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Ultra-high actuation stress polymer actuators as light-driven artificial muscles
MRA Bhatti, E Bilotti, H Zhang, S Varghese, RCP Verpaalen, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 12 (29), 33210-33218, 2020
412020
Fast, Light-Responsive, Metal-Like Polymer Actuators Generating High Stresses at Low Strain
RCP Verpaalen, ShajiVarghese, ArneFroyen, MP da Cunha, ...
Matter 2 (6), 1522-1534, 2020
342020
Light driven Actuation in Synthetic Polymers: A Review from Fundamental Concepts to Applications
MRA Bhatti, A Kernin, M Tausif, H Zhang, D Papageorgiou, E Bilotti, ...
Advanced Optical Materials, 2022
242022
Dielectric polymer composites with ultra-high thermal conductivity and low dielectric loss
X Yu, MR Bhatti, X Ren, P Steiner, F Di Sacco, M Dong, H Zhang, ...
Composites Science and Technology 229, 109695, 2022
222022
Transcription factor based whole-cell biosensor for specific and sensitive detection of sodium dodecyl sulfate
S Dey, SA Baba, A Bhatt, R Dhyani, NK Navani
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 170, 112659, 2020
202020
Polylactic acid/lyocell fibre as an eco-friendly alternative to polyethylene terephthalate/cotton fibre blended yarns and knitted fabrics
A Jabbar, M Tausif, HR Tahir, A Basit, MRA Bhatti, G Abbas
The Journal of The Textile Institute, 2019
192019
Photo-thermal actuation of ultra-drawn high-density polyethylene
MRA Bhatti, E Bilotti, H Zhang, CWM Bastiaansen, T Peijs
Polymer 207, 122897, 2020
82020
Photo-Actuation Stress of Ultra-Drawn, Chain-Extended Polyethylene
MRA Bhatti, E Bilotti, T Peijs, CWM Bastiaansen
ACS Applied Polymer Materials 3 (4), 2211-2217, 2021
42021
Effect of key process variables on mechanical properties of blended vortex spun yarns
MRA Bhatti, M Tausif, MA Mir, M Umar, T Cassidy
The journal of the Textile Institute 110 (6), 932-940, 2019
42019
Light-driven Actuation In Ultra-drawn Chain-oriented Polymers
MRA Bhatti
Queen Mary University of London, 2021
2021
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