Vladimir Atanasov
Vladimir Atanasov
PhD of polymer chemistry, University of Stuttgart
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Membrane on a chip: A functional tethered lipid bilayer membrane on silicon oxide surfaces
V Atanasov, N Knorr, RS Duran, S Ingebrandt, A Offenhäusser, W Knoll, ...
Biophysical journal 89 (3), 1780-1788, 2005
2152005
Highly sulfonated poly (phenylene sulfone): preparation and stability issues
M Schuster, CC de Araujo, V Atanasov, HT Andersen, KD Kreuer, J Maier
Macromolecules 42 (8), 3129-3137, 2009
1642009
A molecular toolkit for highly insulating tethered bilayer lipid membranes on various substrates
V Atanasov, PP Atanasova, IK Vockenroth, N Knorr, I Köper
Bioconjugate chemistry 17 (3), 631-637, 2006
832006
Highly phosphonated polypentafluorostyrene
V Atanasov, J Kerres
Macromolecules 44 (16), 6416-6423, 2011
512011
Cross-linked PBI-based high-temperature membranes: Stability, conductivity and fuel cell performance
J Kerres, V Atanasov
international journal of hydrogen energy 40 (42), 14723-14735, 2015
502015
Highly phosphonated polypentafluorostyrene: Characterization and blends with polybenzimidazole
V Atanasov, D Gudat, B Ruffmann, J Kerres
European polymer journal 49 (12), 3977-3985, 2013
242013
Core− Shell Macromolecules with Rigid Dendritic Polyphenylene Cores and Polymer Shells
V Atanasov, V Sinigersky, M Klapper, K Müllen
Macromolecules 38 (5), 1672-1683, 2005
212005
Sulfonated poly (pentafluorostyrene): Synthesis & characterization
V Atanasov, M Bürger, S Lyonnard, L Porcar, J Kerres
Solid State Ionics 252, 75-83, 2013
172013
Phosphonic acid functionalized poly (pentafluorostyrene) as polyelectrolyte membrane for fuel cell application
V Atanasov, A Oleynikov, J Xia, S Lyonnard, J Kerres
Journal of Power Sources 343, 364-372, 2017
132017
Sulfonated poly (styrene) s‐PBIOO® blend membranes: Thermo‐oxidative stability and conductivity
JA Kerres, A Katzfuß, A Chromik, V Atanasov
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 131 (4), 2014
122014
Highly sulfonated poly (phenylene sulfones): optimization of the polymerization conditions
V Atanasov, M Buerger, A Wohlfarth, M Schuster, KD Kreuer, J Maier
Polymer bulletin 68 (2), 317-326, 2012
112012
Highly phosphonated polypentafluorostyrene blended with polybenzimidazole: Application in vanadium redox flow battery
E Bülbül, V Atanasov, M Mehlhorn, M Bürger, A Chromik, T Häring, ...
Journal of Membrane Science 570, 194-203, 2019
72019
Anchor-Lipid Monolayers at the Air− Water Interface; Prearranging of Model Membrane Systems
PP Atanasova, V Atanasov, I Köper
Langmuir 23 (14), 7672-7678, 2007
72007
ETFE-g-pentafluorostyrene: Functionalization and proton conductivity
V Atanasov, J Kerres
European Polymer Journal 63, 168-176, 2015
62015
Monomers, polymers and cross-linked membranes for membrane fuel cells and electrolysis
JA Kerres, A Chromik, K Krajinovic, A Katzfuss, C Seyb, K Aniol, ...
ECS Transactions 41 (1), 1621, 2011
62011
Highly insulating tethered bilayer membranes. A generic approach for various substrates
V Atanasov, P Atanasova, I Vockenroth, N Knorr, I Köper
Bioconjugate Chem 17, 631-637, 2006
62006
Perfluoro-p-xylene as a new unique monomer for highly stable arylene main-chain ionomers applicable to low-T and high-T fuel cell membranes
I Hajdok, V Atanasov, J Kerres
Polymers 7 (6), 1066-1087, 2015
52015
Hydrophobization of tobacco mosaic virus to control the mineralization of organic templates
P Atanasova, V Atanasov, L Wittum, A Southan, E Choi, C Wege, J Kerres, ...
Nanomaterials 9 (5), 800, 2019
42019
Role of phosphate source in improving the proton conductivity of tin pyrophosphate and its composite electrolytes
KP Ramaiyan, S Herrera, MJ Workman, TA Semelsberger, V Atanasov, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 8 (32), 16345-16354, 2020
32020
Biomimetic systems consisting of lipid membranes bound to an electrically conducting substrate
V Atanasov, I Köper, W Knoll, S Schiller
US Patent 7,518,010, 2009
22009
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