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1. Review on Synthesis of Colloidal Hollow Particles and Their Applications

2. การสังเคราะห์สารอนุพันธ์เตตราโซโล[1,5-a]ควิโนลีน (Tetrazolo[1,5-a]quinolines)

3. อนุพันธ์ของกรดอีลาจิก (Ellagic acid derivative) ชนิดใหม่ จากใบและกิ่งของกระบก Irvingia malayana  

4. Site-Specific Synthesis of β-Fluorinated γ-Butyrolactams via Decarboxylative Fluorination of β-Carboxyl-γ-Butyrolactams 

5. Direct installation of sulfur moiety into bioactive N-heterocyclic compounds 

6. Synthesis of peri-Diarylated Naphthalimides via Double Decarboxylative Cross-Coupling Reaction.  

7. Investigating the Mechanistic and Structural Role of Lipid Hydrolysis in the Stabilization of Ammonia-Preserved Hevea Rubber Latex

8. Anodized aluminum alloy with antibacterial and corrosion-resistance properties 

9. Development of a solvent-free reactive melt-processing method for the production of biodegradable PLA-based copolymers with high ductility and toughness 

10. Aryl C–O oxidative addition of phenol derivatives to nickel supported by an N-heterocyclic carbene via a Ni0 five-centered complex 

11. Triazole-based ligands functionalized silica: Effects of ligand denticity and donors on catalytic oxidation activity of Pd nanoparticles

12. Self-assembled Cu(II) cluster from aerobic oxidation of Cu(I)Br with tris (triazolyl)methanol  

13. ปฏิกิริยาฮาโลจิเนชันของสารประกอบ imidazo[1,2-a]pyridines โดยใช้โซเดียมไอโอไดด์/โบรไมด์/คลอไรด์เป็นสารที่ให้หมู่ฮาโลเจน   

14. Antimicrobial activity of rhodomyrtone isolated from Rhodomyrtus tomentosa (Aiton) Hassk

15. Alkanethiol-mediated cyclization of o‑alkynylisocyanobenzenes: Synthesis of bis-thiolated indole derivatives

16. Self-assembly of amphiphilic poly(styrene-b-acrylic acid) on magnetic latex particles

17. Comparison of spherical and rod‑like morphologies of SBA‑15 for enzyme immobilization

18. Oxygen-deficient bismuth molybdate nanocatalysts: Synergistic effects in boosting photocatalytic oxidative coupling of benzylamine and mechanistic insight

19. Cross Linking Silsesquioxane Cages with Polyaromatics as Fluorescent Porous Polymers for Fluoride Sensing and Removal

20. Cyclic siloxanes conjugated with fluorescent aromatic compounds as fluoride sensors

21. Furanthiophene based fluorescent hydrazones as fluoride and cyanide sensors

22. Lithium Templated Formation of Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxanes (POSS)

23. Sonochemical synthesis of microscale Zn(II) MOF with dual Lewis basic sites for fluorescent turn-on detection of Al3+ and methanol with low detection limits

24. Water soluble polyaromatic-based imidazolium for detecting picric acid Pyrene vs anthracene   

25. Concise synthesis and confirmation of the absolute configurationsof naturally occurring bioactive 2,7’-cyclolignans

26. Bioinspired stereoselective synthesis of chiral 2,5-diaryl-3,4 dimethyltetrahydrofurans from unprotected 1,4-diarylbutane-1,4-diols

27. Boesenmaxane Diterpenoids from Boesenbergia maxwellii       

28. Lannostane derivatives from Garcinia wallichii

29. UPLC-ESI-MRM/MS for absolute quantification and MS/MS structural elucidation of six specialized pyranonaphthoquinone metabolites from Ventilago harmandiana 

30. Poly(styrene-b-acrylic Acid) Nanoparticles with High Magnetic Loading for Magnetic Hyperthermia Cancer Therapy     

31. Dibenzopleiadiene-embeded polyaromatics via [4 + 3] annulative decarbonylation/decarboxylation     

32. Concurrent improvement of melt processing stability and degradation efficiency of poly(lactic acid) (PLA)

33. Complex melting behaviors of poly(L‑lactic acid) and poly(butylene succinate) blends  

34. สารสกัดจากใบมันสำปะหลังเพื่อยับยั้งการกัดกร่อนและการเกิดตะกรันในระบบน้ำหล่อเย็น

35. ผลของวัตถุเจือปนอาหารที่มีต่อการพองของชั้นเคลือบในกะทิกระป๋องประเภททินเพลท

36. ผลของความเข้มข้นและอุณหภูมิที่มีต่อประสิทธิภาพในการยับยั้งการกัดกร่อนของสารสกัดสีเสียดเทศในน้ำหล่อเย็น   

37. Exploring the Applicability of Nano-Selenium for Capture of Mercury Vapor: Paper Based Sorbent and a Chemical Modifier in Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrometry  

38. Use of Electrical Field-Flow Fractionation for Gold Nanoparticles after Improving Separation Efficiency by Carrier Liquid Optimization     

39. Performance Evaluation of Flow Field-Flow Fractionation and Electrothermal Atomic Absorption Spectrometry for Size Characterization of Gold Nanoparticles  

40. Semi-quantitative Analysis by Spot Counting on Origami Paper-Based Device for Endpoint Detection in Titrimetric Analysis  

41. Use of Flow Field-Flow Fractionation and Single Particle Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry for Size Determination of Selenium Nanoparticles In a Mixture  

42. Effect of AgNO3 adding sequence on mechanical and antimicrobial properties of peroxide prevulcanized natural rubber

43. Adsorption of water-extractable proteins in natural rubber latex serums by poly(methyl methacrylate)/polyethyleneimine core-shell nanoparticles

44. Synthesis of Thermoresponsive Copolymers with Tunable UCST-Type Phase Transition Using Aqueous Photo-RAFT Polymerization

45. Chitosan/alginate composite porous hydrogels reinforced with PHEMA/PEI core–shell particles and pineapple-leaf cellulose fibers: their physico-mechanical properties and ability to incorporate AgNP 

46. Glucose-installed biodegradable polymeric micelles for cancertargeted drug delivery system: synthesis, characterization and in vitro evaluation 

47. Chitosan-functionalised poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) core-shell microgels as drug delivery carriers: salicylic acid loading and release

48. Chitosan/xanthan gum porous scaffolds incorporated with in-situ-formed poly(lactic acid) particles: Their fabrication and ability to adsorb anionic compounds

49. Synthesis of crosslinked poly(methacrylic acid) shell/lipid core colloidal nanoparticles via L-in-Lm interfacial polymerization and their pH responsiveness 

50. Chitosan/carboxymethylcellulose-stabilized poly(lactide-co-glycolide) particles as bio-based drug delivery carriers

51. Glucose-installed, SPIO-loaded PEG-b-PCL micelles as MR contrast agents to target prostate cancer cells

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