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  1. Persaud, A.A; Poopalam, K.D.; Floros, M.C.; Narine, S.S., (2017) “Acrylonitrile cross-metathesis of Glyceryl Tridecenoate and Glyceryl Trioleate”. Submitted to Green Chemistry.
  2. Li, S., Bouzidi, L and Narine, S. (2017). Modulation of the Thermoplastic Properties of Lipid-Based Poly(ω-hydroxy Fatty Acids) Using Short Pendant Flexible Spacers (Submitted to European Polymer Journal)
  3. Sangeeta Chenampulli, Laziz Bouzidi and Suresh S. Narine (2016) "Mechanical Properties of Poly (ethylene-co-acrylic acid) Films Reinforced with Cellulose" Submitted to Cellulose.

Published:

----------------------------------------------------------------------2015-2017
  1. Li, S., Bouzidi, L and Narine, S. (Accepted 2017). “Polyols from Self-Metathesis-Generated Oligomers of Soybean Oil and their Polyurethane Foams. European Polymer Journal. doi: 10.1016/j.eurpolymj.2017.06.003
  2. Pillai P. K. S, Floros M and Narine, S. (2017) Elastomers from Renewable Metathesized Palm Oil Polyols. ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering, Just Accepted DOI: 10.1021/acssuschemeng.7b00517
  3. Shetranjiwalla, S.; Li, S.; Bouzidi, L.; and Narine, S.S. (2017) "Effect of hydrothermal ageing on structure and physical properties of one-phase and two-phase entirely lipid-derived thermoplastic poly(ester urethane)s" Polymer Degradation and Stability; 2017:135:61-72
  4. Shetranjiwalla, S.; Li, S.; Bouzidi, L.; and Narine, S.S. (2017) " Impact of Polymerization Protocol on Structure-Property Relationships of Entirely Lipid-Derived Poly(ester urethane)s.  Journal of Renewable Materials.  DOI: 10.7569/JRM.2017.634102
  5. Athira Mohanan, Laziz Bouzidi, and Suresh S. Narine (2017) Harnessing the Synergies between Lipid-Based Crystallization Modifiers and Polymer Pour Point Depressants to Improve the Pour Point of Biodiesel. Energy. V120, 895-906
  6. Pillai, P. K. S, Li, S., Bouzidi, L and Narine, S. (2017). Synthesis of Chlorinated and Non-chlorinated Polyols from Model Cross-metathesis Modified Triacylglycerols. Journal of the American Oil Chemists’ Society (2017) 94: 133
  7. Floros MC, Raghunanan L and Narine SS. (2016) A Toolbox for Determining Functionality of Biobased Waxes. European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology. 118:0000-0000. DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201600360
  8. Raghunanan L, Floros MC and Narine SS. ( 2016) Thermal Stability of Renewable Diesters As Phase Change Materials. Thermochimica Acta. 644:61-68
  9. Floros MC and Narine SS. (2016). Latent Heat Storage Using Renewable Saturated Diester Phase Change Materials. Energy. 115(1):924-930
  10. Michael C. Floros, Kayden LC Kaller, PP Kosheela Devi and Suresh S. Narine. (2016) Lipid Derived Diamide Phase Change Materials for High Temperature Thermal Energy Storage. Solar Energy. 2016:139:23-28. DOI: 10.1016/j.solener.2016.09.032
  11. Prasanth S. Pillai, Athira Mohanan, Shaojun Li, Laziz Bouzidi, and Suresh S. Narine, (2016), Phase Behavior of Novel Triacylglycerols Derived from Metathesis Modified Plant Oils, Industrial Crops and Products. 94, 431-444
  12. Christopher Anzenberger, Shaojun Li, Laziz Bouzidi and Suresh Narine (2016) Synthesis of Waxes from Vegetable Oil Derived Self-Metathesized Aliphatic Esters", Industrial Crops and Products, 89, 368–375.
  13. Michael J. Tessier, Michael C. Floros, Laziz Bouzidi and Suresh Narine (2016) Exergy analysis of an adiabatic compressed air energy storage system using a cascade of phase change materials (2016) Energy, 106, 528-534
  14. Shetranjiwalla, S.; Li, S.; Bouzidi, L.; and Narine, S.S. (2016). Imparting elastomeric properties to entirely lipid derived
    thermoplastic poly(ester urethane)s: Molecular
    weight control. Polymer, 92, 140-152. doi: 10.1016/j.polymer.2016.04.004
  15. Raghunanan, L. and S.S. Narine, (2016), Branched Bio-Based Diesters with Exceptional Low Temperature and Flow Properties for use in Lubricant Formulations, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering.  4 (5), pp 2542–2549 DOI: 10.1021/acssuschemeng.5b01686
  16. Raghunanan, Latchmi; Narine, Suresh, (2016), Engineering Green Lubricants I: Optimizing thermal and flow properties of linear diesters derived from vegetable oils, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2016 4 (3), 686-692 DOI: 10.1021/acssuschemeng.5b01644
  17. Raghunanan, Latchmi; Narine, Suresh, (2016), Engineering Green Lubricants II: Thermal Transition and Flow Properties of Vegetable Oil-Derived Diesters, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2016 4 (3), 693-700 DOI: 10.1021/acssuschemeng.5b01708
  18. Floros MC, Bortolatto JF, Oliveira OB, Salvador SL and Narine SS. (2016). Antimicrobial Activity of Amphiphilic Triazole-Linked Polymers from Natural Sources. ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering. 2(3): 336 – 343. DOI:10.1021/acsbiomaterials.5b00412
  19. Pillai, P., Li, S., Bouzidi, L and Narine, S. (2016).  Metathesized Palm Oil & Novel Polyol Derivatives: Structure, Chemical Composition and Physical Properties. Industrial Crops and Products. 84, 205–223
  20. Pillai, P., Li, S., Bouzidi, L and Narine, S. (2016). Metathesized palm oil polyol for the preparation of improved bio-based rigid and flexible polyurethane foams, Industrial Crops and Products, 83: 568-576.

  21. Pillai, P., Li, S., Bouzidi, L and Narine, S. (2016). Solvent Free Synthesis of Polyols from 1-butene Metathesized Palm Oil for Use in Polyurethane Foams. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 133: 43509 (1-13).

  22. Pillai, P., Li, S., Bouzidi, L and Narine, S. (2016). Metathesized palm oil: Fractionation strategies for improving functional properties of lipid-based polyols and derived polyurethane foams, Industrial Crops and Products, 84: 273-283.

  23. Nguyen QT. , A. Kisiala, P. Andreas, R.J. Neil Emery and S. Narine (2016). Soybean seed development: fatty acid and phytohormone metabolism and their interactions. Current Genomics, Bentham Science Publishers 17(3) 17(3): 241 – 260.
  24. Mohanan, A., L. Bouzidi, S. Li and S.S. Narine, (2016). Mitigating Crystallization of Saturated FAMES in Biodiesel. 1. Lowering Crystallization Temperatures via Addition of Metathesized Vegetable Oil, Energy, 96: 335-345.
  25. Baker, M., L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2015), Mitigating Crystallization of Saturated FAMES in Biodiesel. 2. The Phase Behavior of 2-stearoyl diolein/Methyl Stearate Binary System, Energy, 83(1): 647-657.
  26. A. Mohanan, B. Darling, L. Bouzidi, S. S. Narine, (2015), Mitigating crystallization of saturated FAMES (fatty acid methyl esters) in biodiesel. 3. The binary phase behavior of 1,3-dioleoyl-2-palmitoyl glycerol – Methyl palmitate – A multi-length scale structural elucidation of mechanism responsible for inhibiting FAME crystallization, Energy, 86(15), 500–513.
  27. Mohanan, A., L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2015), Mitigating Crystallization of Saturated FAMES in Biodiesel. 4. Multi-Length Scale Structural Elucidation of Inhibition Mechanism of FAME Crystallization - The Phase Behavior of 1,3-dioleoyl-2-palmitoyl Glycerol / Methyl Stearate Binary System, Energy. Accepted November 20, 2015.
  28. A. Mohanan, L. Bouzidi, S. Li and S. S. Narine, (2015), Mitigating crystallization of saturated FAMES (fatty acid methyl esters) in biodiesel. 5. The Unusual Phase Behavior of Structured Triacylglycerol Dimer and Methyl Palmitate Binary System, Energy, 93, 1011- 1021.
  29. Mohanan, A., L. Bouzidi, S. Li and S.S. Narine, (2016). Mitigating Crystallization of Saturated FAMES in Biodiesel 6.  The Binary Phase Behavior of 1, 2-dioleoyl-3-stearoyl sn-glycerol - Methyl Stearate, Energy, 100: 273-284.
  30. Bouzidi, L., M. Baker, N. Garti and S.S. Narine, (2015), Elucidation of Kinetic and Symmetry Effects on the Viscosity and Flow Behavior of Stearic and Oleic Triacylglycerols, Journal of the American Oil Chemists’ Society, 92(7), 939-946.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------2014

  1. Floros MC and Narine SS. (2014). Saturated Linear Diesters from Stearic Acid as Renewable Phase Change Materials. Materials Letters. 137(15):252-255.
  2. Li, S. & L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2014), Lubricating and waxy esters. 6. Synthesis and physical properties of (E) didec-9-enyl octadec-9-enedioate and branched derivatives, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 53(51): 20044 - 20055. 
  3. Telascrêa, M., A.L. Leão, M.Z. Ferreira, H.F.F. Pupo, B.M. Cherian and S. S. Narine, (2014), Use of a Cashew Nut Shell Liquid Resin as a Potential Replacement for Phenolic Resins in the Preparation of Panels – A Review, Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, 604(1), 222-232.

  4. Li, S., J. Jose, L. Bouzidi, A.L. Leão and S.S. Narine, (2014), Maximizing the Utility of Bio-based Di-isocyante and Chain extenders in Crystalline Segmented Thermoplastic Polyester Urethanes: Effect of Polymerization Protocol, Polymer, 55(26), 6764–6775.
  5. Baker, M., L. Bouzidi, N. Garti and S.S. Narine, (2014), Multi-Length-Scale Elucidation of Kinetic and Symmetry Effects on the behavior of Stearic and Oleic TAG. II. OSO and SOO, Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society, 91(4): 1685-1694.
  1. Bouzidi, L., S. Li and S.S. Narine, (2014), Lubricating and Waxy Esters. VI. Effect of Symmetry about Ester on Crystallization of Linear Monoester Isomers, Symmetry, 6(3): 655-676.
  1. Floros, M.C., A.L. Leão and S.S. Narine, (2014), Vegetable Oil Derived Solvent, and Catalyst Free "Click Chemistry" Thermoplastic Polytriazoles. BioMed Research International,
    2014:792901-14.
  2. Floros, M.C. and S.S. Narine, (2014), Saturated Linear Diesters from Stearic Acid as renewable Phase change Materials, Materials Letters, 2014: 252-255.
  3. Li, S. & L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2014), Lubricating and Waxy Esters, V. Synthesis,Crystallization, and Melt and Flow Behaviours of Branched Monoesters Incorporating
    9-Decenoic Acid, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 53(31): 12339-12354.
  4. Li, S. & L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2014), Synthesis, Crystallization and Melting Behavior of Metathesis-Like Triacylglycerol Oligomers: Effects of Saturation, Isomerism and Size. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. 53(38): 14579-14591.
  5. Jose, J., G. Pourfallah, D. Merkley, S. Li, L. Bouzidi, A.L. Leão and S.S. Narine, (2014), Thermoplastic polyesters and co-polyesters derived from vegetable oil: synthesis and optimization of melt polycondensation for medium and long chain poly(w-hydroxyfatty acids) and their ester derivatives, Polymer Chemistry, 5(9): 3203-3213.
  6. Baker, M., L. Bouzidi, N. Garti and S.S. Narine, (2014), Multi-Length-Scale Elucidation of Kinetic and Symmetry Effects on the behavior of Stearic and Oleic TAG: I. SOS and SSO, Journal
    of the American Oil Chemists' Society, 91(4): 559-570.
  7. Jose, J., S. Li, L. Bouzidi, A.L. Leão and S.S. Narine, (2014), Mechanical and thermal properties of thermoplastic random co-polyesters made from lipid derived medium and long chain poly(w-hydroxyfatty acids, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 131(13): 40492(1-8).
  8. Raghunanan, L., J. Yue and S.S. Narine, (2014), Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Diol, Diacid and Di-isocyanate from Oleic Acid, Journal of American Oil Chemists’ Society, 91(2): 349-365.
  9. Jose, J., G. Pourfallah, A.L. Leão and S.S. Narine, (2014), Influence of monomeric and polymeric structure on physical properties of thermoplastic polyesters derived from hydroxyfatty acids, Polymer International, 63(11): 1902-1911.

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  1. Raghunanan, L. and S.S. Narine, (2013), Influence of Structure on Chemical and Thermal Stability of Aliphatic Diesters, Journal of Physical Chemistry Part B: Biophysical Chemistry, Biomaterials, Liquids, and Soft Matter, 117(47): 14574-14762.
  2. Cherian, B.M., A.L. Leão, C.M.R. de Morais, S.F. de Souza, M. Sain, and S.S. Narine, (2013) Environmental Ageing Studies Of Chemically Modified Micro And Nanofibril Phenol Formaldehyde Composites, Industrial Crops and Products, 49: 471-483.
  3. Abraham, E., B. Deepa, L.A. Pothen, M. John, R. Anandjiwala, S. Thomas and S.S. Narine, (2013), Physicomechanical Properties of Nanocomposites Based on Cellulose Nanofibre and
    Natural Rubber Latex, Cellulose, 20(1): 417-424.
  4. Bouzidi, L. Li, S. DiBiaase S., Rizvi Q. and SS Narine, (2013), Lubricating and waxy esters, IV: Synthesis, crystallization, melt and flow behavior of linear monoesters incorporating 9-decenol and 9-decenoic acid, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 52(7):2740-2749
  5. Bouzidi, L., T.S. Omonov, N. Garti and S.S. Narine, (2013) Relationships between molecular structure and kinetic and thermodynamic controls in lipid systems. Part I: Propensity
    for oil loss of saturated triacylglycerols, Food & Function, 4(1): 130-143.
  6. Abraham, E., B. Deepa, L.A. Pothen, J. Cintil, S. Thomas, M.J. John, R. Anandjiwala and S.S. Narine, (2013), Environmental Friendly Method for the Extraction of Coir Fibre and Isolation of Nanofibre, Carbohydrate Polymers, 92(2): 1477-1483.
  7. Li, S & L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2013), Synthesis and Physical Properties of Triacylglycerol Oligomers: Examining the Physical Functionality Potential of Self-Metathesized Highly Unsaturated Vegetable Oils, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 52(6): 2209- 2219.

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  1. Bouzidi, L. and S.S. Narine, (2012), Relationships between molecular structure and kinetic and thermodynamic controls in lipid systems. Part II: Phase behavior and Transformation path
    of SSS, PSS and PPS Saturated Triacylglycerols – Effect of chain Length Mismatch, Chemistry and Physics of Lipids. 165(1): 77-88
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  2. Li, S., L. Hojabri and S.S. Narine, (2012), Controlling Product Composition of Metathesized Triolein by Reaction Concentrations, Journal of American Oil Chemists’ Society, 89(11): 2077- 2089.
  3. Abraham, E., P.A. Elbi, B. Deepa, P. Jyotishkumar, L.A. Pothen, S.S. Narine and S. Thomas, (2012), X-ray diffraction and biodegradation analysis of green composites of natural
    rubber/nanocellulose, Polymer Degradation and Stability, 97(11): 2378-2387
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  4. Floros, M., L. Hojabri, E.Abraham, J. Jose, S. Thomas, L.A. Pothan, A.L. Leão and S.S. Narine, (2012), Enhancement of Thermal Stability, Strength and Extensibility of Lipid-Based
    Polyurethanes Cellulose-based Nanofibres, Polymer Degradation and Stability, 97(10): 1970- 1978
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  5. Bouzidi L. and S.S. Narine, (2012), Relationships between molecular structure and kinetic and thermodynamic controls in lipid systems Part III: Crystallization and phase behavior of 1-
    palmitoyl 2-, 3- stearoyl-sn-glycerol (PSS) and Tristearoylglycerol (SSS) binary system, Chemistry and Physics of Lipids. 165(1): 105-119
  6. Hojabri, L., J. Jose, A.L. Leão, L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2012), Synthesis and physical properties of lipid-based poly(ester-urethane)s, I: Effect of varying polyester segment length, Polymer, 53(17): 3762-3771
  7. de Olyveira, G.M., L.M.M. Costa, A.L. Leão, S.F. de Souza, B.M. Cherian, A.J.F. de Carvalho, L.A. Pessan and S.S. Narine, (2012). LDPE/EVA Composites for Antimicrobial Properties, Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, 556(1): 168-175.
  8. Leão, A.L., B.M. Cherian, S.F. de Souza, M. Sain, S.S. Narine, M.S. Caldeira and M.A.S. Toledo, (2012), Use of Primary Sludge from Pulp and Paper Mills for Nanocomposites,
    Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, 556(1): 254-263
  9. Cherian. B.M., A.L. Leão, M. Caldeira, D. Chiarelli, S.F. de Souza, S.S. Narine and M.R. Chaves (2012), Use of Saponins as an Effective Surface Modifier in Cellulose Nanocomposites,
    Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, 556(1): 233-254
  10. Leão, A.L., B.M. Cherian, S.F. de Souza, M. Sain and S.S. Narine, (2012), New Developments for Lignocellulosics-Nanocomposites with Low Carbon Footprint, MRS Proceedings, 1386
  11. Bouzidi, L., S. Li, S. Di Biase, S.Q. Rizvi, P. Dawson and S.S. Narine, (2012), Lubricating and Waxy Esters II: Synthesis, Crystallization, and Melt Behavior of Branched Monoesters,
    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 165(1): 38-50
  12. Bouzidi, L., S. Li, S. Di Biase, S.Q. Rizvi and S.S. Narine, (2012), Lubricating and Waxy Esters, I: Synthesis, Crystallization and Melt behavior of Linear Monoesters, Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, 165(1): 38-50

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  1. Abraham, S. and S.S. Narine, (2011), Facile synthesis of lipid stabilized gold nanoparticles: A step towards biodegradable biosensors, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 11(8): 7033-7036
  2. Zuo, J., S. Li, L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2011), Thermoplastic Polyester Amides Derived from Oleic Acid, Polymer, 52(20): 4503-4516
  3. Li, W., X. Kong, E. Kharraz, L. Bouzidi, and S.S. Narine, (2011), Exploration of Potential Applications of Natural Oils for Green Hot melt Adhesives: A Comparative Experimental Investigation on paraffin and Soybean Waxes, Journal of Adhesion, 87(2): 95-110
  4. Oledzka, E. and S.S. Narine, (2011), Organic acid catalyzed polymerization of ε- caprolactone: Synthesis and characterization, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 119(4): 1873- 1882

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  1. Oledzka, E., X. Kong and S.S. Narine, (2010), Synthesis and characterization of novel lipid functionalized poly(ε-caprolactone)s, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 119 (3), 1848-1856
  2. Dumont, M.J., X. Kong and S.S. Narine, (2010), Polyurethanes from benzene polyols synthesized from vegetable oils: dependence of physical properties on structure, Journal of
    Applied Polymer Science, 117(6): 3196-3203
  3. Omonov, T.O., L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2010), Quantification of Oil Binding Capacity
    of Structuring Fats: A Novel Method and its Application, Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, 163(7): 728-740
  4. Oledzka, E., X. Kong and S.S. Narine, (2010), Synthesis and characterization of novel lipid functionalized poly(ε-caprolactone)s, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 119(3): 1848-1856
  5. Mathews, A.S. and S.S. Narine, (2010), Poly [N-Isopropyl acrylamide] -co- Polyurethane copolymers for Controlled Release of Urea, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer
    Chemistry, 48(15): 3236-3243
  6. Bouzidi L. and S.S. Narine, (2010), Evidence of critical cooling rates in non-isothermal crystallization of Triacylglycerides: A Case for the Existence and Selection of Growth Modes of a
    Lipid Crystal Network, Langmuir, 26(6): 4311 – 4319
  7. Dumont, M.J. and S.S. Narine, (2010), Physical properties of new polyurethanes foams from benzene polyols synthesized from erucic acid, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 118(6): 3211- 3217
  8. Hojabri, L., X. Kong and S.S. Narine, (2010), Novel long chain unsaturated diisocyanate from fatty acid: Synthesis, characterization and application in bio-based polyurethane, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 48(15): 3302-3310
  9. Hojabri, L., X. Kong and S.S. Narine, (2010), Functional Thermoplastics from Linear Diols and Diisocyanates Produced Entirely from Renewable Lipid Sources, Biomacromolecules, 11(4): 911-918
  10. Boodhoo, M.V., L. Bouzidi, T. Kutek, V. Filip and S.S. Narine, (2010), The binary phase behavior of 1,3–dilauroyl- 2-stearoyl-sn-glycerol and 1,2–dilauroyl- 3-stearoyl-sn-glycerol, Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, 163(6): 607-609. 
  11. Ozimek, L., E. Pospiech and S.S. Narine, (2010), Nanotechnologies in Food and Meat Processing, ACTA Scientiarum Polonorum Technologia Alimentaria, 9(4): 401-412.

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  1. Abraham, S. and S.S. Narine, (2009), Self-Assembled Nanostructures of Oleic acid and their capacity for Encapsulation and Controlled Delivery of Nutrients, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 9(11): 1-9
  2. Bouzidi, L. and S.S. Narine, (2009), Evidence of critical cooling rates in non-isothermal crystallization of Triacylglycerides: A Case for the Existence and Selection of Growth Modes of a
    Lipid Crystal Network, Langmuir, 26(6): 4311-4319
    . 
  3. Abraham, S. and S.S. Narine, (2009), Polynonanolactone Synthesized from Vegetable Oil: Evaluation of Physical Properties, Biodegradation and Drug Release Behavior, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 47(23): 6373-6387. 
  4. Boodhoo, M.V., L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2009), The binary phase behavior of 1,3 dipalmitoyl- 2-stearoyl-sn-glycerol(PSP) and 1,2-dipalmitoyl- 3-stearoyl-sn-glycerol, Chemistry
    and Physics of Lipids, 160(1): 11-32
  5. Kong, X., S. Tan and S.S. Narine, (2009), Semi-and full-interpenetrating polymer networks based on polyurethane produced from canola oil and poly(methyl methacrylate), Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 114(1): 139-148
  6. Hojabri, L., X. Kong and S.S. Narine, (2009), Fatty acid-derived diisocyanates and biobased polyurethane produced entirely from vegetable oil: synthesis, polymerization and characterization, Biomacromolecules, 10(4): 884-891
  7. Boodhoo, M.V., K.L. Humphrey and S.S. Narine, (2009), Relative Hardness of Fat Crystal Networks using Force Displacement Curves, International Journal of Food Properties, 12(1): 129- 144
  8. Boodhoo, M.V., L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2009), The binary phase behavior of 1, 3 dicaproyl- 2-stearoyl-sn-glycerol and 1,2–dicaproyl- 3-stearoyl-sn-glycerol, Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, 157(1): 21-39
  9. S.S. Narine, (2009), Polymers and Functional Chemicals from Oilseeds: Chemistry and Materials Sciences, in Proceedings of the Oleo and Specialty Chemicals Conference, Kuala
    Lumpur, Malaysia (November, 9 - 12, 2009), Malaysian Oil Palm Board, 162-186

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2008

  1. Li, W., L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2008), Current R & D status and prospect of hot melt adhesives: a review. Invited special review paper designated with a banner as a 100th ANNIVERSARY REVIEW, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 47: 7524-7532
  2. Song, D. and S.S. Narine, (2008), Synthesis and Characterization of Highly Functionalized Symmetric Aromatic Hexa-ol Intermediates from Oleic Acid, Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, 155(1): 43-47
  3. Boodhoo, M.V., T. Kutek, V. Filip and S.S. Narine, (2008), The Binary Phase Behavior of 1,3–Dimyristoyl- 2-stearoyl-sn-glycerol (MSM) and 1,2–Dimyristoyl- 3-stearoyl-sn glycerol
    (MMS), Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, 154(1): 7-18
  4. Dumont M.J. and S.S. Narine, (2008), Characterization of Soapstock and deodorizer Distillates of vegetable Oils using Gas chromatography, Lipid Technology, 20(6): 136-138
  5. Kong, X. and S.S. Narine, (2008), Sequential Interpenetrating Polymer Networks Produced from Vegetable Oil Based Polyurethane and Poly(methyl methacrylate), Biomacromolecules, 9(8): 2221-2229
  6. Kong, X. and S.S. Narine, (2008), Physical Properties of Sequential Interpenetrating Polymer Networks Produced from Canola Oil Based Polyurethane and Poly (methyl methacrylate), Biomacromolecules, 9(5): 1424-1433
  7. Yue, J. and S.S. Narine, (2008), Synthesis of aromatic triols and triacids from oleic and erucic acid: separation and characterization of the asymmetric and symmetric isomer, Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, 152(1): 1–8
  8. Liu, G., X. Kong, H. Wan, and S.S. Narine, (2008), Production of 9 Hydroxynonanoic Acid from Methyl Oleate and Conversion into Lactone Monomers for the Synthesis of Biodegradable
    Polylactones, Biomacromolecules, 9: 949–953
  9. Abes, M., L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2008), Crystallization and phase behavior of 1,3- propanediol esters III: 1,3 propanediol dicaprylate/1,3 propanediol distearate (CC/SS) and 1,3 propanediol dicaprylate/1,3 propanediol dipalmitate (CC/PP) binary systems, Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, 151(2): 110–124

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2007

  1. Dumont, M.J. and S.S. Narine, (2007), Characterization of Flax and Soybean Soapstocks, and Soybean Deodorizer Distillate by GC-FID, Journal of American Oil Chemists’ Society, 84(12), 1101-1105
  2. Abes, M., L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2007), Crystallization and phase behavior of 1,3- propanediol esters II. 1,3-Propanediol distearate/1,3-propanediol dipalmitate (SS/PP) and 1,3- propanediol distearate/1,3-propanediol dimyristate (SS/MM) binary systems, Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, 150, 89-108
  3. Abes, M. and S.S. Narine, (2007), Crystallization and phase behavior of fatty acid esters of 1,3-propanediol I: Pure systems, Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, 149, 14–27.
  4. Kong, X. and S.S. Narine, (2007), Physical Properties of Plastic Sheets Produced from Polyols from Canola Oil, Biomacromolecules, 8, 2203-2209
  5. Kong, X., J. Yue and S.S. Narine, (2007), Physical Properties of Canola Oil Based Polyurethane Networks, Biomacromolecules, 8, 3584 -3589
  6. Yue, J. and S.S. Narine, (2007), Separation and Quantification of Vegetable Oil Based Polyols by High Performance Liquid Chromatography with Evaporative Light Scattering
    Detection, Journal of American Oil Chemists’ Society, 84(1), 803-807
  7. Dumont, M.J. and S.S. Narine, (2007), Soapstock and Deodorizer Distillates from North American Vegetable Oils: Review on their Characterization, Extraction and Utilization, Food Research International, 40, 957-974
  8. Humphrey, K.L., and S.S. Narine, (2007), Diminishing Marginal Utility of Cooling rate Increase on the Crystallization Behavior and Physical properties of a Lipid sample, Journal of
    American Oil Chemists’ Society, 84(1), 709-716
  9. Narine, S.S., J. Yue and X. Kong, (2007), Production of Polyols from Canola Oil and their Chemical Identification and Physical Properties, Journal of American Oil Chemists’ Society,
    84(1), pp 173–179
  10. Narine, S.S., X. Kong, L. Bouzidi and P. Sporns, (2007), Physical Properties of Polyurethanes Produced from Polyols from Seed Oils: I Elastomers, Journal of American Oil
    Chemists’ Society, 84(1), 55–63
  11. Narine, S.S., X. Kong, L. Bouzidi and P. Sporns, (2007), Physical Properties of Polyurethanes Produced from Polyols from Seed Oils: II Foams, Journal of American Oil Chemists’ Society, 84(1), 65–72
  12. Suriyamongkol, P., R. Weselake, S.S. Narine, M. Moloney and S. Shah, (2007), Biotechnological approaches for the production of Polyhydroxyalkanoates in microorganisms
    and plants - A review, Biotechnology Advances, REVIEW ARTICLE Biotechnology Advances 25, 148-175

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2006

  1. Narine, S.S., K.L. Humphrey and L. Bouzidi, (2006), Modification of the Avrami Model for Application to the Kinetics of the Melt Crystallization of Lipids, Journal of American Oil
    Chemists’ Society, 83(11), 913-921
  2. Patocka, G., R. Cervenkova, S.S. Narine and P. Jelen, (2006), Rheological behaviour of dairy products as affected by soluble whey protein isolate, International Dairy Journal, 16(5), 399–405
  3. Durant, A.A., M.J. Dumont, S.S. Narine, (2006), In situ silylation for the multicomponent analysis of canola oil by-products by gas chromatography–mass spectrometry, Analytica Chimica Acta, 559, 227–233
  4. Bouzidi, L., M. Boodhoo, K.L. Humphrey, and S.S. Narine, (2005), Use of first and second derivatives to accurately determine key parameters of DSC thermographs in lipid crystallization studies, Thermochimica Acta, 439, 94 – 102

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2005

  1. Dyal, S.D., L. Bouzidi and S.S. Narine, (2005), Maximizing the Production of Gamma- Linolenic Acid in Mortierella ramanniana var. ramanniana as a function of pH, temperature, carbon and nitrogen source, metal ions, and oil supplementation, Food Research International, 38, 819 - 829
  2. Dyal, S.D., and S.S. Narine, (2005), Implication for the use of Mortierella fungi in the industrial production of essential fatty acids, Food Research International, 38, 445 – 467
  3. Bouzidi, L., S.D. Dyal and S.S. Narine, (2005), Maximizing the production of γ-linolenic acid in Mortierella ramanniana var. ramanniana as a function of pH, temperature and carbon
    source, nitrogen source, metal ions and oil supplementation, Food Research International, 38(7), 815-829

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2004

  1. Narine, S.S., and K.L. Humphrey, (2004), Extending the Capability of p-NMR Instruments to Measure Solid Fat Content as a Function of both Time and Temperature, Journal of the American Oil Chemists’ Society, 81, 101-102
  2. Narine, S.S., (2004), Seeds of Change: The Growing Trend of Producing Biodegradable Polymers from Oilseed Crops, Canadian Chemical News, 1, 22-26
  3. Narine, S.S., and K.L. Humphrey, (2004), A Comparison of Lipid Shortening Functionality as a Function of Molecular Ensemble and Shear: Microstructure, Polymorphism, Solid Fat Content and Texture, Food Research International, 37, 28–38
  4. Humphrey, K.L. and S.S. Narine, (2004), A Comparison of Lipid Shortening Functionality as a Function of Molecular Ensemble and Shear: Crystallization and Melting, Food Research
    International, 37, 11–27
  5. Humphrey, K.L., P. Moquin, and S.S. Narine, (2004), Phase Behavior of a Binary Lipid Shortening System: From Molecules to Rheology, Journal of American Oil Chemists’ Society, 80,
    1175–1182

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  1. Bouzidi, L., S.S. Narine, K.G. Stefanov and A.J. Slavin, (2003), High-stability quartz crystal microbalance for investigations in surface science, Review of Scientific Instruments,74, 3039 – 3044
  2. Humphrey, K.L., P.H.L. Moquin and S.S. Narine, (2003), Phase behavior of a binary lipid shortening system: From molecules to rheology, Journal of the American Oil Chemists’ Society, 80(12), 1175-1182
  3. Narine, S.S., (2003) Technical and economic implications for renewable and biodegradable polymers, Proc. 2003 Fall Conference. Recycle Council of Alberta, Bluffton, AB

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2002

  1. Ghotra, B.S., S.D. Dyal and S.S. Narine, (2002), Lipid shortenings: a review, Food Research International, 35, 1015-1047
  2. Campos, R., S.S. Narine and A.G. Marangoni, (2002), Effect of cooling rate on the structure and mechanical properties of milk fat and lard, Food Research International, 35, 971 – 981
  3. Marangoni, A.G. and S.S. Narine, (2002), Identifying key structural indicators of mechanical strength in networks of fat crystals, Food Research International, 35, 957-969
  4. Narine, S.S. and A.G. Marangoni, (2002) Structure and Mechanical Properties of Fat Crystal Networks, Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, 44, 33 – 145

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2001

  1. Narine, S.S. and A.G. Marangoni, (2001) Elastic Modulus as an Indicator of Macroscopic Hardness of Fat Crystal networks, Lebensmittelwissenschaft und Technologie, 34, 33 – 40
  2. Stefanov, K., S.S. Narine and A.J. Slavin, (2001), Absolute measurement of the stoichiometry of ultrathin oxide layers as a function of thickness, Applied Surface Science, 175- 176, 670-673. 

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2000

  1. Narine, S.S. and A.G. Marangoni, (2000), Structure of Fat Crystal Networks: Quantification, Interrelationships, and prediction of Elastic Properties, in Proceedings of the 3rd
    International Symposium on Confectionary Science,  Pennslyvania State University, Department of Food Science and the PMCA, University Park, PA, U.S.A. (November, 14-16, 1999)(G. Ziegler, Ed.) Penn State Press, State College, PA, U.S.A. 97-120
  2. Marangoni, A.G., S. Barbut, S.E. McGauley, M. Marcone and S.S. Narine, (2000), On the structure of particulate gels: the case of salt-induced whey protein isolate, Food Hydrocolloids,
    14, 61–74
  3. Wright, A.J., R.W. Hartel, S.S. Narine and A.G. Marangoni, (2000), The Effect of Minor Components on Milk Fat Crystallization, Journal of American Oil Chemists Society, 77, 463-475
  4. Wright, A.J., S. McGauley, S.S. Narine, W.M. Willis, R.W. Lencki and A.G. Marangoni, (2000), Solvent effects on the crystallization of milk fat fractions, Journal of Agricultural Food
    Chemistry, 48, 1033-1040
  5. Wright, A.J., S.S. Narine and A.G. Marangoni, (2000), Comparison of experimental techniques used in the study of the crystallization of lipids, Journal of American Oil Chemists
    Society, 77, 1239-1242
  6. Marangoni, A.J., A.J. Wright, S.S. Narine and R.W. Lencki, (2000), Comment on the Use of Direct Pulsed Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Solid Fat Content Measurements in Phase Behavior
    Studies of Lipid Mixtures, Journal of American Oil Chemists Society, 77, 463-475

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------1999

  1. Narine, S.S. and A.G. Marangoni, (1999), Mechanical and Structural model of fractal networks of fat crystals at small deformations, Physical Review E, 60(6), 6991-7000
  2. Narine, S.S. and A.G. Marangoni, (1999), Fractal nature of fat crystal networks, Physical Review E, 59(2), 1908-1920
  3. Narine, S.S. and A.G. Marangoni, (1999), Factors influencing the texture of plastic fats, Inform, 10(6), 565 – 570
  4. Narine, S.S. and A.G. Marangoni, (1999), The difference between cocoa butter and Salatrim lies in the microstructure of the Fat Crystal Network, Journal of American Oil Chemists  Society, 76, 7-13
  5. Narine, S.S. and A.G. Marangoni, (1999), Microscopic and rheological studies of fat crystal networks, Journal of Crystal Growth, 198/199, 1315-1319
  6. 109. Narine, S.S. and A.G. Marangoni, (1999), Relating Structure of Fat Crystal Networks to Mechanical Properties: A Review, Food Research International, 32, 227-248
  7. Narine, S.S., R. Hughes and A.J. Slavin, (1999), The use of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry to provide an absolute measurement of surface coverage, and comparison with the quartz crystal microbalance, Applied Surface Science, 137, 204-206

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------1998

  1. Narine, S.S. and A.J. Slavin, (1998), Use of the quartz crystal microbalance to measure the mass of submonolayer deposits: Measuring the stoichiometry of surface oxides, Journal of
    Vaccum Sciences & Technology A, 16, 1895

 

 

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Patents:

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------2016

  1. U.S. Provisional Patent Application # 62/314,028 (28 March, 2016) Silane-Based Antimicrobial Coatings and Methods of Making and Using the Same, Inventors: S.S. Narine, and M. Floros.
  2. U.S. Provisional Patent Application # 62/320,700 (April 11, 2016) Polyols Formed From Self-Metathesized Natural Oils And Their Use In Making Polyurethane Foams, Inventors: S.S. Narine, S. Li and L. Bouzidi
  3. U.S. Provisional Patent Application # 62/302,475 (March 2, 2016) Renewably Derived Polyesters Containing Branched-Chain Monomers And Methods Of Making And Using The Same, Inventors: S.S. Narine, S. Li and L. Bouzidi

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------2015

  1. U.S. Patent Application #14/605444 (26 January, 2015) Food Beverage Container with Temperature Control, Inventors: S.S. Narine, M.C. Floros, M. Tessier.
  2. PCT (International) Application # PCT/IB2016/050176 (26 January, 2015) Food Beverage Container with Temperature Control, Inventors: S.S. Narine, M.C. Floros, M. Tessier.
  3. U.S. Patent Application #14/605,344 (26 January, 2015) Latent Heat Storage Using Renewable Phase Change Materials, Inventors: S.S. Narine, M.C. Floros.
  4. PCT (International) Application # PCT/IB2016/050112 (26 January, 2015) Latent Heat Storage Using Renewable Phase Change Materials, Inventors: S.S. Narine, M.C. Floros.
  5. U.S. Patent Application #14/605,468 (26 January, 2015) Compressed Gas Energy Storage System, Inventors: S.S. Narine, M. Tessier.
  6. PCT (International) Application # PCT/IB2016/050254 (26 January, 2015) Compressed Gas Energy Storage System, Inventors: S.S. Narine, M. Tessier.
  7. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #62/255,582 (16 November, 2015), Branched Diesters and Methods of Making and Using Same (Base Oil), Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Raghunanan and L. Bouzidi.
  8. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #62/259,771 (25 November, 2015), Renewably Derived Polyester-Based Polyurethanes and Methods of Making and Using Same (Segmented), Inventors: S.S. Narine, S. Shetranjiwalla, S. Li and L. Bouzidi.
  9. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #62/259,754 (25 November, 2015), Renewably Derived Polyester-Based Polyurethanes and Methods of Making and Using Same (Non-Segmented), Inventors: S.S. Narine, S. Shetranjiwalla, S. Li and L. Bouzidi.
  10. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #62/250,577 (4 November, 2015), Pour Point Depressants and Natural Oil Based Crystallization Modifiers for Biodiesel, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi and A. Mohanan
  11. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #62/247,645 (28 October, 2015), Certain Triacylglycerols as Crystallization Depressants, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi and A. Mohanan.
  12. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #62/107,935 (30 January, 2015), Methods of Making Triacylglycerol Polyols from Fractions of Metathesized Natural Oils and Uses Thereof, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Pillai, S. Li, L. Bouzidi and A. Mahdevari.
  13. U.S. Patent Application #15/005,895 (30 January, 2015), Methods of Making Triacylglycerol Polyols from Fractions of Metathesized Natural Oils and Uses Thereof , Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Pillai, S. Li, L. Bouzidi and A. Mahdevari.
  14. PCT (International) Application #PCT/CA16/50075 (30 January, 2015), Methods of Making Triacylglycerol Polyols from Fractions of Metathesized Natural Oils and Uses Thereof, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Pillai, S. Li, L. Bouzidi and A. Mahdevari.
  15. U.S. Patent Application #15/005,522 (30 January, 2015), Methods of Making Triacylglycerol Polyols from Fractions of Metathesized Natural Oils and Uses Thereof , Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Pillai, S. Li, L. Bouzidi and A. Mahdevari.
  16. PCT (International) Application #PCT/CA16/50059 (30 January, 2015), Methods of Making Triacylglycerol Polyols from Fractions of Metathesized Natural Oils and Uses Thereof, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Pillai, S. Li, L. Bouzidi and A. Mahdevari.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------2014

  1. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #62/107,404 (27 March, 2014), Metathesized Triacylglycerol Green Polyols from Palm Oil for Use in Polyurethane Applications, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Pillai, S. Li, L. Bouzidi and A. Mahdevari.
  2. U.S. Patent Application #14/670,080 (27 March, 2014), Metathesized Triacylglycerol Green Polyols from Palm Oil for Use in Polyurethane Applications, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Pillai, S. Li, L. Bouzidi and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 29 October, 2015, Publication # 2015/0307811.
  3. PCT (International) Application #PCT/CA15/50234 (27 March, 2014), Metathesized Triacylglycerol Green Polyols from Palm Oil for Use in Polyurethane Applications, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Pillai, S. Li, L. Bouzidi and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 1 October, 2015, Publication # WO 2015/143562.
  4. U.S. Patent Application #14/670,125 (27 March, 2014), Certain Metathesized Natural Oil Triacylglycerol Polyols for Use in Polyurethane Applications, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Pillai, S. Li, L. Bouzidi and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 22 October, 2015, Publication # 2015/0299099.
  5. PCT (International) Application #PCT/CA15/50235 (27 March, 2014), Certain Metathesized Natural Oil Triacylglycerol Polyols for Use in Polyurethane Applications, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Pillai, S. Li, L. Bouzidi and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 1 October, 2015, Publication # WO 2015/143563.
  6. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #61/971,475 (27 March, 2014), Metathesized Triacylglycerol Polyols for Use in Polyurethane Applications and their Related Properties, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Pillai, S. Li, L. Bouzidi and A. Mahdevari.
  7. U.S. Patent Application #14/670,028 (27 March, 2014), Metathesized Triacylglycerol Polyols for Use in Polyurethane Applications and their Related Properties, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Pillai, S. Li, L. Bouzidi and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 26 November, 2015, Publication # 2015/0337073.
  8. PCT (International) Application #PCT/CA15/50242 (27 March, 2014), Metathesized Triacylglycerol Polyols for Use in Polyurethane Applications and their Related Properties, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Pillai, S. Li, L. Bouzidi and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 1 October, 2015, Publication # WO 2015/143568.
  9. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #61/051,740 (17 September, 2014), Synthesis and Molecular Weight Control of Lipid-Derived Aliphatic Polyester Diols, Inventors: S.S. Narine, S. Li, J. Jose, S. Shetranjiwalla and L. Bouzidi.
  10. U.S. Patent Application #14/854,840 (17 September, 2014), Synthesis and Molecular Weight Control of Lipid-Derived Aliphatic Polyester Diols, Inventors: S.S. Narine, S. Li, J. Jose, S. Shetranjiwalla and L. Bouzidi.
  11. PCT (International) Application #PCT/CA15/50898(17 September, 2014), Synthesis and Molecular Weight Control of Lipid-Derived Aliphatic Polyester Diols, Inventors: S.S. Narine, S. Li, J. Jose, S. Shetranjiwalla and L. Bouzidi.
  12. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #62/051,821 (17 September, 2014), Bio-based Diisocyanate and Chain Extenders in Crystalline Segmented Thermoplastic Polyester Urethanes, Inventors: S.S. Narine, S. Li, J. Jose and L. Bouzidi.
  13. U.S. Patent Application #14/854,810 (17 September, 2014), Bio-based Diisocyanate and Chain Extenders in Crystalline Segmented Thermoplastic Polyester Urethanes, Inventors: S.S. Narine, S. Li, J. Jose and L. Bouzidi.
  14. PCT (International) Application #PCT/CA15/50900(17 September, 2014), Bio-based Diisocyanate and Chain Extenders in Crystalline Segmented Thermoplastic Polyester Urethanes, Inventors: S.S. Narine, S. Li, J. Jose and L. Bouzidi.
  15. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #61/989,722 (7 May, 2014), Triacylglycerol Oligomers, Inventors: S.S. Narine, S. Li and L. Bouzidi.
  16. U.S. Patent Application #14/703,986 (7 May, 2014), Triacylglycerol Oligomers, Inventors: S.S. Narine, S. Li and L. Bouzidi. Publication Date: 12 November, 2015, Publication # US 2015/0321992.
  17. PCT (International) Application #PCT/CA15/50395 (7 May, 2014), Triacylglycerol Oligomers, Inventors: S.S. Narine, S. Li and L. Bouzidi. Publication Date: 12 November, 2015, Publication # WO 2015/168789.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------2013

  1. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #61/872,954 (30 August, 2013), Aliphatic Polyesters and Copolyesters Derived from Natural Oils and Their Related Physical Properties, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, S. Li, J. Jose and G. Pourfallah.
  2. U.S. Patent Application #14/473,079 (30 August, 2013), Aliphatic Polyesters and Copolyesters Derived from Natural Oils and Their Related Physical Properties, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, S. Li, J. Jose and G. Pourfallah. Publication Date: 5 March, 2015, Publication # 2015/0065682.
  3. PCT (International) Application #PCT/CA14/50826 (30 August, 2013), Aliphatic Polyesters and Copolyesters Derived from Natural Oils and Their Related Physical Properties, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, S. Li, J. Jose and G. Pourfallah. Publication Date: 5 March, 2015, Publication # WO 2015/027341.
  4. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #61/798,974 (15 March, 2013), Certain Dimers as Crystallization Depressants, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari.
  5. U.S. Patent Application #14/209,505 (15 March, 2013), Certain Dimers as Crystallization Depressants, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 5 November, 2014, Publication # 2014/0325899.
  6. PCT (International) Application #PCT/CA14/50238 (15 March, 2013), Certain Dimers as Crystallization Depressants, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 18 September, 2014, Publication # WO 2014/138992.
  7. Canadian Patent Application #2899258 (15 March, 2013), Certain Dimers as Crystallization Depressants, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 18 September, 2014, Publication # 2899258.
  8. China Patent Application #201480012954.2 (15 March, 2013), Certain Dimers as Crystallization Depressants, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari.
  9. European Patent Application #14762778.0 (15 March, 2013), Certain Dimers as Crystallization Depressants, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 20 January, 2016, Publication # 2970802A.
  10. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #61/785,418 (14 March, 2013), Polymorphism and Microstructure of Certain Triacylglycerols and Fatty Acid Methyl Esters, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari.
  11. U.S. Patent Application #14/209,462 (14 March, 2013), Polymorphism and Microstructure of Certain Triacylglycerols and Fatty Acid Methyl Esters, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 30 October, 2014, Publication # 2014/0318001.
  12. PCT (International) Application #PCT/CA14/50239 (14 March, 2013), Polymorphism and Microstructure of Certain Triacylglycerols and Fatty Acid Methyl Esters, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 18 September, 2014, Publication # WO 2014/138993.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------2012

  1. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #61/624,364 (15 April, 2012), Phase Behaviors and Properties of Certain Triacylglycerols and Fatty Acid Methyl Esters, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari.
  2. U.S. Provisional Patent Application #61/780,817 (15 April, 2012), Phase Behaviors and Properties of Certain Triacylglycerols and Fatty Acid Methyl Esters, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari.
  3. U.S. Patent Application #13/863,105 (15 April, 2012), Phase Behaviors and Properties of Certain Triacylglycerols and Fatty Acid Methyl Esters, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 15 October, 2014, Publication # 2014/0305029.
  4. U.S. Patent Application #13/863,137 (15 April, 2012), Phase Behaviors and Properties of Certain Triacylglycerols and Fatty Acid Methyl Esters, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 17 October, 2013, Publication # 2013/0269241.
  5. PCT (International) Application #PCT/IB13/01465 (15 April, 2012), Phase Behaviors and Properties of Certain Triacylglycerols and Fatty Acid Methyl Esters, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 24 October, 2013, Publication # WO 2013/156872.
  6. Canadian Patent Application #2870413 (15 April, 2012), Phase Behaviors and Properties of Certain Triacylglycerols and Fatty Acid Methyl Esters, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, B. Darling, M. Baker, S. Li, and A. Mahdevari. Publication Date: 24 October, 2013, Publication # 2870413.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------2011

  1. U.S. Patent Application #13/026,268 (13 February, 2011), Esters for Use as a Base Stock in Lubricant Applications, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, S. Li, A. Mahdevari, S Di Biase and S. Rizvi. Publication Date: 16 August, 2012, Publication # 2012/0208732. Patent # 8, 741, 822, 3 June 2014.
  2. U.S. Patent Application #14/259,575 (13 February, 2011), Esters for Use as a Base Stock in Lubricant Applications, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, S. Li, A. Mahdevari, S Di Biase and S. Rizvi. Publication Date: 21 August, 2014, Publication # 2014/0235517.
  3. PCT (International) Application #PCT/US12/24876 (13 February, 2011), Esters for Use as a Base Stock in Lubricant Applications, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, S. Li, A. Mahdevari, S Di Biase and S. Rizvi. Publication Date: 16 August, 2012, Publication # WO 2012/109653.
  4. Canadian Patent Application #2826560 (13 February, 2011), Esters for Use as a Base Stock in Lubricant Applications, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, S. Li, A. Mahdevari, S Di Biase and S. Rizvi. Publication Date: 16 August, 2012, Publication # 2826560.
  5. China Patent Application #20128008728.3 (13 February, 2011), Esters for Use as a Base Stock in Lubricant Applications, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, S. Li, A. Mahdevari, S Di Biase and S. Rizvi. Publication Date: 1 January, 2014, Publication # 103492356A.
  6. European Patent Application #12707178.5 (13 February, 2011), Esters for Use as a Base Stock in Lubricant Applications, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, S. Li, A. Mahdevari, S Di Biase and S. Rizvi. Publication Date: 18 December, 2013, Publication # 2673255A.
  7. India Patent Application # 7079/DELNP/2013 (13 February, 2011), Esters for Use as a Base Stock in Lubricant Applications, Inventors: S.S. Narine, L. Bouzidi, S. Li, A. Mahdevari, S Di Biase and S. Rizvi.

----------------------------------------------------------------------Before 2011

  1. PCT (International) Application #PCT/US2008/062699 (4 May, 2007), High Stearic High Oleic Soy Oil Blends, Inventors: S. S. Narine, F. Kincs and P. Terran. Publication Date: 13 November 2008, Publication # WO 2008137871 A1.
  2. U.S Patent Application # 12/115, 330 (4 May, 2007), High Stearic High Oleic Soy Oil Blends, Inventors: S. S. Narine, F. Kincs and P. Terran. Publication Date: 21 May 2009, Publication # 20090130289 A1.
  3. Canadian Patent Application # 2685618 (4 May, 2007), High Stearic High Oleic Soy Oil Blends, Inventors: S. S. Narine, F. Kincs and P. Terran. Publication Date: 13 November 2008, Publication # 2685618 A1.
  4. European Patent Application # 20080755067 (4 May, 2007), High Stearic High Oleic Soy Oil Blends, Inventors: S. S. Narine, F. Kincs and P. Terran. Publication Date: 20 January 2010, Publication # 2144510 A1.
  5. U.S. Patent Application # 12/185,739 (2 August, 2007) Shortenings and Methods for Making and Using Thereof, Inventors: S.S.Narine, K. Humphrey and F. Kincs. Publication Date: 14 May, 2009, Publication # 20090123619A1.
  6. Canadian Patent Application # 2531977 (4 January, 2006), Bioplastics, Monomers Thereof, and Processes for the Preparation Thereof from Agricultural Feedstocks, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Sporns and J.Yue. Publication Date: 4 July 2007, Publication # 2531977.
  7. U.S. Patent Application # 12/405,334 (4 January, 2006), Bioplastics, Monomers Thereof, and Processes for the Preparation Thereof from Agricultural Feedstocks, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Sporns and J.Yue. Publication Date: 9 July 2009, Publication # 20090176904 A1.
  8. U.S. Patent Application # 11/649, 620 (4 January, 2006), Bioplastics, Monomers Thereof, and Processes for the Preparation Thereof from Agricultural Feedstocks, Inventors: S.S. Narine, P. Sporns and J.Yue. Publication Date: 26 May 2009, Publication # 20070175793.
  9. U.S. Patent Application # 09/738,671 (15 December, 2000) Chocolate Confectionery Having High Resolution Printed Images on an Edible Image-Substrate Coating, Inventors: E.M. Ben-Yoseph, T.M. Collins, A.V. Shastry, N.A. Willcocks and S.S. Narine. Publication Date: 22 August 2002, Publication # 20020114878 A1.
  10. Canadian Patent Application # 2430149 (15 December, 2000) Chocolate Confectionery Having High Resolution Printed Images on an Edible Image-Substrate Coating, Inventors: E.M. Ben-Yoseph, T.M. Collins, A.V. Shastry, N.A. Willcocks and S.S. Narine. Publication Date: 20 June 2002, Publication # 2430149 A1.
  11. China Patent Application # 01819345 (15 December, 2000) Chocolate Confectionery Having High Resolution Printed Images on an Edible Image-Substrate Coating, Inventors: E.M. Ben-Yoseph, T.M. Collins, A.V. Shastry, N.A. Willcocks and S.S. Narine. Publication Date: 14 December 2001, Publication # 1599562A.
  12. PCT International Patent Application # PCT/US2001/048459 (15 December, 2000) Chocolate Confectionery Having High Resolution Printed Images on an Edible Image-Substrate Coating, Inventors: E.M. Ben-Yoseph, T.M. Collins, A.V. Shastry, N.A. Willcocks and S.S. Narine. Publication Date: 14 December 2001, Publication # WO 2002047488 A2.
  13. European Patent Application # 20010985565 (15 December, 2000) Chocolate Confectionery Having High Resolution Printed Images on an Edible Image-Substrate Coating, Inventors: E.M. Ben-Yoseph, T.M. Collins, A.V. Shastry, N.A. Willcocks and S.S. Narine. Publication Date: 10 September 2003, Publication # 1341420 A2.

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Book Chapters:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2015

  1. A. J. Vreugdenhil , C. Bliard, S. Merchant, S.S. Narine, (2015) Design and Thermal Properties of Interpenetrating and Intercrosslinked Biosilicate Materials, in  Advances in Silicon Science, ed Paul M. Zelisko, Springer, 91 – 102.
  2. A. L. Leao, B. M. Cherian, S. S. Narine, M. Sain, S. Souza and S. Thomas, (2015), Applications for nanocellulose in Polyolefins-Based Composites, in Polymer Nano-Composites based on Inorganic and Organic nano-materials, Ed. Smita Mohanty, Sanjay K. Nayak, Susheel Kalia, Wiley, 215 – 228.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2013

  1. Cherian, B.M., S.F. de Souza, A.L. Leao, C.M.R. de Morais, S.S. Narine, (2013), Potential Biomedical Applications of Renewable Nanocellulose, Vijay Kumar Thakur. Green
    Composites from Natural Resources, 1-40
    .
  2. Cherian, B.M., M.G. de Olyveira, L.M.M. Costa, A.L. Leao, M. Morais, M., S.F. de Souza and S.S Narine, (2013), Bio composites for Natural Food Packaging, Visakh, P.M., Thomas, S., Iturriaga, L.B. and Ribotta, P.D., Advances in Food Science and Technology. : 265-300.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2012

  1. Cherian, B. M., A.L. Leao, S.F. de Souza, G.M .de Olyveira, L.M.M Costa, L. M. M., C.V.S. Brandão, S.S. Narine, (2012), Bacterial Nanocellulose For Medical Implants, Sabu
    Thomas, P. M. Visakh, Aji. P. Mathew, Springer Berlin  Heidelberg, Berlin. Advances in Natural Polymers, (18): 337-359
    .

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2011

  1. Bouzidi, L. and S.S. Narine, (2011), Phase Behavior of Saturated TAGS: Influence of Symmetry and Chain Length Mismatch on Melting, Phase Behaviour, Solid Content and
    Hardness, in Cocoa Butter and Related Fats - Properties and Applications, Eds. Nissim Garti and Neil Widlak, AOCS Press, Champaign, IL, U.S.A
    .

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2009

  1. Ozimek L. and S.S. Narine, (2009), Nanotechnology in Food Processing and Nutraceuticals/Functional Ingredients Delivery, in New Concepts in Food Evaluation, Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy, Wroclaw, Poland (Tadeusz Trziszka and Maciej
    Oziemblowsji, Eds) 13 – 31
    .

----------------------------------------------------------------------2000 - 2005

  1. Kong X. and S.S. Narine, (2005), Use of triacylglycerol oils for polymer production, in Bailey's Industrial Oil and Fat Products, Volume 6, Industrial and Consumer Nonedible Products from Oils and Fats, Ed Fereidoon Shahidi, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 279 – 303.
  2. Narine, S.S. and A.G. Marangoni, (2004), Microstructure, in Fat Crystal Networks, Ed. A.G. Marangoni, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, N.Y., 179 - 255.
  3. Marangoni, A.G. and S.S. Narine, (2004), Identifying key indicators of mechanical strength in mixtures of milk fat fractions and cocoa butter, in Fat Crystal Networks, Ed. A.G.
    Marangoni, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, N.Y., 441 - 462
    .
  4. Marangoni, A.G. and S.S. Narine, (2004), Fundamentals and Structural Theory of Elasticity, in Fat Crystal Networks, Ed. A.G. Marangoni, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, N.Y., 115 - 142.
  5. Humphrey, K.L. and S.S. Narine, (2004), Lipid Phase Behavior, in Fat Crystal Networks, Ed. A.G. Marangoni, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, N.Y., 83 – 114.
  6. Dyal, S.D., S.S. Narine and J.P. Tewari, (2002), Mortierella Fungi as a source of nutritionally important triacylglycerides: A Review, in Food Science and Product Technology, Eds. T. Nakano and K. Ozimek, Research Signpost, Kerala.
  7. Narine, S.S. and AG. Marangoni, (2002). Structure and mechanical properties of fat crystal networks, in Physical Properties of Food Lipids, (Marangoni, A.G. and Narine, S.S., Eds.), Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, N.Y., 63-83.
  8. Wright, A.J., S.S. Narine and A.G. Marangoni, (2001), Comparison of experimental techniques used in the study of the crystallization of lipids in Crystallization and Solidification Properties of Lipids, AOCS Press, Champaign, IL, U.S.A. (Widlak, N., Hartel, R.W. and Narine, S.S., Eds.) 120 – 131.
  9. Marangoni, A.J. and S.S. Narine, (2001), Elasticity of fractal aggregate networks: mechanical arguments in Crystallization and Solidification Properties of Lipids, AOCS
    Press, Champaign, IL, U.S.A. (Widlak, N., Hartel, R.W. and Narine, S.S., Eds.) 153 - 159
    .

 

Non Refereed Contributions

 

Books:

  1. Marangoni, A.G. and S.S. Narine (Eds.), (2002) Physical Properties of Food Lipids, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, N.Y.
  2. Neil Widlak, Richard W. Hartel and Suresh S. Narine (Eds.) (2001), Crystallization and Solidification Properties of Lipids, AOCS Press, Champaign, IL, U.S.A.
Technical Reports to Industrial Partners
  1. Suresh S. Narine, Physical Properties of Low Trans Lipid Shortenings created through transesterification, A report submitted to Archer Daniel Midland, August, 2003.
  2. Suresh S. Narine, Use of Vegetable Oils as a Potential Feedstock for Candles, A report submitted to Bunge Foods, September, 2002
  3. Suresh S. Narine, Use of Soy Free Fatty Acids in the Manufacture of Diacylglycerols, A report submitted to Archer Daniel Midland, September, 2002.
  4. Suresh S. Narine (2001) Structural Modifications via Manipulation of Processing Parameters to Produce Superior Cocoa Butter Replacements, A Report Submitted to
    Bunge Foods, August 19, 2001, Bradley, IL, U.S.A.
  5. Suresh S. Narine and Alejandro G. Marangoni (1999) The use of fractal models in the analysis of factors affecting the texture of Milka Chocolate, A report submitted to Kraft
    Foods, April 15, 1999, Glenview, Chicago, IL, U.S.A.
 

Thesis

  1. Suresh S. Narine, Structure and Mechanical Properties of Fat Crystal Networks, A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of Graduate Studies of the University of Guelph, March, 2000
    (Ph.D. Thesis, University of Guelph)
    .
  2. Suresh S. Narine, A High Resolution Quartz Microbalance for Surface Studies, A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of Graduate Studies of Trent University, 1998. (MSc. Thesis,
    Trent University)
    .

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Current Graduate Students

 

Kosheela Poo Palam, PhD (October 2015)

Bio-based polymers

   

Benjamin Musclow,

MSc (May 2015)

Bio-based polymeric coatings for the triggered release of urea fertilizers

 

Graduated Students

Avinash Persaud,

MSc (September 2016)

Renewable Polymers from Metathesis Modified Vegetable Oils
   

Vishol Kishun,

MSC (September 2016)

Doing it Right: Eliminating Mercury Use in Gold Mining in Guyana

   

Thien Nguyen Quoc,

PhD (June 2016)

Modification of soybeans so as to influence the fatty acid profiles to be more industrially beneficial

   

Kira Ramphal,

MSc (December 2015)

Novel strains of algae for the production of stearidonic acid, and the use of hormonal pathways to cause variations in fatty acid profiles

   

Athira Mohanan,

PhD (December 2015)

Multi-length scale phase behavior of binary eutectic-forming lipid molecules

   

Shegufa Merchant,

PhD (December 2015)

Hybrid Bio-silicate Materials Synthesis and Characterization

Prasanth Pillai Kumar,

PhD (December 2015)

Synthesis of Lipid Based Polyols from 1-Butene Metathesized Palm Oil for Use in Polyurethane Foam Applications

   

Latchmi Raghunanan,

PhD (November 2015)

Trent University

Novel Aliphatic Lipid-Based Diesters for Use in Lubricant Formulations: Structure-Property Investigations

   

Michael C Floros
PhD (October 2015)
Trent University

Novel Functional Materials from Renewable Lipids: Amphiphilic Antimicrobial Surfaces and Latent Heat Thermal Energy Storage

   

Michael Tessier,

MSc (January 2015)

Trent University

Investigation of using Phase Change Materials for Thermal Energy Storage in Adiabatic Compressed Air Energy Storage

   

Emily Morrison
MSc (January 2014)
Trent University

Learning from One Another: A comparative study between Canada and Brazil on University Technology Transfer through Biomaterial Spin-off Development

   

Ghazaleh Pourfallah
MSc (January 2013)
Trent University

Structure and functionality of green polyesters from lipids

   

Jiaqing Zuo
(Fall 2010)
MSc, Trent University

Synthesis and characterization of polyester amide derived from lipid-based components

   

Marie-Josée Dumont
(Fall 2009)
PhD, U of A

Polyurethanes Plastic Sheets and Foams Synthesized from Aromatic Triols

   

Guoguang Liu
(Fall 2008),
MSc, U of A

Polyesters Synthesized from 9-Hydroxynonanoic Acid Derived from Lipid Materials

   

Darren Walkey
(Fall 2008),
MSc, U of A

Research Valuation and Project Decision Making Processes

   

Jin Yue
(Fall 2007)
PhD, U of A

Synthesis of Novel Polyols and Polyacids from Vegetable Oils ortheir Derivatives for Polymer Use and their Chemical Identification

   

Kerry L. Humphrey
(Fall 2007)
PhD, U of A

Phase Behaviour Studies of Edible Lipids and their Industrial Applications

   

Marc V. Boodhoo
(Fall 2007)
MSc, U of A

The binary phase behaviour of positional isomers of triacylglycerols

   

Weihua Liu
(Summer 2007)
M. Eng., U of A

Phase Behavior of a Binary Lipid System: 1,3 propanediol dimyristate and 1,3 propanediol distearate

   

Pornpa Suriyamongkol
(Fall 2006)
MSc, U of A

Polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB) production in transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana seeds

   

Sandra S. Dyal
(Fall 2005)
MSc, U of A

Maximizing the production of gamma-linolenic acid in Mortierella ramanniana var. ramanniana as a function of pH, temperature, carbon source, nitrogen source, metal ions, and oil supplementation

 

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