A Pilleri, P Rolla, M Wübbenhorst
ACS nano 4 (2), 841-848, 2010
Molecular Mobility and Glass Transition of Thin Films of Poly (bisphenol A carbonate)
H Yin, S Napolitano, A Schönhals
Macromolecules 45 (3), 1652-1662, 2012
Dielectric signature of a dead layer in ultrathin films of a nonpolar polymer
S Napolitano, M Wübbenhorst
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 111 (31), 9197-9199, 2007
Segmental mobility and glass transition temperature of freely suspended ultrathin polymer membranes
C Rotella, S Napolitano, M Wübbenhorst
Macromolecules 42 (5), 1415-1417, 2009
Influence of a reduced mobility layer on the structural relaxation dynamics of aluminum capped ultrathin films of poly (ethylene terephthalate)
S Napolitano, D Prevosto, M Lucchesi, P Pingue, M D'Acunto, P Rolla
Langmuir 23 (4), 2103-2109, 2007
On the equivalence between the thermodynamic and dynamic measurements of the glass transition in confined polymers
RD Priestley, D Cangialosi, S Napolitano
Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 407, 288-295, 2015
Structural relaxation and dynamic fragility of freely standing polymer films
S Napolitano, M Wübbenhorst
Polymer 51 (23), 5309-5312, 2010
Crystallization of thin polymer layers confined between two adsorbing walls
B Vanroy, M Wübbenhorst, S Napolitano
ACS macro letters 2 (2), 168-172, 2013
Direct Measurement of Glass Transition Temperature in Exposed and Buried Adsorbed Polymer Nanolayers
MJ Burroughs, S Napolitano, D Cangialosi, RD Priestley
Macromolecules 49 (12), 4647-4655, 2016
Temperature dependence of the deviations from bulk behavior in ultrathin polymer films
S Napolitano, V Lupaşcu, M Wübbenhorst
Macromolecules 41 (4), 1061-1063, 2008
Distribution of segmental mobility in ultrathin polymer films
C Rotella, S Napolitano, L De Cremer, G Koeckelberghs, M Wübbenhorst
Macromolecules 43 (20), 8686-8691, 2010
Modeling Dielectric Relaxation in Polymer Glass Simulations: Dynamics in the Bulk and in Supported Polymer Films
S Peter, S Napolitano, H Meyer, M Wubbenhorst, J Baschnagel
Macromolecules 41 (20), 7729-7743, 2008
Possible origin of thickness‐dependent deviations from bulk properties of thin polymer films
G Reiter, S Napolitano
Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 48 (24), 2544-2547, 2010
Probing interfacial mobility profiles via the impact of nanoscopic confinement on the strength of the dynamic glass transition
C Rotella, M Wübbenhorst, S Napolitano
Soft Matter 7 (11), 5260-5266, 2011
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