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Dr. Song Liu

University of Manitoba, Canada


Email: lius0@cc.umanitoba.ca


Qualifications


2007   Ph.D., University of California, Davis,  Agricultural and Environmental Chemistry with emphasis on Fiber and Polymer Science

2001   Master of Engineering, China Textile University (Now: Donghua University), Textile Chemistry

1997   Bachelor of Engineering, China Textile University (Now: Donghua University), Textile Chemistry


Publications (Selected)

  1. He, W., Gu, X., Liu, S.* Surfactant-free One Step Synthesis of Dual-functional Polyurea Microcapsule: Contact Infection Control and Drug Delivery. 2012, submitted to Advanced Functional Materials.
  2. Li, L., Pu, T., Zhanel, G.G., Zhao N., Liu S.* New biocides with both N-chloramine and quaternary ammonium salt moieties exert enhanced bactericidal activity. 2012, submitted to Advanced Healthcare Materials.
  3. Li, L., Zhao N., Liu S.* Versatile Surface Biofunctionalization of Poly(ethylene terephthalate) (PET) by Interpenetrating Polymerization of a butynyl Monomer Followed by “Click” Chemistry. Polymer 2012; 53(1): 63-78.
  4. Zhao, N., Logsetty, S., Liu S.* Durability of N-halamine Biocide to Ethylene Oxide Sterilization. Journal of Burn Care & Research 2011. (in press).
  5. Zhao, N., Liu, S.* Thermoplastic Semi-IPN of Polypropylene (PP) and Polymeric N-halamine for Efficient and Durable Antibacterial Activity. European Polymer Journal 2011; 47 (8):1654-1663.
  6. Zhao, N., Zhanel, G.G., Liu, S.* Thermoplastic Semi-Interpenetration Network of Poly( ethylene terephthalate) and Polymeric N-halamine: Regenerability of Antibacterial Performance, Journal of Applied Polymer Science 2011;120(1): 611–622.
  7. Rudenja, S., Zhao, N., Liu, S.* Surface Interpenetrating Networks of Polyacrylamide in Poly(ethylene terephthalate) as a Means of Surface Modification. European Polymer Journal 2010; 46(10): 2078-2084.
  8. Liu, S.*, Zhao, N., & Rudenja, S. Surface Interpenetrating Networks of Poly(ethylene terephthalate) and Polyamides for Effective Biocidal Property. Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 2010; 211(3):286-296.
  9. Liu, S., Sun, G. New Refreshable N-Halamine Polymeric Biocides: N-Chlorination of Acyclic Amide Grafted Cellulose. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 2009; 48(2): 613-618.
  10. Liu S., Sun G. Biocidal Acyclic Halamine Polymers: Conversion of Acrylamide-Grafted-Cotton to Acyclic Halamine. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 2008; 108(6): 3480-3486.
  11. Liu S., Sun G. Radical Graft Functional Modification of Cellulose with Allyl and Vinyl Monomers: Chemistry and Structure Characterization. Carbohydrate Polymers 2008; 71:614-625.
  12. Liu, S., Sun, G. Radical Graft Functional Modification of Poly(ethylene terephthalate) with Allyl Monomer: Chemistry and Structure Characterization. Polymer 2008; 49: 5225–5232. This article was highlighted in VerticalNews Technology in its newsletter released on January 13th, 2009: “Findings from University of California advance knowledge in polymer research”.
  13. Liu S., Sun G. Durable and Regenerable Biocidal Polymers: Acyclic N-Halamine Cotton Cellulose. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2006; 45:6477-6482.


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Last Updated: August, 2012.

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