Publications

Brettmann Publications and Patents

Publications

  1. Khan, N., Zaragoza, N. Z., Travis, C. E., Goswami, M., Brettmann, B. K. (2020), Polyelectrolyte Complex Coacervate Assembly with Cellulose
    Nanofibers. ACS Omega. [PDF]
  2. Banerjee, M., Saraswatula, S., Williams, A., Brettmann, B. (2020), Effect of Purification Methods on Commercially Available Cellulose Nanocrystal Properties and TEMPO Oxidation. Processes, 8 (6), 698. [Full text]
  3. Faubel, J. F., Patel, R. P., Wei, W., Curtis, J. E., Brettmann, B. K. (2019), Giant Hyaluronan Polymer Brushes Display Polyelectrolyte Brush Polymer Physics Behavior. ACS Macro Lett., 8 (10), 1323-1327. [PDF]
  4. Woods, H., Boddorff, A., Ewaldz, E., Adams, Z., Ketcham, M., Jang, D.J., Sinner, E., Thadhani, N. and Brettmann, B. (2019), Rheological Considerations for Binder Development in Direct Ink Writing of Energetic Materials. Prop., Explos., Pyrotech., 44, 1-11.  [PDF]
  5. Ewaldz, E. and Brettmann, B. (2019). Molecular Interactions in Electrospinning: From Polymer Mixtures to Supramolecular Assemblies. ACS Applied Polymer Materials, 1(3), 298-308. [PDF]
  6. Khan, N., Brettmann, B. (2019). Intermolecular interactions in polyelectrolyte and surfactant complexes in solution. Polymers11(51). [PDF]
  7. Banerjee M., Saraswatula S., Willows L., Woods, H., Brettmann B. (2018). Pharmaceutical crystallization in surface-modified nanocellulose organogels. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 6, 7317-7328. [PDF]
  8. Ewaldz E., Patel R., Banerjee M., Brettmann B. (2018). Material Selection in Electrospinning Microparticles. Polymer, 153, 529-537.
  9. Yu, J., Jackson, N. E., Xu, X., Brettmann, B. K., Ruths, M., de Pablo, J. J., & Tirrell, M. (2017). Multivalent ions induce lateral structural inhomogeneities in polyelectrolyte brushes. Science advances3(12), eaao1497. [PDF] 
  10. Brettmann, B., Pincus, P., & Tirrell, M. (2017). Lateral structure formation in polyelectrolyte brushes induced by multivalent ions. Macromolecules50(3), 1225-1235. [PDF]
  11. Jackson, N. E., Brettmann, B. K., Vishwanath, V., Tirrell, M., & de Pablo, J. J. (2017). Comparing solvophobic and multivalent induced collapse in polyelectrolyte brushes. ACS Macro Letters6(2), 155-160. [PDF]
  12. Marciel, A. B., Chung, E. J., Brettmann, B. K., & Leon, L. (2017). Bulk and nanoscale polypeptide based polyelectrolyte complexes. Advances in colloid and interface science239, 187-198. [PDF]
  13. Brettmann, B. K., Laugel, N., Hoffmann, N., Pincus, P., & Tirrell, M. (2016). Bridging contributions to polyelectrolyte brush collapse in multivalent salt solutions. Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry54(2), 284-291. [PDF]
  14. Quon, J. L., Chadwick, K., Wood, G. P., Sheu, I., Brettmann, B. K., Myerson, A. S., & Trout, B. L. (2013). Templated nucleation of acetaminophen on spherical excipient agglomerates. Langmuir29(10), 3292-3300. [PDF]
  15. Brettmann, B. K., Cheng, K., Myerson, A. S., & Trout, B. L. (2013). Electrospun formulations containing crystalline active pharmaceutical ingredients. Pharmaceutical research30(1), 238-246. [PDF]
  16. Brettmann, B. K., Tsang, S., Forward, K. M., Rutledge, G. C., Myerson, A. S., & Trout, B. L. (2012). Free surface electrospinning of fibers containing microparticles. Langmuir28(25), 9714-9721. [PDF]
  17. Brettmann, B. K., Myerson, A. S., & Trout, B. L. (2012). Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance study of the physical stability of electrospun drug and polymer solid solutions. Journal of pharmaceutical sciences101(6), 2185-2193. [PDF]
  18. Brettmann, B., Bell, E., Myerson, A., & Trout, B. (2012). Solid-state NMR characterization of high-loading solid solutions of API and excipients formed by electrospinning. Journal of pharmaceutical sciences101(4), 1538-1545. [PDF]
  19. He, X., Brettmann, B., & Jung, H. (2009). Effects of test methods on crevice corrosion repassivation potential measurements of alloy 22. Corrosion65(7), 449-460. [PDF]
  20. Matteucci, M. E., Brettmann, B. K., Rogers, T. L., Elder, E. J., Williams Iii, R. O., & Johnston, K. P. (2007). Design of potent amorphous drug nanoparticles for rapid generation of highly supersaturated media. Molecular Pharmaceutics4(5), 782-793. [PDF]

Patents

  1. Mekhilef, N., Czarnecka, B., Peet, J., Malefant, E., Brettmann, B. K., Teng, H. (2018). U.S. Patent No. 9,890,298. [PDF]
  2. Trout, B. L., Hatton, T. A., … Brettmann, B. K., Padhye, N., Chun, J. H. (2015). U.S. Patent No. 9,205,089[PDF].
  3. Brettmann, B. K., Familia, A. M., Lai, C. H., Moerkerke, R., & Kamath, M. (2015). U.S. Patent Application No. 14/572,432. [PDF]
  4. Trout, B. L., Brettmann, B. K., & Myerson, A. S. (2013). U.S. Patent Application No. 13/832,812. [PDF]