Chuanbing Tang

Dr. Chuanbing Tang, PhD.
Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of South Carolina

Dr. Chuanbing Tang is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of South Carolina. His research interests include organic polymer synthesis, sustainable polymers from biomass, metal-containing polymers, and polymers for biomedical applications and dielectric energy storage. His research combines synthesis of innovative polymeric materials, which can find applications ranging from in reaction intermediates and commodity monomers, bioplastics, elastomers, antimicrobials, coating, etc. Dr. Tang received his Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University.

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TECHNOLOGIES
Preparation and Applications of Well-Defined Polymers Derived From Rosin
Preparation of Cobaltocenium-containing Vinyl Monomers and Their Polymers
Rosin-derived Cationic Compounds and Polymers and their Methods of Preparation
Compositions of Degradable Salt-Responsive Copolymers
Anion-paired Cationic Metallocene-containing Compounds and Polymers as Antimicrobial Agents
METALLOCENE-CONTAINING CATIONIC COMPOUNDS AND POLYMERS LOADED WITH ANTIBIOTICS AS ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS
Preparation Of Conjugated Aromatic/Heteroaromatic Oligomer-Containing Dielectric Polymers And Their Applications
Multiple Copolymer Systems as Templates for Block Copolymer Nanolithography
Preparation Of Chemicals, Monomers And Polymeric Materials From Triglycerides
Preparation of Thermoplastic Epoxidized Polymers and Thermosetting Materials from Triglycerides
Preparation of Maleate and Maleimide Monomers and Polymers from Triglycerides
Rapid and Robust Porous Polymers Enabled by New Etch Chemistry
Metallocene-Boronic Acid-Containing Compounds and Copolymers as Antimicrobial Agents
Preparation of Metallocene-Containing Cationic Polymers for Anion Exchange Application
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