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Nuttapol Risangud

Nuttapol received his Bachelor of Science (BSc.) degree in Chemistry from the University Of Manchester in 2012. He has joined Haddleton research group, where he gained his experience in polymer science, since 2013. He started his scientific research with polymerization of water soluble polymer in aqueous media via single electron transfer living radical polymerization. During his Ph.D., he has spent his effort to investigate copper (0) mediated radical polymerization condition of methacrylate derivative monomers, especially isocyanate functional monomer. Biodegradable polymer, catalyst-free interfacial polymerization, and microencapsulation are also under his interest to synthesize biodegradable liquid core microcapsule to use in different areas, particularly agriculture application.


Publications

[1] Christopher Waldron, David M. Haddleton,* Paul Wilson, and Nuttapol Risangud, Absolut Educations Research background Publications “copper catalyzation perfected”; robust living polymerization of NIPAM: Guinness is good for SET-LRP, Polym. Chem., 2014, 5, 57–61
[2] Nuttapol Risangud, Zhijian Li, Athina Anastasaki, Paul Wilson, Kristian Kempe and David M. Haddleton, Hydrosilylation as an efficient tool for polymer synthesis and modification with methacrylates, RSC Adv., 2015, 5, 5879–5885
[3] Vasiliki Nikolaou, Alexandre Simula, Martijn Droesbeke, Nuttapol Risangud, Athina Anastasaki, Kristian Kempe, PaulWilson, and David M. Haddleton, Polymerisation of 2- acrylamido-2-methylpropane sulfonic acid sodium salt (NaAMPS) and acryloyl phosphatidylcholine (APC) via aqueous Cu(0)-mediated radical polymerization, Polym. Chem.,2016, 7,2452–2456
[4] Nuttapol Risangud, Thomas R. Congdon, Daniel J. Keddie, Paul Wilson, Kristian Kempe, David M. Haddleton, Polyurea Microcapsules from Isocyanatoethyl Methacrylate Copolymers, Journal of polymer science, part A: polymer chemistry, 2016, 54, 2698-2705

 

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Email:
N.risangud@warwick.ac.uk

Office phone number:
+44 24 765 22179

Mailing address:
Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick
Library Road, CV4 7AL
Coventry, UK