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  1. Time‐of‐flight secondary ion mass spectrometric analysis of polymer surfaces: A review.  Prasad, A., Salim, N. V., Mozetič, M., Kailas, L., & Thomas, S. (2022). Journal of Applied Polymers
  2. Lithium-ion battery separators based on electrospun PVDF: A review. Bicy, K., Gueye, A. B., Rouxel, D., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2022). Surfaces and Interfaces, 101977.
  3. Hybrid materials for electromagnetic shielding: A review. Zachariah, S. M., Grohens, Y., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2022). Polymer Composites.
  4. Nanocellulose and its derivative materials for energy and environmental applications. Peter, S., Lyczko, N., Gopakumar, D., Maria, H. J., Nzihou, A., & Thomas, S. (2022). Journal of Materials Science, 1-46
  5. A review of recent advances in starch-based materials: Bionanocomposites, pH sensitive films, aerogels and carbon dots. Mary, S. K., Koshy, R. R., Arunima, R., Thomas, S., & Pothen, L. A. (2022). Carbohydrate Polymer Technologies and Applications, 100190.
  6. Green Chemistry Approach for Fabrication of Polymer Composites. Joseph, B., Krishnan, S., Kavil, S. V., Pai, A. R., James, J., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2021). Sustainable Chemistry, 2(2), 254-270.
  7. Bionanocomposites as industrial materials, current and future perspectives: a review. Joseph, B., Krishnan, S., Sagarika, V. K., Tharayil, A., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2020). Emergent Materials, 1-15.
  8. Cellulose nanocomposites: Fabrication and biomedical applications. Joseph, B., Sagarika, V. K., Sabu, C., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2020). Journal of Bioresources and Bioproducts5(4), 223-237.
  9. Additive Manufacturing of Poly (ε-Caprolactone) for Tissue Engineering. Joseph, B., James, J., Grohens, Y., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2020). JOM, 1-12.
  10. Extraction of Nanochitin from Marine Resources and Fabrication of Polymer Nanocomposites: Recent Advances. Joseph, B., Mavelil Sam, R., Balakrishnan, P., J Maria, H., Gopi, S., Volova, T., … & Thomas, S. (2020). Polymers12(8), 1664.
  11. Adhesion in Biocomposites: A Critical Review.  Mary, S. K., Thomas, M. S., Koshy, R. R., Pillai, P. K., Pothan, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2020). Reviews of Adhesion and Adhesives. 8(4), 527-553.
  12. Review on exploration of graphene in the design and engineering of smart sensors, actuators and soft robotics. Jin, X., Feng, C., Ponnamma, D., Yi, Z., Parameswaranpillai, J., Thomas, S., & Salim, N. (2020). Chemical Engineering Journal Advances, 100034.
  13. Chitosan Based Composites for Energy and Environmental Applications: A Review. Peter, S., Lyczko, N., Gopakumar, D., Maria, H. J., Nzihou, A., & Thomas, S. (2020). Chitin and Waste and Biomass Valorization, 1-28.
  14. Gold nanoparticles against respiratory diseases: oncogenic and viral pathogens review. Therapeutic delivery. Raji, V., Pal, K., Zaheer, T., Kalarikkal, N., Thomas, S., de Souza, F. G., & Si. (2020). Therapeutic Delivery. 11(8), 521-534.
  15. Recent advances in electrospun polycaprolactone based scaffolds for wound healing and skin bioengineering applications. Joseph, B., Augustine, R., Kalarikkal, N., Thomas, S., Seantier, B., &Grohens, Y. (2019). Materials Today Communications.
  16. Recent advances on herb‐derived constituents‐incorporated wound‐dressing materials: A review. Krishnan K, A., & Thomas, S. (2019). Polymers for Advanced Technologies.
  17. Introduction of Nanotechnology in Herbal Drugs and Nutraceutical: A Review. Gopi, S., Amalraj, A., Haponiuk, J. T., & Thomas, S. (2016). Journal of Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery.
  18. Dendrimers: General Aspects, Applications, and Structural Exploitations as Prodrug/Drug-delivery Vehicles in Current Medicine. Mariyam, M., Ghosal, K., George, A., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Latha, M. S. (2017). Mini reviews in medicinal chemistry.
  19. Polymer Sutures For Simultaneous Wound Healing And Drug Delivery-A Review. Joseph, B., George, A., Gopi, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2017). International Journal of Pharmaceutics.
  20. A brief review of the chemical modifications of lignocellulosic fibrers for durable engineering composites. Saha, Prosenjit, Sukanya Chowdhury, Debasis Roy, Basudam Adhikari, Jin Kuk Kim, and Sabu Thomas. (2016). Polymer Bulletin, 73(2), 587-620.
  21. Natural Polymer/Inorganic Material Based Hybrid Scaffolds for Skin Wound Healing. Ninan, N., Muthiah, M., Park, I. K., Wong, T. W., Thomas, S., &Grohens, Y. (2015). Polymer Reviews55(3), 453-490.
  22. Environment-friendly green composites based on soy protein isolate–A review.  Koshy, R. R., Mary, S. K., Thomas, S., & Pothan, L.A. (2015). Food Hydrocolloids, 50, 174-192.
  23. Evolution from graphite to graphene elastomer composites. KKSadasivuni, D Ponnamma, S Thomas, Y Grohens (2014). Progress in Polymer Science, 39, 749-780.
  24. Review of recent research in nano cellulose preparation from different lignocellulosic fibers. Chirayil, C. J., Mathew, L., & Thomas, S. (2014). Reviews on Advanced Materials Science, 37(1-2), 20-28.
  25. Adhesion and Surface Issues in Biocomposites and Bionanocomposites. Jose, C., Thomas, M. S., Deepa, B., Pothan, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2014). Reviews of Adhesion and Adhesives, 1-53.
  26. Transport phenomena through polymeric systems. S.C. George and S. Thomas. (2001). Progress in Polymer Science, 26, 985.
  27. Natural rubber reinforced plastic composites: Interface modification and characterization. J. George, M.S.Sreekala and S. Thomas. (2001).Polym. Eng. Sci, 41, 147

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