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  1. B.S. Douglass, R.H. Colby, L.A. Madsen, et al, Rheo-NMR of wormlike micelles formed from nonionic pluronic surfactants, Macromolecules, 41, 804-814, (2008).
  2. K. Ohgo, F. Bagusat, T. Asakura, et al, Investigation of structural transition of regenerated silk fibroin aqueous solution by Rheo-NMR Spectroscopy, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 130, 4182-4186, (2008).
  3. G. Mazzanti, E.M. Mudge, E.Y. Anom, In situ Rheo-NMR measurements of solid fat content, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 85, 405-412, (2008).
  4. P.T. Callaghan, Rheo-NMR and shear banding, Rheologica Acta, 47, 243-255, (2008).


  1. D. Capitani, A. Yethiraj, E.E. Burnell, Memory effects across surfactant mesophases, Langmuir, 23, 3036-3048, (2007).
  2. A. Lutti, P.T. Callaghan, Measurement of multilamellar onion dimensions under shear using frequency domain pulsed gradient NMR, Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 187, 251-257, (2007).
  3. H. Siebert, I. Ouijada-Garrido, J. Vermant, et al, Director orientation of nematic side-chain liquid crystalline polymers under shear flow: Comparison of a flow-aligning and a non-flow-aligning polysiloxane, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 208, 2161-2172, (2007).


  1. A. Lutti and P.T. Callaghan, Undulations and fluctuations in a lamellar phase lyotropic liquid crystal and their suppression by weak shear flow, Phys. Rev. E, 73, 011710-1 to 9, (2006).
  2. P.T. Callaghan, Rheo NMR and velocity imaging, Curr.Opinion Colloid Sci., 11, 13-18, (2006).
  3. A. Lutti and P.T. Callaghan, Measurement of diffusion in the presence of shear flow, J. Magn. Reson., 180, 83-92, (2006).
  4. P. Galvosas and P. T Callaghan, Fast magnetic resonance imaging and velocimetry for liquids under high flow rates, J. Magn. Reson., 181, 119-125, (2006).
  5. Kassem H, Rodts S, Data processing for NMR velocimetry of fast flow: a numerical study of 'Couette' rheo-NMR measurements, COMPTES RENDUS CHIMIE, 9 (3-4):, 539-547, (2006).
  6. C. Schmidt, Rheo-NMR Spectroscopy, in "Modern Magnetic Resonance, Vol. 3, Applications in Materials, Food and Marine Sciences", Eds.: G. A. Webb et al., Springer, New York, (2006).
  7. L.A. Madsen, B.S. Douglass, R.H. Colby, et al, Shear alignment of non-ionic wormlike micelles observed, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 231, , (2006).
  8. M.R. Lopez-Gonzalez, W.M. Holmes, P.T. Callaghan, Rheo-NMR phenomena of wormlike micelles, Soft Matter, 2, 885-869, (2006).


  1. J.M. Atkin, R.J. Cormier and P.T. Callaghan, Time-dependence of nuclear magnetic resonance quadrupole interactions for polymers under shear, J. Mag. Res., 172, 91-97, (2005).
  2. Cokelet GR, Brown JR, Codd SL, et al., Magnetic resonance microscopy determined velocity and hematocrit distributions in a Couette viscometer, BIORHEOLOGY, 42 (5):, 385-399, (2005).
  3. H. Wassenius and P.T. Callaghan, NMR velocimetry and the steady-shear rheology of a concentrated hard-sphere colloidal system, Eur. Phys. Journal, 18, 69-84, (2005).
  4. P.T. Callaghan, Hardware and development for NMR rheology, in NMR Imaging in Chemical Engineering, eds, S-I Han and S. Stapf (Wiley-VCH, New York), (2005).
  5. Becker P, Siebert H, Noirez L, et al., Shear-induced order in nematic polymers, MACROMOLECULAR SYMPOSIA, 220:, 111-122, (2005).
  6. Furo I, NMR spectroscopy of micelles and related systems, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR LIQUIDS, 117 (1-3):, 117-137 Sp. Iss. SI MAR 15, (2005).


  1. Wu J, Tomba JP, Winnik MA, et al, Temperature dependence of polymer diffusion in poly(vinyl acetate-co-dibutyl maleate) latex films, Macromolecules, 37(6), 2299-2306, (2004).
  2. W. M. Holmes, M.R. López-González and P.T. Callaghan, Shear-induced constraint to amphiphile chain dynamics in wormlike micelles, Europhys. Lett., 66, 132-138, (2004).
  3. K.G. Hollingsworth and M.L. Johns, Rheo-nuclear magnetic resonance of emulsion systems, Journal of Rheology, 48(4), 787-803, (2004).
  4. R.J. Cormier, C. Schmidt and P.T. Callaghan, Director reorientation of a side-chain liquid crystalline polymer under extensional flow, Journal of Rheology, 48(4), 881-894, (2004).
  5. C.R. LEAL, J. Van der KLINK and A.F. MARTINS, Some Aspects of the Rheo-NMR Behavior of the Lyotropic Liquid Crystal Poly(γ-benziyl-L-glutamate) in m-cresol., Mol. Cryst. Liquid Cryst., 420, 35-45, (2004).
  6. M. R. López-González, W. M. Holmes, P. T. Callaghan, and P. J. Photinos, Shear Banding Fluctuations and Nematic Order in Wormlike Micelles, Phys. Rev. Letters, 93, , (2004).
  7. W. M. Holmes, P. T. Callaghan, D. Vlassopoulos and J. Roovers, Shear banding phenomena in ultrasoft colloidal glasses, J. Rheol, 48, 1085-1102, (2004).


  1. Amin MHG, Hanlon AD, Hall LD, Marriott C, Ablett S, Wang W, Frith WJ, A versatile single-screw-extruder system designed for magnetic resonance imaging measurements, Meas. Sci. Technol., 14(10), 1760-1768, (2003).
  2. Scott JE, Elasticity in extracellular matrix 'shape modules' of tendon, cartilage, etc. A sliding proteoglycan-filament model, J Physiol-London, 553(2), 223-343, (2003).
  3. Godinho MH, van der Klink JJ, Martins AF, Shear-history dependent 'equilibrium' states of liquid-crystalline hydroxypropylcellulose solutions detected by rheo-nuclear magnetic resonance, J Phys - Condens. Mat., 15(32), 5461-5468, (2003).
  4. Orian L, Feio G, Veron A, Martins AF, Rheo-NMR and numerical study of the nematodynamics in cylindrical Couette geometry, Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst., 394, 63-75 Part 1, (2003).
  5. Scott JE, Thomlinson AM, Prehm P, Supramolecular organization in streptococcal pericellular capsules is based on hyaluronan tertiary structures, Exp. Cell Res., 285(1), 1-8, (2003).
  6. P.T. Callaghan and E.T. Samulski, Biaxial deformation of a polymer network measured via deuteron quadrupolar interactions, Macromolecules, 36, 724-735, (2003).
  7. W. M. Holmes, M.R. López-González and P.T. Callaghan, Fluctuations in shear banded flow seen by NMR velocimetry, Eur.Phys.Lett, 64, 274-280, (2003).
  8. Y. Xia and P.T. Callaghan, NMR Microscopy of tubeless siphon flow, J. Magn. Reson., 164, 365-368, (2003).
  9. Gottwald A, Kuran P, Scheler U, Separation of velocity distribution and diffusion using PFG NMR, J. Magn. Reson., 162(2), 364-370, (2003).
  10. A. Gottwald and U. Scheler, High-temperature Rheo-NMR of polymer melts, Polymer Preprints, 44, 273, (2003).
  11. R. Angelico, D. Burgemeister, A. Ceglie, U. Olsson, G. Palazzo, C. Schmidt, Deuterium NMR Study of Slow Relaxation Dynamics in a Polymer-Like Micelles System after Flow-Induced Orientation, J. Phys. Chem. B, 107, 10325-10328, (2003).


  1. Siebert H, Becker P, Quijada I, et al, In situ deuteron NMR investigations of sheared liquid crystalline polymersIn situ deuteron NMR investigations of sheared liquid crystalline polymers, Solid State Nucl. Mag., 22(2-3), 311-326, (2002).
  2. Fischer E, Callaghan PT, Heatley F, et al, Shear flow affects secondary and tertiary structures in hyaluronan solution as shown by rheo-NMR, J. Mol. Struct., 602, 303-311, (2002).
  3. Badiger MV, Rajamohanan PR, Suryavanshi PM, et al, In situ rheo-NMR investigations of shear-dependent H-1 spin relaxation in polymer solutions, Macromolecules, 35(1), 126-134, (2002).
  4. E. Fischer, P. T. Callaghan, F. Heatley and J. E. Scott, Shear flow affects secondary and tertiary structures in hyaluronan solution as shown by rheo-NMR, J. Mol. Structure, 602-603, 303-311, (2002).
  5. P.T. Callaghan, Rheo-NMR: a new window on the rheology of complex fluids, Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance, 9, 739-750, (2002).
  6. R.J. Cormier and P.T. Callaghan, Molecular weight dependence of segmental alignment in a sheared polymer melt: A Deuterium NMR Investigation, J. Chem. Phys., 116, 10020-10029, (2002).
  7. Raynaud JS, Moucheront P, Baudez JC, Bertrand F, Guilbaud JP and Coussot P, Direct determination by nuclear magnetic resonance of the thixotropic and yielding behavior of suspensions, Journal of Rheology, 46 (3), 709-732, (2002).
  8. Michail Lukaschek, Gerd Kothe, Claudia Schmidt, Alexandre E. Gomes, and Antonino Polimeno, Evaluation of the viscoelastic properties of a nematic dimer by cone-and-plate rheo-nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and comparison with Leslie–Ericksen theory, J. Chem. Phys., 117(9), 4550-4556, (2002).
  9. D. Burgemeister and C. Schmidt, Shear Flow of Lamellar Polymer Surfactants, Prog. Coll. Polym. Sci., 121, 95-100, (2002).


  1. Richtering W, Rheology and shear induced structures in surfactant solutions, Curr. Opin. Colloid In., 6(5-6), 446-450, (2001).
  2. P. T. Callaghan and A. M. Gil, Rheo-NMR of Carrageenan gels and sols, p 29-41, in Magnetic Resonance kin Food Science: a view to the future eds G.A.Webb, P.S. Belton, A.M.Gil and I.Delgadillo, (Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge), (2001).
  3. E. Fischer and P.T. Callaghan, Shear banding and the isotropic to nematic transition in wormlike micelles., Physical Review E, 6401, 1501, (2001).
  4. R.J. Cormier, M.L. Kilfoil and P.T. Callaghan, Bi-axial deformation of a polymer under shear: NMR test of Doi-Edwards model with convected constraint release., Physical Review E, 6405, 1809, (2001).
  5. A.F. MARTINS, Measurement of Viscoelastic Coefficients for Nematic Mesophases Using Magnetic Resonance., In: Physical Properties of Liquid Crystals, vol.1: Nematics, book ed. by D.A. Dunmur, A. Fukuda and G.R. Luckhurst, EMIS Datareviews Series, INSPEC, London, pp. 405-413, (2001).
  6. L. HILLIOU, A.G. FEIO, A.F. MARTINS, E. BARMATOV and V.P. SHIBAEV, Reorientation of a Side-Chain Nematic Polymer Under a Magnetic Field: a 2H NMR Study., AMPERE 2000 Proceedings, CD-ROM book (ISBN 972-98802-0-4), Ed. by A.F. Martins, A.G. Feio and J.G. Moura, FCT-UNL, Lisbon, pp 64-67, (2001).
  7. A. VERON, A.E. GOMES, J. van der KLINK and A.F. MARTINS, NMR Measurement of the Five Leslie Viscosities in PBLG/m-Cresol Liquid Crystal., AMPERE 2000 Proceedings, CD-ROM book (ISBN 972-98802-0-4), Ed. by A.F. Martins, A.G. Feio and J.G. Moura, FCT/UNL, Lisbon, pp. 115-118, (2001).
  8. P. Becker, C. Schmidt and L. Noirez, Phase Structure and Flow Properties of Liquid Crystal Side Chain Polymers, Polymeric Materials: Science & Engineering, 84, 568-569, (2001).
  9. T. Thiele, J.-F. Berret, S. Müller and C. Schmidt, Rheology and NMR Measurements under Shear of Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate/Decanol/Water Nematics, J. Rheology, 45, 29-48, (2001).


  1. Kilfoil ML, Callaghan PT, NMR measurement of the alignment tensor for a polymer melt under strong shearing flow, Macromolecules, 33(18), 6828-6833, (2000).
  2. Martins AF, Gomes AE, Polimeno A, et al, Simulations of flow-induced director structures in nematic liquid crystals through Leslie-Ericksen equations. II. Interpretation of NMR experiments in liquid crystal polymers, Phys. Rev. E, 62(2), 2301-2309, (2000).
  3. P.T. Callaghan and A.M. Gil, Rheo-NMR of semi-dilute polyacrylamide in water, Macromolecules, 33(11), 4116-4124, (2000).
  4. M. M. Britton and P. T. Callaghan, NMR velocimetry study of the temperature dependent rheology of butter, semi-soft butter and margarine, J. Texture Studies, 31, 245-255, (2000).
  5. P.T. Callaghan and A.M. Gil, Rheo-NMR of semi-dilute polyacrylamide in water, Macromolecules, 33, 4116-4124, (2000).
  6. P.T. Callaghan and E.T. Samulski, The molecular weight dependence of nuclear spin correlations in PDMS networks, Macromolecules, 33, 3795-380, (2000).
  7. E. Fischer and P.T. Callaghan, Is a birefringence band a shear band?, Europhysics Letters, 50, 803-809, (2000).
  8. M.L. Kilfoil and P.T. Callaghan, NMR measurement of the alignment tensorfor a polymer melt under strong shearing flow, Macromolecules, 33, 6828-6833, (2000).
  9. M.M. Britton and P.T. Callaghan, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) velocity imaging of lubricating grease, in The Rheology of Lubricating Grease, ed. C. Balan, p 67-78 (European Lubricating Grease Institute, Amsterdam), (2000).


  1. Quijada-Garrido I, Siebert H, Becker P, et al, Transient rheological behavior of tumbling side-chain liquid crystal polymers and determination of their lambda parameters, Rheol. Acta., 38(6), 495-502, (1999).
  2. Callaghan PT, Gil AM, H-1 NMR spectroscopy of polymers under shear and extensional flow, Rheol. Acta., 38(6), 528-536, (1999).
  3. Veron A, Gomes AE, Leal CR, et al, NMR study of flow and viscoelastic properties of PBLG/m-cresol lyotropic liquid crystal, Mol. Cryst. Liq. Crys. A, 331, 2359-2367, (1999).
  4. Callaghan PT, Rheo-NMR: nuclear magnetic resonance and the rheology of complex fluids, Rep. Prog. Phys., 62(4), 599-670, (1999).
  5. M.M. Britton and P.T. Callaghan, Shear banding instability in wormlike micellar solutions, Eur. Phys. Journal, B7, 237-249, (1999).
  6. Paul T. Callaghan, Rheo-NMR: nuclear magnetic resonance and the rheology of complex fluids., Reports on Progress in Physics, 62, 599-670, (1999).
  7. M.M. Britton, R.W. Mair, R.K. Lambert and P.T. Callaghan, Transition to shear-banding in pipe and Couette flow of worm-like micelles, J. Rheol., 43, 897-909, (1999).
  8. P. T. Callaghan and A. M. Gil, 1H NMR spectroscopy of polymers under shear and extensional flow, Rheo Acta, 38, 528 - 536, (1999).
  9. S. Müller, C. Börschig, W. Gronski, C. Schmidt and D. Roux, Shear-Induced States of Orientation of the Lamellar Phase of C12E4/Water, Langmuir, 15, 7558-7564, (1999).


  1. Schmidt G, Muller S, Lindner P, et al, Shear orientation of lyotropic hexagonal phases, J. Phys. Chem. B, 102(3), 507-513, (1998).
  2. M.M. Britton and P.T. Callaghan, Shear banding in a cone-and-plate rheometer, p507-515 in Spatially Resolved Magnetic Resonance, eds. P. Bluemler, B. Bluemich, R.E. Botto and E. Fukushima, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim., (1998).
  3. P.T. Callaghan, M.L. Kilfoil and E.T. Samulski, Chain deformation for a polymer melt under shear, Phys. Rev. Lett, 81, 4524-7, (1998).
  4. M. M. Britton, P. T. Callaghan, M.L. Kilfoil, R. W. Mair and K. Owens, NMR velocimetry at microscopic resolution in small rheometric devices, Applied Magnetic Resonance., 15, 287-301, (1998).


  1. Siebert H, Grabowski DA, Schmidt C, Rheo-NMR study of a non-flow-aligning sidechain liquid crystal polymer in nematic solution, Rheol. Acta., 36(6), 618-627, (1997).
  2. Britton MM, Callaghan PT, Nuclear magnetic resonance visualization of anomalous flow in cone-and-plate rheometry, J. Rheol., 41(6), 1365-1386, (1997).
  3. Manz B, Callaghan PT, NMR investigations of self-diffusion and shear thinning for semidilute polymer solutions near the demixing transition, Macromolecules, 30(11), 3309-3316, (1997).
  4. Muller S, Fischer P, Schmidt C, Solid-like director reorientation in sheared hexagonal lyotropic liquid crystals as studied by nuclear magnetic resonance, J. Phys. II, 7(3), 421-432, (1997).
  5. B. Manz and P.T. Callaghan, Rheo-NMR investigations of self-diffusion and shear thinning for semi-dilute polymer solutions near the de-mixing transition, Macromolecules, 30, 3309-3316, (1997).
  6. R.W. Mair and P.T. Callaghan, Shear flow of wormlike micelles in pipe and cylindical Couette geometries, as studied by NMR Microscopy, J. Rheol., 41, 901-924, (1997).
  7. M.M. Britton and P.T. Callaghan, Two-phase shear band structures at uniform stress, Phys. Rev. Lett, 78, 4930-4933, (1997).
  8. M.M. Britton and P.T. Callaghan, NMR visualisation of anomalous flow in cone-and-plate rheometry, J. Rheol, 41, 1365-1386, (1997).
  9. M.M. Britton and P.T. Callaghan, NMR microscopy and the non-linear rheology of food materials, Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, 35, S37-S46, (1997).


  1. P. T. Callaghan, M.E. Cates, C. J. Rofe and J. B. A. F. Smeulders, A Study of the Spurt effect in wormlike micelles using nuclear magnetic resonance microscopy, Journal de Physique, 6, 375 - 393, (1996).
  2. Craig J. Rofe, Lourdes de Vargas, José Pérez-González, Rodney K. Lambert, and Paul T. Callaghan, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Slip Effects in Xanthan Solutions, Journal of Rheology, 40, 1115-28, (1996).
  3. R.W. Mair and P.T. Callaghan, Observation of shear banding in wormlike micelles by NMR velocity imaging, Europhysics Letters, 36, 719-724, (1996).
  4. P.T. Callaghan, M.E. Cates, C.J.Rofe and J.B.A.F. Smeulders, A Study of the "Spurt Effect" in Wormlike Micelles Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Microscopy, J. Phys. II, 6, 375-393, (1996).
  5. M. Lukaschek, S. Müller, A. Hasenhindl, D. A. Grabowski and C. Schmidt, Lamellar Lyomesophases under Shear as Studied by Deuterium Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Colloid Polym. Sci., 274, 1-7, (1996).


  1. Lukaschek M, Grabowski DA, Schmidt C, Shear-Induced alignment of a hexagonal lyotropic liquid-crystal as studied by rheo-nmr, Langmuir, 11(9), 3590-3594, (1995).


  1. Grabowski DA, Schmidt C, Simultaneous measurement of shear viscosity and director orientation of a side-chain liquid-crystalline polymer by rheo-nmr, Macromolecules, 27(9), 2632-2634, (1994).
  2. C.J. Rofe, R.K. Lambert and P.T. Callaghan, NMR imaging of flow for a shear -thinning polymer in cylindrical Couette geometry, Journal of Rheology, 38, 875-887, (1994).


  1. Goncales LN, Casqhilho JP, Figueirinhas J, et al, NMR-study of the long-time, defect-controlled, magnetic reorientation of a nematic polymer liquid-crystal, Liq. Cryst., 14(5), 1485-1493, (1993).


  1. Y.Xia, K.R. Jeffrey and P.T. Callaghan, Imaging velocity profiles: flow through an abrupt contraction and expansion, A.I.Ch.E.Journal, 38, 1408-1420, (1992).


  1. Y. Xia and P.T. Callaghan, A study of shear-thinning in high polymer solution using dynamic NMR microscopy, Macromolecules, 24, 4777-4786, (1991).


  1. P. ESNAULT, J.P. CASQUILHO, F. VOLINO, A.F. MARTINS and A. BLUMSTEIN, Reorientation Instabilities and Viscoelastic Measurements in a Main-Chain Thermotropic Nematic Polymer: Optical and NMR Studies., Liquid Crystals, 7, 607-628, (1990).


  1. H. A. Barnes, J. J. Hutton, and K. Walters, 'An Introduction to Rheology', Elsevier: Amsterdam, (1989).


  1. A.F. MARTINS, Rheo-NMR of Liquid Crystalline Polymers, In: Magnetic Resonance and Relaxation - New Fields and Techniques book ed by R. Blinc and M. Vilfan, U.E. Kardelja, Ljubljana, pp. 208-212, (1988).


  1. P. ESNAULT, F. VOLINO, A.F. MARTINS, S. KUMAR and A. BLUMSTEIN, The Twist Viscosity Coefficient of a Main-Chain Nematic Polymer: Temperature and Molecular Mass Dependences., Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst, 153, 143-161, (1987).


  1. A.F. MARTINS, P. ESNAULT and F. VOLINO, Measurement of the Viscoelastic Coefficients of Main-Chain Nematic Polymers by an NMR Technique., Phys. Rev. Lett., 57, 1745-1748, (1986).