Publications

Scientific Publications in International Refereed Journals (1986-2017):

2017

  1. Morphology and Mechanical Properties of Star Block Copolymer Modified Epoxy Resin Blends Shankar P Khatiwada, C Sarath Chandran, Ralf Lach, Marco Liebscher, Jean Marc Saiter, Sabu Thomas, Gert Heinrich, Rameshwar Adhikari, Materials Today: Proceedings 4 (4), 5734-5742
  2. Preparation, characterization and anti-colitis activity of curcumin-asafoetida complex encapsulated in turmeric nanofiber Sreeraj Gopi, Augustine Amalraj, Shintu Jude, Karthik Varma, TR Sreeraj, Józef T Haponiuk, Sabu Thomas, Materials Science and Engineering: C 81, 20-31
  3. Turmeric nanofiber encapsulated natural product formulation act as a phytogenic feed additive–A study in broilers on growth performance, biochemical indices of blood and E. Coli in Caecum,  S Gopi, A Amalraj, K Varma, S Jude, PB Reddy, C Divya, JT Haponiuk
    International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials
  4. Gelatin modified lipid nanoparticles for anti retroviral drug delivery
    KS Joshy, S Snigdha, N Kalarikkal, LA Pothen, S Thomas
    Chemistry and Physics of Lipids
  5. Elastomer/thermoplastic modified epoxy nanocomposites: The hybrid effect of ‘micro’and ‘nano’scale
    D Puglia, MASA Al-Maadeed, JM Kenny, S Thomas
    Materials Science and Engineering: R: Reports 116, 1-29
  6. UV protective poly (lactic acid)/rosin films for sustainable packaging
    M Narayanan, S Loganathan, RB Valapa, S Thomas, TO Varghese
    International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 99, 37-45
  7. Alkali Treatment to Improve Physical, Mechanical and Chemical Properties of Lignocellulosic Natural Fibers for Use in Various Applications
    S Manna, P Saha, S Chowdhury, S Thomas, V Sharma
    Lignocellulosic Biomass Production and Industrial Applications, 47-63
  8. Preparation of a novel bioavailable curcuminoid formulation (Cureit™) using Polar-Nonpolar-Sandwich (PNS) technology and its characterization and applications
    A Amalraj, S Jude, K Varma, J Jacob, S Gopi, OS Oluwafemi, S Thomas
    Materials Science and Engineering: C 75, 359-367
  9. Chitin nanowhisker (ChNW)-functionalized electrospun PVDF membrane for enhanced removal of Indigo carmine
    S Gopi, P Balakrishnan, A Pius, S Thomas
    Carbohydrate Polymers 165, 115-122
  10. Novel Dendrite structure of Alginate Hybrid Nanoparticles for effective Anti Viral Drug Delivery
    KS Joshy, A George, J Jose, N Kalarikkal, LA Pothen, S Thomas
    International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
  11. Influence of perfluorocarbons on Carbamazepine and Benzodiazepine for a neuro-lung protective strategy
    V Natchimuthu, S Thomas, M Ramalingam, S Ravi
    Journal of Clinical Neuroscience
  12. Green materials for aerospace industries
    S Gopi, P Balakrishnan, MS Sreekala, A Pius, S Thomas
    Biocomposites for High-Performance Applications: Current Barriers and Future
  13. Dendrimers: General Aspects, Applications and Structural Exploitations as Prodrug/Drug-delivery Vehicles in Current Medicine.
    M Mariyam, K Ghosal, A George, S Thomas, N Kalarikkal, MS Latha
    Mini reviews in medicinal chemistry
  14. Handbook of Cellulose Nanocomposites
    H Kargarzadeh, I Ahmad, S Thomas
    John Wiley & Sons
  15. Transport behaviour of aromatic solvents through styrene butadiene rubber/poly [methyl methacrylate](SBR/PMMMA) interpenetrating polymer network (IPN) membranes
    J James, GV Thomas, KP Pramoda, S Thomas
    Polymer 116, 76-88
  16. Tunable morphology and hydrophilicity to epoxy resin from copper oxide nanoparticles
    AT Sunny, M Mozetic, G Primc, S Mathew, S Thomas
    Composites Science and Technology
  17. Development of nanoscale morphology and role of viscoelastic phase separation on the properties of epoxy/recycled polyurethane blends
    A Reghunadhan, J Datta, N Kalarikkal, S Thomas
    Polymer
  18. Morphology, transport characteristics and viscoelastic polymer chain confinement in nanocomposites based on thermoplastic potato starch and cellulose nanofibers from pineapple leaf
    P Balakrishnan, MS Sreekala, M Kunaver, M Huskić, S Thomas
    Carbohydrate Polymers
  19. POLYMER SUTURES FOR SIMULTANEOUS WOUND HEALING AND DRUG DELIVERY-A REVIEW
    B Joseph, A George, S Gopi, N Kalarikkal, S Thomas
    International Journal of Pharmaceutics
  20. To What Extent Can Hyperelastic Models Make Sense the Effect of Clay Surface Treatment on the Mechanical Properties of Elastomeric Nanocomposites?
    SMR Paran, MR Saeb, K Formela, V Goodarzi, P Vijayan, D Puglia, ...
    Macromolecular Materials and Engineering
  21. Rigid Amorphous Phase: Mechanical and Transport Properties of Nitrile Rubber/Clay Nanocomposites
    S Thomasa, SC George, S Thomas
    Progress in Rubber, Plastics and Recycling Technology 33 (2), 103
  22. Optimized polyaniline‐transition metal oxide composites: A comparative study of alternating current conductivity via correlated barrier hopping model
    R Megha, YT Ravikiran, SC Vijaya Kumari, T Chandrasekhar, S Thomas
    Polymer Composites
  23. Evaluation of Versatile CdS Nanomaterials Based Liquid Crystals Switchable Device
    K Pal, S Thomas, ML Mohan
    Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 17 (4), 2401-2412
  24. Influence of n-type nickel ferrite in enhancing the AC conductivity of optimized polyaniline-nickel ferrite nanocomposite
    R Megha, YT Ravikiran, SCV Kumari, S Thomas
    Applied Physics A 123 (4), 245
  25. Smart in-plane switching of nanowires embedded liquid crystal matrix
    K Pal, HJ Maria, S Thomas, M Mohan
    Organic Electronics 42, 256-268
  26. Electrochemical studies on composite gel polymer electrolytes for lithium sulfur‐batteries
    A Natarajan, AM Stephan, CH Chan, N Kalarikkal, S Thomas
    Journal of Applied Polymer Science 134 (11)
  27. Rapid methylene blue adsorption using modified lignocellulosic materials
    S Manna, D Roy, P Saha, D Gopakumar, S Thomas
    Process Safety and Environmental Protection
  28. Investigation into dielectric behaviour and electromagnetic interference shielding effectiveness of conducting styrene butadiene rubber composites containing ionic liquid modified MWCNT
    J Abraham, P Xavier, S Bose, SC George, N Kalarikkal, S Thomas
    Polymer 112, 102-115
  29. Handbook of Nanocellulose and Cellulose Nanocomposites, 2 Volume Set
    H Kargarzadeh, I Ahmad, S Thomas, A Dufresne
    John Wiley & Sons
  30. Mechanism of phase separation in a weakly interacting system with strong dynamic asymmetry
    CS Chandran, F Antolasic, RA Shanks, S Thomas
    Journal of Applied Polymer Science
  31. Effect of organoclay on the solvent diffusion behavior and mechanical properties of natural rubber nanocomposites
    AP Meera, S Thomas, AK Zachariah, W Yang
    Polymer Composites
  32. Electrospun poly(vinylidene fluoride-trifluoroethylene)/zinc oxide nanocomposite tissue engineering scaffolds with enhanced cell adhesion and blood vessel formation
    DR Robin Augustine (*), Pan Dan3,§, Alejandro Sosnik, Nandakumar Kalarikkal ...
    Nano Research
  33. The role of clay modifier on cure characteristics and properties of epoxy/clay/carboxyl-terminated poly (butadiene-co-acrylonitrile)(CTBN) hybrid
    P Vijayan P, D Puglia, P Vijayan P, JM Kenny, S Thomas
    Materials Technology 32 (3), 171-177
  34. Realization of Enhanced Magnetoelectric Coupling and Raman Spectroscopic Signatures in 0-0 Type Hybrid Multiferroic Core-Shell Geometric Nanostructures
    AR Abraham, B Raneesh, T Woldu, S Aškrabić, S Lazovic, ...
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C
  35. Probing the Density Variation of Confined Polymer Thin Films via Simple Model-Independent Nanoparticle Adsorption
    AB Unni, G Vignaud, JP Chapel, J Giermanska, JK Bal, N Delorme, ...
    Macromolecules
  36. Curing Enhancement and Network Effects in Multi Walled Carbon Nanotube filled Vulcanized Natural Rubber‐Evidence for Solvent Sensing
    D Ponnamma, KT Varughese, MAA Al‐Maadeed, S Thomas
    Polymer International
  37. Enhanced photocatalytic performance of ZnO nanostructures produced via a quick microwave assisted route for the degradation of rhodamine in aqueous solution
    RM Thankachan, N Joy, J Abraham, N Kalarikkal, S Thomas, ...
    Materials Research Bulletin 85, 131-139
  38. Meldrum’s Acid Modified Cellulose Nanofiber-Based Polyvinylidene Fluoride Microfiltration Membrane for Dye Water Treatment and Nanoparticle Removal
    DA Gopakumar, D Pasquini, MA Henrique, LC de Morais, Y Grohens, ...
    ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering
  39. Methods for Extraction of Nanocellulose from Various Sources
    H Kargarzadeh, M Ioelovich, I Ahmad, S Thomas, A Dufresne
    Handbook of Nanocellulose and Cellulose Nanocomposites, 1-49
  40. Rheological Properties of Nanocomposites Based on Cellulose Nanofibrils and Cellulose Nanocrystals
    R Mavelil‐Sam, B Deepa, RR Koshy, SK Mary, LA Pothan, S Thomas
    Handbook of Nanocellulose and Cellulose Nanocomposites, 481-521
  41. Biodegradable starch/PVOH/laponite RD-based bionanocomposite films coated with graphene oxide: Preparation and performance characterization for food packaging applications
    C Sharma, PH Manepalli, A Thatte, S Thomas, N Kalarikkal, S Alavi
    Colloid and Polymer Science, 1-14
  42. Microbial Barrier Property and Blood Compatibility Studies of Electrospun Poly-ƹ-Caprolactone/Zinc Oxide Nanocomposite Scaffolds
    R Augustine, N Kalarikkal, S Thomas, Р Аугустин, Н Калариккал, ...
    Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University
  43. Electrospun polycaprolactone (PCL) scaffolds embedded with europium hydroxide nanorods (EHNs) with enhanced vascularization and cell proliferation for tissue engineering applications
    R Augustine, SK Nethi, N Kalarikkal, S Thomas, CR Patra
    Journal of Materials Chemistry B
  44. Dynamic energy transfer in non-covalently functionalized reduced graphene oxide/silver nanoparticle hybrid (NF-RGO/Ag) with NF-RGO as the donor material
    EHM Sakho, OS Oluwafemi, S Thomas, N Kalarikkal
    Journal of materials science. Materials in electronics 28 (3), 2651-2659
  45. Mechanical Properties of Short Sisal Fibre Reinforced Phenol Formaldehyde Eco-Friendly Composites
    MG Maya, SC George, T Jose, MS Sreekala, S Thomas
    Polymers from Renewable Resources 8 (1), 27
  46. Fluticasone propionate is a synthetic corticosteroid drug distinguished by its potent anti-inflammatory action with low systemic side effects in comparison to other corticosteroids making it a potential drug for local buccal delivery. The aim of the present study was to design mucoadhesive buccal film containing fluticasone that is aesthetically acceptable and could maintain local drug release for...
    K Ghosal, A Manakhov, L Zajíčková, S Thomas
    AAPS PharmSciTech 18 (1), 156-165
  47. Fabrication of graphene oxide and hyperbranched polyurethane composite via in situ polymerization with improved mechanical and dielectric properties
    SK Yadav, A Suri, MO Ansari, S Thomas
    Polymer Composites
  48. Presence of Vacuoles in Natural Rubber/Cloisite 15A Nanocomposites
    MP Didović, D Klepac, AP Meera, S Thomas, S Valić
    Journal of applied polymer science
  49. A high-performance BaTiO 3-grafted-GO-laden poly (ethylene oxide)-based membrane as an electrolyte for all-solid lithium-batteries, Angulakshmi, N, Ab Goutam, Prasanna Kar, Suryasarathi Bose, E Bhoje Gowd, Sabu Thomas, and A Manuel Stephan, Mater. Chem. Front. Mater. Chem. Front 1 (1): 269–77. 

2016

  1. Fabrication and characterization of biosilver nanoparticles loaded calcium pectinate nano-micro dual-porous antibacterial wound dressings Augustine, R., Augustine, A., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016).. Progress in Biomaterials, 5(3-4), 223-235.
  2. Environmental Fate of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles: Risks and Benefits. Beegam, Asfina, Parvathy Prasad, Jiya Jose, Miguel Oliveira, Fernando G. Costa, Amadeu MVM Soares, Paula P. Gonçalves et al. (2016): "TOXICOLOGY-NEW ASPECTS TO THIS SCIENTIFIC CONUNDRUM 81.
  3. Multiwalled carbon nanotubes@ octavinyl polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxanes nanocomposite preparation via cross-linking reaction in acidic media. Somasekharan, L., Thomas, S., Comoy, C., Sivasankarapillai, A., Kalarikkal, N., & Lamouroux, E. (2016). Journal of Nanoparticle Research18(11), 337.
  4. Electrochemical studies on composite gel polymer electrolytes for lithium sulfur‐batterie Natarajan, A., Stephan, A. M., Chan, C. H., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016). s. Journal of Applied Polymer Science.
  5. Enhanced adsorption of crystal violet by synthesized and characterized chitin nano whiskers from shrimp shell Gopi, S., Pius, A., & Thomas, S. (2016)..Journal of Water Process Engineering.
  6. Preparation and Characterization of Poly (butylene succinate) Bionanocomposites Reinforced with Cellulose Nanofiber Extracted from Helicteres isora Plant Joy, J., Jose, C., Varanasi, S. B., Mathew, P., Thomas, S., & Pilla, S. (2016)..Journal of Renewable Materials4(5), 351-364.
  7. Antimicrobial, antibiofilm, and microbial barrier properties of poly (ε-caprolactone)/cloisite 30B thin films.Babu, S. S., Mathew, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016). 3 Biotech6(2), 249.
  8. A high-performance BaTiO 3-grafted-GO-laden poly (ethylene oxide)-based membrane as an electrolyte for all-solid lithium-batteries Angulakshmi, N., Kar, G. P., Bose, S., Gowd, E. B., Thomas, S., & Stephan, A. M. (2017).. Materials Chemistry Frontiers.
  9. Interfacial interactions of thermally reduced graphene in poly (trimethylene terephthalate)-epoxy resin based composites Chandran, C. S., Czajka, M., Chan, C. H., Shanks, R. A., & Thomas, S. (2016).. Polymer.
  10. Dynamic energy transfer in non-covalently functionalized reduced graphene oxide/silver nanoparticle hybrid (NF-RGO/Ag) with NF-RGO as the donor material Oluwafemi, O. S., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N.. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 1-9.
  11. Tackling chemical etching and its mechanisms of polyphenolic composites in various reactive low temperature plasmas Puliyalil, H., Filipič, G., Kovač, J., Mozetič, M., Thomas, S., & Cvelbar, U. (2016).. RSC Advances, 6(97), 95120-95128.
  12. Om Namah Shivaya Chanting For Management Of Stress In Elderly Women With Hypertension Priya P. Roy, Sailesh Sai Kumar , Archana R., Soumya Mishra, Arati Amin, Sabu Thomas,Udaya Kumar Reddy and Supriya Rajan (2016) IJPSR, 7(11): 1000-04.
  13. Microwave Absorption in MWNTs‐Based Soft Composites Containing Nanocrystalline Particles as Magnetic Core and Intrinsically Conducting Polymer as a Conductive Layer Bhingardive, V., Woldu, T., Biswas, S., Kar, G. P., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Bose, S. (2016).. ChemistrySelect, 1(15), 4747-4752.
  14. Dynamic application of novel electro-optic switchable device modulation by graphene oxide dispersed liquid crystal cell assembling CdS nanowires. Pal, K., Mohan, M. M., & Thomas, S. (2016). Organic Electronics, 39, 25-37.
  15. Percolated network formation in biocidal 3D porous PCL/clay nanocomposite scaffolds: effect of organic modifier on interfacial and water sorption properties. Elias, E., Zachariah, A. K., Kumar, V., Sunil, M. A., Bose, S., Souza, F. G., & Thomas, S. (2016).RSC Advances, 6(88), 85107-85116.
  16. Solvent Assisted Rinsing: Stability/Instability of Ultrathin Polymer Residual Layer Beena Unni, A., G. Vignaud, J. K. Bal, N. Delorme, T. Beuvier, S. Thomas, Y. Grohens, and A. Gibaud. (2016): Macromolecules 49, no. 5 1807-1815.
  17. Contact Angle Studies in XLPE Hybrid Nanocomposites with Inorganic Nanofillers Jose, J. P., Abraham, J., Maria, H. J., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2016, August).. In Macromolecular Symposia (Vol. 366, No. 1, pp. 66-78).
  18. Copper oxide nanoparticles in an epoxy network: microstructure, chain confinement and mechanical behaviour.Sunny, A. T., Adhikari, R., Mathew, S., & Thomas, S. (2016). Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 18(29), 19655-19667.
  19. Solvent Transport Characteristics of Thermoplastic Elastomer Blends Based on Nylon and NBR Abraham, J., Muraleedharan, K., Radhesh Kumar, C., Thomas, S., & George, S. C. (2016).. Polymer Engineering & Science.
  20. Electrospinning of polycaprolactone (PCL) with collagen coating from environmentally benign solvent: Preliminary physico-chemical studies for skin substitute.Ghosal, K., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Gnanamani, A
  21. Mechanical properties of polyphenylene oxide/talc composites with and without coupling agent Rane, A. V., Kanny, K., Vayyaprontavida Kaliyathan, A., Joshi, S., & Thomas, S. (2016).. Materials Research Innovations, 1-6.
  22. Studies on Dynamic Ageing Conditions for Life Cycle Prediction of Tyre Tread.Abitha, V. K., Rane, A. V., Kanny, K., & Thomas, S.
  23.  Mechanisms of hydrophobization of polymeric composites etched in CF4 plasma.Puliyalil, H., Recek, N., Filipič, G., Čekada, M., Jerman, I., Mozetič, M., ... & Cvelbar, U. (2016 Surface and Interface Analysis.
  24. Correction: Mechanically strong, flexible and thermally stable graphene oxide/nanocellulosic films with enhanced dielectric properties. Beeran, Y., Bobnar, V., Gorgieva, S., Grohens, Y., Finšgar, M., Thomas, S., & Kokol, V. (2016). RSC Advances, 6(62), 57473-57474.
  25. Monitoring and separation of food-borne pathogens using magnetic nanoparticles (2016) Augustine, R., Abraham, A. R.,  Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. Novel Approaches of Nanotechnology in Food, 1, 271-312.
  26. Influence of temperature on the confinement effects of micro and nano level graphite filled poly (isoprene-co-isobutylene) composites. Ponnamma, D., Saiter, A., Saiter, J. M., Thomas, S., Grohens, Y., AlMaadeed, M. A. A., & Sadasivuni, K. K. (2016). Journal of Polymer Research, 23(7), 1-8.
  27. Nylon 6, 12/Cloisite 30B Electrospun Nanocomposites for Dental Applications Babu, S. S., Augustine, A., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016).. Journal of Siberian Federal University. Biology, 9(2), 198.
  28. Adsorption of enzymes to stimuli-responsive polymer brushes: Influence of brush conformation on adsorbed amount and biocatalytic activity Koenig, M., Bittrich, E., König, U., Rajeev, B. L., Müller, M., Eichhorn, K. J., ... & Uhlmann, P. (2016).. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 146, 737-745.
  29. Improved nonlinear optical and optical limiting properties in non-covalent functionalized reduced graphene oxide/silver nanoparticle (NF-RGO/Ag-NPs) hybrid. Oluwafemi, O. S., Sreekanth, P., Philip, R., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2016).Optical Materials, 58, 476-483.
  30. Characterization and Evaluation of Phenol Degrading Bacillus Spp. for Enhancing the Softness of Coir Fiber Karthika, S., Reshma, M. J., Wilson, P. A., Das, R. A., Sarma, U. S., Harikrishnan, K., & Thomas, S. (2016).. Journal of Natural Fibers, 13(3), 253-260.
  31. Morphology and hydroscopic properties of acrylic/thermoplastic polyurethane core–shell electrospun micro/nano fibrous mats with tunable porosity. Gopinathan, J., Indumathi, B., Thomas, S., & Bhattacharyya, A. (2016). RSC Advances, 6(59), 54286-54292.
  32. Tetragonal BaTiO3 nanoparticles: An efficient photocatalyst for the degradation of organic pollutants. Kappadan, S., Gebreab, T. W., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2016). Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, 51, 42-47.
  33. Lanthanide nanoparticles encapsulated polymer hybrid capsules for bioimaging applications Keziya James,  Rakhimol K.R., Sri Sivakumar, Sabu Thomas, Raji V, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, (2016 ),Biotechnology International (BTI) 2
  34. Recent Trends in Polymer Processing and Characterization.Abitha, V. K., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Haponiuk, J. T. (2016), Macromol. Symp. 362. Macromol. Symp., 362: 1. doi: 10.1002/masy.201670013
  35. The fabrication and properties of natural rubber-clay nanocomposites George, S. C., Rajan, R., Aprem, A. S., Thomas, S., & Kim, S. S. (2016). Polymer Testing, 51, 165-173.
  36. Study of alternating current conduction mechanism in polypyrrole-magnesium ferrite hybrid nanocomposite through correlated barrier hopping model. Megha, R., Kotresh, S., Ravikiran, Y. T., Ramana, C. V., Vijaya Kumari, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2016). Composite Interfaces, 1-14.
  37. Mechanically strong, flexible and thermally stable graphene oxide/nanocellulosic films with enhanced dielectric properties Pottathara, Y. B., Bobnar, V., Gorgieva, S., Grohens, Y., Thomas, S., & Finšgar, M. (2016).. RSC Advances. (just-accepted).
  38. Gentamicin loaded electrospun poly (ε-caprolactone)/TiO2 nanocomposite membranes with antibacterial property against Methicillin resistant Staphylococus aureus (MRSA). Augustine, R., George, S. C., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016). Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, (just-accepted).
  39. Developing highly conducting and mechanically durable styrene butadiene rubber composites with tailored microstructural properties by a green approach using ionic liquid modified MWCNTs.Abraham, Jiji, Lekshmi Kailas, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Soney C. George, and Sabu Thomas. RSC Advances 6, no. 39 (2016): 32493-32504.
  40. Clay/polyaniline hybrid through diazonium chemistry: conductive nanofiller with unusual effects on interfacial properties of epoxy nanocomposites. Jlassi, Khouloud, Sarath Chandran Chandrasekhara Kurup, Mohammed Arif Poothanari, Mémia Benna-Zayani, Sabu Thomas, and Mohamed M. Chehimi Langmuir (2016).
  41. Segmental dynamics, morphology and thermomechanical properties of electrospun poly (ε-caprolactone) nanofibers in the presence of an interacting filler. Elias, Eldho, Nithin Chandran, Fernando G. Souza, and Sabu Thomas. RSC Advances 6, no. 26 (2016): 21376-21386.
  42. Completely green synthesis of silver nanoparticle decorated MWCNT and its antibacterial and catalytic properties.Mohan, Sneha, Oluwatobi S. Oluwafemi, Sandile P. Songca, Didier Rouxel, Patrice Miska, Francis B. Lewu, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, and Sabu Thomas. Pure and Applied Chemistry 88, no. 1-2 (2016): 71-81.
  43. Ultrasensitive detection of a 1-pyrenecarboxylic acid by surface enhanced Raman scattering hot spot with reduced graphene oxide/silver nanoparticles composites.Oluwafemi, Oluwatobi S., Abhijit Saha, Sabu Thomas, and Nandakumar Kalarikkal. Materials Letters 171 (2016): 137-141.
  44. The fabrication and properties of natural rubber-clay nanocomposites.Polymer Testing George, Soney C., Regitha Rajan, Abi Santhosh Aprem, Sabu Thomas, and Sung Soo Kim. 51 (2016): 165-173.
  45. Structural and Surface Compatibility Study of Modified Electrospun Poly (ε-caprolactone)(PCL) Composites for Skin Tissue Engineering.Ghosal, Kajal, Anton Manakhov, Lenka Zajíčková, and Sabu Thomas. AAPS PharmSciTech (2016): 1-10.
  46. Styrene‐Butadiene Rubber/Modified Ground Tire Rubber Blends Co‐Vulcanization: Effect of Accelerator Type. Formela, Krzysztof, Magdalena Formela, Sabu Thomas, and Józef Haponiuk. In Macromolecular Symposia, vol. 361, no. 1, pp. 64-72. 2016.
  47. Properties of Polysulfone/Halloysite Nanocomposite Membranes: Prepared by Phase Inversion Method.VP, Swapna, Saranya EP, Nithya AB, Sabu Thomas, and Ranimol Stephen. In Macromolecular Symposia, vol. 361, no. 1, pp. 11-19. 2016.
  48. The role of clay modifier on cure characteristics and properties of epoxy/clay/carboxyl-terminated poly (butadiene-co-acrylonitrile)(CTBN) hybrid.Vijayan P, Poornima, Debora Puglia, Pournami Vijayan P, Jose M. Kenny, and Sabu Thomas Materials Technology (2016): 1-7.
  49. Investigations of intensity dependant nonlinear optical properties of betanin/ZnO composites embedded in PVA.Thankappan, Aparna, V. P. N. Nampoori, and Sabu Thomas, Optics & Laser Technology 83 (2016): 28-34.
  50. Effect of blend ratio on the dynamic mechanical and thermal degradation behavior of polymer–polymer composites from low density polyethylene and polyethylene terephthalate. Jayanarayanan, Karingamanna, Sabu Thomas, and Kuruvilla Joseph Iranian Polymer Journal (2016): 1-12.
  51. Investigations Of Plasma Induced Effects On The Surface Properties Of Lignocellulosic Natural Coir Fibres.Praveen, K. M., Sabu Thomas, Yves Grohens, Miran Mozetič, Ita Junkar, Gregor Primc, and Marija Gorjanc. Applied Surface Science (2016).
  52. Evaluation of in-vitro cytotoxicity and cellular uptake efficiency of zidovudine-loaded solid lipid nanoparticles modified with Aloe Vera in glioma cells.Joshy, K. S., Chandra P. Sharma, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, K. Sandeep, Sabu Thomas, and Laly A. Pothen. Materials Science and Engineering: C (2016).
  53. Synthesis, antibacterial, cytotoxicity and sensing properties of starch-capped silver nanoparticles Mohan, Sneha, Oluwatobi S. Oluwafemi, Sandile P. Songca, V. P. Jayachandran, Didier Rouxel, Olivier Joubert, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, and Sabu Thomas. Journal of Molecular Liquids 213 (2016): 75-81.
  54. Electric, magnetic, piezoelectric and magnetoelectric studies of phase pure (BiFeO 3–NaNbO 3)–(P (VDF-TrFE)) nanocomposite films prepared by spin coating Ummer, Rehana P., B. Raneesh, Camille Thevenot, Didier Rouxel, Sabu Thomas, and Nandakumar Kalarikkal.." RSC Advances 6, no. 33 (2016): 28069-28080.
  55. Experiments and modeling of non-linear viscoelastic responses in natural rubber and chlorobutyl rubber nanocomposites. Zachariah, A. K., Chandra, A. K., Mohammed, P. K., Parameswaranpillai, J., & Thomas, S. (2016). Applied Clay Science, 123, 1-10.
  56. Structural and optical properties of functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes Yaragalla, S., Anilkumar, G., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016) Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, 41, 491-496.
  57. Effect of zinc oxide nanoparticles on the in vitro degradation of electrospun polycaprolactone membranes in simulated body fluid. Augustine, R., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016). International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials, 65(1), 28-37.
  58. A brief review on the chemical modifications of lignocellulosic fibers for durable engineering composites. Saha, Prosenjit, Sukanya Chowdhury, Debasis Roy, Basudam Adhikari, Jin Kuk Kim, and Sabu Thomas. Polymer Bulletin 73, no. 2 (2016): 587-620.
  59. Biodegradable Nanocomposite Films Based on Sodium Alginate and Cellulose Nanofibrils. Deepa, B., Abraham, E., Pothan, L. A., Cordeiro, N., Faria, M., & Thomas, S. (2016).Materials, 9(1), 50.

 

2015

  1. Flexible Oil Sensors Based On Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube-Filled Isoprene Elastomer Composites Ponnamma, D., Sadasivuni, K. K., Thomas, S., Krupa, I., & Al-Maadeed, M. A. S. (2015).. Rubber Chemistry and Technology.
  2. New Biobased Surface Treatment to Improve Strength and Durability of Bombax ceiba. Saha, P., Chowdhury, S., Manna, S., Roy, D., Adhikari, B., & Thomas, S. (2015). ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 4(1), 76-84.
  3. New Type of Thermoplastic Bio Composites: Nature of the Interface on the Ultimate Properties and Water Absorption. Panikkassery, S. S., Spatenka, P., Jenikova, Z., Grohens, Y., & Thomas, S. (2015) RSC Adv., 2015,5, 97536-97546
  4. Compatibilizing action and localization of clay in a polypropylene/natural rubber (PP/NR) blend Chandran, N., Chandran, S., Maria, H. J., & Thomas, S. (2015).. RSC Advances, 5(105), 86265-86273.
  5. Clogging Free Electrospinning of Polycaprolactone Using Acetic Acid/Acetone Mixture Augustine, R., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, DOI:1080/03602559.2015.1036451
  6. Effect of zinc oxide nanoparticles on the in vitro degradation of electrospun polycaprolactone membranes in simulated body fluid. Augustine, Robin, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, and Sabu Thomas. International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials 65, no. 1 (2016): 28-37.
  7. Flame‐retardant properties of nanoclay‐filled thermoplastic polyurethane/ polypropylene nanocomposites. Kannan, M., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2015) Journal of Vinyl and Additive Technology.
  8. Preparation of epoxy graphene and its structural and optical properties Yaragalla, S., Anilkumar, G., Vineeshkumar, T. V., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. Adv. Mater. Lett. 2015, 6(10), 848-852
  9. Antibacterial and Sensing Properties of Dextrose Reduced Starch− Capped Silver Nanoparticles Synthesised via a Completely Green Method. Mohan, S., Oluwafemi, O. S., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2015). Materials Today: Proceedings, 2(7), 3943-3949.
  10. Nanocelluloses from jute fibers and their nanocomposites with natural rubber: Preparation and characterization.Thomas, M. G., Abraham, E., Jyotishkumar, P., Maria, H. J., Pothen, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2015). International journal of biological macromolecules81, 768-777.
  11. Preparation of epoxy graphene and its structural and optical properties. Yaragalla, S., Anilkumar, G., Vineeshkumar, T. V., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S, (2015), Adv. Mater. Lett. 6(10), 848-852
  12. Poly (glycidyl methacrylate)-grafted clay nanofiller for highly transparent and mechanically robust epoxy composites Jlassi, K., Chandran, S., Mičušik, M., Benna-Zayani, M., Yagci, Y., Thomas, S., & Chehimi, M. M. (2015)..European Polymer Journal72, 89-101.
  13. Surface grafting of flax fibres with hydrous zirconia nanoparticles and the effects on the tensile and bonding properties. Ajith, A., Xian, G., Li, H., Sherief, Z., & Thomas, S. (2015). Journal of Composite Materials, 0021998315580450.
  14. Electric, magnetic and optical limiting (short pulse and ultrafast) studies in phase pure (1− x) BiFeO 3–x NaNbO 3 multiferroic nanocomposite synthesized by the pechini method. Ummer, R. P., Sreekanth, P., Raneesh, B., Philip, R., Rouxel, D., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2015). RSC Advances, 5(82), 67157-67164.
  15. Investigation on the thermal and crystallization behavior of high density polyethylene/acrylonitrile butadiene rubber blends and their composites. Ponnamma, D., George, J., Thomas, M. G., Chan, C. H., Valić, S., Mozetič, M., & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer Engineering & Science, 55(5), 1203-1210.
  16. A brief review on the chemical modifications of lignocellulosic fibers for durable engineering composites. Saha, P., Chowdhury, S., Roy, D., Adhikari, B., Kim, J. K., & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer Bulletin, 1-34.
  17. Functionalized MWCNT and PVA Nanocomposite Membranes for Dielectric and Pervaporation Applications. Jose, T., George, S. C., Maya, M. G., & Thomas, S. (2015). Journal of Chemical Engineering & Process Technology,
  18. Enhanced morphology and mechanical characteristics of clay/styrene butadiene rubber nanocomposites Devi, K. U., Ponnamma, D., Causin, V., Maria, H. J., & Thomas, S. Applied Clay Science, 114, 568-576. (2015).
  19. Synthesis and characterization of polyaniline coated gold nanocomposites. In PHYSICS AND MATERIALS SYMPOSIUM: Zuber, S. N. M., Kamarun, D., Zaki, H., Kamarudin, M. S., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2015, August). International Conference on Applied Sciences and Industrial Technology (ICASIT2015) (Vol. 1674, p. 020010). AIP Publishing.
  20. Free-volume correlation with mechanical and dielectric properties of natural rubber/multi walled carbon nanotubes composites.Ponnamma, D., Ramachandran, R., Hussain, S., Rajaraman, R., Amarendra, G., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2015). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing77, 164-171.
  21. Selective localisation of multi walled carbon nanotubes in polypropylene/natural rubber blends to reduce the percolation threshold. Composites Science and Technology, 116, 9-17. Nair, S. T., Vijayan, P. P., Xavier, P., Bose, S., George, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2015).Composites Science and Technology,116, 9-17.
  22. Investigation on the thermal and crystallization behavior of high density polyethylene/acrylonitrile butadiene rubber blends and their composites.Ponnamma, D., George, J., Thomas, M. G., Chan, C. H., Valić, S., Mozetič, M., ... & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer Engineering & Science55(5), 1203-1210.
  23. Tunable water barrier properties of EVA by clay insertion?. Wilson, R., Follain, N., Tenn, N., Kumar, A., Thomas, S., & Marais, S. (2015). Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics,17(29), 19527-19537.
  24. In Vitro and In Vivo Evaluation of Pectin/Copper Exchanged Faujasite Composite Membranes. Ninan, N., Muthiah, M., Park, I. K., Elain, A., Wong, T. W., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2015) Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, 11(9), 1550-1567.
  25. Chemistry associated with natural rubber–graphene nanocompositesand its effect on physical and structural properties. Yaragalla, S., Meera, A. P., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2015). Industrial Crops and Products,74, 792-802
  26. Effect of Reinforcement on the Barrier  and Dielectric Properties of Epoxidized Natural Rubber–Graphene Nanocomposites Yaragalla, S., Chandran, C. S., Kalarikkal, N., Subban, R. H. Y., Chan, C. H., & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer Engineering & Science. DOI 10.1002/pen.24131
  27. Fabrication of Graphite-Graphene- Ionic liquid Modified Carbon nanotubes filled Natural rubber thin Films for Microwave and Energy storage Applications Yaragalla, S., Sindam, B., Abraham, J., Raju, K. J., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2015).Journal of Polymer Research22(7), 1-10.
  28. Preparation of Epoxy Graphene and Its Structural and Optical Properties Yaragalla, S., Anilkumar, G., Vineeshkumar, T. V., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2015). Advanced Materials Letters,  6(10), 848-852
  29. Natural Polymer/Inorganic Material Based Hybrid Scaffolds for Skin Wound Healing. Ninan, N., Muthiah, M., Park, I. K., Wong, T. W., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2015).Polymer Reviews55(3), 453-490.
  30. Cuprous oxide nanoparticles in epoxy network: Cure reaction, morphology and thermal stability. Tresa Sunny, A., Vijayan, P., George, T., Pickering, K., Mathew, S., & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer Engineering & Science,55(10), 2293-2306.
  31. Volume shrinkage and rheological studies of epoxidised and unepoxidised poly (styrene-block-butadiene-block-styrene) triblock copolymer modified epoxy resin–diamino diphenyl methane nanostructured blend systemsGeorge, S. M., Puglia, D., Kenny, J. M., Parameswaranpillai, J., Pionteck, J., & Thomas, S. (2015)..Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics17(19), 12760-12770.
  32. Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Immiscible Polymer Systems with and without Compatibilizer. Jose, S., Thomas, S., Parameswaranpillai, J., Aprem, A. S., & Karger-Kocsis, J. (2015).Polymer Testing44, 168-176.
  33. Enhanced lithium storage in ZnFe 2 O 4–C nanocomposite produced by a low-energy ball milling Thankachan, R. M., Rahman, M. M., Sultana, I., Glushenkov, A. M., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Chen, Y. (2015). Journal of Power Sources,282, 462-470
  34. Transport characteristics of organic solvents through carbon nanotube filled styrene butadiene rubber nanocomposites: the influence of rubber–filler interaction, the degree of reinforcement and morphology.Abraham, J., Maria, H. J., George, S. C., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 17(17), 11217-11228.
  35. Utilization of various lignocellulosic biomass for the production of nanocellulose: a comparative study. Deepa, B., Abraham, E., Cordeiro, N., Mozetic, M., Mathew, A. P., Oksman, K., & Pothan, L. A Cellulose, 22(2), 1075-1090.
  36. Liquid-rubber-modified epoxy/clay nanocomposites: effect of dispersion   methods on morphology and ultimate properties. Vijayan, P. P., Puglia, D., Pionteck, J., Kenny, J. M., & Thomas, S. Polymer Bulletin 2015, 72(7),1703-1722.
  37. Mechanical and thermal properties of epoxy/silicon carbide nanofiber composites. Vijayan, P., Puglia, D., Dąbrowska, A., Huczko, A., Kenny, J. M., & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 26(2), 142-146.
  38. Green synthesis of CdSe/ZnS core-shell quantum dot nanophosphors and its Poly methyl methacrylate composite thin film in the visible spectral range. Mohan, S., Soman, T., Oluwafemi, S. O., George, S. C., Miska, P., Rouxel, D., & Thomas, S. InMRS Proceedings (Vol. 1748, pp. mrsf14-1748). Cambridge University Press.
  39. Dose dependent effects of gamma irradiation on the materials properties and cell proliferation of electrospun polycaprolactone tissue engineering scaffolds. Augustine, R., Saha, A., Jayachandran, V. P., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2015).. International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials64(10), 526-533.
  40. Oil‐spill cleanup: The influence of acetylated curaua fibers on the oil‐removal capability of magnetic composites, Elias, E., Costa, R., Marques, F., Oliveira, G., Guo, Q., Thomas, S., & Souza Jr, F. G. (2015). Journal of Applied Polymer Science,132(13).
  41. Volume Shrinkage and Cure Kinetics in Carboxyl-Terminated Poly(butadiene-co-acrylonitrile) (CTBN) Modified Epoxy/Clay Nanocomposites, Vijayan P, P., Pionteck, J., & Thomas, S. (2015). Journal of Macromolecular Science, Part A,52(5), 353-359.
  42. Graphene and graphitic derivatives filled polymer composites as potential sensors, Ponnamma, D., Guo, Q., Krupa, I., Al-Maadeed, M. A. S., Varughese, K. T., Thomas, S., & Sadasivuni, K. K. (2015).Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics17(6), 3954-3981.
  43. Functionalized liquid natural rubber and liquid epoxidized natural rubber: A promising green toughening agent for polyester. Kargarzadeh, H., Ahmad, I., Abdullah, I., Thomas, R., Dufresne, A., Thomas, S., & Hassan, A. (2015). Journal of Applied Polymer Science,132(3).

2014

  1. Antibacterial and wound healing analysis of gelatin/zeolite scaffolds N., Muthiah, M., Yahaya, N. A. B., Park, I. K., Elain, A., Wong, T. W., Thomas S.,& Grohens, Y. (2014). Biointerfaces115, 244-252
  2. Epoxidized natural rubber/epoxy blends: Phase morphology and thermomechanical properties, Mathew, V. S., George, S. C., Parameswaranpillai, J., & Thomas, S. (2014). Journal of Applied Polymer Science,131(4).
  3. An in vitro method for the determination of microbial barrier property (MBP) of porous polymeric membranes for skin substitute and wound dressing applications.Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Augustine, R., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2014). Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine12(1), 12-19.
  4. Facile synthesis of transparent and fluorescent epoxy–CdSe–CdS–ZnS core–multi shell polymer nanocomposites, Mohan, S., Oluwafemi, O. S., Songca, S. P., Osibote, O. A., George, S. C., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2014). New Journal of Chemistry,38(1), 155-162
  5. Completely green synthesis of dextrose reduced silver nanoparticles, its antimicrobial and sensing properties Mohan, S., Oluwafemi, O. S., George, S. C., Jayachandran, V. P., Lewu, F. B., Songca, S. P., ... & Thomas, S. (2014). Carbohydrate polymers,106, 469-474.
  6. Zeolites incorporated polymeric gel beads—Promising drug carriers.Ninan, N., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2014). Materials Letters118, 12-16.
  7. Stress relaxation behavior of organically modified montmorillonite filled natural rubber/nitrile rubber nanocomposites Maria, H. J., Lyczko, N., Nzihou, A., Joseph, K., Mathew, C., & Thomas, S. (2014)..Applied Clay Science87, 120-128.
  8. Preparation and Characterization of Potato Starch Nanocrystal Reinforced Natural Rubber Nanocomposites, Rajisha, K. R., Maria, H. J., Pothan, L. A., Ahmad, Z., & Thomas, S. (2014). International journal of biological macromolecules,67, 147-153.
  9. Electrospun polycaprolactone/ZnO nanocomposite membranes as biomaterials with antibacterial and cell adhesion properties Augustine, R., Malik, H. N., Singhal, D. K., Mukherjee, A., Malakar, D., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2014).Journal of Polymer Research21(3), 1-17.
  10. Influence of non-covalent functionalization of carbon nanotubes on the rheological behaviour of natural rubber latex nanocomposites, Ponnamma, D., Sung, S. H., Hong, J. S., Ahn, K. H., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2014),European Polymer Journal,53, 147-159.
  11. Nanofibril reinforced unsaturated polyester nanocomposites: Morphology, mechanical and barrier properties, viscoelastic behavior and polymer chain confinement. Chirayil, C. J., Joy, J., Mathew, L., Koetz, J., & Thomas, S. (2014). Industrial Crops and Products,56, 246-254.
  12. Collagen coated electrospun polycaprolactone (PCL) with titanium dioxide (TiO2) from an environmentally benign solvent: preliminary physico-chemical studies for skin substitute. Ghosal, K., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Gnanamani, A. (2014).Journal of Polymer Research,21(5), 1-5.

 

  1. Reaction induced phase separation and thermo-mechanical properties in epoxidised styrene-block-butadiene-block-styrene triblock copolymer modified epoxy-DDM system George, S. M., Puglia, D., Kenny, J. M., Parameswaranpillai, J., & Thomas, S. (2014). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research,53(17), 6941-6950.
  2. Natural rubber composites filled with a low volume of crab chitin whiskers: Mechanical and thermal characterization Santulli, C., Puglia, D., Rallini, M., Visakh, P. M., Kenny, J. M., & Thomas, S. (2014). Malaysian Polymer Journal,9(1), 18-23.
  3. Stereochemistry and Miscibility of Epoxy Resin-Poly (trimethylene terephthalate) Blends Chandran, S., Antolasic, F., Eichhorn, K. J., Shanks, R. A., & Thomas, S. (2014)..RSC Advances4(48), 25420-25429.
  4. Isolation and characterization of cellulose nanofibrils from Helicteres isora plant

Chirayil, C. J., Joy, J., Mathew, L., Mozetic, M., Koetz, J., & Thomas, S. (2014).

 Industrial Crops and Products, 59, 27-34.

  1. Variations in Specific Heat and Microstructure in Natural Rubber Filled with Different Fillers as Studied by Differential Scanning Calorimetry. Mandal, Arunava, et al. Journal of Polymer and Biopolymer Physics Chemistry, (2014). 2(1), 25-28.
  2. Electrospun polycaprolactone membranes incorporated with ZnO nanoparticles as skin substitutes with enhanced fibroblast proliferation and wound healing. Augustine, R., Dominic, E. A., Reju, I., Kaimal, B., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2014). RSC Advances,4(47), 24777-24785.
  3. Rheological Behaviour of Nanocellulose Reinforced Unsaturated Polyester Nanocomposites Chirayil, C. J., Mathew, L., Hassan, P. A., Mozetic, M., & Thomas, S. (2014). International journal of biological macromolecules,69, 274-281
  4. Magnetoelectric properties of multiferroic composites (1-x) ErMnO3-xY3Fe5O12 at room temperature. Raneesh, B., Soumya, H., Philip, J., Thomas, S., & Nandakumar, K. (2014). Journal of Alloys and Compounds611, 381-385.
  5. Luminescence and magnetic behaviour of almond like (Na5La0.5)MoO4:RE3+ (RE = Eu, Tb, Dy) nanostructures, Krishnan, R., Thirumalai, J., Thomas, S., & Gowri, M. (2014). Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 604, 20-30.
  6. Alumina–clay nanoscale hybrid filler assembling in cross-linked polyethylene based nanocomposites: mechanics and thermal properties.Jose, J. P., & Thomas, S. (2014). Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics,16(28), 14730-14740
  7. Wound healing analysis of pectin/carboxymethyl cellulose/microfibrillated cellulose based composite scaffolds. Ninan, N., Muthiah, M., Park, I. K., Kalarikkal, N., Elain, A., Wong, T. W., ... & Grohens, Y. (2014). Materials Letters,132, 34-37.
  8. Liquid petroleum gas sensing performance of polyaniline-carboxymethyl cellulose composite at room temperature. Ravikiran, Y. T., Kotresh, S., Vijayakumari, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2014.Current Applied Physics14(7), 960-964.
  9. Nucleation and nonisothermal crystallization kinetics in cross-linked polyethylene/zinc oxide nanocomposites Jose, J. P., Chazeau, L., Cavaillé, J. Y., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2014).RSC Advances4(60), 31643-31651.
  10. Effect of ultrasonication and other processing conditions on the morphology, thermomechanical, and piezoelectric properties of poly (vinylidene difluoride‐trifluoroethylene) copolymer films. Nguyen, V. S., Rouxel, D., Meier, M., Vincent, B., Dahoun, A., Thomas, S., & Santos, F. D. D. (2014). Polymer Engineering & Science,54(6), 1280-1288
  11. Viscoelastic behaviour of untreated and chemically treated banana Fiber/PF composites. Indira, K. N., Jyotishkumar, P., & Thomas, S. (2014)..Fibers and Polymers15(1), 91-100.
  12. Flexible EMI shielding materials derived by melt blending PVDF and ionic liquid modified MWNTs. Sharma, M., Sharma, S., Abraham, J., Thomas, S., Madras, G., & Bose, S. (2014). Materials Research Express,1(3), 035003.
  13. Liquid rubber and silicon carbide nanofiber modified epoxy nanocomposites: volume shrinkage, cure kinetics and properties. Vijayan, P. P., Pionteck, J., Huczko, A., Puglia, D., Kenny, J. M., & Thomas, S. (2014)..Composites Science and Technology102, 65-73.
  14. Investigation on the thermal and crystallization behavior of high density polyethylene/acrylonitrile butadiene rubber blends and their composites. Ponnamma, D., George, J., Thomas, M. G., Chan, C. H., Valić, S., Mozetič, M., ... & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer Engineering & Science,55(5), 1203-1210.
  15. Rheology of multiphase polymer blends with and without reactive compatibiliser: evaluation of interfacial tension using theoretical predictions. Jose, S., Thomas, S., Aravind, I., & Karger-Kocsis, J. (2014).International Journal of Plastics Technology18(2), 223-240.
  16. Estimation of lattice strain in ZnO nanoparticles: X-ray peak profile analysis. Bindu, P., & Thomas, S. (2014).Journal of Theoretical and Applied Physics,8(4), 123-134.
  17. Luminescence and magnetic behaviour of almond like (Na 0.5 La 0.5) MoO 4: RE 3+(RE= Eu, Tb, Dy) nanostructures Krishnan, R., Thirumalai, J., Thomas, S., & Gowri, M. (2014). Journal of Alloys and Compounds604, 20-30
  18. Thin, flexible and thermally stable ceramic membranes as separator for lithium-ion batteries Raja, M., Angulakshmi, N., Thomas, S., Kumar, T. P., & Stephan, A. M. (2014). Journal of Membrane Science,471, 103-109.
  19. Carbon Nanotubes based Elastomer Composites-An Approach towards Multifunctional Materials Ponnamma, D., Sadasivuni, K. K., Grohens, Y., Guo, Q., & Thomas, S. (2014). Journal of Materials Chemistry C,2(40), 8446-8485.
  20. Effect of Blend Ratio and Elongation Flow on the Morphology and Properties of Epoxy Resin-Poly (trimethylene terephthalate) Blends Chandran, C. S., Muller, R., Bouquey, M., Serra, C., & Thomas, S. (2014).Polymer Engineering & Science. 55,(7),1679–1688.
  21. Studies on electrical properties of nanoclay filled thermoplastic polyurethane/polypropylene blends Kannan, M., Bhagawan, S. S., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2014). Polymer Composites,35(9), 1671-1682.
  22. A facile and rapid method for the black pepper leaf mediated green synthesis of silver nanoparticles and the antimicrobial study.Augustine, R., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2014). Applied Nanoscience4(7), 809-818.
  23. Dynamic mechanical and rheological properties of nitrile rubber nanocomposites based on TiO2, Ca3 (PO4) 2 and layered silicate Thomas, P. C., Jose, E. T., George, G., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2014). Journal of Composite Materials,48(19), 2325-2339.
  24. Effect of ultrasonication and other processing conditions on the morphology, thermomechanical, and piezoelectric properties of poly (vinylidene difluoride‐trifluoroethylene) copolymer films Nguyen, V. S., Rouxel, D., Meier, M., Vincent, B., Dahoun, A., Thomas, S., & Santos, F. D. D. (2014). Polymer Engineering & Science,54(6), 1280-1288.

2013

  1. Role of Compatibilizer on Morphological and Mechanical Properties of Low Cost   Polypropylene/Wood Flour Composites, Bhandari, N. L., Thomas, S., Das, C. K., & Adhikari, R. (2013). Journal of Nepal Chemical Society29, 113-12
  2. Mechanical and dynamic mechanical properties of polyolefin blends: effect of blend ratio and copolymer monomer fraction on the compatibilisation efficiency of random copolymers Jose, S., Thomas, S., Biju, P. K., & Karger-Kocsis, J. (2013). Journal of Polymer Research,20(12), 1-13.
  3. Green nanocomposites of natural rubber/nanocellulose: Membrane transport, rheological and thermal degradation characterisations Abraham, E., Thomas, M. S., John, C., Pothen, L. A., Shoseyov, O., & Thomas, S. (2013).,Industrial Crops and Products,51, 415-424.
  4. Development and Characterization of high performance of Natural Rubber nanocomposites using biologically prepared Isora nanofibers Joy, J., Mathew Lovely, P., Rojith, G., Singh, I. B., & Thomas, S. (2013). In First International Conference on Resource Efficiency in Interorganizational Networks-ResEff 2013 (p. 143).
  5. Relaxations and chain dynamics of sequential full interpenetrating polymer networks based on natural rubber and poly (methyl methacrylate) John, J., Klepac, D., Petković Didović, M., Raju, K. V. S. N., Pius, A., Andreis, M., ... & Thomas, S. (2014). Polymer International,63(8), 1427-1438.
  6. Faujasites Incorporated Tissue Engineering Scaffolds for Wound Healing: In Vitro and In Vivo Analysis Ninan, N., Muthiah, M., Park, I. K., Elain, A., Wong, T. W., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013). ACS applied materials & interfaces,5(21), 11194-11206.
  7. Pectin/carboxymethyl cellulose/microfibrillated cellulose composite scaffolds for tissue engineering Ninan, N., Muthiah, M., Park, I. K., Elain, A., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013).Carbohydrate polymers98(1), 877-885.
  8. Viscoelastic Behavior and Reinforcement Mechanism in Rubber Nanocomposites in the Vicinity of Spherical Nanoparticles Bindu, P., & Thomas, S. (2013). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B,117(41), 12632-12648.
  9. Synergistic effect of multi walled carbon nanotubes and reduced graphene oxides in natural rubber for sensing application Ponnamma, D., Sadasivuni, K. K., Strankowski, M., Guo, Q., & Thomas, S. (2013). Soft Matter,9(43), 10343-10353
  10. Mechanical Properties and Failure Topography of Banana Fiber PF Macrocomposites Fabricated by RTM and CM Techniques Indira, K. N., Parameswaranpillai, J., & Thomas, S. (2013)..ISRN Polymer Science2013.
  11. Investigation of Cure Reaction, Rheology, Volume Shrinkage and Thermomechanical Properties of Nano-TiO 2 Filled Epoxy/DDS Composites Parameswaranpillai, J., George, A., Pionteck, J., & Thomas, S. (2013). Journal of Polymers,Article ID 183463
  12. Nanoclay effect on transport properties of thermoplastic polyurethane /polypropylene (TPU/PP) blends Kannan, M., Bhagawan, S. S., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2013). Journal of Polymer Research,20(8), 1-15.
  13. Transport of organic solvents through natural rubber/nitrile rubber/organically modified montmorillonite nanocomposites Maria, H. J., Lyczko, N., Nzihou, A., Mathew, C., George, S. C., Joseph, K., & Thomas, S. (2013). Journal of Materials Science,48(15), 5373-5386
  14. Pectin/Carboxymethyl cellulose/Microfibrillated cellulose composite scaffolds for tissue engineering Ninan, N., Muthiah, M., Park, I. K., Elain, A., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013). Carbohydrate polymers,98(1), 877-885.
  15. Interrelated Shape Memory and Payne Effect in Polyurethane/Graphene Oxide Nanocomposites. Ponnamma, D., Sadasivuni, K. K., Strankowski, M., Moldenaers, P., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013). RSC Advances,3(36), 16068-16079
  16. Effect of rice husk ash on mechanical properties of low density polyethylene
    Louis, N. S. M., & Thomas, S. (2013). Journal of scientific & Industrial Research,72(7), 441-445
  17. Morphological and mechanical characterization of nanostructured thermosets from epoxy and styrene-block-butadiene-block-styrene triblock copolymer George, S. M., Puglia, D., Kenny, J. M., Causin, V., Parameswaranpillai, J., & Thomas, S. (2013). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research,52(26), 9121-9129.
  18. Novel Natural Rubber/Polypropylene Thermoplastic Vulcanizate Formulations for High Impact Performance N Chandran, R Wilson, S Thomas , 2013 Kautschuk Gummi Kunststoffe, 2013, 6,. 18-22.
  19. Cross Linked Polyethylene/TiO2 Nanocomposites: Morphology, Polymer/Filler Interaction, Mechanics and Thermal Properties Jose, J. P., Mhetar, V., Culligan, S., & Thomas, S. (2013). Science of Advanced Materials,5(4), 385-397
  20. Characteristics of banana fibers and banana fiber reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites‐macroscale to nanoscale Neelamana, I. K., Thomas, S., & Parameswaranpillai, J. (2013). Journal of Applied Polymer Science,130(2), 1239-1246.
  21. Development of poly(isobutylene-co-isoprene)/reduced graphene oxide nanocomposites for barrier, dielectric and sensing applications Kumar, S. K., Castro, M., Saiter, A., Delbreilh, L., Feller, J. F., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013).Materials Letters,96, 109-112.
  22. Preparation and properties of multiwalled carbon nanotube /epoxy‐amine composites Jyotishkumar, P., Logakis, E., George, S. M., Pionteck, J., Häussler, L., Haßler, R., ... & Thomas, S. (2013). Journal of Applied Polymer Science,127(4), 3063-3073.
  23. Preparation and properties of TiO2‐ filled poly (acrylonitrile‐butadiene‐styrene) /epoxy hybrid composites Jyotishkumar, P., Pionteck, J., Moldenaers, P., & Thomas, S. (2013). Journal of applied polymer science,127(4), 3159-3168.
  24. Preparation and properties of MWCNTs / poly (acrylonitrile‐styrene‐butadiene) /epoxy hybrid composites Jyotishkumar, P., Abraham, E., George, S. M., Elias, E., Pionteck, J., Moldenaers, P., & Thomas, S. (2013). Journal of Applied Polymer Science,127(4), 3093-3103.
  25. Nano ZnO as cure activator and reinforcing filler in natural rubber, Panampilly, B., & Thomas, S. (2013). Polymer Engineering & Science,53(6), 1337-1346. 
  26. Simple technique for the simultaneous determination of solvent diffusion coefficient in polymer by quantum Resistive Sensors and FT-IR spectroscopy Kumar, S. K., Castro, M., Pillin, I., Feller, J. F., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013). Polymers for Advanced Technologies,24(5), 487-494.
  27. Effects of Graphene and Montmorillonite Clay on the Morphology, and Properties of Poly(isobutylene-co-isoprene) Nanocomposites. Sadasivuni, K. K., Saiter, A., Gautier, N., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013).Colloid and Polymer Science,291(7), 1729-1740.
  28. Cellulose nano-particles from Pandanus: viscometric and crystallographic studies. Chenampulli, S., Unnikrishnan, G., Sujith, A., Thomas, S., & Francis, T. (2013). Cellulose,20(1), 429-438.
  29. Effect of organically modified nanoclay on the miscibility, rheology, morphology and properties of epoxy/carboxyl-terminated (butadiene-co-acrylonitrile) blend Vijayan, P. P., Puglia, D., Kenny, J. M., & Thomas, S. (2013). Soft Matter,9(10), 2899-2911.
  1. Hybrid Nanoparticle-Based XLPE/SiO2/TiO2 and XLPE/SiO2 Nanocomposites: Nanoscale Hybrid Assembling, Mechanics and Thermal properties. Jose, J. P., Ahmad, Z., & Thomas, S. (2014). Springer Singapore. In InCIEC 2013 (pp. 895-902).
  1. Synthesis and Characterisation of Gelatin/Zeolite Porous Scaffold. Ninan, N., Grohens, Y., Elain, A., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2013). European Polymer Journal,49(9), 2433-2445.

2012

  1. In-situ Cure and Cure Kinetic Analysis of a Liquid Rubber Modified Epoxy Resin,Thomas, R., Sinturel, C., Pionteck, J., Puliyalil, H., & Thomas, S. (2012).. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 51(38), 12178-12191.
  2. Comparison of Theory with Experimental Data for Nanoclay-Filled TPU/PP Blend,Kannan, M., Bhagawan, S., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2012). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 51(41), 13379-13392
  3. The role of surfactant type and modifier concentration in tailoring the properties of chlorobutyl rubber/organo clay nanocomposites Saritha, A., Joseph, K., Thomas, S., & Muraleekrishnan, R. (2012).. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 124(6), 4590-4597.
  4. High performance HTLNR/epoxy blend—Phase morphology and thermo-mechanical properties Mathew, V. S., Jyotishkumar, P., George, S., Gopalakrishnan, P., Delbreilh, L., Saiter, J. M., ... & Thomas, S. (2012). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 125(1), 804-811
  5. Cure kinetics and thermal stability of micro and nanostructured thermosetting blends of epoxy resin and epoxidized styrene-block-butadiene-block-styrene triblock copolymer systems George, S. M., Puglia, D., Kenny, J. M., Jyotishkumar, P., & Thomas, S. (2012). Polymer Engineering & Science, 52(11), 2336-2347.
  6. Effect of filler geometry on the diffusion and transport behavior of aromatic solvents and commercial oil through nitrile rubber nanocomposites Thomas, P. C., Jose, E. T., George, G., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2012). Polymer Composites, 33(12), 2236-2244.
  7. Electrical properties of short sisal fiber reinforced polyester composites fabricated by resin transfer molding. Sreekumar, P. A., Saiter, J. M., Joseph, K., Unnikrishnan, G., & Thomas, S. (2012). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 43(3), 507-511.
  8. Transport behavior of aromatic hydrocarbons through high density polyethylene/ ethylene propylene diene terpolymer blends Anil Kumar, P. V., Anilkumar, S., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2012). Journal of Polymer Research, 19(1), 1-12.
  9. Transport properties of high-density polyethylene/ethylene propylene diene terpolymer blends,Kumar, P. A., Kumar, S. A., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2012). Transport properties of high-density polyethylene/ethylene propylene diene terpolymer blends. Journal of Materials Science, 47(7), 3293-3304.
  10. Transport properties of polyester composite reinforced with treated sisal fibers Sreekumar, P. A., Agoudjil, B., Boudenne, A., Unnikrishnan, G., Ibos, L., Fois, M., & Thomas, S. (2012). Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, 31(2), 117-127.
  11. Molecular Transport of Aromatic Solvents through Oil Palm Micro Fiber Filled Natural Rubber Composites: Role of Fiber Content and Interface Adhesion on Transport Joseph, S., Thomas, S., Joseph, K., Cvelbar, U., Panja, P., & Ceh, M. (2012). Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 26(1-3), 271-288.
  12. Enhancement of thermal stability, strength and extensibility of lipid-based polyurethanes with cellulose-based nanofibers Floros, M., Hojabri, L., Abraham, E., Jose, J., Thomas, S., Pothan, L., ... & Narine, S. (2012).. Polymer Degradation and Stability, 97(10), 1970-1978.
  13. Permeation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Vapors through High Density Polyethylene/Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer Rubber Blends Anil Kumar, P. V., Kumar, S. A., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2012).. Separation Science and Technology, 47(6), 811-818.
  14. Effect Of Cellulose Nanofibers Isolated From Bamboo Pulp Residue On Vulcanized Natural Rubber Visakh, P. M., Thomas, S., Oksman, K., & Mathew, A. P. (2012). BioResources, 7(2), 2156-2168.
  15. Correlation between orientations of nanoclay and natural rubber crystallites in natural rubber/clay nanocomposites Valić, S., & Petković-Didović, M. (2012, January). In POLYCHAR 20. Hrvatska znanstvena bibliografija i MZOS-Svibor.
  16. Cellulose nanofibres and cellulose nanowhiskers based natural rubber composites: Diffusion, sorption, and permeation of aromatic organic solvents,Visakh, P. M., Thomas, S., Oksman, K., & Mathew, A. P. (2012). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 124(2), 1614-1623.
  17. Effect of blend ratio on the mechanical and sorption behaviour of polymer–polymer microfibrillar composites from low-density polyethylene and polyethylene terephthalate,Jayanarayanan, K., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2012). Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, 31(8), 549-562.
  18. Crosslinked natural rubber nanocomposites reinforced with cellulose whiskers isolated from bamboo waste: Processing and mechanical/thermal properties,Visakh, P. M., Thomas, S., Oksman, K., & Mathew, A. P. (2012). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 43(4), 735-741        
  19. Calcium phosphate incorporated poly (ethylene oxide)‐based nanocomposite electrolytes for lithium batteries. I. Ionic conductivity and positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy studies,Stephan, A. M., Kumar, T. P., Thomas, S., Thomas, P. S., Bongiovanni, R., Nair, J. R., & Angulakshmi, N. (2012). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 124(4), 3245-3254.
  20. Interfacial properties investigated by XPS and ac impedance studies, Stephan, A. M., Prem Kumar, T., Thomas, S., Bongiovanni, R., Nair, J. R., Angulakshmi, N., & Pollicino, A. (2012). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 124(4), 3255-3263.
  21. Preparation and characterization of EVA/clay Nanocomposites with improved barrier performance, Wilson, R., Plivelic, T. S., Aprem, A. S., Ranganathaiagh, C., Kumar, S. A., & Thomas, S. (2012, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 123(6), 3806-3818.
  22. Polystyrene/calcium phosphate nanocomposites: Morphology, mechanical, and dielectric properties Selvin, T. P., Thomas, S., Zafeiropoulos, N. E., Bandyopadhyay, S., Wurm, A., & Schick, C. (2012). Polymer Engineering & Science, 52(3), 689-699.
  23. Effect of Cure Conditions on the Generated Morphology and Viscoelastic Properties of a Poly (Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene) Modified Epoxy–Amine System. Parameswaran Pillai, J., Pionteck, J., Häßler, R., Sinturel, C., Mathew, V. S., & Thomas, S. (2012, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 51(6), 2586-2595
  24. Chlorobutyl rubber nanocomposites as effective gas and VOC barrier materials,Saritha, A., Joseph, K., Thomas, S., & Muraleekrishnan, R. (2012).. Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 43(6), 864-870.
  25. Thermophysical and mechanical properties of TiO2 and silica nanoparticle-filled natural rubber composites Meera, A. P., Tlili, R., Boudenne, A., Ibos, L., Poornima, V., Thomas, S., & Candau, Y. (2012). Journal of Elastomers and Plastics, 0095244311432611.
  26. Viscoelastic effects in thermoplastic poly (styrene-acrylonitrile)-modified epoxy–DDM system during reaction induced phase separation,Jyotishkumar, P., Moldenaers, P., George, S. M., & Thomas, S. (2012). Soft Matter, 8(28), 7452-7462.
  27. Clay Intercalation and its Influence on the Morphology and Transport Properties of EVA/Clay Nanocomposites Wilson, R., George, S. M., Maria, H. J., Plivelic, T. S., Kumar S, A., & Thomas, S. (2012).. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 116(37), 20002-20014.

2011

  1. Studies on Stress Relaxation and Thermomechanical Properties of Poly(acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene) Modified Epoxy−Amine Systems.  Pionteck, J., Hässler, R., George, S. M., Cvelbar, U., & Thomas, S. (2011). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 50(8), 4432-4440
  2. Permeation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Vapors through High Density Polyethylene/ Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer Rubber Blends. Anil Kumar, P. V., Kumar, S. A., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2012). Separation Science and Technology, 47(6), 811-818.
  3. Natural rubber latex/potato starch nanocrystal nanocomposites: Correlation morphology/electrical properties. Bouthegourd, E., Rajisha, K. R., Kalarical, N., Saiter, J. M., & Thomas, S. (2011). Materials Letters, 65(23), 3615-3617.
  4. Cure Kinetics of Poly(acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene) Modified Epoxy–Amine System. Pillai, J. P., & Thomas, S. (2011). Journal of Macromolecular Science, Part A, 48(9), 751-756.nfluence of clay content and amount of organic modifiers on morphology and pervaporation performance of EVA/Clay nanocomposites Wilson, R., Plivelic, T. S., Ramya, P., Ranganathaiah, C., Kariduraganavar, M. Y., Sivasankarapillai, A. K., & Thomas, S. (2011). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 50(7), 3986-3993.
  5. Surface-modified sisal fiber-reinforced eco-friendly composites: Mechanical, thermal, and diffusion studies . PA, S., Joseph, K., & Thomas, S. (2011). Polymer composites, 32(1), 131-138.
  6. In situ microfibrillar blends and composites of polypropylene and poly (ethylene terephthalate): Morphology and thermal properties, Jayanarayanan, K., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2011). Journal of polymer research, 18(1), 1-11.
  7. Poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)/calcium phosphate nanocomposites: Mechanical, gas permeability, and molecular transport properties Palakattukunnel, S. T., Thomas, S., Sreekumar, P. A., & Bandyopadhyay, S. (2011). Journal of Polymer Research, 18(6), 1277-1285.
  8. Yttrium barium copper oxide-filled polystyrene as a dielectric material,Abraham, R., Kuryan, S., Isac, J., Zacharia, A. K., & Thomas, S. (2011). Journal of applied polymer science, 120(4), 2233-2241.
  9. Influence of calix[2]-p-benzo[4]pyrrole on the electrochemical properties of poly(ethylene oxide)-based electrolytes for lithium batteries Stephan, A. M., Prem Kumar, T., Angulakshmi, N., Salini, P. S., Sabarinathan, R., Srinivasan, A., & Thomas, S. (2011). Journal of applied polymer science, 120(4), 2215-2221.
  10. Surface-modified sisal fiber-reinforced eco-friendly composites: Mechanical, thermal, and diffusion studies PA, S., Joseph, K., & Thomas, S. (2011). Polymer composites, 32(1), 131-138
  11. Cellulose nanocomposites with nanofibres isolated from pineapple leaf fibers for medical applications Cherian, B. M., Leão, A. L., de Souza, S. F., Costa, L. M. M., de Olyveira, G. M., Kottaisamy, M., ... & Thomas, S. (2011). Carbohydrate Polymers, 86(4), 1790-1798.
  12. Transreactions in poly trimethylene terephthalate / bisphenol-A polycarbonate (PC) blends analysed by Pressure-Volume-Temperature measurementsAravind, I., Pionteck, J., & Thomas, S. (2012). Polymer Testing, 31(1), 16-24.
  13. Rheology and pressure–volume–temperature behavior of the thermoplastic poly(acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene)-modified epoxy-DDS system during reaction induced phase separation. Jyotishkumar, P., Pionteck, J., Özdilek, C., Moldenaers, P., Cvelbar, U., Mozetic, M., & Thomas, S. (2011). Soft matter, 7(16), 7248-7256.
  14. Viscoelastic and thermal properties of eco-friendly composites fabricated by resin transfer molding.Sreekumar, P. A., Thomas, P. S., Saiter, J. M., Unnikrishnan, G., & Thomas, S. (2011). Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, 0731684411420894.

2010

  1. Dynamics of Phase Separation in Poly(acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene)-Modified Epoxy/DDS System: Kinetics and Viscoelastic Effects Jyotishkumar, P., Ozdilek, C., Moldenaers, P., Sinturel, C., Janke, A., Pionteck, J., & Thomas, S. (2010). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 114(42), 13271-13281.
  2. Morphology and Mechanical Properties of Normal Blends and In-Situ Microfibrillar Composites from Low-Density Polyethylene and Poly(ethylene terephthalate). Jayanarayanan, K., Ravichandran, A., Rajendran, D., Sivathanupillai, M., Venkatesan, A., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2010). Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 49(5), 442-448.
  3. Morphology, Dynamic Mechanical, Thermal, and Crystallization Behaviors of Poly(trimethylene terephthalate)/Polycarbonate Blends , Aravind, I., Boumod, A., Grohens, Y., & Thomas, S. (2010). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 49(8), 3873-3882.
  4. Isolation of nanocellulose from pineapple leaf fibres by steam explosion Cherian, B. M., Leão, A. L., de Souza, S. F., Thomas, S., Pothan, L. A., & Kottaisamy, M. (2010). Carbohydrate Polymers, 81(3), 720-725.
  5. Main chain and segmental dynamics of semi interpenetrating polymer networks based on polyisoprene and poly(methyl methacrylate) John, J., Klepac, D., Didović, M., Sandesh, C. J., Liu, Y., Raju, K. V. S. N., ... & Thomas, S. (2010). Polymer, 51(11), 2390-2402
  6. Influence of polarity parameters on the mechanical properties of composites from polypropylene fiber and short banana fiber , Paul, S. A., Joseph, K., Mathew, G. G., Pothen, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2010). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 41(10), 1380-1387.
  7. Ionic conductivity and interfacial properties of nanochitin-incorporated polyethylene oxide–LiN (C2F5SO2)2 polymer electrolytes Angulakshmi, N., Kumar, T. P., Thomas, S., & Stephan, A. M. (2010). Electrochimica Acta, 55(4), 1401-1406.
  8. Dynamic mechanical properties of oil palm microfibril-reinforced natural rubber composites Joseph, S., Appukuttan, S. P., Kenny, J. M., Puglia, D., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2010). Journal of applied polymer science, 117(3), 1298-1308.
  9. Viscoelastic and thermal properties of woven-sisal-fabric-reinforced natural-rubber biocomposites Jacob, M., Jose, J., Jose, S., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of applied polymer science, 117(1), 614-621
  10. The role of interface modification on thermal degradation and crystallization behavior of composites from commingled polypropylene fiber and banana fiber,Paul, S. A., Oommen, C., Joseph, K., Mathew, G., & Thomas, S. (2010). Polymer Composites, 31(6), 1113-1123.
  11. Poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)/calcium phosphate nanocomposites: Thermo mechanical and gas permeability measurements ,Selvin, T. P., Seno, J., Murukan, B., Santhosh, A. A., Sabu, T., Weimin, Y., & Sri, B. (2010). Polymer Composites, 31(6), 1011-1019.
  12. Preparation of polypropylene fiber/banana fiber composites by novel commingling method, Paul, S. A., Joseph, K., Mathew, G., Pothen, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2010). Polymer Composites, 31(5), 816-824.
  13. Melt rheology of HDPE/EVA blends: The effects of blend ratio, compatibilization, and dynamic vulcanization John, B., Varughese, K. T., Oommen, Z., & Thomas, S. (2010). Polymer Engineering & Science, 50(4), 665-676.
  14. Dynamic mechanical analysis of oil palm microfibril-reinforced acrylonitrile butadiene rubber composites,Joseph, S., Sreekumar, P. A., Kenny, J. M., Puglia, D., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2010). Polymer Composites, 31(2), 236.
  15. Dynamic mechanical analysis of novel composites from commingled polypropylene fiber and banana fiber Paul, S. A., Sinturel, C., Joseph, K., Mathew, G. D., Pothan, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2010). Polymer Engineering & Science, 50(2), 384-395.
  16. Viscoelastic and thermal properties of woven-sisal-fabric-reinforced natural-rubber biocomposites ,Jacob, M., Jose, J., Jose, S., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of applied polymer science, 117(1), 614-621.
  17. Rheology and morphology of polytrimethylene terephthalate/ethylene propylene diene monomer blends in the presence and absence of a reactive compatibilizer Aravind, I., Jose, S., Ahn, K. H., & Thomas, S. (2010). Polymer Engineering & Science, 50(10), 1945-1955.
  18. Structural and mechanical properties of YBCO-polystyrene composites Abraham, R., Thomas, P., Kuryan, S., Issac, J., Nandakumar, K., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of applied polymer science, 118(2), 1027-1041.
  19. Morphology, mechanical and thermal properties of nano-structured full IPNs based on polyisoprene and PMMA John, J., Suriyakala, R., Thomas, S., Mendez, J. M., Pius, A., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of materials science, 45(11), 2892-2901.
  20. Effect of sequence of nanoclay addition in TPU/PP blends: thermomechanical properties Kannan, M., Bhagawan, S. S., Jose, T., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2010). Journal of materials science, 45(4), 1078-1085.
  21. Epoxy resin/liquid natural rubber system: secondary phase separation and its impact on mechanical properties, Mathew, V. S., Sinturel, C., George, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of materials science, 45(7), 1769-1781
  22. Transport of methyl methacrylate monomer through natural rubber,John, J., Kunchandy, S., Kumar, A., Pius, A., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of materials science, 45(2), 409-417.
  23. In situ microfibrillar blends and composites of polypropylene and poly (ethylene terephthalate): Morphology and thermal properties,. Jayanarayanan, K., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2011). Journal of polymer research, 18(1), 1-11.
  24. Preparation of Bionanomaterials and their Polymer Nanocomposites from Waste and Biomass Visakh, P. M., & Thomas, S. (2010). Waste and Biomass Valorization, 1(1), 121-134.
  25. Compatibilizing Action of a Poly(styrene-butadiene) Triblock Co-polymer in ABS/PET-G Blends,Joseph, S., Focke, W. W., & Thomas, S. (2010). Composite Interfaces, 17(2-3), 175-196
  26. Preparation and characterization of nanoclay-filled polyurethane/polypropylene blends Kannan, M., Bhagawan, S. S., Jose, T., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2010).. Polymer Engineering & Science, 50(9), 1878-1886.
  27. Reactive compatibilization of polymer blends,Indose Aravind and Sabu Thomas,Society of Plastic Engineers, Plastice Research Online (2010) DOI:2417/spepro.003188
  28. Recent Advances in Green Composites Recent Advances in Green Composites, Gejo, G., Kuruvilla, J., Boudenne, A., & Sabu, T. (2010, March).. In Key Engineering Materials (Vol. 425, pp. 107-166)
  29. Design, Development and Testing of Rubber Nanocomposites, Saritha, A., Kuruvilla, J., & Sabu, T. (2010, March). In Key Engineering Materials (Vol. 425, pp. 61-93).
  30. High-performance nanocomposites based on arcylonitrile-butadiene rubber with fillers of different particle size: Mechanical and morphological studies Thomas, P. C., Tomlal Jose, E., Selvin Thomas, P., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2010). Polymer Composites, 31(9), 1515-1524.
  31. Environmental Degradiation of Remie Fibre Reinforced Biocomposites Krasowska, K., Brzeska, J., Rutkowska, M., Janik, H., Sreekala, M. S., Goda, K., & Sabu, T. Polish J. Environ. Stud(2010) 31 (9) 1515–1524.
  32. Poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)/calcium phosphate nanocomposites: Thermo mechanical and gas permeability measurements Selvin, T. P., Seno, J., Murukan, B., Santhosh, A. A., Sabu, T., Weimin, Y., & Sri, B. (2010). Polymer Composites, 31(6), 1011-1019.
  33. Dynamic Mechanical and Dielectric Behavior of Banana/glass Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Polyester Composites, Pothan, L. A., George, C. N., John, M. J., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, 29(8), 1131-1145.
  34.  Mechanical performance of short banana/sisal hybrid fibre reinforced polyester composites, Thomas, S., Idicula, M., & Joseph, K. (2009). Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites.
  35. Ionic conductivity and interfacial properties of nanochitin-incorporated polyethylene oxide–LiN(C2F5SO2)2 polymer electrolytes ,Angulakshmi, N., Kumar, T. P., Thomas, S., & Stephan, A. M. (2010). Electrochimica Acta, 55(4), 1401-1406.

2009

  1. Polystyrene−Calcium Phosphate Nanocomposites: Preparation, Morphology, and Mechanical Behavior Thomas, S. P., Thomas, S., & Bandyopadhyay, S. (2008). The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 113(1), 97-104.
  2. Mechanical Properties and Morphology of Nanoclay-Filled Different TPU/PP Blends, Kannan, M., Bhagawan, S. S., Joseph, K., & Thomas, S. (2009). Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 48(8), 871-876.
  3. Dynamic Mechanical Analysis of in situ Microfibrillar Composites Based on PP and PET. Jayanarayanan, K., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2009). Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 48(4), 455-463.
  4. A Study on Reaction-Induced Miscibility of Poly(trimethylene terephthalate) /Polycarbonate Blends, Aravind, I., Eichhorn, K. J., Komber, H., Jehnichen, D., Zafeiropoulos, N. E., Ahn, K. H., ... & Thomas, S. (2009). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 113(6), 1569-1578.
  5. Mechanical, atomic force misrosopy and focused ion beam Studies studies of isotactis polystyrene/titanium dioxide composites,Thomas, S. P., Thomas, S., & Bandyopadhyay, S. (2009). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 40(1), 36-44.
  6. Tensile Stress Relaxation Studies of TiO2 and Nanosilica Filled Natural Rubber Composites Meera, A. P., Said, S., Grohens, Y., Luyt, A. S., & Thomas, S. (2009).. Industrial & engineering chemistry research, 48(7), 3410-3416.
  7. Complex Phase Separation in Poly(acrylonitrile−butadiene−styrene)-Modified Epoxy/ 4,4′-Diaminodiphenyl Sulfone Blends: Generation of New Micro and Nano sub structures Jyotishkumar, P., Koetz, J., Tiersch, B., Strehmel, V., Özdilek, C., Moldenaers, P., ... & Thomas, S. (2009). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 113(16), 5418-5430.
  8. Effect of draw ratio on the microstructure, thermal, tensile and dynamic rheological properties of in-situ microfibrillar composites, Jayanarayanan, K., Jose, T., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2009). European Polymer Journal, 45(6), 1738-1747.
  9. Natural fiber hybrid composites - A comparison between compression molding and resin transfer molding Idicula, M., Sreekumar, P. A., Joseph, K., & Thomas, S. (2009). Polymer Composites, 30(10), 1417-1425.
  10. High-performance composite from epoxy and glass fibers: Morphology, mechanical, dynamic mechanical, and thermal analysis Hameed, N., Sreekumar, P. A., Valsaraj, V. S., & Thomas, S. (2009). Polymer composites, 30(7), 982-992.
  11. Nonisothermal thermophysical evaluation of polypropylene/natural rubber based TPEs: Effect of blend ratio and dynamic vulcanization Joseph, A., Lüftl, S., Seidler, S., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2009). Polymer Engineering and Science, 49(7), 1332.
  12. Dynamic mechanical properties of sisal fiber reinforced polyester composites fabricated by resin transfer molding Sreekumar, P. A., Saiah, R., Saiter, J. M., Leblanc, N., Joseph, K., Unnikrishnan, G., & Thomas, S. (2009). Polymer Composites, 30(6), 768-775.
  13. Nonlinear Viscoelastic Behavior of Silica-Filled Natural Rubber Nanocomposites Meera, A. P., Said, S., Grohens, Y., & Thomas, S. (2009). The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 113(42), 17997-18002.
  14. Rheology, Morphology, Mechanical Properties and Free Volume of Poly(trimethylene terephthalate)/Polycarbonate Blends Aravind, I., Ahn, K. H., Ranganathaiah, C., & Thomas, S. (2009). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 48(22), 9942-9951.
  15. Effect of fiber surface modification on the mechanical and water absorption characteristics of sisal/polyester composites fabricated by resin transfer molding Sreekumar, P. A., Thomas, S. P., marc Saiter, J., Joseph, K., Unnikrishnan, G., & Thomas, S. (2009). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 40(11), 1777-1784.
  16. Dynamic mechanical properties of cotton/polypropylene commingled composite systems Elappunkal, T. J., Mathew, R., Thomas, P. C., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2009). Journal of applied polymer science, 114(5), 2624-2631.
  17. Comparison of Interaction of Aromatic Solvents in Hybrid and Textile Biocomposites John, M. J., Thomas, S., & Varughese, K. T. (2009). Journal of Elastomers and Plastics, 41(6), 523-541.

2008

  1. Characterization of EVA/Clay Nanocomposite Membranes and Its Pervaporation Performance Anilkumar, S., Kumaran, M. G., & Thomas, S. (2008). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 112(13), 4009-4015.
  2. Morphology and transport characteristics of poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)/clay nanocomposites Muralidharan, M. N., Kumar, S. A., & Thomas, S. (2008). Journal of Membrane Science, 315(1), 147-154.
  3. Improving reinforcement of natural rubber by networking of activated carbon nanotubes Bhattacharyya, S., Sinturel, C., Bahloul, O., Saboungi, M. L., Thomas, S., & Salvetat, J. P. (2008). Carbon, 46(7), 1037-1045.
  4. Thermal Degradation and Crystallisation Studies of Reactively Compatibilised Polymer Blends, Jose, S., Thomas, S., Biju, P. K., Koshy, P., & Karger-Kocsis, J. (2008). Thermal degradation and crystallisation studies of reactively compatibilised polymer blends. Polymer Degradation and Stability, 93(6), 1176-1187.
  5. Biofibres and biocomposites, Maya Jacob John, Sabu Thomas, Carbohydrate Polymers, (2008) 71 (3) 343
  6. Morphology, static and dynamic mechanical properties of in situ microfibrillar composites based on polypropylene/poly (ethylene terephthalate) blends Jayanarayanan, K., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2008).. Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 39(2), 164-175.
  7. Effect of chemical modification on properties of hybrid fiber biocomposites
    John, M. J., Francis, B., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2008). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 39(2), 352-363.
  8. Miscibility, morphology, thermal, and mechanical properties of a DGEBA based epoxy resin toughened with a liquid rubber Thomas, R., Yumei, D., Yuelong, H., Le, Y., Moldenaers, P., Weimin, Y., ... & Thomas, S. (2008). Polymer, 49(1), 278-294.
  9. Electrical properties of banana fiber-reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites Joseph, S., & Thomas, S. (2008). Journal of applied polymer science, 109(1), 256-263.
  10. Stress-relaxation behavior of natural rubber/polystyrene and natural rubber/polystyrene/natural rubber-graft-polystyrene blends Asaletha, R., Bindu, P., Aravind, I., Meera, A. P., Valsaraj, S. V., Yang, W., & Thomas, S. (2008). Journal of applied polymer science, 108(2), 904-913.
  11. Molecular transport characteristics of poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) membranes in the presence of normal alkanes Anilkumar, S., & Thomas, S. (2008). Packaging Technology and Science, 21(2), 103-114.
  12. Mechanical properties and water sorption behavior of phenol-formaldehyde hybrid composites reinforced with banana fiber and glass fiber Joseph, S., Sreekala, M. S., Koshy, P., & Thomas, S. (2008). Journal of applied polymer science, 109(3), 1439-1446.
  13. Gas Transport Through Nano Poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) Composite Membranes, Kumar, S. A., Yuelong, H., Yumei, D., Le, Y., Kumaran, M. G., & Thomas, S. (2008). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 47(14), 4898-4904.
  14. PVT Behavior of Thermoplastic Poly(styrene-co-acrylonitrile modifed Epoxy, Resin Jose, J., Joseph, K., Pionteck, J., & Thomas, S. (2008). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 112(47), 14793-14803.

2007

  1. Supercapacitors from Activated Carbon Derived from Banana Fibers Subramanian, C. Luo, A. M. Stephan, K. S. Nahm, S. Thomas and B. Wei, Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2007) 111 7527.
  2. Molecular transport of aromatic solvents through microcomposites of natural rubber (NR), carboxylated styrene butadiene rubber (XSBR) and their blends Stephen, K. Joseph, Z. Oommen and S. Thomas, Composites Science and Technology (2007)  67 1187.
  3. Cure kinetics, morphology and miscibility of modified DGEBA-based epoxy resin – Effects of a liquid rubber inclusion Thomas, S. Durix, C. Sinturel, T. Omonov, S. Goossens, G. Groeninckx, P. Moldenaers and S. Thomas, Polymer(2007) 48 1695.
  4. A comparative study on mechanical properties of sisal-leaf fibre-reinforced polyester composites prepared by resin transfer and compression moulding techniques A. Sreekumar, K. Joseph, G. Unnikrishnan and S Thomas, Composites Science and Technology, (2007) 67453.
  5. Morphology and Contact Angle studies of Poly(Styrene-Co-Acrylonitrile) modified epoxy resin blends and their glass fibre reinforced Composites Hameed, S. P. Thomas, R. Abraham and S. Thomas, Express Polymer Letters (2007) 1 345.
  6. Flow properties of unvulcanised natural rubber/carboxylated styrene butadiene rubber latices and their blends Stephen, K. V. S. N. Raju, M. Rao, B. Francis, K. Joseph and S. Thomas, Journal of Applied Polymer Science (2007) 104 2428.
  7. Durability and ageing characteristics of hybrid bio-fiber reinforced natural rubber biocompositesMaya Jacob, K.T. Varughese and Sabu Thomas, Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy (2007) 1 118
  8. Morphology, Dynamic Mechanical and Thermal Studies on Poly(Styrene-co-Acrylonitrile) Modified Epoxy Resin/Glass Fibre Composites Hameed, P.A. Sreekumar, B. Francis, W. Yang and S. Thomas, Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, ( 2007) 35 2422.
  9. Durability and ageing characteristics of hybrid bio-fiber reinforced natural rubber biocompositesMaya Jacob, K.T. Varughese and Sabu Thomas, Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy(2007) 1 118
  10. Diglycidyl ether of bisphenol-A epoxy resin modified using poly(ether ether ketone) with pendent tert-butyl groupsBejoy Francis, Sabu Thomas, R. Sadhana, Nicole Thuaud, R. Ramaswamy, Seno Jose, V. Lakshmana Rao, Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics (2007) 45 (17) 2481
  11. Sorption and diffusion of normal alkanes through poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) membranes Anil Kumar, M. G. Kumaran, Sabu Thomas, Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics(2007) 45 (17) 2470
  12. Thermal degradation and ageing behavior of microcomposites of natural rubber, carboxylated styrene butadiene rubber latices, and their blendsRanimol Stephen, A. M. Siddique, Fouran Singh, Lekshmi Kailas, Seno Jose, Kuruvilla Joseph, Sabu Thomas, Journal of Applied Polymer Science(2007) 105 (2) 341
  13. Dynamic Mechanical and Dielectric Properties of Nanocomposites of Natural Rubber (NR), Carboxylated Styrene Butadiene Rubber (XSBR) Latices and Their Blends, Stephen R; Thomas S;  Raju KVSN; Varghese S; Joseph K; Oommeni  Z,  Rubber chemistry and  technology. (2007) 80 672
  14. Melt rheology and extrudate morphology studies of polystyrene/polybutadiene blends in the presence and absence of compatibilisers Susan Joseph; A Menon; Aju Joseph; Sabu Thomas, Journal of Materials Science, (2007)42 2063

2006

  1. Transport of organic solvents through coir-fiber-reinforced natural rubber composites: a method for evaluating interfacial interaction, Geethamma V.G., Thomas S., J. Adhes. Sci. Technol. (2006) 18 951
  2. Thermophysical properties of natural fibre reinforced polyester composites, Idicula M., Boudenne A., Umadevi L., Ibos L., Candau Y., Thomas S., Sci. Technol., (2006) 662719
  3. Dynamical mechanical analysis of sisal/oil palm hybrid fiber-reinforced natural rubber composites, Jacob M, Francis B, Thomas S, Varughese K.T., Polym. Compos., (2006) 27671
  4. The Effect of Silane Coupling Agents on the Viscoelastic Properties of Rubber Biocomposites, Jacob M., Francis B., Varughese K. T., Thomas S., Macromol. Mater. Engg., (2006)2911119
  5. Melting and crystallization behaviors of isotactic polypropylene/acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber blends in the presence and absence of compatibilizers and fillers, A. Joseph, S. George, K. Joseph, S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2006)1022067
  6. Molecular transport characteristics of polyethylene-co-*vinyl acetate) in presence of aliphatic chlorinated hydrocarbons, SA Kumar, Thomas S, Prog. Rubber, Plast. Recycl. Technol., (2006)22285
  7. Sorption and diffusion of arenes through poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) membranes, Thomas S,Kumar SA, Kumaran MG, J. Mater. Sci. (2006), 41 4892
  8. Correlation between the morphology and dynamic mechanical properties of ethylene vinyl acetate/linear low-density polyethylene blends: Effects of the blend ratio and compatibilization, Moly K.A,Bhagawan SS, Groeninckx G, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. (2006) 100 4526
  9. Polymer nanocomposites: preperation, properties and applications, P. Thomas, R. Stephen, S.Bandyopadhyay, S. Thomas, Gummi Fascrn Kunststoffe, (2006)  9 544
  10. Mechanical Properties of Sulphur Prevulcanised and Gamma Radiation Vulcanised Natural Rubber and Carboxylated Styrene Butadiene Rubber Latices and Their Blends, Stephen, K. Joseph, S. Thomas, J. Rubb. Res., (2006) 9 78
  11. Thermal and crystallisation behaviours of blends of polyamide 12 with styrene-ethylene/butyleneestyrene rubbers, Jose, S. P. Thomas , S. Thomas, J. Karger-Kocsis, Polymer (2006) 47 6328
  12. A study on the moisture sorption characteristics in woven sisal fabric reinforced natural rubber biocomposites, Appl. Polym. Sci., M. Jacob, K. T. Varughese, S. Thomas (2006) 102 416
  13. The role of fibre/matrix interactions on the dynamic mechanical properties of chemically modified banana fibre/polyester composites, Compos. Part A: Appl. Sci. and Manufact., A. Pothan, S. Thomas and G. Groeninckx, (2006) 371260
  14. Cure kinetics, morphological and dynamic mechanical analysis of diglycidyl ether of bisphenol-A epoxy resin modified with hydroxyl terminated poly(ether ether ketone) containing pendent tertiary butyl groups, Francis, V. Lakshmana Rao, Geert Vanden Poel, Fabrice Posada, Gabriel Groeninckx, R. Ramaswamy and Sabu Thomas, Polymer, (2006) 475411
  15. XPS Studies of Chemically Modified Banana Fibers, A. Pothan, F. Simon, S. Spange, and S.Thomas, Biomacromolecules, (2006) 7 892
  16. Pyrolitic carbon from biomass precursors as anode materials for lithium batteries, A. Manuel Stephan, T. Prem Kumar, R. Ramesh, S. Thomas, Soo kyung Jeong and Kee Suk Nahm, J. Materials Sci. & Eng. (2006) 430 132
  17. Diffusion and transport through nanocomposites of natural rubber (NR), carboxylated styrene butadiene rubber (XSBR) and their blends, R. Stephen, Siby Varghese, Kuruvilla Joseph, Zachariah Oommen and Sabu Thomas, J. Membrane Sci. (2006) 282162
  18. Rheological behaviour of nanocomposites of natural rubber and carboxylated Styrene butadiene rubber lattices and their blends, .R. Stephen, Rossamma Alex, Tressa Cherian , Siby Varghese, Kuruvilla Joseph and S. Thomas, Appl. Polym. Sci. (2006) 101 2355
  19. Morphology and mechanical properties and polyamide12/polypropylene blends in presence and absecens of reactive compatibiliser, S. Jose, B. Francis, S. Thomas and J. Karger Kocsis, Polymer, (2006)  47 3874
  20. Thermal stability and ageing properties of sulphur and gamma radiation vulcanized natural rubber (NR) and carboxylated styrene butadiene rubber (XSBR) latices and their blends, R. Stephen, Seno Jose, Kuruvilla Joseph, Sabu Thomas and Zachariah Oommen, Polym. Degrad. and Stab. (2006) 91 1717
  21. Gas transport through nano and micro composites of natural rubber (NR) and their blends with carboxylated styrene butadiene rubber (XSBR) latex membranes, R. Stephen, C. Ranganathaiah, Siby Varghese, Kuruvilla Joseph and Sabu Thomas, Polymer (2006) 47 858
  22. Differential scanning calorimetric and free volume study of reactive compatibilization by EPM-g-MA of poly(trimethylene terephthalate)/EPDM blends, H. B. Ravikumar, C. Ranganathaiah, G. N. Kumaraswamy, M. V. Deepa Urs, J. H Jagannath, A. S. Bawa and Sabu Thomas , J. Appl. Polym. Sci. (2006) 100 740
  23. Environmental durability of banana-fiber-reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites, S. Joseph, Z. Oommen and Sabu Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. (2006) 100 2521
  24. Failure properties of thermoplastic elastomers from polyethylene/nitrile rubber blends:dynamic vulcanization, and filler incorporation failure effect of blend ratio, J. George, N. R. Neelakantan, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, J.Appl.Polym. Sci. (2006) 100 2912
  25. Toughening of diglycidyl ether of bisphenol-A epoxy resin using poly (ether ether ketone) with pendent ditert-butyl groups, B. Francis, S. Thomas, R. Ramaswamy, and V. Lakshmana Rao, International J. Polym. Mat., (2006) 55 681
  26. Hydroxyl terminated poly (ether ether ketone) with pendent tert-butyl groups as tougheners for epoxy resin, Francis, S. Thomas, G. Viswanathan Asari, R. Ramaswamy, S. Jose,V. Lakshmana Rao, J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys., (2006) 44 541
  27. Effect of reactive compatibilisation on the phase morphology and tensile properties of PA12/PP Blends, Jose, S. V. Nair, S. Thomas, J. Karger-Kocsis, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2006) 99 2640
  28. Studies on the morphology and thermal behaviour of polystyrene/polybutadiene blends, Joseph S, Radusch HJ, Androsch R, J.Polym.Mates. (2006) 22 251

2005

  1. The role of interfacial interactions on the mechanical properties of banana fibre reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites, Thomas S Joseph S, Koshy P, Comp.Inter. (2005) 12 581
  2. Water sorption studies of hybrid bio-fiberreinforced natural rubber biocomposites, M. Jacob, S. Thomas and K.T. Varughese, Biomacromolecules, (2005) 6 2965
  3. Dynamic mechanical properties of high density polyethylene and nitrile rubber blends, J. George, N.R. Neelakantan, K.T. Varughese and S. Thomas, Rubber Chemistry and Technology, (2005) 78 286
  4. Advances in Characterisation of Interfaces and fiber surfaces in Lignocellulosic fiber Reinforced Composites, M. Jacob, L.A.Pothan and S.Thomas, Composite Interfaces, (2005) 12 124
  5. Static and dynamic Mechanical Properties of Banana/Glass woven fabric Composites, L. A. Pothan, Petra Potschke and S. Thomas, J. Comp. Mater, (2005) 39 1007
  6. Morphology, viscoelastic properties, and mechanical behavior of epoxy resin modified with hydroxyl-terminated poly(ether ether ketone) oligomer with pendent tert-butyl groups, Bejoy Francis, V. Lakshmana Rao, R. Ramaswamy, Seno Jose, Sabu Thomas and K.V.S.N. Raju, Polym. Eng. Sci., (2005) 45 1645
  7. Hydroxyl terminated poly(ether ether ketone) with pendent methyl group toughened epoxy resin: Miscibility, morphology and mechanical properties, Bejoy Francis, Sabu Thomas, Jesmy Jose, R. Ramaswamy, V. Lakshmana Rao, Polymer, (2005) 46, 12372
  8. Dynamic mechanical behavior of short coir fiber reinforced natural rubber composites, G. Geethamma, G. Kalaprasad, Gabriël Groeninckx and Sabu Thomas,Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, (2005) 36 1499
  9. Compatibilising action of random and triblock copolymers of poly(styrene–butadiene) in polystyrene/polybutadiene blends: A study by electron microscopy, solid state NMR spectroscopy and mechanical measurements, Susan Joseph, Francoise Lauprêtre, Claire Negrell and Sabu Thomas, Polymer, (2005) 46 9385
  10. Effect of layering pattern on dynamic mechanical properties of randomly oriented short banana/sisal hybrid fiber-reinforced polyester composites, Maries Idicula, S. K. Malhotra, Kuruvilla Joseph and Sabu Thomas, of Appl.Polym.Sci., (2005) 972168
  11. Gas permeation studies of natural rubber and carboxylated styrene-butadiene rubber latex membranes, Ranimol Stephen, Sabu Thomas and Kuruvilla Joseph, J. of Appl. Polym. Sci.,  (2005) 98 1125
  12. Morphology, mechanical and viscoelastic properties of nitrile rubber/epoxidized natural rubber blends, Asha Elizabeth Mathai and Sabu Thomas, J. of Appl. Polym. Sci., (2005)971561
  13. Dynamic mechanical analysis of randomly oriented intimately mixed short banana/sisal hybrid fibre reinforced polyester compositesMaries Idicula, S.K. Malhotra, Kuruvilla Joseph and Sabu Thomas, Sci. and Tech., (2005)  65 1077
  14. Diffusion of water and artificial seawater through coir fiber reinforced natural rubber composites, Polymer Composites, G. Geethamma, S. Thomas, Polymer Composites, (2005) 26 136
  15. Nonisothermal crystallisation, melting behavior and wide angle X-ray scattering investigations on linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE)/ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) blends: effects of compatibilisation and dynamic crosslinking, A. Moly, H.J. Radusch, R. Androsh, S.S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, European Polymer Journal (2005) 41 1410
  16. A study of the mechanical properties of randomly oriented short banana and sisal hybrid fiber reinforced polyester composites, Idicula, N. R. Neelakantan, Z. Oommen, K. Joseph and S.Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2005) 96 1699
  17. Dynamic mechanical properties of oil palm fiber/phenol formaldehyde and oil palm fiber/glass hybrid phenol formaldehyde composites Polymer Composites, S. Sreekala, S. Thomas, G. Groeninckx, Polymer Composites, (2005) 26 388

2004

  1. Natural rubber composites reinforced with sisal/oil palm hybrid fibers: Tensile and cure characteristics, Jacob, S.Thomas and K. T. Varughese, J. App. Polym. Sci., (2004) 93 2305
  2. Tensile stress relaxation of short-coir-fiber-reinforced natural rubber composites, G. Geethamma, L. A. Pothen, B. Rhao, N. R. Neelakantan and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2004) 94 96
  3. Effect of fibre length and chemical modifications on the tensile properties of intimately mixed short sisal/glass hybrid fibre reinforced low density polyethylene composites, G Kalaprasad, B. Francis, S. Thomas, C. Radhesh Kumar, C Pavithran, G Groeninckx and S.Thomas, Polymer International, (2004) 53 1624
  4. Effects of blend ratio and crosslinking systems on the curing behaviour, Morphology and mechanical properties of styrene butadiene rubber/Poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate blends, C.K.Radhakrishnan, A.Sujith, G.Unnikrishnan, Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 94 (2004) 827
  5. Cure characteristics and mechanical properties of short nylon fiber reinforced nitrile rubber composites, C.Rajesh, G.Unnikrishnan, E.Purushothaman, Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2004) 92 1023
  6. Phase morphology, crystallisation behaviour and mechanical properties of isotactic polypropylene/high density polyethylene blends, Jose, A. S. Aprem, B. Francis, M. C. Chandy, P.Werner, V. Alstaedt and S. Thomas, European Polymer Journal. (2004) 40  2105
  7. Influence of carboxyl-terminated (butadiene-co-acrylonitrile) loading on the mechanical and thermal properties of cured epoxy blends, Thomas, J. Abraham, T. P. Selvin, S. Thomas, J.Polym.Sci.Part B: Polym.Phys (2004) 42 2531
  8. Viscoelastic behavior of polypropylene/nitrile rubber thermoplastic elastomer blends: Application of Kerner's models for reactively compatibilized and dynamically vulcanized systems, G.Bandyopadhyay, S.S. Bhagawan, S. Thomas and K.N. Ninan, J Polym Sci pol phys (2004) 42 1417
  9. Studies on double networks in natural rubber vulcanizates, S.Aprem, K.Joseph and S.Thomas J. App. Polymer Sci., (2004) 911068
  10. Permeation of chlorinated hydrocarbons through nylon 6/ethylene-propylene rubber blends, G. Soney, K. N. Ninan, G. Geuskens and S.Thomas, J. Appl Polym Sci., (2004) 91 3756
  11. Mechanical properties of TiO2 reinforced Polystyrene Microcomposites, P.Selvin, K.Joseph and S. Thomas, Mater. Lett., (2004) 58 281
  12. Stress Relaxation Behaviour of Banana fiber- reinforced polyester composites, A. Pothan, N. R. Neelakantan, B. Rao and S. Thomas, J. Rein. Plast. Comp, (2004) 23(2) 153
  13. Design and characterization of microfibrillar reinforced composite materials based on PET / PAI 12 blends, M. Sarkissova, C. Harrats, G. Groneninckx, Thomas, P.Moldnaers and J.Mewis, Composites: Part A, (2004) 35 489
  14. Melt Rheology and Morphology of Nylon 6 / EPR blends, Oommen, G. Groeninckx and S.Thomas, J. Appl. Polym.Sci., (2004) 92 252
  15. Mechanical properties of sisal / oil palm hybrid fibre reinforced natural rubber composites, Jacob, K.T.Varughese and S. Thomas, Comp. Sci. & Tech., (2004) 64955
  16. Compatibilizing effect of EPM-g-MA in EPDM / poly (trimethylene terephthalate) incompatible blends, I. Aravind, P. Albert, C.Ranganathaiah, J.V.Kurian and S.Thomas, Polymer, (2004) 45 4925

2003

  1. Mass transfer characteristics of natural rubber/ethylene vinyl acetate blends, A.Sujith, C.K.Radhakrishnan, G.Unnikrishnan, Thomas, J.Appl.Polym.Sci., ( 2003) 90 2691
  2. Tearing and glass transition behavior of thermoplastic elastomeric blends of high density polyethylene/styrene butadiene rubber: Influence of blend ratio, morphology and dynamic crosslinking, K Jayasree, P. Predeep, S. Thomas and K.P. Laladas, J. Polym. Materials, (2003) 20 227
  3. Physical, mechanical, and viscoelastic properties of natural rubber vulcanizates cured with new binary accelerator system, S. Aprem, K. Joseph, R. Laxminarayanan and S. Thomas, J. App. Polym. Sci., (2003) 87 2193
  4. Mechanical and viscoelastic behavior of natural rubber and carboxylated styrene-butadience rubber latex blends, Stephen, K.V.S.N. Raju, S.V.Nair, S. Varghese, Z.Oommen and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2003) 88 2639
  5. Polystyrene/polybutadiene blends: an analysis of the phase-inversion region and cophase continuity and a comparison with theoretical predictions, Joseph, M. Rutkowska, M.Jastrzebska and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2003) 89 1007
  6. Melt rheological behavior of intimately mixed short sisal-glass hybrid fiber-reinforced low-density polyethylene II. Chemical modification, G. Kalaprasad and S.Thomas, J. App. Poly.Sci., (2003) 89 443
  7. Crystallization kinetics of pineapple leaf fiber reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites, S. Sreekala, R.Mangal, N.S.Saxena, G.P.Singh and S.Thomas, J. App. Polym. Sc., (2003) 89 1708
  8. Thermal properties of pineapple leaf fiber reinforced composites, S. Sreekala, R. Mangal, N.S. Saxena, S. Thomas and K. Singh, Materials Science & Engineering A (Structural Materials: Properties, Microstructure and Processing) (2003) 339 281
  9. Crystallization kinetics of pineapple leaf fiber reinforced phenol formaldehyde, S. Sreekala, G.P.Singh, R. Mangal, N.S. Saxena, G.P. Joshi and S.Thomas, Ind. J. Pure & App. Phy (2003) 41 470
  10. Thermal conduction and diffusion through glass-banana fiber polyester, A. Pothen, R. Agarwal, N.S .Saxena , K.B. Sharma and S.Thomas, Ind. J. Pure & App. Phy(2003) 41 448
  11. Measurement of effective thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity for assessing the integrity of fiber to matrix bond in natural fiber composite, S. Sreekala, R. Mangal, N. S. Saxena, G.P. Joshi and S.Thomas, Ind. J. Pure & App. Phy (2003) 41712
  12. Structural relaxation of hybrid composite of phenol formaldehyde, S. Sreekala, K. Singh, N.S. Saxena and S.Thomas, Ind. J. Eng. Mater. (2003) 10 65
  13. Temperature dependence of thermophysical properties of untreated glass oil-palm-fibre reinforced phenol formaldehyde composite, K. Singh N.S. Saxena and Thomas J. Sci.,Ind Res India (2003) 62 903
  14. Temperature dependence of the thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity of treated oil-palm-fiber-reinforced phenolformaldehyde composites, S. Sreekala, K. Singh, N.S. Saxena and S.Thomas, J. Appl.Polym. Sci., (2003) 89 3458
  15. Dynamic Mechanical Behaviour of High Density Polyethylene- Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Copolymer Blends: The effect of blend ratio, reactive compatibilisation dynamic vulcanization, John, K.T. Varughese, Z.Oommen, P. Poetschke and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2003) 87 2083
  16. Influence ofhygrothermally degraded polyester urethane on physical mechanical properties of chloroprene rubber, S. Aprem, S. Jose, S.Thomas, N. M. Barkoula & J.K. Kocsis, European Polymer Journal, (2003) 39 69
  17. Effect of 1-phenyl-2, 4-dithiobiuret as secondary accelerator on cure characteristics vulcanizate Properties of natural rubber- styrene/butadiene rubber blends, S. Aprem, K. Joseph, S.Thomas, N. M. Barkoula and J.K. Kocsis, Plastics, Rubber Composites, (2003) 32 1
  18. Studies on accelrator sulphur vulcanization of natural rubber using 1-phenyl-2,4-dithiobiuret/tertiary butyl Benzothiazole sulphenamide, S. Aprem, K. Joseph, T. Mathew, V. Altstaedt and S. Thomas, European Polymer Journal, (2003) 39 1451
  19. Viscoelastic properties of nano structured natural rubber/polystyrene interpenetrating polymer Networks, P. Mathew, G. Groeninckx, G.J.Michler, H.J.Radusch and S.Thomas, J.Polym.Sci: Part B: Polym. Physics, (2003) 41 1680
  20. Transport of aromatic solvents through Nitrile rubber/ Epoxidized natural rubber blend membranes, E. Mathai, R.P.Singh and S. Thomas, Polym.Engg Sci., (2003) 43 3
  21. Devolopment characterization of noval EPDM/NR prophylactic waste composites, Mathew, R.P.Singh, N.R.Nair and S.Thomas, J.Mat.Sci., (2003) 38 2469
  22. The thermal crystallization studies of short sisal fibre reinforced polypropylene composites, V. Joseph, K.Joseph, S.Thomas, C.K.S.Pillai, V.S.Prasad, G.Groeninckx and M. Sarkissova, Composites: Part A, (2003) 34 253
  23. Dynamic Mechanical properties of short sisal fibre reinforced polypropylene composites, V. Joseph, G.Mathew, K.Joseph, G.Groeninckx and S.Thomas, Composites: Part A (2003) 34 275
  24. Dynamic mechanical analysis of banana fibre reinforced polyester composites, A. Pothan, Z.Oommen and S. Thomas, Comp.Sci. Tech., (2003) 63 283
  25. Polarity parameters dynamic mechanical behaviour of chemically modified banana fibre Reinforced polyester composites, A. Pothan and S.Thomas, Comp.Sci. Tech (2003). 63 1231
  26. Compatibilsation of heterogenous acrylonitrile butadiene rubber / polystyrene blends by the addition of styrene acrylonitrile copolymer : Effect on morphology mechanical properties, Monsy Mathew and S.Thomas, Polymer, (2003) 44 1295
  27. Blends of nylon/acrylonitrile butadiene rubber: Effects on Blend Ratio, Dynamic Vulcanization Reactive Compatibilization on Rheology Extrudate Morphology, R. Kumar, S.V.Nair, K.E.George, Z.Oommen and S. Thomas, Polym.Engg. Sci., 43 (2003) 9
  28. Morphology, Morphology Development Mechanical Properties of Polystyrene/ Polybutadiene Blends, Joseph and S.Thomas, European Polymer Journal, (2003) 39 115
  29. Investigation of Oil Palm Pineapple Fibre Reinforced Phenol Formaldehyde Composite by Acrylic Emission Technique,S.Sreekala, T.Czigany, A.Romhany and S.Thomas, Polyms Polym Comp. (2003)  11 1
  30. Effect of Fibre Surface modification on water – sorption characteristics of Oil Palm Fibres, S.Sreekala and S.Thomas, Comp. Sci. Tech., (2003) 63 861
  31. Cure Kinetics, Morphology of Blends of Epoxy resin with Poly (ether ether ketone) containing Pendant tertiary butyl groups, Francis, G. Venpoel, F. Posada, G.Groeninckx,V.L. Rao, R.Ramaswamy and S.Thomas, Polymer, (2003) 44 3687
  32. Sorption Diffusion of Methyl substituted benzenes through crosslinked nitrile rubber/ Poly (ethylene co – vinyl acetate) blend membranes, Joseph, A.E.Mathai and S.Thomas, J. Memb. Sci., (2003) 220 13
  33. A study of the utilization of reclaimed Natural rubber prophylatic in Blend with Epoxidized Natural rubber and Sillica, Mathew, R.P. Singh, G. Groeninckx and S. Thomas, Process in Rubber, Plastics Recycling Technology, (2003) 19 205
  34. Melt rheological behaviour of intimately mixed short sisal-glas hybrid fiber-reinforced low-density polyethylene Composites II: Chemical Modification, Kalaprasad and S.Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2003) 89 443
  35. Compatibilisation of heterogeneous acrylonitrile butadines rubber polystyrene blends by the addition of Styrene – acrylonitrilc compolymer effect on morphology mechanichal properties, Mathew and S. Thomas, Polymer, (2003) 44 1295
  36. Mechanical viscoelastic behaviour of NR XSBR Latex Blends, R. Stephen, K.V.S.N. Raju, S. V. Nair, S. Varghese, Z. Oommen and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym.Sci., (2003) 88 2639

2002

  1. Melt Rheology, Morphology of LLDPE/ EVA blends: Effect of blend ratio, Compatibilization and Crosslinking, A. Moly, Z.Oommen, S.S. Bhagawan, G. Groeninckx and S Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2002) 86 3210
  2. A comparison of the mechanical properties of phenol formaldehyde composites reinforced with banana fibre glass fibre, S. Joseph, M.S. Sreekala, Z. Oommen, P. Kozhy and S. Thomas, Comp. Sci. Tech., (2002) 62 1857
  3. Transport of substituted benzenes through nitrile rubber/natural rubber blend membranes,E Mathai, R.P.Singh and S.Thomas, J.Memb.Sci., (2002) 202 35
  4. Molecular transport of aromatic hydrocarbons through ethylene propylene diene terpolymer, P.V. Anilkumar, K.T.Varghese and S.Thomas, Poly. and Polym.Comp. (2002) 10(7)  553
  5. Dynamic mechanical behavior of acrylonitile butadiene rubber/polyethylene-co-vinyl acetate) blends, H. Varghese, T.Johnson, S.S.Bhagawan, S.Joseph, G.Groeninckx and S.Thomas, and J.Polym.Sci: Part B: Polym.Phy. (2002) 40 1556
  6. Effect of fiber surface treatments on the fiber-matrix interaction in banana fiber reinforced polyester Composites, L.A. Pothan, J. George and S.Thomas, Comp.Interface., (2002) 9(4) 335
  7. Environmental effects on the degradation behaviour of sisal fibre reinforced polypropylene composites, P.V. Joseph, M.S. Rabello, L.H.C. Mattoso, K.Joseph and S.Thomas, Comp. Sci.and Tech., (2002) 62 1357
  8. Viscoelastic properties of oil palm fibre reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites, S. Joseph, M.S. Sreekala and S.Thomas, Int.J.of Pla.Tech., (2002) 5(1) 28
  9. Transport of aromatic solvents through natural rubber/polystyrene (NR/PS) interpenetrating polymer network membranes, A.P.Mathew, S.Packirisamy, R.Stephen and S.Thomas, J.Memb.Sci., (2002) 201 213
  10. Modelling of tensile moduli in polystyrene/polybutadiene blends, S.Joseph and Thomas, J. Polym. Sci. Part B: Polym. Phys., (2002) 40 755
  11. Short sisal fiber reinforced polypropylene composites: the role of interface modification on ultimate properties, P. V. Joseph, K. Joseph and S. Thomas, Comp. Interface., (2002) 9(2) 171
  12. Melt elasticity behaviour extrudate characteristics of LLDPE/EVA blends: effect of blend ratio, compatibilisation, dynamic cross-linking, K.A.Moly, S.S. Bhagawan and S.Thomas, Mat. Lett., (2002) 53 346
  13. The mechanical performance of hybrid phenol-formaldehyde-based composites reinforced with glass oil palm fibres, M.S. Sreekala, J.George, M.G. Kumaran and S.Thomas, Comp. Sci. and Tech., (2002) 62 339
  14. Water sorption in oil palm fibre reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites, M.S. Sreekala, M.G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Composites Part A, (2002) 33 763.
  15. Melt elasticity extrudate characteristics of polystyrene/polybutadiene blends, S. Joseph, Z. Oommen S. Thomas, Mater. Lett., (2002) 53 268

2001

  1. Reactive Blending with immiscible functional polymers: Molecular, morphological interfacial aspects, G.Groeninckx, S. Thomas, C. Harrats “Reactive Polymer Blending”, W. Baker and C. Scoot G. H. Hu (Ed.), Hanser Publishers, Munch Chap. (2001) 3, 43
  2. Cure Characteristics mechanical properties of vulcanised natural rubber by using a new binary accelerator system, A. S. Aprem, K. Joseph, G. Mathew and S. Thomas, J. Rubb. Res., (2001) 4(1) 44
  3. Permeation of nitrogen oxygen gases through styrene-butadiene rubber, natural rubber styrene-butadiene rubber/natural rubber blend membranes, S. C. George, K. N. Ninan and S. Thomas, Eur. Polym. J., (2001) 37 183
  4. Recycling of natural rubber latex waste its interaction in epoxidised natural rubber, G. Mathew, R. P. Singh, N. R. Nair and S. Thomas, Polymer, (2001) 42 2137
  5. Interfacial Adhesion in sial fiber/SBR composites: an investigation by the restricted equilibrium swelling technique, R. P. Kumar and Thomas, J. Adhesion Sci., Technol., (2001) 15 (6)  633
  6. Izod impact behaviour of natural rubber/polystyrene interpenetrating polymer networks, A. P. Mathew and Thomas, Mater. Lett., (2001) 50 154
  7. Effect of initiating system, blend ratio crosslink density on the mechaical properties failure topography of nano-structured full-interpenetrating polymer networks from natural rubber polystyrene, A.P. Mathew, S. Packirisamy, H. J. Radusch and S. Thomas, E. Polym. J., (2001) 37 1921
  8. Studies on the thermal stability of natural rubber/polystyrene interpenetrating polymer networks: thermogravimetric analysis, A. P. Mathew, S. Packirisamy and S. Thomas, Polym. Deg. and Stab., (2001) 72 423
  9. Thermogravimetric analysis thermal ageing of crosslinked nitrile rubber/poly-ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) blends, H. Varghese, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, J. Therm. Analy. and Calo., (2001) 63 749
  10. Transport phenomena through polymer systems, S. C. Geroge and Thomas, Prog; Polym.Sci., (2001) 26 985
  11. Tansport of water through polyamide-nitrile rubber blends ans its influence on mechanical properties, C.R. Kuamr, B.Francis and S.Thomas, Poym.Polym.Comp., (2001) 9 247
  12. Water absorption kinetics in oil palm fibers, M.S. Sreekala, M.G. Kumaran and S.Thomas, J. Polym. Sci.: Part B Phy, (2001) 39 1215.
  13. Thermal dynamic mecahnical analysis of polystyrene composites reinfroced with short sisal fibers, K. C. M Nair, G. Groeninckx and S. Thomas, Comp.Sci.Tech, (2001), 61 2519
  14. Interaction of n- alkanes with crosslinked cis-1, 4- polybutadiene, J. J. Manikath, B. Francis, M. Jacob, R. Stephen, S. Joseph, S. Jose and S. Thomas, J. of Applied Polym. Sci., (2001) 82 2404.

2001

  1. Molecular transport of aromatic solvents in isotactic polypropylene/ acrylonitrile-co-butadiene rubber blends, S. George, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, Polymer, (2000) 41 579
  2. Dynamically vulcanised thermoplastic elastomer blends of polyethylene nitrile rubber, J. George, K.T.Varughese and S. Thomas, Polymer, (2000) 41 1507
  3. Dynamic mechanical thermal properties of physically compatibilised natural rubber/poly (methyl methacrylate) blends by the addition of natural rubber-graft-poly (methyl methacrylate), Z. Oommen, G. Groeninckx and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys. (2000) 38 525
  4. Melt Rheology Morphology of Thermoplastic elastomers from polyethylene/ nitrile-rubber blends: The effect of blend ratio, reactive compatibilization, dynamic vulcanization, J. George, K. Ramamurthy, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, J. of Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys. (2000) 38 1104
  5. Thermal crystallisation behaviour of isotactic polypropylene/nitrile rubber blends, S. George, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, Polymer, (2000) 41 5485
  6. Carbon-Black-Filed SBR composites: The effect of rubber-filler interaction on transport, S. C. George and S. Thomas, J. Macromol. Sci., Phys. B (2000) 39 (2) 175
  7. Sorption, diffusion permeation of chlorinated hydrocarbon vapours through natrural rubber, epoxidised natural rubber their blends, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, Polym. -Plast. Technol. Eng., ( 2000) 39(2), 363
  8. Effect of expoxidation on the transport behaviour mechanical properties of natural rubber, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, Polymer (2000) 41 7511
  9. Pervaporation separation of chlorinated hydrocarbon acetone mixtures with crosslinked styrene-butadiene rubber natural rubber blend membranes, S. C. George, K. N. Ninan and S. Thomas. J. Memb. Sci., (2000) 176 131
  10. Morphology melt rheological behaviour of short-sisal fibre reinforced SBR composites, R. Prasanthakumar, K. C. M. Nair and S. Thomas, S. C. Schit, K. Ramamurthy, Comp. Sci. Tech., (2000) 60 1737
  11. Rheological behaviour of short sisal fiber-reinforced polystyrene composites, K. C. M. Nair, R. P. Nair, S. Thomas, Sc. Schit and K. Ramamurthy, Composites, Part A (2000) 31 1231
  12. Sorption diffusion of acrylonitrle monomer through crosslinked nitrile rubber, A. S. Aprem, K. Joseph, A. P. Mathew and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2000) 78 (5) 941
  13. Molecular transport of aromatic hydrocarbons through nylon-6/ethylene propylene rubber blends: Relationship between phse morphology transport charactecistics, S. C. George, G. Groeninckx, K. N. Ninan and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys., (2000) 38 2136
  14. Styrene-butadiene rubber/natural rubber blends: morphology, transport behaviour dynamic mechanical mechanical properties, S. C. George, K. N. Ninana, G. Groeninckx and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2000) 78 1280
  15. Determination of polarity parameters of chemically modified cellulose fibers by means of the solvatochromic techniqe, L. A. Pothan, Y. Zimmermann, S. Thomas, S. Spange, J. Polym. Sci.: Part B: Polym. Phys., (2000) 38 2546
  16. The role of crosslinking crystalisation on the transport characteristics of ethylene-propylene rubber membranes, S. V. Nair, M. S. Sreekala, G. Unnikrishnan, T. Johnson, S. Thomas and G. Groeninckx, J. Memb. Sci., (2000) 1771
  17. Role of natural rubber prophylactics waste in deenhancing thermal conductiveness of SBR composites with inorganic fillers, N. S. Saxena, P. Pradeep, G. Mathew, R. P. Singh and S. Thomas, Indian J. Phys. 74A(2000) (3) 239
  18. Effective thermal conductivity of three-phase styrene butadiene composites, R. Agrawal, N. S. Saxena, G. Mathew, S. Thomas and K. B. Sharma, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2000) 76 1799
  19. Activation energy crystallization kinetics of untreated treated oil palm fibre reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites, R. Agrawal, N. S. Saxena, K. B. Sharma, S. Thomas and M. S. Sreekala, Mater. Sci. and Eng., A(2000) 277 77
  20. Non-isothermal crystallization kinetics of glass oil palm fibre reinforced phenolformaldehyde composites, R. Agrawal, N. S. Saxena, M. S. Sreekala and Thomas, J. Sci. and Indu. Res., (2000) 59 136
  21. Effect of treatment on the thermal conductivity thermal diffusivity of oil palm fiber reinforced phenolformaldehyde composites, R. Agrawal, N. S. Saxena, M. S. Sreekala and S. Thomas, J. Polym Sci.: Part B: Polym. Sci., (2000) 38 916
  22. Morphology, mechanical properties failure topography of semi-interpenterating polymer networks based on natural rubber polystyrene, A. P. Mathew, S. Packisamy and S. Thomas, J.Appl. Polym. Sci., (2000) 78 2327
  23. Oil palm fibre reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites: Influence of fibre surface modifications on the mechaical performance, M. S. Sreekala, M. G. Kumaran, S. Joseph, M. Jacob and S. Thomas, Appl. Comp. Mater. (2000) 7: 295
  24. Morphology, mechanical viscoelastic properties of natural rubber styrene- butadiene rubber latex blends, J.T. Varkey, G. Groeninckx and S. Thomas, J. of polym Sci.: Phy. Edn., (2000) 38 2189

1999

  1. Effect of epoxidation of natural rubber on the   pervaporation separation of acetone-chlorinated hydrocarbons, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, J. Member. Sci., (1999) 155 133.
  2. Nitrogen/Oxygen permeability of natural rubber, epoxidised natural rubber/epoxidised natural rubber blends, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1999) 40 3223
  3. Pervaporation of acetone/chlorinated hydrocarbon mixtures through polymer blend membranes of natural rubber epoxidised natural rubber, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1999) 71 2365
  4. Transport of benzene methyl substituted benzene through carbon black filled epoxidised natural rubber, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys. (1999) (37) 415
  5. Morphology, mechanical transport behaviour of natural rubber/epoxidised natural rubber-25 blends, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, J. Mater. Sci., (1999) 34 1
  6. Thermoplastic elastomers from blends of polystyrene natural rubber: Morphology mechanical properties, R. Asaletha, M. G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Eur. Polym. J., (1999) 35 253
  7. Morpholgy develoment during the processsing of EPM/nylon 6 blends comparison with literature date, S. Thomas and G. Groeninckx, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1999) 61 2383
  8. Melt rheology morphology of nitrile rubber ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer blends, H. Varghese, J. S. An, K. Ramamurthy, R. Janardhan, S. S. Bhagawan and S.Thomas, Polym. Plast. Tech. and Eng., (1999) 38(2) 319
  9. Jute sackcloth reinforced polypropylene composites: Mechanical sorption studies, K. R Harikumar. K. Joseph and S. Thomas, J. Reinf. Plast. , (1999)  18(4) 346
  10. Effect of blend ratio, crosslinking systems fillers on the curing behaviour, morphology, mechanical properties failure mode of nitrile rubber/poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate blends), H. Varghese, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1999) 712335
  11. Rheological behaviour of thermoplastic elastomers from polypropylene/ acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber blends: effect of blend ratio, reactive compatibilization dynamic vulcanization, S. George, K. Ramamurthy, J. S. An. G. Groeninckx, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1999) 40 4325.
  12. Dielectric properties of isotactic polypropylene, nitrile rubber blend. Effects of blend ratio, filler addition dynamic vulcanization, S. George, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1999) 73 255.
  13. Transport properties of cross linked acrylonitrile butadiene rubber/poly (ethylene-co-vinyl-acetate) blends, H. Varghese, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys., (1999) 37 1815
  14. Dynamic properties of NR/EVA polymer blends: Model calculations of blend morphology, G. G. Byopadhyay, S. S. Bhagawan, K. N. Ninan and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1999) 72 165.
  15. Effect of nature of extent of crosslinking on swelling mechanical behaviour of styrene butadiene rubber membranes, S. C. George, Manfred Knorgen and S. Thomas, J. Membre. Sci. (1999) 163 1
  16. Effect of processing variables on the mechanical properties of sisal fibre reinforced polypropylene composites, P. V. Joseph, Kuruvilla Joseph and S. Thomas, Comp. Sci. and Tech., (1999) 59 1625.
  17. Effect of degree of crosslinking on swelling mechanical behaviour of conventionally vulcanized styrene-butadiene rubber membranes, S. C. George, K. N. Ninan and S. Thomas, Polyms. and Polym. Comp. (1999) 7 (5) 343
  18. A new binary accelerator system for sulphur vulcanization of natural rubber, A. S. Aprem, G. Mathew, K. Joseph, G. Mathew and S. Thomas, Kaut. Gumm. Kunst. (1999) 52 576
  19. Separation of alkane-acetone mixtures using styrene-butadiene rubber/natural rubber blend membranes, S. C. George, K. Prasad, J. P. Misra and Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1999) 74 3056
  20. Effect of strain rate temperature on the tensile failure of pineapple fiber reinforced polyethylene composites, J. George, S. S. Bhagawan, S. Thomas, J. Thermoplast. Comp. Mater. (1999) 12 443
  21. Reactive compatibilisation of heterogeneous ethylene propylene rubber (EPM)/nylon 6 blends by the addition of compatibiliser precursor EPM-g-MA, S. Thomas G. Groeninckx, Polymer (1999) 40 5799
  22. Polyester composites of short banana fibre glass fibres. The tensile impact properties, L. A. Pothan, J. George, Z. Oommen and S. Thomas, Polymery, 44, nr. (1999) 11-12 750
  23. Thermal conductivity of styrene butadiene rubber compounds with natural rubber prophylactics waste as filler, N. S. Saxena, P. Pradeep, G. Mathew and Thomas, M. Gustafsson, S. E. Gustafasson, E. Polym. J. (1999)  35 1687
  24. Thermal conductivity thermal diffusivity of palm fiber reinforced binary penolformadehyde composites, R. Agrawal, N. S. Saxena, K. B. Sharma, M. S. Sreekala and S. Thomas, Ind. J. Pure and Appl. Phys., (1999) 37 865
  25. Dielectric properties of short sisal fibre reinforced SBR composites, R. P. Kumar and S. Thomas, Sci. Eng. Comp. Mater., (1999) 8 (6) 311

1998

  1. Composite of Short Coir Fibres Natural Rubber: Effect of Chemical Modification, Loading Orientation of Fibre, V. G. Geethamma, K. T. Mathew, R. Lakshminarayan and S. Thomas, Polymer, 1998) 39 (1483
  2. Poly (vinyl chloride) as a common solvent for enhancing the miscibility of poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)-poly (styrene-co-acrylonitrile) blends, P.P. Lizymol and S. Thomas, J. Mater. Sci. Lett., (1998) 17 507
  3. Improved interactions in chemically modified pineapple leaf fibre reinforced polyetheylene composites, J. George, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, Composite Interfaces, (1998) 5 201
  4. Preparation evaluation of polyurethane foam/rubber membrane based samplers for use in isocyanate sampling, W. E. Rudzinski, T. M. Aminabahvi, S. C. George, J. T. Varkey, G. Unnikrishnan and S. Thomas, Polym. Plast. Technol and Eng., (1998) 37103
  5. Thermal behavoiour of natural rubber/polystyrene blends: Thermogravimetric differential scanning calorimetric analysis, R. Asaletha, M. G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Polym. Degrad. and Stab, (1998) 61 431
  6. Effects of environment on the properties of low-density polyethylene composites reinforced with pineapple leaf fibre, J. George, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, Comp. Sci. Technol., (1998) 58 1471.
  7. Stress relaxation behaviour of pineapple fibre reinforced low density polyethylene composites, J. George, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, J. Reinf. Plast. Comp., (1998) 17 651
  8. Natural rubber/styrene butadiene rubber latex blends: Time dependent rheological behaviour film formation, J. T. Varkey, P.R. Chatterjee, S. S. Rao and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1998) 68 1473
  9. Interaction of crosslinked natural rubber with chlorinated hydrocarbons, G. Unnikrishnan and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1998) 39 3933
  10. Compatibility studies of  polymer-polymer   systems by viscometry techniques: nitrile rubber based polymer blends, M. Mathew, K.N. Ninan  and S. Thomas, Polymer (1998)  39 6235
  11. Melt rheology morphology of physically compatibilised natural rubber-polystyrene blends by the addition of natural rubber-g-polystyrene blends, R. Asaletha, M. G. Kumaran, S. Thomas and G. Groeninckx, J. Appl. Poly. Sci., (1998) 69 2673
  12. Physical rheological charactristics of liquid natural rubber modified bitumen, N. R. Nair, N. M. Mathew, S. Thomas, P. R. Chatterjee and M.A. Siddique, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1998) 68 5399.
  13. Transport behaviour of aliphatic hydrocarbons through dynamically crosslinked natural rubber/polystyrene blends, R. Asaletha, M. G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Polym. and Polym. Comp., (1998) 6 357
  14. Diffusion transport of aromatic solvents through prevulcanized natural rubber/styrene butadiene rubber latex blends, J. T. Varkey, S. Someswara Rao S. Thomas, Polym. and Polym. Comp. (1998) 6 237
  15. Transport of petrol, mineral turpentine diesel through conventionally vulcanized natural rubber filled with different types of silica filler, S. Joseph, M. G. Kumaran S. Thomas, Plast. Arubber and comp. Processing and Applications, (1998) 27 82
  16. Improved interactions in chemically modified pineapple leaf fiber reinforced polyethylene composites, J. George, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, Composite Interfaces, (1998)5 201

1997

  1. Separation of n-hexane/acetone mixtures by pervaporation using natural rubber membranes, G. Unnikrishnan, P. H. Gedam, U. Kishan Prasad and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1997) 64 2597
  2. Compatibility studies of natural rubber/polymethylmethacrylate) blends by viscometry phase separation techniques, Z. Oommen and S. Thomas, J. Mat. Sci., (1997) 32 6085.
  3. Electrical properties of natural fiber reinforced low density polyethylene composites: A comparison with carbon black glass fibre filled low density polyethylene composites, A. Paul and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1997) 63 247
  4. Diffusivity, permeability sorptivity of benzene substituted benzenes through crosslinked    epoxidised natural rubber, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, J. Macromol. Sci - Phys., B (1997) 36 401
  5. Sorption diffusion of aliphatic hydrocarbons into crosslinked natural rubber, G. Unnikrishnan and S.Thomas, J. Polym.Sci. Part B. Polym. Phys., (1997) 35 725
  6. Utilization of short oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber (OPEFB) as a reinforcement in phenol - formaldehyde resins: Studies on mechanical properties, M. S. Sreekala, N.R. Neelakantan and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Eng., (1997) 16 266
  7. Dynamic mechanical properties of isotactic polypropylene/nitrile rubber blends: Effect of blend ratio, reactive compatibilisation dynamic vulcanization, S. George, N. R. Neelakantan, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Sci. B. Polym. Phys., (1997) 35 2309
  8. Melt rheological behaviour of natural rubber/Poly (methyl methacrylate)/ natural rubber-g-Poly (methy methacrytals) blends, Z.Oommen, B. Kuriakose, C. K. Premaletha and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1997) 23 5611
  9. Mechanical properties failure mode of thermoplastic elastomers from natural rubber/poly (methyl methacrylate)/natural rubber-g-poly (methyl methacrylate) blends, Z. Oommen and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym.Sci., (1997) 65 1245
  10. Rheological behaviour of binary ternary blends of PVC, EVA SAN, P. P. Lizymol, M. Jayabalan and S.Thomas, Eur. Polym. J., (1997) 33(8) 1397
  11. Short banana fibre reinforced polyester composites: Mechanical, failure ageing characteristics, L. A. Pothen, N.R. Neelakantan and S. Thomas, J. Reinf. Plast. Comp., (1997) 16 8
  12. Mechanical properties of pineapple leaf fiber reinforced polyester composites, L. M. Devi, S.S. Bhagavan and S.Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1997) 64 1739
  13. Influence of short glass fibre addition on the mechanical properties of sisal reinforced low-density polyethylene composites, G. Kalaprasad and S. Thomas, J. Comp. Mater., (1997) 31 509
  14. Liquid natural rubber as a viscosity modifier in nitrile rubber processing, N. R. Nair, N. M. Mathew and S.Thomas, Polym. Inter., (1997) 42 289
  15. Effect of Chemical treatment on the electrical properties of sisal fibre reinforced LDPE composites, A. Paul and S. Thomas, Comp. Sci. Technol., (1997) 57 67
  16. Transport of aromatic hydrocarbon through crosslinked poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) membranes, A. Kumar, M. G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1997) 38 4629
  17. Oil Palm fibres: Morphology, chemical composition, surface modification mechanical properties, M. S. Sreekala, M. G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Poly. Sci., (1997) 66 821
  18. Theoretical modeling of tensile properties of short fibre reinforced low-density polyethylene composites, G. Kalaprasad, C. Pavithran, K. Joseph and S. Thomas, J. Mater. Sci., (1997) 32 4261
  19. Flame retardant properties of binary blends: A comparison of miscible immiscible blends, P. P. Lizymol and S. Thomas, Polym. Degrad. and Stability, (1997) 57187
  20. Effect of dehydrochlorination of PVC on miscibility phase separation of binary ternary blends of poly (vinyl chloride) poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) poly styrene-co-acrylonitrile, P. P. Lizynol, S. Thomas and Jayabalan, Poly. Inter., (1997) 44 23
  21. Kinetics of diffusion of styrene containing divinyl benzene through vulcanised natural rubber, Aji P. Mathew, S. Packirisamy and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Eng. (1997) 17 (5) 405
  22. Electrical properties of pine apple leaf fibre reinforced polyethylene composites, J. George, S.S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Eng., (1997) 17383
  23. Viscoelastic behaviour of NBR/EVA blends: application of models, G.G. Bandyopadhyay, S.S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, Rubber. Chem. Technol., (1997) 70 650

1996

  1. Morphology mechanical properties of thermoplastic elastomers from nylon/nitrile rubber blends, C. R. Kumar, K. E. George and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1996) 61 2383
  2. Compatibilizing effect of NR-g-PMMA in heterogeneous NR/PMMA blends, Z. Oommen, M.R.G. Nair and S. Thomas, Polym. Eng. Sci., (1996) 36 151
  3. Molecular transport of aromatic hydrocarbons through crosslinked styrene-butadiene rubber membranes, S. C. George, K.N. Ninan and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1996) 37 5839
  4. Use of natural rubber prophylactics waste as potential filler in styrene butadiene rubber compounds, G. Mathew, R. P. Singh, L. Lakshminarayannan and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1996) 61 2035
  5. Melt flow behavior of short coir fiber reinforced natural rubber compounds, V. G. Geethamma, K. Ramamurthy, R. Janardhan and S. Thomas, Int. J. Polym. Mater., (1996) 32147
  6. Molecular transport of benzene methyl substituted benzene into filled natural rubber sheets, G. Unnikrishnan and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1996) 60 963
  7. Flow behavior of natural rubber/epoxidised natural rubber latex blends, J. T. Varkey, S. S. Rao and S. Thomas, Polym. Technol. Eng., (1996) 35 1
  8. Hybrid effect in mechanical properties of short sisal-glass fiber reinforced low-density polyethylene, G. Kalaprasad, N. R. Neelakantan, C. Pavithran and S.Thomas, J. Reinf. Plast. Comp., (1996) 15 48
  9. Influence of interface adhesion on the mechanical properties fracture behavior of short sisal fiber reinforced polymer composites, K. Joseph, S. Varghese, C. Pavithran, G. Kalaprasad, P. Koshy, L. Prasannakumari S. Thomas, Eur. J., (1996) 32 1243
  10. Pervaporation of chlorinated hydrocarbons-acetone mixtures through poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) membranes, S. A. Kumar, M. G. Kumaran, V. S. Krishnaprasad, P.H. Gedam Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1996) 60 735
  11. Tearing behavior of blends of isotactic polypropylene nitrile rubber - Influence of blend ratio, morphology compatibilizer loading, S. George, P. Koshy, L. Prasannakumari, K. T. Varghese and S. Thomas, Mater. Lett., (1996) 26 51
  12. Tensile properties of short sisal fiber reinforced polystyrene composites, K.C. M. Nair, S. M. Diwan and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1996) 60 1483
  13. Transport of aromatic hydrocarbons through crosslinked nitrile rubber membranes, A. E. Mathai and S. Thomas, J. Macromol. Sci. Phys., B (1996) 35 229
  14. Effect of surface treatments on the tensile properties of short sisal fiber reinforced polyethylele composites, K. Joseph, C. Pavithran and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1996) 37 5139
  15. Melt rheological behavior of short pineapple fiber reinforced polyethylene composites, J. George, R. Janardhan, J. S. An, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1996) 37 5421
  16. Sorption diffusion of aromatic hydrocarbons through filled natural rubber, G. Unnikrishnan, S. Varghese and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1996) 37 2687
  17. Thermogravimetric dynamic mechanical thermal analysis of pineapple fibre reinforced polyethylene composites, J. George, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, J. Thermal Analysis, (1996) 47 1121
  18. Effect of prevulcanization on the rheological behaviour of natural rubber/ styrene butadiene rubber latex blends, J.T. Varkey, S.S. Rao and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1996) 62 2169

1995

  1. Effect of surface treatments on the physical mechanical properties of short sisal fibre reinforced polyethylene composites, K. Joseph, C. Pavithran and S. Thomas, Comp. Sci. Technol., (1995) 53 99
  2. Effect of adhesion on the equilibrium swelling of short sisal fibre reinforced natural rubber composites, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose, K. Joseph and S. Thomas, Rubber Chem. Technol., (1995) 68 37
  3. Short coir fibre reinforced natural rubber composites: Effect  of fibre length, orientation     alkali treatment, V. G. Geethamma R. Joseph and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1995) 55 583
  4. Blends of nitrile rubber polypropylene: Morphology, mechanical properties compatibilization, S. George, R. Joseph, K. T. Varughese S. Thomas, Polymer, 36 (1995) 4405
  5. Morphology, mechanical dynamic mechanical properties of blends of nitrile rubber ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer, H. Varghese, S. S. Bhagawan, S. Someswara Rao and S. Thomas, Eur. Polym. J., (1995) 31 957
  6. Rheological behaviour of natural synthetic rubber lattices in the presence of surface active agents, J. T. Varkey, S. Someswara Rao and Thomas, Plast. Rubb. Comp. Process. Appl., (1995) 23, 249
  7. Tensile impact strength of blends of high density polyethylene acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber: Effect of blend ratio compatibilization, J. George, L. Prasannakumari, Peter Koshy, K.T.Varughese and S. Thomas, Polym. Plast. Tech. Eng., (1995) 34, 4 561
  8. High density polyethylene/acrylonitrile butadiene rubber blends: Morphology, Mechanical properties compatibilization, J. George, R. Joseph, S. Thomas and K.T. Varughese, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1995) 57 449
  9. Rheological behaviour of blends  of  natural rubber   styrene butadiene rubber  latices,  T. Varkey, S. Thomas and  S.S. Rao, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1995) 56 451
  10. The technological compatibilization of natural rubber/polystyrene blends by the addition of natural-graft-polystyrene, R. Asaletha, M.G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Rubber. Chem. Technol., (1995) 68 671
  11. Transport of styrene monomer through crosslinked natural rubber, Aji P. Mathew, S. Packirisamy, M.G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1995) 36 4935
  12. Short Pineapple leaf fibre reinforced low-density polyethylene composites, J. George, S.S. Bhagawan, N. Prabhakaran and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1995) 57 843
  13. Effect of casting solvents compatibilizer loading on the morphology properties of natural rubber/polystyrene blends, R. Asaletha, M.G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Polym. Plast. Tech and Eng. (1995) 34 633
  14. Flow properties of thermally depolymerised liquid natural rubber, N. R. Nair, N.M. Claramma, N.M. Mathew, S. Thomas and S. S. Rao, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1995) 55 723
  15. Tearing behaviour recyclability of nitrile rubber/poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) blends, H. Varghese, S. S. Bhagawan, N. Prabhakaran, S. Thomas, Mater. Lett., (1995) 24 333
  16. Tear processing behaviour of short sisal fibre reinforced styrene-butadiene rubber composites, R. P. Kumar and S. Thomas, Polym. Inter., (1995) 38 173
  17. Short fiber elastomer composites effect of fibre length, orientation, loading of bonding agent, R. Prasanthakumar and S. Thomas, Bulletin Mat. Sci., (1995) 18 1021

1994

  1. Melt rheological behaviour of short sisal fibre reinforced polyethylene composites, K. Joseph, B. Kuriakose, C. K. Premaletha and S. Thomas, Plast. Rubb. Comp. Process. Appl., 21 (1994) 237
  2. Stress relaxation in natural rubber reinforced short sisal fibre composites, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym, Sci. 53 (1994) 1051
  3. Stratification, phase inversion particle breakdown during the extrusion of natural rubber-ethylene -vinyl acetate copolymer blends, A. T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose S. Thomas, Kautschuk Gummi Kunststoffe. 47 (1994) 108
  4. Mechanical viscoelastic properties of short sisal fibre reinforced natural rubber composites: Effects of interfacial adhesion, fibre loading orientation, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, J. Adhe. Sci. Technol., 8. (1994) 234
  5. Miscibility studies of polymer blends by viscometry methods, P. P. Lizymol and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 51 (1994) 635
  6. Binary polymer systems - interactions in solutions their relationship to solid state compatibility, P. P. Lizymol and Thomas, Euro. Polym. J., 30, (1994) 1135
  7. Thermal flame mechanical behaviour of ternary blends of poly(vinyl chloride), poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)  poly (styrene-co-acrylonitrile), P. P. Lizymol and S. Thomas, Thermochimica Acta, 233 (1994) 283
  8. Diffusion transport of aromatic   hydrocarbons through natural rubber, G. Unnikrishnan and S. Thomas, Polymer, 35 (1994) 5504
  9. Thermoplastic elastomers from rubber-plastic blends: Morphology, mechanical properties compatibilisation, J. George, S. George and S. Thomas, Int. Plast. Engg. Technol., 1 (1994) 15
  10. Viscoleastic properties of silica filled natural rubber ethylene vinylacetate copolymer blend, A.T. Kozhy, B. Kuriakose, S. Thomas and S. Varghese, Polym. Plast. Technol. Eng., 33 (1994) 49
  11. Studies on the effect of fibre loading bonding agent on the degradation of short sisal fibre reinforced natural rubber composites, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, Polym. Degrad. and Stab., 44 (1994) 55

1993

  1. Dynamic mechanical properties of short sisal fibre reinforced polyethylene composites, K. Joseph, C. Pavithran and S. Thomas, J. Reinf. Plast. Comp. (1993) 12 139
  2. Tensile properties of short sisal fibre reinforced polyethylene composites, K. Joseph, C. pavithran and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. (1993) 47 1731
  3. Melt rheology elasticity of natural rubber-ethylene- vinyl acetate copolymer blends, A. T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose, S. Thomas, C. K. Premaletha and S. Varghese, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1993) 49 901
  4. Melt rheological behaviour of short sisal fibre reinforced natural rubber composites, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, Plast. Rubb. Comp. Proc. Appl. (1993) 20 93
  5. Thermal behaviour of polymer blends: A comparison of thermal properties of miscible immiscible systems, P. P. Lizymol and S. Thomas, Polym. Degrad. Stab. (1993) 41 59
  6. Influence of short pineapple fibre on the viscoelastic properties of low-density polyethylene, J. George, K. Joseph, S.S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, Mater. Lett. (1993) 18 163
  7. Interfacial activity of natural rubber-g-poly (methyl methacrylate) in incompatible natural rubber- poly (methyl-methacrylate) blends, Z. Oommen and S. Thomas, Polym. Bull. (1993) 31 623
  8. Studies on the effect of blend ratio crosslinking system on thermal, x-ray dynamic mechanical properties of blends of natural rubber ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer, A.T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose, Siby Varghese and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1993) 34 3428

1992

  1. Compatibilizing effect of block copolymers in heterogeneous polystyrene/poly (methyl methacrylate) blends, S. Thomas and E. Prudhomme, Polymer (1992) 33 4260
  2. Studies on the effect of blend ratio cure system on the degradation of natural rubber-ethylene vinyl acetate blends, A. T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, Polym. Degrad. Stab. (1992) 36 137
  3. Dynamic mechanical properties of thermoplastic elastomers from blend of polypropylene with copolymer of ethylene with vinyl acetate, S. Thomas and A. George, Europ. Polym. J., 1992) 28 (1451
  4. Effect of silica on mechanical properties degradation of NR-EVA blends, A. T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, Kautschuk Gummi Kunststoffe, (1992) 45 852
  5. Studies on microcellular soles based on natural rubber-poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) blends, A. T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose, S. Thomas and S. Varghese, Ind. J. Nat. Rubb. Res. (1992) 5 229
  6. Dynamic mechanical properties of short sisal fibre reinforced natural rubber composites, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose, A. T. Koshy and S. Thomas, Ind. J. Nat. Rubb. Res. (1992) 5 18
  7. Viscoelastic properties of short sisal fibre reinforced low-density polyethylene composites: Effect of fibre length orientation, K. Joseph, S. Thomas and C. Pavithran, Mater. Lett. , (1992) 15  224   

1991

  1. Studies on natural rubber-short sisal fibre composites, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose S. Thomas, Ind. J. Nat. Rubb. Res., (1991) 4 55.

1990

  1. Vulcanization kinetics properties of NR-EVA blends, A. T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, Ind. Nat. Rubb. Res., (1990) 3 77-87

1988

  1. Processability, mechanical properties failure mode of XLDPE-EPDM blends, G. B. Nando, S. Thomas and B. R. Gupta, Plast. Rubb. Proc. Appl., (1988) 9 29
  2. Tensile impact flex fatigue failure EPDM/XLPE blends, S. Thomas G. B. Nando, J. Mater. Sci. Lett., (1988) 7 557

1987

  1. Extrudate morphology of blends of plasticised poly (vinyl chloride) thermoplastic copolyester elastomer, S. Thomas, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1987) 34 2503
  2. Scanning electron mocroscopy studies on wear properties of blends of plasticised poly (vinyl chloride) thermoplastic copolyester elastomer, S. Thomas, Wear. (1987) 116 201
  3. Morphology, mechanical properties failure mode of thermoplastic elastomers from blends of polypropylene ethylene-vinyl acetate rubber, S. Thomas, S. K. De and B. R. Gupta, Kautschuk Gummi Kunststoffe, (1987) 40 665
  4. Studies on morphology, mechanical properties failure mode of blends of plasticised poly (vinyl chloride) copolyester thermoplastic elastomer, S. Thomas, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, J. Vinyl Technol., (1987) 9 1
  5. Tear wear of thermoplastic elastomers from blends of polypropylene ethylene-vinyl acetate rubber, S. Thomas, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, J. Mater. Sci., (1987) 223209
  6. Tensile impact strength of blends of polypropylene ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer, S. Thomas, Mater. Lett. (1987),5 360
  7. Mechanical properties, surface morphology failure mode of g-ray irradiated blends of polypropylene ethylene-vinyl acetate rubber, S. Thomas, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, Polym. Degrad. Stab., (1987) 18 189

1986

  1. Scanning electron microscopy studies on tensile, tear abrasion failure of plasticised poly (vinyl chloride) copolyester thermoplastic elastomer, S. Thomas, B. Kuriakose, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, J. Mater. Sci., (1986) 21 711
  2. Studies on mechanical properties fracatography of g-ray irradiated blends of plasticised poly (vinyl chloride) thermoplastic copolyester elastomer, S. Thomas, B. R. Gupta S. K. De and K. T. Thomas, Radiat. Phys. Chem., (1986) 28 283
  3. Studies on the rheological behaviour of plasticised poly (vinyl chloride) - thermoplastic copolyester elastomer blends, S. Thomas, B. Kuriakose, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, Plast. Rubb. Proc. Appl., (1986) 6 85
  4. Effect of dynamic crosslinking on ethylene-vinyl acetate thermoplastic elastomer, S. Thomas, B. Kuriakose, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, Plast. Rubb. Process. Appl. (1986) 6 101