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Refereed Journal Articles


  1. Xiuxuan Sun, Qinglin Wu, David H. Picha, Mary Helen Ferguson, Ikenna E. Ndukwe, and Parastoo Azadi, 2021. Comparative Performance of Bio-based Coatings Formulated with Cellulose, Chitin, and Chitosan Nanomaterials Suitable for Fruit Preservation. Carbohydrate Polymers, 259, 11776.
  2. Jordan, J.H., Easson, M.W., Thompson, S., Qinglin Wu, and BD Condon. Lignin- containing cellulose nanofibers with gradient lignin content obtained from cotton gin motes and cotton gin trash. Cellulose 28, 757–773 (2021).
  3. Li Mei-Chun, Qinglin Wu, Robert J. Moon, Martin A. Hubbe, and Michael J. Bortner. Rheological Aspects of Cellulose Nanomaterials: Governing Factors and Emerging Applications. Advanced Materials. DOI: 10.1002/adma.202006052.
  4. Shiliang Liu, Qinglin Wu, Xiuxuan Sun, Yiying Yue, Brenda Tubana, Rongjie Yang, Huai N. Cheng. 2021. Novel alginate-cellulose nanofiber-poly(vinyl alcohol) hydrogels for carrying and delivering nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium chemicals. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules,172 (2021): 330-340
  5. Sun X, WW Xu, XQ Zhang, T Lei, SY Lee, and Q Wu. (2021) ZIF-67@Cellulose Nanofiber Hybrid Membrane with Controlled Porosity for Use as Li-Ion Battery Separator. Journal of Energy Chemistry 52:170-180 (2021)
  6. Liu C, W Xu, C Mei, X Xu and Q Wu. 2021. Highly Stable H2V3O8/Mxene Cathode for Zn-Ion Batteries with Superior Rate Performance and Long Lifespan. Chemical Engineering Journal. 205: 126737.


  1. Cheng H. N., Atanu Biswas, Roselayne F. Furtado, Carlucio R. Alves, Qinglin Wu. Design and Evaluation of Agro-based Food Packaging Films. ACS Symp. Ser., 1373, 193-204 (2020).
  2. Du, Jinyu, Wu, Qinglin, Cao, Weixing, Wang, Jian, Joshee, Nirmal, Wang, Yi, Zhang, Quanguo. Enhancing Hydrogen Production Performance by Developing Thermotolerant Fermentative Mixed Consortium via High Temperature Stress Acclimation. Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy 14, 340–348, 2020
  3. Sun, Y.; Lee, D.; Wang, Y.; Li, S.; Ying, J.; Liu, X.; Xu, G.; Gwon, J.; Wu, Q. Thermal Decomposition Behavior of 3D Printing Filaments Made of Wood-filled Polylactic Acid (PLA)/Starch Blend. J Appl Polym Sci. 2020; e49944.
  4. Sun, Y.; Lee, D.; Wang, Y.; Li, S.; Ying, J.; Liu, X.; Xu, G.; Gwon, J.; Wu, Q. Effect of Infill Value on Decay Resistance, Thermal, and Mechanical Properties of 3D Printed Polylactic Acid Composites Filled with Wood Fibers. BioResources 15(3),724-6734.
  5. Xu W, C Liu, Q Wu, W Xie, W-Y Kim, S-Y Lee and J. Gwon. 2020 Mg2+-pillared Layered V2O5∙1.0H2O as Cathode for Superfast and Stable Rechargeable Zinc-ion Batteries. J. Material Chemistry A, 8, 18327–18337.
  6. Xu W, Zhang L, Zhao K, Sun X, Qinglin Wu, Q. 2020. Layered Ferric Vanadate Nanosheets as a High-Rate NH4+ Storage Cathode. Electrochimica Acta 360: 137008
  7. Zheng X, K Lu, Y Lu, S Zhu, Yi Yue. X Xu, C Mei, H Xiao, Q Wu, J Han. 2020. A stretchable, self-healing conductive hydrogels based on nanocellulose supported graphene towards wearable monitoring of human motion. Carbohydrate Polymers 250:116905.
  8. Huang R, Zhang X, Chen Z, Wan M, and Wu Q. 2020. Thermal Stability and Flame Resistance of the Co-Extruded Wood-Plastic Composites Containing Talc Filled Plastic Shells. International J. of Polymer Science. 1435249.
  9. R Huang, X Zhang, H Li, D Zhou and Q Wu. 2020. Bio-Composites Consisting of Cellulose Nanofibers and Na+ Montmorillonite Clay: Morphology and Performance Property. Polymers, 12:1448.
  10. Liu C, Li M, Mei C, Huang R, Han J, Wu Q. 2020. Rapid and Sustainable Production of UV-Absorbing Lignin-Containing Cellulose Nanofibers using Microwave-Assisted Deep Eutectic Solvent Treatment for Polymer Reinforcement. Carbohydrate Polymers: 246:116548. (Impact factor = 5.15)
  11. Liu C, Li M, Mei C, Xu W, Wu Q. 2020. Rapid Preparation of Cellulose Nanofibers from Energy Cane Bagasse and Their Application as Stabilizer and Rheological Modifier in Magnetorheological Fluid. ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. 2020, 8, 29, 10842–10851.
  12. Li, MC, Wu, Q., Han J, Mei C, Lei T, Lee S., J Gwon. 2020. Overcoming Salt Contamination of Bentonite Water-based Drilling Fluids Using Dual-Functionalized Cellulose Nanocrystals. ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. 2020, 8, 11569−11578.
  13. Li MC, Z Tang, C Liu, R Huang, MS Koo, G Zhou, Q Wu, 2020. Water-Redispersible Cellulose Nanofiber and Polyanionic Cellulose Hybrids for High-Performance Water-Based Drilling Fluids. ACS Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 59, 32, 14352–14363.
  14. Li, MC, Wu Q., Lei, T, C Mei, X Xu, S Lee, and J. Gwon. 2020. Thermo- Thickening Drilling Fluids Containing Bentonite and Dual-Functionalized Cellulose Nanocrystals. ACS Energy and Fuels, 34(7):8206-8215.
  15. Li Z, Ramos A, Li MC, Li Z, Bhatta S, Jeyaseelan A, Li Y, Wu Q, Yao S, Xu J. Improvement of cell deposition by self-absorbent capability of 3D-bioprinted aerogels derived from cellulose material-alginate hydrogels. Biomedical Physics & Engineering Express, 6 (2020) 045009,
  16. Balding P, Li M, Wu Q, Volkovinsky R, Russo P. 2020. Cellulose nanocrystal- polyelectrolyte hybrids for bentonite water-based drilling fluids. ACS Applied Bio Materials. 3(5):3015-3027.
  17. Yang M, Li M, Wu Q, Growcock FB, and Y Chen. 2020. Experimental Study of the Impact of Filter Cakes on the Evaluation of LCMs for Improved Lost Circulation. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering. 191:107152. (Impact factor=2.886)
  18. Wang, H.; Biswas, S.K.; Zhu, S.; Lu, Y.; Yue, Y.; Han, J.; Xu, X.; Wu, Q.; Xiao, H. Self-Healable Electro-Conductive Hydrogels Based on Core-Shell Structured Nanocellulose/Carbon Nanotubes Hybrids for Use as Flexible Supercapacitors. Nanomaterials 2020, 10, 112.
  19. Liu C, Li M, Mei C, Chen W, Han J, Yue Y, French AD, Aita GM, Eggleston G, Wu Q. 2020. Cellulosic nanofibers from rapidly microwave-delignified energy cane bagasse fiber and their application in drilling fluids. Industrial Crops and Products. 150:112378 (Impact factor=4.191)
  20. Seo Y-R, S-U Bae, B-J Kim, J Gwon, Q Wu. 2020. Effects of Methylenediphenyl 4,4’-Diisocyanate and Maleic Anhydride as Compatibilizers on the Properties of Polylactic Acid/Polybutylene Succinate/Wood Flour Biocomposites by Reactive Extrusion. Materials. 13:1660; doi:10.3390/mal3071660. (Impact factor=2.728)
  21. Dong J, X Huang, P Muley, T Wu, M Barekati-Goudarzi, Z Tang, MC Li, S Lee, Boldor B, Wu Q. Carbonized cellulose nanofibers as dielectric heat sources for microwave annealing 3D printed PLA composite. Composites Part B: Engineering, 184, 107640, 2020. (Impact factor=6.86)
  22. Sun X, MC Li, S Ren, T Lei, SY Lee, SY Lee, and Q Wu. (2020) Zeolitic Imidazolate Framework-Cellulose Nanofiber Hybrid Membrane as Li-Ion Battery Separator: Basic Membrane Property and Battery Performance. Journal of Power Sources 454 (2020) 227878 (Impact factor=7.467)


  1. Yue Y, X Wang, Q Wu, J Han, J Jiang. 2019. Assembly of Polyacrylamide-Sodium Alginate Based Organic-Inorganic Hydrogel with Mechanical and Adsorption Properties. Polymers. 11:1239; Doi:10.3390/polym11081239. (Impact factor = 3.164)
  2. Ling Z, J. V. Edwards, Z Guo, N T. Prevost, S Nam, Q Wu, A D. French, F Xu. 2019. Structural variations of cotton cellulose nanocrystals. Cellulose (2019) 26:861–876. (Impact factor = 3.91)
  3. J Han, Q Ding, C Mei, Q Wu, Y Yue, X Xu. 2019. An intrinsically self-healing and biocompatible electroconductive hydrogel based on nanostructured nanocellulose- polyaniline complexes embedded in a viscoelastic polymer network towards flexible conductors and electrodes. Electrochimica Acta, 2019 (318):660-672. (Impact factor = 5.383)
  4. Y C, K Lu, Y Song, J Han, Y Yue, S K Biswas, Q Wu and H Xiao. A Skin-Inspired Stretchable, Self-Healing and Electro-Conductive Hydrogel with A Synergistic Triple Network for Wearable Strain Sensors Applied in Human-Motion Detection. Nanomaterials 2019, 9, 1737; doi:10.3390/nano9121737. (Impact factor = 4.03)
  5. Liu C, W Chen, M Li, S Hong, W Li, M Pan, Q Wu, C Mei. 2019. Rapid microwave activation of waste palm into hierarchical porous carbons for supercapacitors using biochars from different carbonization temperatures as catalysts. RSC Advances 9, 19441-19449. (Impact factor = 3.09)
  6. Yu, T; Swientoniewski, L; Omarova, M; Li, M; Negulescu, I; Jiang, N; Darvish, O; Panchal, A; Blake, D; Wu, Q; Lvov, Y; John, V; Zhang, D. 2019. Investigation of Amphiphilic Polypeptoid-Functionalized Halloysite Nanotubes as Emulsion Stabilizers for Oil Spill Remediation. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2019113127944-27953. (Impact factor = 8.45)
  7. Dong J, Mei C, Lee S, and Wu Q. 2019. 3D printed poly(lactic acid) composites with grafted cellulose nanofibers: Effect of nanofiber and post-fabrication annealing treatment on composite flexural properties. Additive Manufacturing 28: 621-628. (Impact factor = 3.09)
  8. Han J, H Wang, Y Yue, C Mei, J Chen, C Huang, Q Wu, X Xu. 2019 A self-healable and highly flexible supercapacitor integrated by dynamically cross-linked electro-conductive hydrogels based on nanocellulose-templated carbon nanotubes embedded in a viscoelastic polymer network. Carbon 140(1-18). (Impact factor = 7.46)
  9. Zhang J, M Li, X Zhang, X Zhang, S Ren, L Dong, S. Lee, H.N. Cheng, T Lei, and Q Wu. 2019. Surface Modified Cellulose Nanocrystals for Tailoring Interfacial Miscibility and Microphase Separation of Polymer Nanocomposites. Cellulose 26 (7), 4301-4312 (Impact factor = 3.91)
  10. Zhang J, X Zhang, M Li, J Dong, SY Lee, H.N. Cheng, T Lei, and Q Wu. 2019. Cellulose Nanocrystal Driven Microphase Separated Nanocomposites: Enhanced Mechanical Performance and Nanostructured Morphology. Inter J. Biomacromelcules. 130: 685-694 (Impact factor = 4.78)
  11. Liu C, W Chen, S Hong, M Pan, M Jiang, Q Wu and C Mei. 2019. Fast Microwave Synthesis of Hierarchical Porous Carbons from Waste Palm Boosted by Activated Carbons for Supercapacitors. Nanomaterials 9, 405; doi:10.3390/nano9030405 (Impact factor = 4.03) Ding C, C Cai, LYin, Q Wu, M Pan and C Mei. 2019. Mechanically Adaptive Nanocomposites with Cellulose Nanocrystals: Strain-field Mapping with Digital Image Correlation. Carbohydrate Polymers, 211:11-21. (Impact factor = 6.04)
  12. Tang Z, R Huang, C Mei, X Sun, D Zhou, X Zhang, and Q Wu. 2019. Influence of Cellulose Nanoparticles on Rheological Behavior of Oil Well Cement-Water Slurries. Materials 12(2), 291; (Impact factor = 2.90)
  13. Yue Y, X Wang, J Han, L Yu, J Chen, Q Wu, J Jiang. 2019. Effects of nanocellulose on sodium alginate/polyacrylamide hydrogel: Mechanical properties and adsorption-desorption capacities. Carbohydrate Polymers 206:289-301. (Impact factor = 6.04)
  14. Han J, K Lu, Y Yue, C Mei, C Huang, Q Wu, X Xu. 2019. Nanocellulose-templated assembly of polyaniline in natural rubber-based hybrid elastomers toward flexible electronic conductors. Industrial Crops & Products 128 (2019) 94–107. (Impact factor = 4.42)


  1. Yue Y, X Wang, J Han, L Yu, J Chen, Q Wu, J Jiang. 2018. Effects of nanocellulose on sodium alginate/polyacrylamide hydrogel: Mechanical properties and adsorption-desorption capacities. Carbohydrate Polymers, (Impact factor = 5.16)
  2. Yoon Y. H., S. Y. Lee, J. G. Gwon, H. J. Cho, Q. Wu, W. H. Lee. 2018. Mesoporous titania films templated by cellulose nanocrystals: morphological and spectrophotometric properties. Cellulose. (Impact factor = 3.8)
  3. Han J, K Lu, Y Yue, C Mei, C Huang, Q Wu, X Xu. 2018. Nanocellulose-templated assembly of polyaniline in natural rubber-based hybrid elastomers toward flexible electronic conductors. Industrial Crops & Products 128 (2019) 94–107. (Impact factor = 3.89)
  4. Martikka O, T Kärki, Q Wu. 2018. Mechanical Properties of 3D-Printed Wood-Plastic Composites. Key Engineering Materials, 777:499-507. (Impact factor = 0.39)
  5. Cheng H. N., C. V Ford, F. J. Kolpak, Qinglin Wu, Preparation and Characterization of Xylan Derivatives and Blends. J. Polym. Environ. 26(10)4114-4123. (Impact factor = 1.97)
  6. Mei C, X Sun, M Wan, Q Wu, S Chun, and S Lee. 2018. Coextruded Wood Plastic Composites Containing Recycled Wood Fibers Treated with Micronized Copper-Quat: Mechanical, Moisture Absorption, and Chemical Leaching Performance. Waste and Biomass Valorization 9:2237–2244. (Impact factor = 0.92)
  7. Ding Q, X Xu, Y Yue, C Mei, C Huang, S Jiang, Q Wu, J Han. 2018. Nanocellulose-mediated electroconductive self-healing hydrogels with high strength, plasticity, viscoelasticity, stretchability, and biocompatibility toward multifunctional applications. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 10, 27987−28002. (Impact factor = 8.14)
  8. Sun X, C Mei, French A. D., S Lee, Y. Wang, and Q Wu. 2018. Surface wetting behavior of nanocellulose based on films. Cellulose 25:5071–5087 (Impact factor = 3.8)
  9. Zhang J, C Mei, R Huang, X Xu, S Lee, BJ Kim, Q Wu. 2018. Comparative mechanical, fire‐retarding, and morphological properties of high‐density polyethylene/(wood flour) composites with different flame retardants. J Vinyl Additive Technology 24 (1), 3-12.
  10. Cheraghiana G, Wu Q, Mostofi M, Li M, Afrand M, Sangwai JS. 2018. Effect of a Novel Clay/silica Nanocomposite on Water-Based Drilling Fluids: Improvements in Rheological and Filtration Properties. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. 555, 339-350 (Impact factor = 2.83)
  11. Liu C, C Mei, B Xu, W Chen, C Yong, K Wang and Q Wu. 2018. Light stabilizers added into the shell of coextruded wood HDPE composites to improve mechanical and anti-UV aging properties. RSC Advance, 9, 5(5):180074. (Impact factor = 2.90)
  12. Yoon Y.H., Lee S.Y., Gwon J.G., Cho H.J., Wu Q., Kim Y.H., Lee W.H. 2018 Photocatalytic performance of highly transparent and mesoporous molybdenum-doped titania films fabricated by templating cellulose nanocrystals. Ceramics International 44:16647-16653. (Impact factor = 3.05)
  13. Li W, Z Wang, Y Wang, G Xu, M Li, X Sun, R Vlosky, Y Lv, Q Wu. 2018. Comparison of Thermal Decomposition Behavior of Lignocellulosic Nanomaterials from Two Biomass Sources. J. Bio-based Materials Bioenergy. 12(5):441-448(8). (Impact factor = 2.90)
  14. Yu M, H Mao, R Huang, Z Ge, P Tian, L Sun, Q Wu, and K Sun. 2018. Mechanical and Thermal Properties of R-High Density Polyethylene Composites Reinforced with Wheat Straw Particleboard Dust and Basalt Fiber. International Journal of Polymer Science. 2018, ID 5101937, 10 pages. (Impact factor = 1.71)
  15. Li M, Wu Q, Song K, French A D, Mei C, Lei T. 2018. pH-Responsive Water-Based Drilling Fluids Containing Bentonite and Chitin Nanocrystals. ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering 6 (3):3783-3795 (Impact factor = 6.14)
  16. Zhou L, He H, Li M, Huang S, Mei C, and Wu Q. 2018. Grafting polycaprolactone diol onto cellulose nanocrystals via click chemistry: toward enhancing thermal and hydrophobic property. Carbohydrate Polymers: 189:331-341. (Impact factor = 5.15)
  17. Wu Q, Mei C, Han J, Yue Y, Xu X. 2018. Preparation technology and industrialization status of Nano cellulose. Journal of Forestry Engineering 3(1): 1-9.
  18. Zhou L, He H, Li M, Huang S, Mei C, Wu Q. 2018. Enhancing Mechanical Properties of Poly(lactic acid) through its in-situ Crosslinking with Maleic Anhydride-modified Cellulose Nanocrystals. Industrial Crops & Prods 112(2):449-459 (Impact factor = 3.94)
  19. Gwon J. G., Cho H. J., Chun S. J., Choi D. H., Lee S., Wu Q., and Lee S. Y. 2018. Physicochemical and mechanical properties of polypropylene-cellulose nanocrystal nanocomposites: Effects of manufacturing process and chemical grafting. Bioresources 13(1):1619-1636. (Impact factor = 1.20)
  20. Huang X, De Hoop CF, Xie J, Wu Q, Boldor D, Qi J. 2018. High bio-content polyurethane (PU) foam made from bio-polyol and cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs) via microwave liquefaction. Materials Design 138 (2018) 11-20. (Impact factor=4.36)
  21. Yong C, Mei C, Guan M, Wu Q, Sun X, Xu B, Wang K. 2018. Interfacial modification mechanism of nanocellulose as a compatibilizer for immiscible binary poly(vinyl alcohol)/poly(ethylene oxide) blends. J. Applied Polymer Sci. DOI: 10.1002/app.45896. (Impact factor=1.86)
  22. Yong C, Mei C, Guan M, Wu Q, Han J and Sun X. 2018. A comparative study of different nanoclay-reinforced cellulose nanofibril biocomposites with enhanced thermal and mechanical properties. Composite Interfaces: Pages 1-15 (Impact factor = 1.08)
  23. Li, G and Q. Wu. 2018. Surface Roughness of thin wood veneers sliced from laminated green wood lumber. Maderas. Ciencia y Tecnología 20(1) 2018. DOI:10.4067/S0718-221X2018005000001
  24. Sun X, Q Wu, X Zhang, S Ren, T Lei, W Li, G Xu, and Q Zhang. 2018 Tailoring Thermal, Optical and Mechanical Properties of Nanocellulose Films with Combined Cellulose Nanofibers and Nanocrystals. Cellulose 25:1103-1115 (Impact factor = 3.8)


  1. Wang Y, Zhou X, Hu J, Jin Y, Wu Q, Chang J, Lu C, Zhang Q. 2017. A comparison between simultaneous saccharification and separate hydrolysis for photofermentative hydrogen production with mixed consortium using corn stover. Inter. J. Hydrogen Energy. 42:30613-30620. (Impact factor = 3.58)
  2. Chen, L., Han, J., Huang, R., Xu, X., Wu Q., 2017. Thermal decomposition properties of recycled tire rubber filled wood/high density polyethylene composite. Wood Research 62(5):701-714. (IF=0.629)
  3. Han J, Yue Y, Wu Q, Huang C, Pan H, Zhan X, Mei C, and Xu X. 2017. Effects of nanocellulose on the structure and properties of poly (vinyl alcohol)-borax hybrid foams. Cellulose, 2017, 24(10):4433-4448. (IF=3.89)
  4. Cui Y, Li MC, Wu Q, Pojman JA, Kuroda DG. 2017. A Synthesis Free Phase-Selective Gelator for Oil-spill Remediation. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 9 (39), 33549-33553. (Impact factor = 7.12)
  5. Zhao J, Huang R, Ramos P, Yue Y, Wu Q, Pavanello M, Zhou J, Kuai X, Gao L, He H, Wang Y. 2017. Structural Transformation of Li-Excess Cathode Materials via Facile Preparation and Assembly of Sonication-Induced Colloidal Nanocrystals for Enhanced Lithium Storage Performance. ACS Applied Materials and Interface. 9 (36), pp 31181-31191. (Impact factor = 7.12)
  6. Zhang, X., J. Zhang, L. Dong, S Ren, Q. Wu, T. Lei. 2017. Thermoresponsive Poly(poly(Ethylene Glycol) Methylacrylate)s Grafted Cellulose Nanocrystals Through SI-ATRP Polymerization. Cellulose, 24(10), 4189-4203 (Impact factor = 3.80)
  7. Li, G. X. Sun, S Lee, and Q Wu. 2017. Mechano-soprtive deformation of borate modified oriented strand board for structural uses. Bioresources 12(3), 5812-2825. (Impact factor = 1.47)
  8. Zhang, J; Wu, Q; Li, M; Song, K; Sun, X; Lee, S; Lei, T. 2017. Thermoresponsive hydrogel from block copolymer poly(n-vinylcarprolactam) grated cellulose nanocrystals: synthesis, structure and liquid-to gel transition behavior. ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering 5, 7439-7447. (Impact factor = 5.95)
  9. Lee D, S Kim, BJ Kim, S-JChun, S-Y Lee, Q Wu. 2017. Effect of nano-CaCO3and talc on property and weathering performance of PP composites. International J. of Polymer Science. Article ID 4512378, (Impact factor = 1.07)
  10. Jiang P, J Zhang, S Ja, Y Wu, Q Wu. 2017. Self-supporting PH- and temperature responsive ethyl Cellulose-G-PDMAEMA micro porous membranes via non-solvent-induced phase separation process. International J. Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials. 66(12):607-612. (Impact factor = 1.52)
  11. Zhang, J., G Li, Q. Wu, M. Li, X Sun, D Ring. 2017. Synergism and mechanism of nanoclay and halogenated flame retardants on fire retardancy of high density polyethylene and wood flour composites. RSC Adv., 7, 24895–24902 (Impact factor = 3.23)
  12. Dong J, M Li, L Zhou, S Lee, C Mei, X Xu, and Q Wu. 2017. Strengthening 3D Printing Poly(lactic acid) Filaments with Grafted Cellulose Nanofibers and Post-extrusion Annealing Treatment. Journal of Polymer Science, Part B: Polymer Physics 55,847-855. (Impact factor = 3.8)
  13. Ren, S, X Zhang, L Dong, T Lei, Z Teng, K Song, X Sun, and Q Wu. 2017. Cellulose Nanocrystal Supported Superparamagnetic Nanorods with Aminated Silica Shell: Synthesis and Properties. J. Material Sci. 52:6432-6441. (Impact factor = 2.3)
  14. Sun X, Q Wu, S Lee, Y Qing, Y Wu. 2017. Rheology, Curing and Mechanical Performance of Oil Well Cement: Combined Effect of Cellulose Nanofibers and Graphene Nano-platelet. Material and Design 114, 92–101. (Impact factor = 3.99)
  15. Huang S, L Zhou, M Li, Q Wu, and D Zhou. 2017. Cellulose Nanocrystals (CNCs) from Corn Stalk: Activation Energy Analysis, Materials 10, 80; doi:10.3390/ma10010080. (Impact Factor=2.80)
  16. Ren S, L Dong, X Zhang, T Lei, F Ehrenhauser, K Song, M Li, X Sun, and Q Wu. 2017. Electrospun Nanofibers Made of Silver Nanoparticles, Cellulose Nanocrystals, and Polyacrylonitrile as Substrates for Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering. Materials 10, 68; doi:10.3390/ma10010068. (Impact Factor=2.80)


  1. Li M, C. Mei, X, Xu, S, Lee, and Q Wu. 2016. Cationic surface modification of cellulose nanocrystals: toward tailoring dispersion and interface in carboxymethyl cellulose films. Polymer 107:200-210. (Impact factor = 3.99)
  2. Carranza A, M G. Pérez-García, K Song, G M. Jeha, Z Diao, R Jin, Bogdanchikova, A F. Soltero, M Terrones, Q Wu, J A Pojman, J D Mota-Morales. 2016. Deep-Eutectic Solvents as MWCNT Delivery Vehicles in the Synthesis of Functional Poly(HIPE) Nanocomposites for Applications as Selective Sorbents. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2016, 8, 31295−31303. (Impact Factor=7.50)
  3. Gwon J, H-J Cho, S-J Chun, S Lee, Q Wu, M Li and S Lee. 2016. Mechanical and thermal properties of toluene diisocyanate-modified cellulose nanocrystal nanocomposites using semi-crystalline poly(lactic acid) as a base matrix. RSC Adv., 2016, 6, 73879. (Impact factor = 3.83)
  4. Song K, Q Wu, M Li, AK. Wojtanowicz, L Dong, X Zhang, S Ren, and T Lei. 2016. Rheological and fluid filtration properties of low solid drilling fluids added with cellulose nanoparticles. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 34:1493-1411 (Impact factor = 2.04)
  5. Zhou, L, H He, M Li; K Song, HN Cheng, S Suzuki, and Q Wu. 2016. Morphological influence of cellulose nanoparticles (CNs) from cottonseed hulls on rheological properties of polyvinyl alcohol/CN composite suspensions. Carbohydrate Polymers 153:445-454.
  6. Song K, Q Wu, M Li, S Ren, L Dong, X Zhang, T Lei, and Y Kojima. 2016. Novel biopolymer water-based drilling fluids for minimizing formation damage. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 507:58-66. (Impact factor = 2.76)
  7. Huang S, L Zhou, M Li, Q Wu, Y Kojima, D Zhou. 2016. Preparation and properties of electrospun poly (vinyl pyrrolidone)/cellulose nanocrystal/silver nanoparticle composite fibers. Materials 9,523; doi:10.3390/ma9070523. (Impact factor = 2.86)
  8. Holt T, K Fazende, E Jee, Q Wu, J A. Pojman. 2016. Cure-on-demand wood adhesive based on the frontal polymerization of acrylates. J. APPL. POLYM. SCI. 2016, DOI: 10.1002/APP.44064 (Impact factor = 1.60)
  9. Sun X, Q Wu, S Lee, Y Qing, Y Wu. 2016. Cellulose nanofibers as a modifier for rheology, curing and mechanical performance of oil well cement. Scientific Report. 6:31654; doi:10.1038/srep31654 (Impact factor = 5.58)
  10. Li, M; Wu Q; Song, K; Cheng, HN; Suzuki, S; Lei, T. 2016. Chitin nanofibers as reinforcing and antimicrobial agents in carboxymethyl cellulose films: influence of partial deacetylation. ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. 2016, 4, 4385-4395. (Impact factor = 5.95)
  11. Yue Y, J Han, G Han, A D. French, Y Qi, and Q Wu. 2016. Cellulose Nanofibers Reinforced Sodium Alginate-Polyvinyl Alcohol Hydrogels: Core-Shell Structure Formation and Property Characterization. Carbohydrate Polymers 147 (2016) 155–164. (Impact factor = 4.02)
  12. Sun L, Q Wu, Y Xie, R Cueto, S Lee, Q Wang. 2016. Thermal degradation and flammability behavior of fire-retarded wood flour/polypropylene composites. Journal of Fire Science 34(3) 226–239. (Impact factor = 1.26)
  13. Tao Y, S Li, P Li and Q Wu. 2016 Thermogravimetric analyses (TGA) of lignins isolated from the residue of corn stover bioethanol (CSB) production Holzforschung 2016; 70(12): 1175–1182 (Impact factor = 1.86).
  14. Li P, Y Tao, Q Wu. 2016. A three-dimensional void reconstruction method for analyzing fractal dimensions of void volume in wood-strand composites. Holzforchung 70(4): 377–382 (Impact factor = 1.86)
  15. Kim JM, CH Park, Q Wu, SY Lee. 2016. Cathodes: 1D Building Blocks-Intermingled Heteronanomats as a Platform Architecture for High-Performance Ultrahigh-Capacity Lithium-Ion Battery Cathodes. Adv. Energy Mater. 6, 1501594. DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201501594 (Full)/DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201670008 (Abstract). (IF = 16.7 Cover)
  16. Min Y, R Huang, C He, Q Wu, and X Zhao. 2016. Hybrid Composites from Wheat Straw, Inorganic Filler, and Recycled Polypropylene: Morphology and Mechanical and Thermal Expansion Performance. Inter J Polymer Science. Article ID 2520670 (, 12 pages. (Impact factor = 1.62)
  17. Dong L, X Zhang, S Ren, T Lei, X Sun, Y Qi, Q Wu. 2016. Poly(diallyldimethylammonium chloride)–cellulose nanocrystals supported Au nanoparticles for nonenzymatic glucose sensing. RSC Adv., 6, 6436-6442. (Impact factor = 3.83)
  18. Sun L, Q Wu, Y Xie, F Wang, Q Wang. 2016. Thermal degradation and flammability properties of multilayer structured wood fiber and polypropylene composites with fire retardants. RSC Advances 6, 13890–13897. (Impact factor = 3.83)
  19. Gwon JG, HJ Cho, SJ Chun, S Lee, Q Wu, S Lee. 2016. Physiochemical, optical and mechanical properties of poly(lactic acid) nanocomposites filled with toluene diisocyanate grafted cellulose nanocrystals. RSC Adv., 6, 9438-9445. (Impact factor = 3.83)
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  1. ung-Ju Cho, Keun-Ho Choi, Sang-Jin Chun, Sang-Bum Park, Don-Ha Choi, Qinglin Wu, Sang-Young Lee. Hetero-nanonet paper batteries based on cellulose nanofibrils/multiwall carbon nanotubes: Toward ultrahigh energy density and origami foldability, Advanced Functional Materials. 25(38), 6029-6040. (Impact Factor = 11.8)21.
  2. Y Qing, Z Cai, Y Wu, C Yao, Q Wu, X Li. 2015. Facile preparation of optically transparent and hydrophobic cellulose nanofibril composite films. Industrial Crops and Products 77, 13-20.
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  4. Song, K., Wu, Q., Ren, S., Lei, T., Negulescu, I.I.,Zhang, Q. 2015. Porous Carbon Nanofibers from Electrospun Biomass Tar/Polyacrylonitrile/Silver Hybrids as Antimicrobial Materials. ACS Applied Materials and Interface. 7, 15108 (Impact factor = 6.723)
  5. Huan S, G Liu, G Han, W Cheng, Z Fu, Q Wu, Q Wang. 2015. Effect of experimental parameters on morphological, mechanical and hydrophobic properties of electrospun polystyrene fibers. Materials, 8, 2718-2734. (Impact Factor =2.65)
  6. Yue, Y, J Han, G Han, G M Aita, and Q Wu. Cellulose Fibers Isolated from Energycane Bagasse using Alkaline and Sodium Chlorite Treatments: Structural, Chemical and Thermal Properties. Industrial Crops and Products, 76:355-363.(Impact factor = 2.95)
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  8. Y Li, L Du, Z Zhang, Q Wu. High-Density Polyethylene and Heat-Treated Bamboo Fiber Composites: Nonisothermal Crystallization Properties. International Journal of Polymer Science, 2015 Article ID 658584: 1-7.
  9. Wu, Q. Nanocellulose: a Green Building Block for Next-Generation Sustainable Material and Energy. Louisiana Agriculture Winter 22-23.
  10. Liu F, G Han, W Cheng, Q Wu. Sorption Isotherm of Southern Yellow Pine—High Density Polyethylene Composites. Materials, 2015, 8(1), 368-378.(Impact factor = 2.65)
  11. Li M, Wu Q, Song K, S. Lee, Qing Y, and Wu Y. 2015. Cellulose nanoparticles: structure- morphology- rheology relationship, ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering, 2015, 3 (5), 821–832.(Impact factor = 4.65)
  12. Zhang, Z; Wu, Q; Song, K; Ren, S; Lei, T. 2015. Using Cellulose Nanocrystals as a Sustainable Additive to Enhance Hydrophility, Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Poly (vinylidiene fluoride)/Poly (methyl methacrylate) Blend. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 3, 574−582.(Impact factor = 4.65)
  13. Sun, X, Q. Wu, S Ren, and T Lei. 2015. Comparison of highly transparent all-cellulose nanopaper prepared using sulfuric acid and TEMPO-mediated oxidation methods Cellulose, (2015) 22:1123–1133 (Impact factor = 3.56)
  14. Huang, S., Wu, Q., Zhou, D., Huang, R., 2015. Thermal decomposition properties of materials from different parts of corn stalk. BioResources 10(1) 2020-2031. (Impact factor=1.56)
  15. Li, M., Wu, Q., Song, K., Qing Y., and Wu, Y. 2015. Cellulose nnaoparticles as modifiers for rheology and fluid loss in bentonite water-based fluids. ACS J. Applied Materials and Interface. 7,5006-5016 (Impact factor = 6.72)
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  17. Song, Kunlin; Wu, Qinglin; Zhang, Zhen; Ren, Suxia; Lei, Tingzhou; Dooley, Kerry; Liu, Da; Janes, Marlene. Electrospun Nanofiber Mats from Biomass Tar and Polyacrylonitrile Co-blends with Antimicrobial Functionality. Fuels 150:123-130. (Impact Factor = 3.4)
  18. Zhang, Z; Wu, Q; Song, K; Ren, S; Lei, T; Zhang, Q. 2015. Using Cellulose Nanocrystals as a Sustainable Additive to Enhance Hydrophility, Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Poly (vinylidiene fluoride)/Poly (methyl methacrylate) Blend. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 3, 574-582. (Impact Factor = 4.67)
  19. Zhang, Z. Y Wang, J. Hu, Q. Wu, and Q. Zhang. 2015. Influence of mixing method and hydraulic retention time on hydrogen production through photo-fermentation with mixed strains, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 40(20), 6521-6529. (Impact factor = 2.95)
  20. Zhang, Z., Q. Wu, C. Zhang, Y. Wang, Y. Li, and Q. Zhang. 2015. Effect of inlet velocity on heat transfer process in a novel photo-fermentation biohydrogen production bioreactor using computation fluid dynamic simulation. Bioresources 10(1):469-481. (Impact factor=1.55)
  21. Kim, B.J., S. Lee, and Q. Wu. 2015. Sound transmission properties of mineral filled high density polyethylene (HDPE) and wood-HDPE composites. BioResources. 10(1):510-526. (Impact Factor=1.56).
  22. Song, K. H. Zhang, Q. Wu, Z. Zhang, C. Zhou, Q. Zhang, and T. Lei. 2015. Structure and thermal properties of tar from gasification of agricultural crop residue. Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry. 119:27-35. (Impact factor = 2.20)


  1. Ren, S., X. Sun, T. Lei, and Q. Wu. 2014. The Effect of Chemical and High-Pressure Homogenization Treatment Conditions on the Morphology of Cellulose Nanoparticles. Journal of Nanomaterials: ID 582913 (Impact factor = 1.61)
  2. Choi, K; Cho, S; Chun, S; Yoo, J; Lee, C; Kim, W; Wu, Q; Park, S; Choi, D; Lee, S; Lee, S. 2014. Heterolayered, one-dimensional nanobuilding block mat batteries. ACS Nano Letters: 14:5677-5686 (Impact factor = 12.96)
  3. Kim, B.J., R. Huang, J. Han, S. Lee, and Q. Wu. 2013. Mechanical and morphological properties of coextruded wood plastic composites with glass fiber filled shell. Polymer Composites: In-Press (Impact factor = 1.45)
  4. Li, H., K. Song, D. Zhou, and Q. Wu. 2014. Effect of durability treatment on moisture sorption properties of wood plastic composite. BioResources 9(4):6397-6407.(Impact factor = 1.55)
  5. Huang, Z, S. Liu, B. Zhang, and Q. Wu. 2014. Preparation and swelling behavior of a novel self-assembled β-cyclodextrin/acrylic acid/sodium alginate hydrogel. Carbohydrate Polymers 113: 430–437. (Impact factor = 3.91)
  6. Scognamillo, S., J. Pojman, and Q. Wu. 2014. Frontal Cationic Curing of Epoxy Resins in the Presence of Defoaming or Expanding Compounds. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. DOI: 10.1002/app.40339. (Impact factor = 1.60)
  7. Li, H., Z. Zhang, K. Song, S. Lee, S.J. Chun, D. Zhou, and Q. Wu. 2014. Effect of durability treatment on ultraviolet resistance, strength, and surface wettability of wood plastic composite. BioResources 9(2):3591-3602. (Impact factor = 1.65)
  8. Zhang, Z., K. Song, Y. Li, and Q. Wu. 2014. Non-isothermal crystallization of poly (vinylidene fluoride)/poly (methyl methacrylate) cellulose nanocrystal nanocomposites. International Journal of Polymer Analysis and Characterization. 19: 1–10. (Impact factor = 1.23)
  9. Wu, Q., K. Chi, Y. Wu, and S Lee. 2014. Mechanical, thermal expansion, and flammability properties of co-extruded wood polymer composites with basalt fiber reinforced shells. Materials and Design, 60:334-342. (Impact factor = 2.91)
  10. Zhou, C, Q. Wu, T. Lei, and I. Negulescu. 2014. Adsorption kinetic and equilibrium studies for methylene blue dye by partially hydrolyzed polyacrylamide/cellulose nanocrystal nanocomposite hydrogels. Chemical Engineering Journal. 251:17-24. (Impact factor = 3.5)
  11. Liu, T., Q. Wang, Y. Xie, and Q. Wu. 2014. Effects of use of coupling agents on the properties of microfibrillar composite based on high-density polyethylene and polyamide-6. Polymer Bulletin, 71(3):685-703. (Impact factor = 1.20)
  12. Du, L., Y. Li, and Q. Wu. 2014 Water absorption properties of heat-treated bamboo fiber and high density polyethylene composite. BioResources. 9(1):1189-1120. (Impact factor = 1.48)
  13. Wu, Y, C. Yao, Y. Hu, X. Zhu, Y. Qing and Q. Wu. 2014. Flame retardancy and thermal degradation behavior of red gum wood treated with hydrate magnesium chloride. J. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 20:3536-3542.(Impact factor = 2.2)
  14. Zhu, X., B.J. Kim, Q. Wang, and Q. Wu. 2014. Recent advances in the sound insulation properties of bio-based materials. BioResources. 9(1):1764-1786.(Impact factor = 1.48)
  15. Wu, Y.; C. Yao; Y. Hu; X. Zhu; Y. Qing; and Q. Wu. 2014. Comparative performance of three magnesium compounds on thermal degradation behavior of red gum wood. Materials, 7,637-652. (Impact factor = 2.2)
  16. Han, G.; Huan, S.; Han, J.; Zhang, Z.; Wu, Q. 2014. Effect of Acid Hydrolysis Conditions on the Properties of Cellulose Nanoparticle-Reinforced Polymethylmethacrylate Composites. Materials 7, 16-29. (Impact factor = 2.2).
  17. Han, J., T. Lei, and Q. Wu. 2014. Cellulose nanoparticle reinforced polyvinyl alcohol-borax hydrogels: rheological properties and formation mechanism. Carbohydrate Polymers. 102:306-316. (Impact factor = 3.46)


  1. Huang, R., X. Xu, S. Lee, Y. Zhang, and Q. Wu. 2013. High Density Polyethylene Composite Reinforced with Hybrid Inorganic Fillers: Morphology, Mechanical and Thermal Expansion Performance. Materials. 6:4122-4138. (Impact factor = 2.2)
  2. Kim, J.H., E.S. Choi, J.H. Kim, S.J. Chun, Q. Wu, S.Y. Lee, and S.Y. Lee. 2013. Colloidal Silica Nanoparticle-assisted Structural Control of Cellulose Nanofiber paper separators for Lithium-Ion Batteries. J. Power Sources. 242:533–540. (Impact Factor=4.95)
  3. Edwards, J. V., N. Prevost, A. French, M. Concha, A. DeLucca, and Q. Wu. 2013 Nanocellulose-Based Biosensors: Design, Preparation, and Activity of Peptide-Linked Cotton Cellulose Nanocrystals Having Fluorimetric and Colorimetric Elastase Detection Sensitivity. Engineering 5, 20-28.
  4. Han, J., T. Lei, and Q. Wu. 2013. Facile in-situ synthesis of high-water-content mouldable polyvinyl alcohol-borax hydrogels reinforced by well-dispersed cellulose nanoparticles: physical and mechanical properties. Cellulose 20:2947–2958. (Impact factor = 3.60)
  5. Xu, X., D. Zhou, and Q. Wu. Influences of layered structure on physical and mechanical properties of kenaf core particleboard. BioResources 8(4):5219-5234. (Impact factor = 1.48)
  6. Zhou, C., S. Lee, K. Dooley, and Q. Wu. 2013. A facile approach to fabricate porous nanocomposite gels based on partially hydrolyzed polyacrylamide and cellulose nanocrystals for absorbing methylene blue at low concentration. Journal of Hazardous Materials: 263:334-341. (Impact factor = 4.17)
  7. Xiong, W., Q. Wu, and C.S. Cai. 2013. Mechanical and Thermal Performance of Coextruded Wood Plastic Composites for Structural Applications. Advances in Structural Engineering, 16(5): 909-930. (Impact factor = 0.48)
  8. Liu, T., Y. Lei, Q. Wang, S. Lee, and Q. Wu. 2013. Effect of fiber type and coupling treatment on properties of high-density polyethylene/natural fiber composites. BioResources. 8(3):4619-4632. (Impact factor = 1.48)
  9. Huang, Z., Wu, Q., Liu, S., and Zhang, B., A novel biodegradable β-cyclodextrin-based hydrogel for the removal of heavy metal ions. Carbohydrate Polymers 97(2):496-501 (Impact factor = 3.469)
  10. Han, J., C Zhou, Y Wu, F Liu, and Q Wu. 2013. Self-assembling behavior of cellulose nanoparticles during freeze drying: effect of suspension concentration, particle size, crystal structure, and surface charge. Biomacromolecules, 14:1529-1540 (Impact Factor=5.48).
  11. Zhou, C., Q. Shi, L. Terrell, D. Hayes, W. Guo, and Q. Wu. 2013. A novel electrospun bio-nanocomposite scaffold for tissue engineering by cellulose nanocrystals reinforcing maleic anhydride grafted PLA. ACS J. Applied Materials and Interface. 5 (9): 3847–3854 (Impact Factor=4.45)
  12. Li, P., B. J. Kim, Q., Wang, and Q. Wu. 2012. Experimental and numerical analysis of sound insulation property of filled wood plastic composites (WPCs) filled with Precipitated CaCO3. Holzforschung 67(3): 301–306 (Impact Factor=1.31)
  13. Huang, R., B.J. Kim, S.Y. Lee, Y. Zhang, and Q. Wu. 2013. Co-extruded Wood Plastic Composites with talc Filled Shells: Morphology, Mechanical, and Thermal Expansion Performance. BioResources 8(2):2283-2299. (Impact factor = 1.48)
  14. Han, J., C. Zhou, A. D. French, G. Han, and Q. Wu. 2013. Characterization of cellulose II nanoparticles regenerated from ionic liquid, 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium chloride. Carbohydrate Polymers 94 : 773– 781 (Impact factor = 3.469)
  15. Li, P., Q. Wu, and Y., Tao. 2012. Fractal dimension analysis of void size in wood-strand composites based on X-ray computer tomography images. Holzforschung, 67(2):177-182. (Impact Factor=1.31)
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  17. Wu, Q., F. Yao, and D. Zhou. 2013. Thermal degradation of rice straw fibers: global kinetic modeling with isothermal thermogravimetric analysis. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry.19:670-676. (Impact Factor=2.24)
  18. Xu, X., S. Lee, and Q. Wu. 2013. Decay and mold performance of borate modified OSB from southern wood species. Bioresources 8(1):104-114. (Impact factor = 1.48)


  1. Shang, L. G. Han, F. Zhu J. Ding, T. Shupe, Q. Wang, and Q. Wu. 2012. High-Density Polyethylene-based Composites with Pressure-treated Wood Fibers. Bioresources: 7(4):5181-5189. (Impact factor = 1.48)
  2. Huang, R., W. Xiong, X. Xu, and Q. Wu. 2012. Thermal Expansion Behavior of Co-extruded Wood Plastic Composites with Glass-fiber Reinforced Shells. Bioresources: 7(4), 5514-5526. (Impact factor = 1.48)
  3. Guan, X., R. Cueto, P. Russo, Y. Qi, and Q. Wu. 2012. Asymmetric Flow field-flow fractionation with multiangle light scattering detection for characterization of cellulose nanocrystals. Biomacromolecules, 13:2671-2679 (Impact Factor=5.48)
  4. Song, X., C. Zhou, F. Fu,Z. Chen, and Q. Wu. 2012. Effect of High-pressure Homogenization on Particle Size and Film Properties of Soy Protein Isolate. J. of Industrial Crops and Products. 43:538-544. (Impact Factor=2.47)
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  6. Edwards, J. V., N. T. Prevost, B. Condon, A. French and Q. Wu. 2012. Immobilization of lysozyme-cellulose amide-linked conjugates on cellulose I and II cotton nanocrystalline preparation. Cellulose 19:495–506. (Impact Factor=2.87)
  7. Yue, Y., C. Zhou, A. D. French, X. Guan, G. Han, Q. Wang, and Q. Wu. 2012. Comparative properties of cellulose nano-crystals from native and mercerized cotton fibers. Cellulose 19:1173-1187. (Impact Factor=3.60)
  8. Shi, Q., C. Zhou, Y. Yue, W. Guo, Y. Wu, and Q. Wu. 2012. Mechanical properties and in vitro degradation of electrospun bio-nanocomposite mats from PLA and cellulose nanocrystals. Carbohydrate Polymers 87:1779– 1786. (Impact factor = 3.469)
  9. Wu, Q., Y. Lei, K. Lian, and Y. Qi. 2012. Copper/carbon core shell nanoparticles (CCCSNs) as additive for natural fiber/wood plastic blends. Bioresources: 7(3), 3213-3222. (Impact Factor=1.50)
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  1. Kim, BJ, F. Yao, G. Han, and Q. Wu. 2011. Performance of bamboo plastic composite with hybrid bamboo and precipitaed calcium carbonate fillers. Polymer Composites 33:68-78. (Impact Factor=0.998)
  2. Li, Y., Q. Wu, J. Li, Y. Liu, X., Wang, and Z. Liu. 2012. Improvement of dimensional stability of wood via combination treatment: swelling with maleic anhydride and grafting with glycidyl methacrylate and methyl methacrylate. Holzforschung, 66: 59–66. (Impact Factor=1.31)
  3. Lei, Y., and Q. Wu. 2011. High density polyethylene and poly(ethylene terephthalate) in situ sub-micro-fibril blends as matrix for wood plastic composites. Composite Part A. 43:73-78. (Impact Factor=2.338)
  4. Zhou, C., X. Qiu, Q. Zhuang, Z. Han, Q. Wu. 2011. In situ polymerization and photophysical properties of poly(p-phenylene benzobisoxazole)/multiwalled carbon nanotubes composites. J. Applied Poly. Sci. 124:4740-4746.
  5. Zhou, C., Q. Wang, and Q. Wu. 2011. UV-initiated crosslonking of electrospun poly(ethylene oxide) nanofibers with pentaerythritol triacrylate: effect of irradiation time and incorporated cellulose nanocrystals. Carbohydrate Polymers 87:1779-1786. (Impact factor = 3.469)
  6. Liu, D., X. Chen, Y. Yue, M. Chena, and Q. Wu. 2011. Structure and rheology of nanocrystalline cellulose. Carbohydrate Polymers 84:316-323. (Impact factor = 3.469)
  7. Liu, D., Q. Wu, P. R.Chang, and G. Gao. 2011. Self-assembled liquid crystal film from mechanically defibrillated chitosan nanofibers. Carbohydrate Polymers 84(1): 686-689. (Impact factor = 3.469)
  8. Liu, D., P. R. Chang, M. Chen, and Q. Wu, 2011.Chitosan colloidal suspension composed of mechanically disassembled nanofibers. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 354(2):637-643. (Impact Factor=3.22)
  9. Zhou, C., R. Chou, R. Wu, and Q. Wu. 2011. Electrospun polyethylene oxide/cellulose nanocrystal composite nanofibrous mats with homogeneous and heterogeneous microstructures. Biomacromolecules: 12:2617-2625 (Impact Factor=5.3) (PDF)
  10. Lei, Y., and Q. Wu. 2011. Recycling engine oil containers to prepare wood plastic composites. J. Applied Poly. Sci. In-press (Impact Factor=1.33) (PDF)
  11. Wu, Q. and Y. Xu. 2011. Microfibrilar thermoplastic-wood fiber blends with improved creep properties. SPE Plastics Reserach Online. DOI:10.1002/spepro.003611. (PDF)
  12. Xu, Y., S. Y. Lee, and Q. Wu. 2011. Creep analysis of bamboo-high density polyethylene composites: effect of interfacial treatment and fiber loading level. 32(5):692-699. (Impact Factor=1.19) (PDF)
  13. Zhou, C, and Q. Wu. 2011. A novel polyacrylamide nanocomposite hydrogel reinforced with natural chitosan nanofibers. Journal of Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 84:155-162. (Impact Factor=2.0) (PDF)
  14. Yao, F., Q. Wu, H., Liu, Y. Lei, and D. Zhou. 2011. Rice straw fiber reinforced high density polyethylene composite: Effect of coupled compatibilizating and toughening treatment. J. Applied Poly. Sci. 119:2214-2222. DOI:10.1002/app.32946 (Impact Factor=1.33) (PDF)


  1. Zhou, C, Q. Wu, and Q. Zhang. 2010. Dynamic rheology studies of in-situ polymerization process of polyacrylamide-cellulose nanocrystals composite hydrogels. Colloid and Polymer Science 353(1):116-123. DOI 10.1007/s00396-010-2342-3.(Impact factor = 2.2) (PDF)
  2. Zhou, C, Q. Wu, Y. Yue, and Q. Zhang. 2010. Application of rod-shape cellulose nanocrystals in Polyacrylamide hydrogels. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 353:116-123 (Impact Factor=3.02) (PDF)
  3. Zhou, C, W. Yang, Z. Lu, W. Zhou, Y. Xia, Z. Han, and Q. Wu. 2010. Synthesis and solution properties of novel comb-shaped acrylamide copolymers. Polymer Bulletin DOI 10.1007/s00289-010-0360-4. (Impact Factor = 1.01) (PDF)
  4. Liu, D, H. Chen, P. R., Chang, Q. Wu, K. Li, and L. Guan. 2010. Biomimetic soy protein nanocomposites with calcium carbonate crystalline arrays for use as wood adhesive. Bioresource Technology 101: 6235-6241. doi:10.1016/j.biortech.2010.02.107 (Impact Factor=4.45) (PDF)
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  7. Liu, H., D. Liu, F. Yao, and Q. Wu. 2010. Fabrication and properties of transparent polymethylmethacrylate/ cellulose nanocrystal composites. Bioresource Technology, 101:5685-5692(Impact Factor=4.45) (PDF)
  8. Lei, Y., and Q. Wu. 2010. Wood plastic composites based on recycled high density polyethylene and poly(ethylene terephthalate) microfibillar blends. Bioresource Technology, 101:3665-3671. (Impact Factor=4.45) (PDF)
  9. Liu, D. , T., Zhong, P. R. Chang, K. Li, and Q. Wu. 2010. Starch composites reinforced by bamboo cellulose crystals. Bioresource Technology, 101:2529-2536.(Impact Factor=4.45) (PDF)
  10. Xu, Y., Q. Wu, Y. Lei, and F. Yao. 2010. Creep behavior of bagasse fiber reinforced polymer composites. Bioresource Technology, 101(9):3280-3286. (Impact Factor=4.45) (PDF)
  11. Liu, H., F. Yao, Y. Xu, and Q. Wu. 2010. A novel wood flour-filled composite based on microfibrillar high density polyethylene (HDPE)/nylon-6 blends. Bioresource Technology, 101(9):3295-3297 (Impact Factor=4.45)(PDF)
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  13. Han, G., J. Deng, S. Zhang, P. Bicho, and Q. Wu. 2010. Effect of Steam Explosion Treatment on Characteristics of Wheat Straw. J. Industrial Crops and Products 31:28-33. (Impact Factor=1.19) (PDF)


  1. Vlosky, P. R., T. Shupe, and Q. Wu. 2009. Perceptions and use of termite resistant treated wood products. Part I: the perspective of homeowners in Formosan subterranean termite infected states. Drvna Industrija 60(3):135-144. (PDF)
  2. Vlosky, P. R., T. Shupe, and Q. Wu. 2009. Perceptions and use of termite resistant treated wood products. Part II: the perspective of homeowners and Architects in Formosan subterranean termite infected states. Drvna Industrija 60(4):219-228. (PDF)
  3. Liu, D., Q. Wu, H. Chen, and P. R. Chang 2009. Transitional Properties of Micro- to Nano-sized Starch Particles Manufactured via a Green Process. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 339(1):117-124. (Impact Factor=2.44) (PDF)
  4. Liu, H., Q. Wu, and Q., Zhang. 2009. Preparation and properties of banana fiber-reinforced composites based on high density polyethylene/Nylon-6 blends. Bioresource Technology 100:6088-6097. (Impact Factor=4.45) (PDF)
  5. Yao, F., Q. Wu, and D. Zhou. 2009. Thermal decomposition kinetics of natural fibers: Global kinetic modeling with non-isothermal thermogravimetric analysis. J. Applied Poly. Sci. 114:834-842. (Impact Factor=1.33) (PDF)
  6. Lei, Y., Q. Wu, and Q., Zhang. 2009. Microfibrillar composites based on recycled high density polyethylene and poly(ethylene terephthalate): morphological and mechanical properties. Composite Part A 40:904-912. (Impact Factor=1.66) (PDF)
  7. Lei, Y., Q. Wu, C. M. Clemons, and W. Guo. 2009. Phase structure and properties of poly(ethylene terephthalate)/high density polyethylene based on recycled materials. J. Applied Poly. Sci. 113:1710-1719 (Impact Factor=1.33) (PDF)
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  9. Wu, Q., J.N. Lee, Z. Cai, and D. Zhou. 2009. Creep behavior of borate-treated strandboard: effect of zinc borate retention, wood species, and load level. Maderas Cienciay Tecnologia Journal. 11(1):19-32. (PDF)
  10. Cao, Q., P. Tian, and Q. Wu. 2009. Modeling Diameter Distributions of Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide-co-methacrylic Acid) Nanoparticles. J. Applied Polymer Science: 111:2584-2589. (Impact Factor=1.3) (PDF)
  11. Xu, X., F. Yao, Q. Wu, and D. Zhou. 2009. The influence of wax-sizing on dimension stability and mechanical properties of bagasse particleboard. J. Industrial Crops and Products 29(1):80-85 (Impact Factor=1.19) (PDF)


  1. Xu, Y., Q. Wu,· Y. Lei,· F. Yao, and Q. Zhang. 2008. Natural Fiber Reinforced Poly(vinyl chloride) Composites: Effect of Fiber Type and Impact Modifier. Journal of Polymers and the Environment 16(4):250-257. (PDF)
  2. Han, G., Y. Lei, Q. Wu, Y. Kojima, and S. Suzuki. 2008. Bamboo-fiber filled high density polyethylene composites: effect of coupling treatment and nanoclay. J. of Polymers and the Environment 16:123-130. (Impact Factor=1.1) (PDF)
  3. Liu, H., Q. Wu, G. Han, F. Yao, Y. Kojima, S. Suzuki. 2008. Compatibilizing and toughening bamboo flour-filled HDPE composites: mechanical properties and morphologies. Composite Part A. 39:1891-1900. (Impact Factor=1.66)(PDF)
  4. Cheng, W., T. Morooka, Q. Wu, and Y. Liu. 2008. Transverse mechanical behavior of wood under high temperature and pressurized steam. Forest Prod. Journal 58(12):63-67. (Impact Factor=0.3) (PDF)
  5. Wu, Q., and P. Tian. 2008. Adsorption Of Cu2+ Ions With Poly(N-Isopropylacrylamide-Co-Methacrylic Acid) Micro/Nanoparticles. J. Applied Polymer Science 109:3740-3746. (Impact Factor=1.3) (PDF)
  6. Yao, F., Q. Wu, Y. Lei, and Y. Xu. 2008. Rice straw fiber reinforced high density polyethylene composite: Effect of fiber type and loading. J. Industrial Crops and Products: 28:63-72. (Impact Factor=1.19) (PDF)
  7. Lu, J. Z., X. Duan, Q. Wu, and K. Lian. 2008. Chelating efficiency and thermal, mechanical and decay resistance performance of Chitosan copper complex in wood-polymer composite. Bioresource Technology 99:5906-5914. (Impact Factor=4.45) (PDF)
  8. S. Y. Lee, I. A. Kang, G. H. Doh, H. G. Yoon, B. D. Park, and Q. Wu. 2008. Thermal and mechanical properties of wood flour/talc filled polylactic acid (PLA) composites: effect of filler content and coupling treatment. J. Thermoplastic. Composite Material 21:209-223. (PDF)
  9. Tian, P., Q. Wu, and K. Lian. 2008. Preparation of temperature- and pH-sensitive, stimuli-responsive poly(N-isopropylacrylamide-co-methacrylic acid) nanoparticles. J. Applied Polymer Science 108: 2226-2232. (IF=1.3) (PDF)
  10. Lee, S. Y., I. A. Kang, G. H. Doh, W. J., Kim, J. S. Kim, H. G. Yoon, and Q. Wu. 2008. Thermal, mechanical, morphological properties of polypropylene/clay/wood flour nanocomposites. eXPRESS Polymer Letters 2(2): 78-87. (PDF)
  11. Yao, F., Q. Wu, Y. Lei, W. Guo, and Y. Xu. 2008. Thermal decomposition kinetics of natural fibers: activation energy with dynamic thermogravimetric analysis. Polymer Degradation and Stability 93(1):90-98. (Impact Factor=2.07) (PDF)


  1. Lei, Y., Q. Wu, C. Clemons, F. Yao, and Y. Xu. 2007. Influence of Nanoclay on Properties of HDPE/Wood Composites. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 106:3958-3966. (Impact Factor=1.3) (PDF)
  2. Cheng, W., T. Morooka, Q. Wu, and Y. Liu. 2007. Characterization of tangential shrinkage stresses of wood during drying under superheated steam above 100 oC. Forest Prod. J. 57(11):39-43. (IF=0.3) (PDF)
  3. Wang, Z. Q., A. R. Zubri, X. H., Zhang, J. Macgowan, J. Qin, X. Ye, L. Son, Q. Wu, K. Lian, and W.T. Cefalu. 2007. Effects of dietary fibers on weight gain, carbohydrate metabolism, and gastric ghrelin gene expression in mice fed a high-fat diet. Metabolism Clinical and Experiment 56:1635-1642. (Impact Factor=2.65) (PDF)
  4. Cai, Z.. Q. Wu, G. Han, and J. N. Lee. 2007. Tensile and thickness swelling properties of strands from southern hardwoods and Southern pine: effect of hot-pressing and resin application. Forest Prod. J. 57(5):36-40. (IF=0.3) (PDF)
  5. Lee, S. Y., and Q. Wu. 2007. Leachability of zinc borate-modified oriented strandboard (OSB). Mokehae Konghak 35(5): 46-57. (PDF)
  6. Chen, Y., L. Sun, I. Negulescu, Q. Wu, and G. Henderson. 2007. Comparative Study of Hemp Fiber for Nonwoven Composites. Journal of Industrial Hemp 12(1):27-45. (PDF)
  7. Lee, S.Y., G.H. Doh, I.A. Kang, and Q. Wu. 2007. Influence of Hwangto on the mechanical properties of wood flour reinforced high density polyethylene (DPE) composites. Mokehae Konghak 35(2): 10-20. (PDF)
  8. Cao, Q. and Q. Wu. 2007. Characterizing wood fiber and particle length with a mixture distribution and a segmented distribution. Holzforschung 61:124-130. (Impact Factor=1.01) (PDF)
  9. Lei, Y., Q. Wu, F. Yao, and Y. Xu. 2007. Preparation and Properties of Recycled HDPE/Natural Fiber Composites. Composite Part A. 38:1664-1674. (Impact Factor=1.66) (PDF)
  10. Lu, J.Z., C.J. Monlezum, Q. Wu, and Q. Cao. 2007. Fitting Weibull and lognormal distributions to wood fiber length. Wood Fiber Sci. 39(1):82-94. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  11. Han, G., Q. Wu, and J.Z. Lu. 2007. The Influence of Fines Content and Panel Density On Properties Of Mixed Hardwood Oriented Strandboard. Wood Fiber Science 39(1):2-15. (IF=0.4) (PDF)


  1. Han, G. P., Q. Wu, and Z. Lu. 2006. Selected properties of wood strand and oriented strandboard from small-diameter southern pine trees. Wood and Fiber Science 38(4):621-632. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  2. Lei, Y., Q. Wu, and C. M. Clemons. 2006. Preparation and properties of recycled HDPE/clay Hybrids. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 103(5):3056-3063. (PDF)
  3. Lu, J. Z., Q. Wu, I. I. Negulescu, and J. Y, Chen. 2006. Effects of Fiber Feature and Polymer Melt Index on Mechanical Properties of Sugarcane Fiber/Polymer Composites. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 102:5607-5619. (IF=1.3) (PDF)
  4. Lu, L.Z., and Q. Wu. 2006. Surface Characterization Of Chemically Modified Wood: Dynamic Wettability. Wood Fiber Sci. 38(3):497-511. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  5. Lei, Y., and Q. Wu. 2006. Cure Kinetics of Aqueous Phenol-Formaldehyde Resins Used for Oriented Strandboard Manufacturing: Effect of Wood Flour. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 101:3886-3894. (IF=1.3) (PDF)
  6. Lei, Y., and Q. Wu. 2006. Cure Kinetics of Aqueous Phenol-Formaldehyde Resins Used for Oriented Strandboard Manufacturing: Effect of Zinc Borate. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 101:3886-3894. (IF=1.3) (PDF)
  7. Lei, Y., Q. Wu, and K. Lian. 2006. Cure Kinetics of Aqueous Phenol-Formaldehyde Resins Used for Oriented Strandboard Manufacturing: Analytical Technique. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 100:1642-1650.(IF=1.3) (PDF)
  8. Han, G. P., Q. Wu, and, X. Wang. 2006. Stress-wave properties of wood-based panels: effect of moisture, produc type, and material direction. Forest Products J. 56(1):28-33. (IF=0.3) (PDF)


  1. Han, G., Q. Wu, and X. Duan. 2005. Physical and mechanical properties of mixed comrind and hardwood oriented strandboard bonded with phenol formaldehyde resin. Forest Products Journal 55(10):28-36. (IF=0.3) (PDF)
  2. Via, B. K., Q. Wu, I.D. Hartley, T.F. Shupe, S.Y. Lee, and B.G. Lee. 2005. Theoretical sensitivity of warp to varying layer thickness in 5-layer plywood. Korean J. Wood Science and Technology 33(2): 24-28.
  3. Lu, J. Z., Q. Wu, and I.I. Negulescu. 2005. Maleated wood fiber-high density polyethylene composites: coupling mechanisms and interfacial characterization. Composite Interfaces 12 (1-2):125-140. (IF=0.911) (PDF)
  4. Xu. X., Q. Wu, and D. Zhou. 2005. Kenaf core composites: a laboratory trial. Journal of Nanjing Forestry University 29(1):10-16.
  5. Smith, W.R. and Q. Wu. 2005. Durability improvement for structural wood composites- Current state of the art. Forest Products Journal 52(2):8-17. (IF=0.3) (PDF)
  6. Wu, Q., Cai, Z., and J.N. Lee. 2005. Tensile and dimensional properties of wood strands made from plantation southern pine lumber. Forest Products Journal 52(2):1-6.(IF=0.3) (PDF)
  7. Lu, J.Z., Q. Wu, and I.I. Negulescu. 2005. Maleated wood fiber-high density polyethylene composites: coupling agent performance. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 96:93-102. (IF=1.3) (PDF)
  8. Lu, J.Z., and Q. Wu. 2005. Surface and interfacial characterization of wood-PVC composites: imaging morphology and wetting behavior. Wood Fiber Sci. 37(1):95-111. (IF=0.4) (PDF)


  1. Lu, J.Z., and Q. Wu. 2004. Surface and interfacial characterization of wood-PVC composites: thermal and dynamic mechanical properties. Wood Fiber Sci. 36(4):500-510. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  2. Lu, J.Z., Q. Wu, and I.I. Negulescu. 2004. Maleated wood fiber-high density polyethylene composites: compounding process. Journal of Applies Polymer Science 93:2570-2578. (IF=1.3) (PDF)
  3. Han, G., and Q. Wu. 2004. Comparative properties of comrind and wood strands for structural composite manufacturing. Forest Products Journal 54(12):283-294. (IF=0.3) (PDF)
  4. Vun, R.Y., Q. Wu, C.J. Monlezum. 2004. Through-thickness ultrasonic characterization of wood and agricultural-fiber composites. Forest Products Journal 54(12):233-239. (IF=0.3) (PDF)
  5. Cai, Z., Q. Wu, J.N. Lee, and S. Hiziroglu. 2004. The influence of board density, mat construction, and chip type on performance of particleboard made from eastern redcedar. Forest Products Journal 54(12):226-232. (IF=0.3) (PDF)
  6. Xu, X., D. Zhou, Q. Wu, and R.P. Vlosky. 2004. Agri- based Composites in China: Opportunities & Challenges. Forest Prod. J. 54(5):8-15. (IF=0.3) (PDF)
  7. Lee, S., Q. Wu, and W. R. Smith. 2004. Formosan subterranean termite resistance of borate-modified strandboard manufactured from southern wood species: a laboratory trial. Wood Fiber Sci. 36(1):107-118.(IF=0.4) (PDF)
  8. Wu, Q., J.N. Lee, and G. Han. 2004. The influence of voids on the engineering constants of oriented strandboard: a finite element model. Wood Fiber Sci. 36(1):71-83. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  9. Xu. X., Q. Wu, and D. Zhou. 2004. Experimental particleboard from Kenaf stalk ( I): Influences of structure on board performances. China Forest Prod. Industry 31(3): 28-32.
  10. Xu. X., Q. Wu, and D. Zhou. 2004. Experimental particleboard from Kenaf stalk (II): Influences of glue system and raw materials on board performances. China Forest Products Industry 31(5): 29-31.


  1. Xu. X., Q. Wu, and D. Zhou. 2003. Hygroscopic properties of MDI-bonded rice-straw particleboard. China Forest Products Industry 30(3): 18-22.
  2. Xu. X., Q. Wu, and D. Zhou. 2003. Rice straw particleboard with modified MDI resin. Journal of Nanjing Forestry University 28(3): 21-26.
  3. Vun, R.Y., Q. Wu, and C. J. Monlezum. 2003. Ultrasonic characterization of horizontal density variations in oriented strandboard. Wood and Fiber Science 35(4): 450-465. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  4. Vun, R.Y., Q. Wu, M. Bhardwaj, and G. Stead. 2003. Ultrasonic characterization of structural properties of oriented strandboard: Direct-contact vs. Non-contact methods. Wood and Fiber Science 35(3): 381-396. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  5. Wu, Q, and J.N. Lee. 2003. Continuum modeling of engineering constants of oriented strandboard. Wood and Fiber Science 35(1):24-40. (IF=0.4) (PDF)


  1. Hiziroglu, S., R.B. Holcomb, and Q. Wu. 2002. Manufacturing particleboard from eastern red cedar. Forest Products Journal 52(7/8):72-76. (IF=0.3) (PDF)
  2. Shupe, T. F., Q. Wu, and I. D. Hartley. 2002. Calibration of moisture meters for southern hardwoods. Forest Products Journal 52(7/8): 59-62.(IF=0.3) (PDF)
  3. Lu, J. Z., and Q. Wu. 2002. The influence of maleation on wood surface wettability and interfacial bonding strength in wood-PVC laminates. Wood Fiber Science 34(3):434-459. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  4. Wu, Q., and J. N. Lee. 2002. Thickness swelling of oriented strandboard under long-term cyclic humidity exposure conditions. Wood and Fiber Science 34(1):125-139. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  5. Lee, J. N., and Q. Wu. 2002. In-plane dimensional stability of three-layer oriented strandboard. Wood and Fiber Science 34(1):77-95. (IF=0.4) (PDF)


  1. Vlosky, R. P.,and Q. Wu. 2001. A brief look at raw material usage in the furniture and cabinet industries in the southern United States. Forest Products Journal 51(9):25-29. (IF=0.3) (PDF)
  2. Lee, S., Q. Wu, and B. Strickland. 2001. Influence of flake chemical properties and zinc borate on gel time of phenolic resin for OSB manufacturing. Wood and Fiber Science 33(3):425-436. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  3. Poku, K., Q. Wu, and R. P. Vlosky. 2001. Wood properties of lesser-used species of tropical hardwoods from Ghana. Wood and Fiber Science 33(2):284-291.(IF=0.4) (PDF)


  1. Wu, Q. and R. P. Vlosky. 2000. Panel products: a perspective from furniture and cabinets manufacturers in the southern United States. Forest Products J. 50(9):45-50.(PDF)
  2. Wu, Q., and Y. Ren. 2000. Characterization of sorption behavior of oriented strandboard under long-term cyclic humidity exposure conditions. Wood and Fiber Science 32(4):404-418. (PDF)
  3. Lu, J. Z., Q. Wu, and H.S. Mcnabb, Jr. 2000. Chemical coupling in wood fiber and polymer composites: A review of coupling agents and treatments. Wood and Fiber Science 32(1):88-104. (IF=0.4) (PDF)


  1. Wu, Q. and C. Piao. 1999. Thickness swelling and its relationship to internal bond strength loss of commercial oriented strandboard. Forest Products Journal 49(7/8):50-55. (IF=0.3) (PDF)
  2. Wu, Q. 1999. Screw-holding capacity of two furniture-grade plywoods. Forest Products Journal 49(4):56-59. (IF=0.3) (PDF)
  3. Wu, Q. 1999. Application of Nelson’s sorption isotherm to wood composites and overlays. Wood and Fiber Science 31(2):187-191. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  4. Wu, Q. 1999. In-plane dimensional stability of oriented strand panel: Effect of processing variables. Wood and Fiber Science 31(1):28-40. (IF=0.4) (PDF)


  1. Wu, Q. 1998. Effect of moisture on bending and breaking resistance of commercial oriented strandboard. Wood and Fiber Science 30(2):205-209. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  2. Wu, Q., and W. R. Smith. 1998. Effe
  3. cts of elevated and high-temperature schedules on warp in southern yellow pine. Forest Products Journal 48(2):52-56. (IF=0.3) (PDF)


  1. Wu, Q. 1997. Calibration of moisture meters for baldcypress (Taxodium Distichum). Forest Products Journal 47(10):77-78. (IF=0.3) (PDF)
  2. Wu, Q., and O. Suchsland. 1997. Effect of moisture on the flexural properties of commercial oriented strandboard. Wood and Fiber Science 29(1):47-57. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  3. Milota, M. R., and Q. Wu. 1997. Post sorting of Hem-fir: a mill study. Forest Products Journal 47(2):49-56. (IF=0.3) (PDF)


  1. Wu, Q., and O. Suchsland. 1996. Linear expansion and its relationship to moisture content change for commercial oriented strand boards. Forest Products Journal 46(11/12):79-83. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  2. Wu, Q., and O. Suchsland. 1996. Prediction of moisture content and moisture gradient of an overlaid particleboard. Wood and Fiber Science 28(2):227-239. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  3. Wu, Q., and M. R. Milota. 1996. Mechano-sorptive deformation of Douglas-fir specimens under tension during moisture adsorption. Wood Fiber Science 28(1):128-132. (IF=0.4) (PDF)


  1. Wu, Q., A. R. Oliver, and P. E. Doe. 1995. A study of the boundary layer flow through a lumber drying stack. Drying Technology 13(8&9):2011-2026.
  2. Wu, Q. 1995. Rheological behavior of Douglas-fir as related to the process of drying. Drying Technology 13(8&9):2239-2240.
  3. Wu, Q., and M. R. Milota. 1995. Rheological behavior of Douglas-fir perpendicular to the grain at elevated temperatures. Wood and Fiber Science 27(3):285-295. (IF=0.4) (PDF)
  4. Wu, Q., and M. R. Milota. 1995. Shrinkage and set in drying 4x4 Douglas-fir lumber. Forest Products Journal 45(5): 59-63. (IF=0.3) (PDF)


  1. Wu, Q., and M. R. Milota. 1994. Effect of creep and mechano-sorptive effect on the stress development during drying. Drying Technology 12(8): 2057-2085.
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