Priscilla Johnston
Priscilla Johnston
CSIRO Manufacturing, Clayton, Victoria, Australia
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An overview of microplastic and nanoplastic pollution in agroecosystems
EL Ng, EH Lwanga, SM Eldridge, P Johnston, HW Hu, V Geissen, D Chen
Science of the total environment 627, 1377-1388, 2018
Photo-reversible dimerisation reactions and their applications in polymeric systems
G Kaur, P Johnston, K Saito
Polymer Chemistry 5 (7), 2171-2186, 2014
Synthesis, thermal processing, and thin film morphology of poly (3-hexylthiophene)–poly (styrenesulfonate) block copolymers
H Erothu, J Kolomanska, P Johnston, S Schumann, D Deribew, ...
Macromolecules 48 (7), 2107-2117, 2015
Topochemical photo-reversible polymerization of a bioinspired monomer and its recovery and repolymerization after photo-depolymerization
P Johnston, C Braybrook, K Saito
Chemical Science 3 (7), 2301-2306, 2012
Rinse-resistant superhydrophobic block copolymer fabrics by electrospinning, electrospraying and thermally-induced self-assembly
J Wu, X Li, Y Wu, G Liao, P Johnston, PD Topham, L Wang
Applied Surface Science 422, 769-777, 2017
Hydrophobic‐hydrophilic surface switching properties of nonchain extended poly (urethane) s for use in agriculture to minimize soil water evaporation and permit water infiltration
P Johnston, G Freischmidt, CD Easton, M Greaves, PS Casey, KL Bristow, ...
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 134 (45), 44756, 2017
Design, synthesis and thermal behaviour of a series of well-defined clickable and triggerable sulfonate polymers
J Kolomanska, P Johnston, A Gregori, IF Domínguez, HJ Egelhaaf, ...
RSC advances 5 (82), 66554-66562, 2015
Effect of viscosity modifiers on soil wicking and physico-mechanical properties of a polyurethane based sprayable biodegradable polymer membrane
R Adhikari, H Mingtarja, G Freischmidt, KL Bristow, PS Casey, P Johnston, ...
Agricultural Water Management 222, 346-353, 2019
Topochemical polymerization using bis-thyminyl monomers
P Johnston, D Wheldale, C Braybrook, K Saito
Polymer Chemistry 5 (14), 4375-4384, 2014
The interplay between hydrogen bonding and π–π stacking interactions in the crystal packing of N1-thyminyl derivatives, and implications for the photo-chemical [2π+ 2π …
P Johnston, EI Izgorodina, K Saito
Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences 11 (12), 1938-1951, 2012
Controlled synthesis of poly(neopentyl p‐styrene sulfonate) via reversible addition‐fragmentation chain transfer polymerisation
I Fraga Domínguez, J Kolomanska, P Johnston, A Rivaton, PD Topham
Polymer International 64 (5), 621-630, 2015
Solid-state photoreversible polymerization of n-alkyl-linked bis-thymines using non-covalent polymer-templating
P Johnston, MTW Hearn, K Saito
Australian journal of chemistry 63 (4), 631-639, 2010
Synthesis, properties and applications of degradable ionomers
P Johnston, R Adhikari
European Polymer Journal 95, 138-160, 2017
Environmental degradation and efficacy of a sprayable, biodegradable polymeric mulch
CK Borrowman, P Johnston, R Adhikari, K Saito, AF Patti
Polymer Degradation and Stability 175, 109126, 2020
Solid-state photochemical reaction of multisubstituted thymine derivatives
A Udagawa, P Johnston, H Uekusa, H Koshima, K Saito, T Asahi
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 4 (11), 6107-6114, 2016
Initial experimental experience with a sprayable biodegradable polymer membrane (SBPM) technology in cotton
MV Braunack, R Adhikari, G Freischmidt, P Johnston, PS Casey, Y Wang, ...
Agronomy 10 (4), 584, 2020
Crystal-to-crystal photo-reversible polymerization mechanism of bis-thymine derivative
A Udagawa, P Johnston, A Sakon, R Toyoshima, H Uekusa, H Koshima, ...
RSC advances 6 (109), 107317-107322, 2016
Glasshouse study of a sprayable, degradable polymer to reduce water use in cotton establishment
P Johnston, M Braunack, PS Casey, KL Bristow, R Adhikari
Soil Research 58 (4), 379-387, 2020
Synthesis of thyminyl stilbazoles and their photo-reactivity
P Johnston, Y Nishikami, K Saito
Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences 13 (9), 1290-1296, 2014
Evaluation of a Sprayable Biodegradable Polymer Membrane (SBPM) Technology for soil water conservation in tomato and watermelon production systems
MV Braunack, V Filipović, R Adhikari, G Freischmidt, P Johnston, ...
Agricultural Water Management 243, 106446, 2021
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