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Sojoudi H., Arabnejad H., Raiyan A., Shirazi S.A, McKinley G.H, Gleason K.K.  2018.  Scalable and Durable Polymeric Icephobic and Hydrate-phobic Coatings. Soft Matter. 14:3443-3454.
Sojoudi H., McKinley G.H, Gleason K.K.  2015.  Linker-Free Grafting of Fluorinated Polymeric Cross-Linked Network Bilayers for Durable Reduction of Ice Adhesion. Materials Horizons. 2(1):91-99.
Sojoudi H., Wang M., Boscher N.D, McKinley G.H, Gleason K.K.  2016.  Durable and Scalable Icephobic Surfaces: Similarities and Distinctions from Superhydrophobic Surfaces. Soft Matter. 12:1938-1963.
Sojoudi H., Walsh M.R, Gleason K.K, McKinley G.H.  2015.  Designing Durable Vapor-Deposited Surfaces for Reduced Hydrate Adhesion. Advanced Materials Interfaces. 2(6)
Solomon B.R, Chen X., Rapoport L., Helal A., McKinley G.H, Chiang Y.-M, Varanasi K.K.  2018.  Enhancing the Performance of Viscous Electrode-Based Flow Batteries Using Lubricant-Impregnated Surfaces. ACS Applied Energy Materials.
Song J., Rizvi M.H, Lynch B.B, Ilavsky J., Mankus D., Tracy J.B, McKinley G.H, Holten-Andersen N..  2020.  Programmable Anisotropy and Percolation in Supramolecular Patchy Particle Gels. ACS Nano. 14(12)
Srinivasan S., Kleingartner J.A, Gilbert J.B, Cohen R.E, Milne A.J, McKinley G.H.  2015.  Sustainable Drag Reduction in Turbulent Taylor-Couette Flows by Depositing Sprayable Superhydrophobic Surfaces. Physical Review Letters. 114(1)
Srinivasan S., Choi W., Park K.-C, Chhatre S.S, Cohen R.E, McKinley G.H.  2013.  Drag Reduction for Viscous Laminar Flow on Spray-Coated Non-Wetting Surfaces. Soft Matter. 9(24):5691-5702.
Srinivasan S., Chhatre S.S, Guardado J.O, Park K.-C, Parker A., Rubner M.F, McKinley G.H, Cohen R.E.  2014.  Quantification of Feather Structure, Wettability and Resistance to Liquid Penetration. Journal of The Royal Society Interface. 11
Szabo P., McKinley G.H, Clasen C..  2012.  Constant Force Extensional Rheometry of Polymer Solutions. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics. 169-170:26-41.

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