Oliver Brüggemann
Oliver Brüggemann
Professor for Polymer Chemistry, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
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New configurations and applications of molecularly imprinted polymers
O Brüggemann, K Haupt, L Ye, E Yilmaz, K Mosbach
Journal of Chromatography A 889 (1-2), 15-24, 2000
Comparison of polymer coatings of capillaries for capillary electrophoresis with respect to their applicability to molecular imprinting and electrochromatography
O Brüggemann, R Freitag, MJ Whitcombe, EN Vulfson
Journal of Chromatography A 781 (1-2), 43-53, 1997
Polyolefin composites with natural fibers and wood‐modification of the fiber/filler–matrix interaction
L Sobczak, O Brüggemann, RF Putz
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 127 (1), 1-17, 2013
Polyphosphazenes: multifunctional, biodegradable vehicles for drug and gene delivery
I Teasdale, O Brüggemann
Polymers 5 (1), 161-187, 2013
On the separation of small molecules by means of nano-liquid chromatography with methacrylate-based macroporous polymer monoliths
I Nischang, O Brüggemann
Journal of Chromatography A 1217 (33), 5389-5397, 2010
Synthetic fibers and thermoplastic short‐fiber‐reinforced polymers: Properties and characterization
C Unterweger, O Brüggemann, C Fürst
Polymer Composites 35 (2), 227-236, 2014
Food analyses using molecularly imprinted polymers
O Ramström, K Skudar, J Haines, P Patel, O Brüggemann
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 49 (5), 2105-2114, 2001
Porous polymer monoliths for small molecule separations: advancements and limitations
I Nischang, I Teasdale, O Brüggemann
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 400, 2289-2304, 2011
Towards porous polymer monoliths for the efficient, retention-independent performance in the isocratic separation of small molecules by means of nano-liquid chromatography
I Nischang, I Teasdale, O Brüggemann
Journal of Chromatography A 1217 (48), 7514-7522, 2010
Advances in the preparation of porous polymer monoliths in capillaries and microfluidic chips with focus on morphological aspects
I Nischang, O Brueggemann, F Svec
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 397, 953-960, 2010
Selective extraction of antioxidants with molecularly imprinted polymers
O Brüggemann, A Visnjevski, R Burch, P Patel
Analytica Chimica Acta 504 (1), 81-88, 2004
Facile, Single‐Step Preparation of Versatile, High‐Surface‐Area, Hierarchically Structured Hybrid Materials
I Nischang, O Brüggemann, I Teasdale
Angewandte Chemie 20 (123), 4688-4692, 2011
Effects of different fibers on the properties of short-fiber-reinforced polypropylene composites
C Unterweger, O Brüggemann, C Fürst
Composites Science and Technology 103, 49-55, 2014
Water‐soluble, biocompatible polyphosphazenes with controllable and pH‐promoted degradation behavior
S Wilfert, A Iturmendi, W Schoefberger, K Kryeziu, P Heffeter, W Berger, ...
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 52 (2), 287-294, 2014
Analysis of amatoxins α-amanitin and β-amanitin in toadstool extracts and body fluids by capillary zone electrophoresis with photodiode array detection
O Brüggemann, M Meder, R Freitag
Journal of Chromatography A 744 (1-2), 167-176, 1996
Catalytically active polymers obtained by molecular imprinting and their application in chemical reaction engineering
O Brüggemann
Biomolecular engineering 18 (1), 1-7, 2001
Chain‐End‐Functionalized Polyphosphazenes via a One‐Pot Phosphine‐Mediated Living Polymerization
S Wilfert, H Henke, W Schoefberger, O Brüggemann, I Teasdale
Macromolecular rapid communications 35 (12), 1135-1141, 2014
Multifunctional and biodegradable polyphosphazenes for use as macromolecular anti-cancer drug carriers
I Teasdale, S Wilfert, I Nischang, O Brüggemann
Polymer Chemistry 2 (4), 828-834, 2011
Selective recognition and separation of β-lactam antibiotics using molecularly imprinted polymers
K Skudar, O Brüggemann, A Wittelsberger, O Ramström
Analytical Communications 36 (9-10), 327-331, 1999
Catalysis of a Diels-Alder cycloaddition with differently fabricated molecularly imprinted polymers
A Visnjevski, R Schomäcker, E Yilmaz, O Brüggemann
Catalysis communications 6 (9), 601-606, 2005
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