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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Key Publications
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1.    Kim, S. and Yu, H.  Lateral diffusion of amphiphiles and macromolecules at the air/water interface. J. Phys. Chem. 96(10):4034-4040.  1992.


2.    Kim, S., Yu, J. -W. and Han, C. C.  Shear light scattering photometer with opticalmicroscope for the study of polymer blends. Rev. Sci. Inst. 67(11):3940-3947.  1996.


3.    Kim, S., Hobbie, E. K., Yu, J. -W. and Han, C. C.  Droplet breakup and
shear-induced mixing in critical polymer blends. Macromolecules.
30(26):8245-8253.  1997.


4.    Kim, S., Hobbie, E. K., Yu, J. -W. and Han, C. C.  Pattern formation and scaling in critical polymer mixtures under simple shear flow. Il Nuovo Cimento D. 20(12bis):2303-2314.  2000.


5.    Jeon, H. S., Kim, S. and Han, C. C.  Phase separation induced by shear quenching in polymer blends with a diblock copolymer. J. Polym. Sci. Part B. 39:819-830.  2001.


6.    Kim, S. and Willett, J. L.  An optical microscope for the study of biopolymer solutions under shear field. Rev. Sci. Inst. 72(11):4252-4260.  2001.


7.    Kim, S., Willett, J. L., Carriere, C. J. and Felker, F. C.  Shear-thickening and
shear-induced pattern formation in starch solutions. Carbohydr. Polym.
47:347-356.  2002.


8.    Kim, S. and Willett, J. L.  Isolation of amylose from starch solutions by phase separation. Starch. 56(1):29-36.  2004.


9.    Kim, S., Sessa, D. J. and Lawton, J. W.  Characterization of zein modified with a mild cross-linking agent. Ind. Crops Prod. 20(3):291-300.  2004.


10.  Kim, S., Xu, J., Biswas, A. and Willett, J. L.  Shear-induced aggregate formation in starch solutions. Carbohydr. Polym. 64(2):168-174.  2006.


11.  Kim, S. and Inglett, G. E.  Molecular weight and ionic strength dependence of fluorescence intensity of the Calcofluor/beta-glucan complex in flow-injection analysis. J. Food Comp. Anal. 19(5):466-472.  2006.


12.  Kim, S.  Processing and properties of gluten/zein composite. Bioresour. Technol. 99(4):2032-2036.  2008.


13.  Kim, S. and Xu, J.  Aggregate formation of zein and its structural inversion in aqueous ethanol. J. Cereal Sci., 47(1):1-5.  2008.


14.  Han, M. G., Kim, S. and Liu, S. X.  Synthesis and degradation behavior of
poly(ethyl cyanoacrylate). Polym. Degrad. Stabil. 93(7):1243-1251.  2008.


15.  Kim, S., Inglett, G. E. and Liu, S. X.  Content and molecular weight distribution of oat beta-glucan in oatrim, nutrim, and c-trim products. Cereal Chem.
85(5):701-705.  2008.


16.  Singh, M. and Kim, S.  Yogurt fermentation in the presence of starch-lipid composite. J. Food Sci. 74(2):C85-C89.  2009.


17.  Han, M. G. and Kim, S.  Controlled degradation of poly(ethyl cyanoacrylate-co-methyl methacrylate) (PECA-co-PMMA) copolymers. Polymer. 50(5):1270-1280.   2009.


18.  Kim, S., Xu, J. and Liu, S. X.  Production of biopolymer composites by particle bonding. Compos. Part A.-Appl. S. 41:146-153.  2010.


19.  Kim, S.  Production of composites by using gliadin as a bonding material.
J. Cereal Sci. 54(1):168-172.  2011.


20.  Kim, S.Starch-filled polymer composites.  Society of Plastics Engineers, Plastics Research Online. DOI: 10.1002/spepro.004339.  2012.


21.  Singh, M., Kim, S.and Liu, S. X.  Effect of purified oat ?-glucan on fermentation of set-style yogurt mix. J. Food Sci. 77(8):E195-E201.  2012.


22.  Kim, S.and Peterson, S. C.  Development of degradable polymer composites from starch and poly(ethyl cyanoacrylate). Polym. Composite. 33(6):904-911.  2012.


23.  Kim, S., Biswas, A., Singh, M., Peterson, S. C. and Liu, S. X.  Thermal dissolution of maize starches in aqueous medium. J. Cereal Sci. 56(1):720-725.  2012.


24.  Kim, S., Evans, K. and Biswas. A.  Production of BSA-poly(ethyl cyanoacrylate) nanoparticles as a coating material that improves wetting property.
Colloid. Surface. B.
107:68-75.  2013.


25. Kim, S. and Kim, Y.  Production of gliadin-poly(ethyl cyanoacrylate) nanoparticles for hydrophilic coating. J. Nanopart. Res. 16(2):1-10.  2014.



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