Thomas Heinze
Thomas Heinze
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Comprehensive cellulose chemistry. Volume 1: Fundamentals and analytical methods.
D Klemm, B Philpp, T Heinze, U Heinze, W Wagenknecht
Comprehensive cellulose chemistry. Volume 1: Fundamentals and analytical …, 1998
1600*1998
Xylan and xylan derivatives–biopolymers with valuable properties, 1. Naturally occurring xylans structures, isolation procedures and properties
A Ebringerová, T Heinze
Macromolecular rapid communications 21 (9), 542-556, 2000
9972000
Applications of ionic liquids in carbohydrate chemistry: a window of opportunities
OA El Seoud, A Koschella, LC Fidale, S Dorn, T Heinze
Biomacromolecules 8 (9), 2629-2647, 2007
7332007
Ionic liquids as reaction medium in cellulose functionalization
T Heinze, K Schwikal, S Barthel
Macromolecular bioscience 5 (6), 520-525, 2005
7022005
Acylation and carbanilation of cellulose in ionic liquids
S Barthel, T Heinze
Green Chemistry 8 (3), 301-306, 2006
4492006
Organizational and institutional influences on creativity in scientific research
T Heinze, P Shapira, JD Rogers, JM Senker
Research Policy 38 (4), 610-623, 2009
4062009
Carboxymethyl ethers of cellulose and starch–a review
T Heinze, A Koschella
Macromolecular Symposia 223 (1), 13-40, 2005
3742005
Esterification of polysaccharides
T Heinze, T Liebert, A Koschella
Springer Science & Business Media, 2006
3252006
Effective preparation of cellulose derivatives in a new simple cellulose solvent
T Heinze, R Dicke, A Koschella, AH Kull, EA Klohr, W Koch
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 201 (6), 627-631, 2000
3232000
Ionic liquids—promising but challenging solvents for homogeneous derivatization of cellulose
M Gericke, P Fardim, T Heinze
Molecules 17 (6), 7458-7502, 2012
3032012
Comprehensive cellulose chemistry. Volume 2: Functionalization of cellulose.
D Klemm, B Philpp, T Heinze, U Hewinze, W Wagenknecht
Comprehensive cellulose chemistry. Volume 2: Functionalization of cellulose., 1998
2661998
Functional polymers based on dextran
T Heinze, T Liebert, B Heublein, S Hornig
Polysaccharides Ii, 199-291, 2006
2592006
Rheological properties of cellulose/ionic liquid solutions: from dilute to concentrated states
M Gericke, K Schlufter, T Liebert, T Heinze, T Budtova
Biomacromolecules 10 (5), 1188-1194, 2009
2562009
Solvents applied in the field of cellulose chemistry: a mini review
T Heinze, A Koschella
Polímeros 15, 84-90, 2005
2532005
Interaction of ionic liquids with polysaccharides. 5. Solvents and reaction media for the modification of cellulose
T Liebert, T Heinze
BioResources 3 (2), 576-601, 2008
2452008
Homogeneous synthesis of cellulose p‐toluenesulfonates in N, N‐dimethylacetamide/LiCl solvent system
K Rahn, M Diamantoglou, D Klemm, H Berghmans, T Heinze
Die Angewandte Makromolekulare Chemie: Applied Macromolecular Chemistry and …, 1996
2191996
Clicking pentafluorostyrene copolymers: synthesis, nanoprecipitation, and glycosylation
CR Becer, K Babiuch, D Pilz, S Hornig, T Heinze, M Gottschaldt, ...
Macromolecules 42 (7), 2387-2394, 2009
2172009
Studies on the synthesis and characterization of carboxymethylcellulose
T Heinze, K Pfeiffer
Die Angewandte Makromolekulare Chemie 266 (1), 37-45, 1999
2161999
Cellulose
D Klemm, HP Schmauder, T Heinze
Biopolymers Online: Biology• Chemistry• Biotechnology• Applications 6, 2005
2122005
Click chemistry with polysaccharides
T Liebert, C Hänsch, T Heinze
Macromolecular rapid communications 27 (3), 208-213, 2006
2092006
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