Michail Vardavoulias, Paraskevi Gkomoza, Michael Arkas, Dimitrios K. Niakolas and Stylianos G. Neophytides, Thermal Spray Multilayer Ceramic Structures with Potential for Solid Oxide Cell Applications Coatings, MDPI AG, Volume 11, Pages: 682, 2021 [doi]

Marilina Douloudi, Eleni Nikoli, Theodora Katsika, Michalis Vardavoulias and Michael Arkas, Dendritic Polymers as Promising Additives for the Manufacturing of Hybrid Organoceramic Nanocomposites with Ameliorated Properties Suitable for an Extensive Diversity of Applications Nanomaterials, MDPI AG, Volume 11, Pages: 19, 2020 [doi]

Michael Arkas, I. Kitsou, A. Gkouma and M. Papageorgiou, The role of hydrogen bonds in the mesomorphic behaviour of supramolecular assemblies organized in dendritic architectures Liquid Crystals Reviews, Informa UK Limited, Volume 7, Pages: 60–105, 2019 [doi]

Petrakli, F., Arkas, M. and Tsetsekou, A., ?-Alumina nanospheres from nano-dispersed boehmite synthesized by a wet chemical route Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Volume 101, Pages: 3508-3519, 2018 [doi]

Papavasiliou, A. and Arkas, M., Effects of Hydrogen-Bonding on the Liquid Crystalline Properties of Dendritic Polymers Liquid Crystalline Polymers: Volume 1-Structure and Chemistry, Pages: 173-194, 2015 [doi]

Michael Arkas, Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Materials Based on Functionalized Dendritic Polymers: Methods of Preparation, Applications and Future Prospects Journal of Material Science & Engineering, OMICS Publishing Group, Volume 01, 2012 [doi]

Tsiourvas, D., Tsetsekou, A., Arkas, M., Diplas, S. and Mastrogianni, E., Covalent attachment of a bioactive hyperbranched polymeric layer to titanium surface for the biomimetic growth of calcium phosphates Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, Volume 22, Pages: 85-96, 2011 [doi]

Arkas, M., Tsiourvas, D. and Paleos, C.M., Functional dendritic polymers for the development of hybrid materials for water purification Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, Volume 295, Pages: 883-898, 2010 [doi]


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