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  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)
  20. Li, M., Wu, Q., Song, K., Lee, S., Q Yan, Y Wu. 2016. Rheological modelling and filtration mechanisms of water based drilling muds made of polyanionic cellulose, cellulose nanocrystals, and bentonite. ACS Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. 55 (1), 133–143 (Impact factor = 2.58)
  21. Tian C, J Yi, Y Wu, Q Wu, Y Qing, L Wang. 2016. Preparation of highly charged cellulose nanofibrils using high-pressure homogenization coupled with strong acid hydrolysis pretreatments. Carbohydrate polymers 136, 485-492. (Impact factor = 4.05)
  22. Guo X, Y Qing, Y Wu, Q Wu. 2016. Molecular association of adsorbed water with lignocellulosic materials examined by micro-FTIR spectroscopy. International journal of biological macromolecules, 83:117-125. (Impact factor = 2.60)
  23. Huang R, C Mei, X Xu, S Lee, and Q Wu. 2016. Performance of core-shell structured wood plastic composites with hybrid talc-basalt fillers in the shell layer. Materials. 8:8510-8523. (Impact factor = 2.65)
  24. Jin F, Z Jiang, Q Wu. 2016. Creep Behavior of Wood Plasticized by Moisture and Temperature. BioResources 11 (1), 827-838. (Impact factor = 1.42)
  25. Sun L, Q Wu, Y Xie, K Song, S Lee, Q Wang. 2016. Thermal decomposition of fire retarded wood flour/polypropylene composites: kinetic property and degradation mechanisms. J Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry 123 (1), 309-318 (Impact Factor=2.04)


  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.
  3. Li, M., Wu, Q., Song, K., Lee, S., Jin, C., Ren, S., and Lei, T. 2015. Soy protein isolate as fluid loss additive in bentonite-water based drilling fluids. ACS J. Applied Materials and Interface, 7 (44), 24799–24809. (Impact Factor=6.75)
  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)
  7. Yue, Y, J Han, G Han, Q Zhang, A D. French, Q. Wu. Characterization of Cellulose I/II Hybrid Fibers Isolated from Energycane Bagasse during the Delignification Process: Morphology, Crystallinity and Percentage Estimation Carbohydrate Polymers, 133:438-447.
  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)
  16. Zhang, Z., Q. Wu, K. Song 2014. Poly (vinylidene fluoride)/cellulose nanocrystals composites: reinforcement, hydrophilicity and thermal properties. Cellulose, 22:2431-2441. (Impact factor = 3.00)
  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)
  16. Li, Y., Du, L., Kai, C., Huang, R., and Wu, Q. (2013). "Bamboo and high density polyethylene composite with heat-treated bamboo fiber: Thermal decomposition properties," BioResources 8(1), 900-912.
  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)
  5. Kim, B. J., F. Yao, G. Han, Q. Wang, and Q. Wu. 2012. Mechanical and Physical Properties of Core-Shell Structured Wood Plastic Composites: Effect of Shells with Hybrid Mineral and Wood Fillers. J. Composite Part B. 45:1040-1048. (Impact factor = 1.73)
  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)
  10. Zhou, C. and Q. Wu. 2012. Recent development in the application of cellulose nanocrystals for advanced polymer-based nanocomposites by novel fabrication. Nanocrystals", ISBN 979-953-307-779-5. InTech. Rijeka, Croatia. pp 103-120.
  11. Huang, R., Y. Zhang, X. Xu, D. Zhou, and Q. Wu. 2012. Effect of Hybrid Mineral and Bamboo Fillers on Thermal Expansion Behavior of Bamboo Fiber and Recyled polypopylene–polyethylene Composites. BioResources 7(4), 4563-4574. (Impact factor = 1.48)


  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)
  5. Li, Y. F., Y. X. Liu, X.M., Wang, Q. Wu, H. P. Yu, and J. Li. 2010. Wood–polymer composites Prepared by the in situ polymerization of monomers within wood. J. Applied Poly. Sci. 119(6):3207-3216 (Impact Factor=1.33) (PDF)
  6. Yao, F., and Q. Wu. 2010. Coextruded polyethylene wood flour composite: effect of shell thickness, wood loading and core quality. J. Applied Poly. Sci. 118:3594-3601. (Impact Factor=1.33) (PDF)
  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)
  12. Cao, Q., F. Yao, and Q. Wu. 2010. Effects of sample size on characterization of wood-particle length distribution. Wood and Fiber Science: 42(1):46-50. (Impact Factor=0.4)(PDF)
  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)
  8. Han, G., W. Cheng, J. Deng, C. Dai, S. Zhang, and Q. Wu. 2009. Effect of Pressurized Steam Treatment on Selected Properties of Wheat Straw. J. Industrial Crops and Products 30:48-53. (Impact Factor=1.19) (PDF)
  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)
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  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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