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  1. “Investigating the Energetics of Bioadhesion on Micro-engineered Siloxane Elastomers – Characterizing the Topography, Mechanical Properties and Surface Energy and its Effect on Cell Contact Guidance”
    Adam W. Feinberg, Amy L. Gibson, Wade R. Wilkerson, Charles A. Seegert, Leslie H. Wilson, Lee C. Zhao, Ronald H. Baney, James A. Callow, Maureen E. Callow, and Anthony B. Brennan
    American Chemical Society), ACS Symposia Series, Volume 838
    (Synthesis and Properties of Silicones and Silicone-Modified Materials), 196-211 (2003).
  2. “Glasses, Organic-Inorganic Hybrids”
    A. B. Brennan and T. Miller*
    Kirt-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology,Vol 12, edited by J. Kroschwitz
    John Wiley Publications, Inc., New York, NY, 644-656 (1994). (Invited Chapter)
  3. “Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Interpenetrating Networks”
    A. B. Brennan, T.M. Miller*, and R. B. Vinocur*
    Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Composites, Ch 12, J. E. Mark, C.Y-C Lee, and P.A. Bianconi, Eds.
    (American Chemical Society, Washington, DC), 142-162 (1995).
  4. “Novel Ti/PTMO and Zr/PTMO Hybrid CERAMER Materials By Sol-Gel Processing”
    A. B. Brennan, D. E. Rodrigues*, B. Wang*, and G. L. Wilkes
    Chemical Processing of Advanced Materials, ed L. L. Hench and J. K. West
    John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY, 807-814 (1992).
  5. “Structure-Property Study of Hybrid Materials Incorporating Organic Oligomers Into Sol-Gel Systems”
    H. H. Huang*, R. H. Glaser*, A. B. Brennan, D. E. Rodrigues*, and G. L. Wilkes
    in Ultrastructure Processing of Advanced Materials, Ed D. R. Uhlmann and D. R. Ulrich
    John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York, 425-438 (1992).

*Graduate or Post-Doc Student

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