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|Delivering the Comfort and Performance That Customers Demand||Whitepaper|
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|Dianix® XF2: The Next Generation of High Wet Fastness Disperse Dyes||Whitepaper|
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|Titanium Dioxide Mediated Photocatalytic Degradation of Methylene Blue in a Fixed Film-Type Photoreactor||AATCC Review|
|2013 HMGSPC Student Paper
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|2012 HMGSPC Student Paper (Peer-Reviewed)
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|2008 Olney Award Address
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|The Organic Ties between Biology and Textile Chemistry: Fungi, Enzymes, and Green Chemistry||AATCC Review|
|2010 Olney Award Address
|A2 Publications||The Organic Ties between Biology and Textile Chemistry: Fungi, Enzymes, and Green Chemistry>|
|In Praise of Textile Chemistry||AATCC Review|
|2011 Olney Award Address
|A2 Publications||In Praise of Textile Chemistry>|
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