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1.     Mechanical and Rheological Properties of Polyethylene Reinforced with Asbestos Fibers.
C.D. Papaspyrides, Diploma Thesis, National Technical University of Athens, 1975, pp. 79.

2.     Unsaturated Polyester Resin Technology: Possible Improvement in Hydrolysis Resistance.
C.D. Papaspyrides, M.Sc. Thesis (by Research), Loughborough University of Technology, Institute of Polymer Technology, 1976, pp. 143.

3.     Contribution of Carboxyl End-Groups to the Hydrolytic Instability of Crosslinked Polyesters.
C.D. Papaspyrides, A.W. Birley, Polymer, 1978, 19, 1474-1476.

4.     Solid State Polyamidation of Dodecamethylenediammonium Adipate.
C.D. Papaspyrides, Doctoral Thesis, National Technical University of Athens, 1982, pp.551+xxi.

5.     The Influence of Structural Features on the Chemical Resistance of Unsaturated Polyester  Resins.
C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Macromolecular Sci.- Rev. Macromol. Chem. Phys., 1984, C24, 325-333.

6.     Solid State Polyamidation of Nylon Salts: A Contribution to the Reaction Mechanism.
C.D. Papaspyrides, Privatdozent Thesis, National Technical University of Athens, 1984, 184.

7.     Quantitative Determination of Arsenic in Nylon 12,6 Salts and Related Polymers by X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry.
C.D. Papaspyrides, C. Fticos, Microchimica Acta(Wien), 1984, 203-210.

8.     Solid State Polyamidation of Dodecamethylenediammonium Adipate.
C.D. Papaspyrides, E.M. Kampouris, Polymer, 1984, 25, 791-796.

9.     The Influence of Fiber Pretreatment on Mechanical Properties of Nylon 6,6-Composites. I. Coating Processes of Asbestos Fibers with a Thin Film of Nylon 6,6.
C.D. Papaspyrides and A.G. Andreopoulos, Materials Science Monographs, 1984, 21, 415-422.

 

Also in "Interrelations between Processing, Structure and Properties of Polymeric Materials",
J.C. Seferis, P.S. Theocaris (Eds.), Elsevier, 1984, 415-422.

 

10.   The Influence of Swelling on Shrinkage of Oriented Polymer Films.
D.C. Diakoulaki, C.D. Papaspyrides, Materials Science Monographs, 1984, 21, 703-712.

 

Also in "Interrelations between Processing, Structure and Properties of Polymeric Materials",
J.C. Seferis, P.S. Theocaris (Eds.), Elsevier, 1984, 703-712.

 

11.   Solid State Polyamidation of Nylon Salts: Possible Mechanism for the Transition Solid-Melt.
E.M. Kampouris, C.D. Papaspyrides, Polymer, 1985, 26, 413-417.

12.   Some Aspects of Plasticizer Migration from Poly (Vinyl Chloride) Sheets.
C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Appl. Polymer Sci., 1986, 32, 6025-6032.

13.   Flexible Poly(Vinyl Chloride) Sheets: 1. Interrelations between Ultra-Violet Irradiation and Plasticizer Migration into Alcohols.
C.D. Papaspyrides, Polymer, 1986, 27, 1967-1970.

14.   Solvent Recycling of Rigid Poly (Vinyl Chloride) Bottles.
E.M. Kampouris, D.C. Diakoulaki, C. D. Papaspyrides, J. Vinyl Tech., 1986, 8, 79-82.

15.   Recovery of Reusable Poly (Vinyl Chloride) from Plastics Waste.
C.D. Papaspyrides, D.C. Diakoulaki, J. Vinyl Tech., 1986, 8, 83-85.

16.   Influence of Acid Catalysts on the Solid State Polyamidation of Dodecamethylenediammonium Adipate.
C.D. Papaspyrides, E.M. Kampouris, Polymer, 1986, 27, 1433-1436.

17.   Influence of Metal Catalysts on Solid State Polyamidation of Nylon Salts.
C.D. Papaspyrides, E.M. Kampouris, Polymer, 1986, 27, 1437-1440.

18.   The Influence of Fiber Pretreatment on the Mechanical Properties of Nylon 6,6-Asbestos Composites. II. Interfacial Coating of Asbestos Fibers with a Thin Film of Nylon 6,6.
E.M. Kampouris, C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Appl. Polymer Sci., 1987, 33, 205-213.

19.   The Influence of Fiber Pretreatment on the Mechanical Properties of Epoxy-Asbestos Composites.
G.C. Papanicolaou, C.D. Papaspyrides, at. Chem. Phys., 1987, 17, 453-460.

 

Also in "Engineering Applications of New Composites",
S.A. Paipetis, G.C. Papanicolaou (Eds.), Omega Scientific, UK, 1988, 518-524.

 

20.   Transition Properties of Pretreated Asbestos-Filled Epoxy Composites.
C.D. Papaspyrides, T. Duvis, G.C. Papanicolaou, Mat. Chem. Phys., 1987, 17, 531-540.

 

Also in "Engineering Applications of New Composites",
S.A. Paipetis, G.C. Papanicolaou (Eds.), Omega Scientific, UK, 1988, 300-306.

 

21.   Solid State Polyamidation of Hexamethylenediammonium Adipate in the Presence of Acid Catalysts. I. Preparation of the Catalyst Containing Monomer.
C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Polymer Sci.: Part C, 1987, 25, 363-367.

22.   A Model Recovery Process for Scrap Polystyrene Foam by means of Solvent Systems.
E.M. Kampouris, C.D. Papaspyrides, C.N. Lekakou, Conservation & Recycling, 1987, 10, 315-319.

23.   Dielectric Properties of Metal-filled Epoxy Resins.
G.M. Tsangaris, C.D. Papaspyrides, in “Engineering Applications of New Composites”, S.A. Paipetis, G.C. Papanicolaou (Eds.), Omega Scientific, UK, 1988, pp. 253-259.

24.   Electron Spin Resonance Approach on Hydroquinone-Melanin Possible Interaction.
C.D. Papaspyrides, S.A. Protopapas, Int. J. Biol. Macromol., 1988, 10, 62-63.

25.   A Qualitative Model for the Mechanical Behavior of Pretreated Asbestos-Epoxy Composites.
C.D. Papaspyrides, G.C. Papanicolaou, J. Appl. Polymer Sci., 1988, 36, 309-320.

26.   Effect of Fiber Pretreatment on Thermal Characteristics of Asbestos-Nylon-Epoxy Composites.
G.C. Papanicolaou, C.D. Papaspyrides, Composites Sci. Tech., 1988, 31, 261-272.

27.   A Model Process for the Solvent Recycling of Polystyrene.
E.M. Kampouris, C.D. Papaspyrides, C.N. Lekakou, Polym. Eng. Sci., 1988, 28, 534-537.

28.   Solid State Polyamidation of Nylon Salts.
C.D. Papaspyrides, Polymer, 1988, 29, 114-117.

29.   The Influence of Water on Polyamide Structure.
C.D. Papaspyrides, Chimica Chronika-New Series, 1988, 17, 221-238.

30.   Plasticizer Transfer from Plasticized Poly(Vinyl Chloride) Sheets to Petroleum Oils.
C.D. Papaspyrides, T. Duvis, J. Appl. Polymer Sci., 1989, 38, 1573-1581.

31.   Plasticized Poly (Vinyl Chloride)/Dioctyl Phthalate/Petroleum Oils: Plasticizer Migration vs. Liquid Penetration.
C. Papaspyrides, J. Appl. Polymer Sci., 1989, 38, 1859-1868.

32.   Solid State Polyamidation of Aliphatic Diamine-Aliphatic Diacid Salts: A Generalized Mechanism for the Effect of Polycondensation Water on Reaction Behavior.
C.D. Papaspyrides, Polymer, 1990, 31, 490-495.

33.   Solid State Polyamidation of Unsaturated Nylon Salts: The Role of Polycondensation Water.
C.D. Papaspyrides, Polymer, 1990, 31, 496-500.

34.   Loss of Plasticizers from Polymer Films to Liquid Environments: Counterdiffusion Aspects versus Immersion Temperature and u.v.-Induced Surface Crosslinking.
C.D. Papaspyrides, T. Duvis, Polymer, 1990, 31, 1085-1091.

35.   Epoxy-Pretreated Asbestos Composites: Solution Based versus Interfacial Polymerization Pretreatment Process.
C.D. Papaspyrides, T. Duvis, J. Appl. Polymer Sci., 1990, 41, 361-372.

36.   Simulations and Evaluation of Polymorphism in the Solid State of a Rigid Rod Aramid.
G.C. Rutledge, C.D. Papaspyrides, U.W. Suter, in "Liquid-Crystalline Polymers", R.W. Weiss, C. Ober (Eds.), ACS Symposium Series, 1990, 435, 279-292.

37.   Plasticized PVC Films/Petroleum Oils: The Effect of Ultra-Violet Irradiation on Plasticizer Migration.
T. Duvis, G. Karles, C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Appl. Polymer Sci., 1991, 42, 191-198.

38.   Asbestos Replacement Aspects: The Effect of Asbestos Pretreatment on the Tensile Properties of Epoxy-Kevlar-Asbestos Hybrid Composites.
T. Duvis, C.D. Papaspyrides, A.G. Andreopoulos, J. Adhesion Sci. Tech., 1991, 5, 191-199.

39.   Surface Treated Polyethylene Fibers as Reinforcement for Acrylic Resins.
A.G. Andreopoulos, C.D. Papaspyrides, T. Tsilibounidis, Biomaterials, 1991, 12, 83-87.

40.   Prior Sample History vs. Plasticizer Migration Phenomena in Flexible Poly (Vinyl Chloride) Sheets.
C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Vinyl Tech., 1991, 13, 74-79.

41.   Analysis of Structure and Polymorphism in Poly (p-phenylene terephthalamide) through Correlation of Simulation and Experiment.
G.C. Rutledge, U.W. Suter, C.D. Papaspyrides, Macromolecules, 1991, 24, 1934-1943.

42.   Interfacial Coating of Carbon Fibers versus Mechanical Properties of Carbon Reinforced Epoxy Composites.
T. Skourlis, T. Duvis, C.D. Papaspyrides. In S.A. Paipetis, T.P. Phillippidis Editors. Advanced Composites in Emerging Technologies, 1991, pp. 433-439.

43.   Asbestos Replacement Aspects: Modification of the Fibre-Matrix Interphase in Ionomer Based Composites.
C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Poulakis, Polymer International, 1992, 27, 139-145.

44.   Transport Phenomena into and out of Plasticized PVC Sheets: The Influence of Sample History.
C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Appl. Polymer Sci., 1992, 44, 1145-1152.

45.   Solid State Polyamidation Processes.
C.D. Papaspyrides, Polymer International, 1992, 29, 293-298.

46.   The Effect of Fiber Coating on the Tensile Properties of Ionomer Based Composites.
C.D. Papaspyrides, J.G. Poulakis, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 1992, 3, 367-372.

47.   The Role of a Polyamide Interphase on Carbon Fibres Reinforcing an Epoxy Matrix.
T. Skourlis, T. Duvis, C.D. Papaspyrides, Composites Sci. Technol., 1993, 48, 119-125.

48.   Polyamide Coating on Carbon Fibres and Potential Application on Carbon/Kevlar/Epoxy Hybrid Composites.
T. Skourlis, T. Duvis, C.D. Papaspyrides, Composites Sci. Technol., 1993, 48, 127-133.

49.   Solid State Polyamidation of Hexamethylenediammonium Adipate. II. The Influence of Acid Catalysts.
P.V. Katsikopoulos, C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Polymer Sci.: Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 1994, 32, 451-456.

50.   On the Simulation and Evaluation of the Flow of Non-Newtonian Polymer Solutions.
T.A. Savvas, N.C. Markatos, C.D. Papaspyrides, Appl. Mathemat. Modelling, 1994, 18, 14-22.

51.   Recovery of Poly (Methyl Methacrylate) by the Dissolution/Reprecipitation Process.
S. Gouli, C.D. Papaspyrides, J.G. Poulakis, Advances in Polymer Technology, 1994, 13, 207-211.

52.   Solvent Recycling of Poly (Methyl Methacrylate) Decorative Sheets.
S. Gouli, J.G. Poulakis, C.D. Papaspyrides, Advances in Polymer Technology, 1994, 13,  213-218.

53.   Carbon-Epoxy Composites Based on Fibers Coated with Nylon 6,6: Hygrothermal Ageing versus Interlaminar Shear Strength.
T. Duvis, C.D. Papaspyrides, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 1994, 5, 444-450.

54.   A Model Recycling Process for Low Density Polyethylene.
C.D. Papaspyrides, J.G. Poulakis, P.C. Varelides, Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 1994, 12, 177-184.

55.   Migration of Plasticizers to Solid Environments: The Case of Plasticized PVC/Di-Octyl-Phthalate/ Rigid PVC.
V. Papakonstantinou, C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Vinyl Tech., 1994, 16, 192-196.

56.   Characterization of Coatings of Poly (hexamethylene adipamide) Deposited on Carbon Fibers by Interfacial Polymerization Techniques.
P. C. Varelidis, T.P. Skourlis, J.V. Bletsos, R.L. McCullough and C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Appl. Polymer Sci., 1995, 55, 1101-1110.

57.   Recycling of Glass Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Composites. I. Ionomer and Low Density Polyethylene Based Composites.
C.D. Papaspyrides, J.G. Poulakis, C.D. Arvanitopoulos, Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 1995, 14, 91-101.

58.   A Technique for Coating Aramid Fibers by Recycling of Aramid Based Thermoplastic Composites.
J.G. Poulakis, C.D. Arvanitopoulos, C.D. Papaspyrides, Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials, 1995, 8, 410-419.

59.   The Dissolution/Reprecipitation Technique Applied on HDPE: I. Model Recycling Experiments.
J. Poulakis, C.D. Papaspyrides, Advances in Polymer Technology, 1995, 14(3), 237-242.

60.   The Dissolution/Reprecipitation Route for the Recycling of LDPE: The Effect of Polymer Concentration and Sample History.
J.G. Poulakis, C.D. Papaspyrides, Polymer Recycling, 1995, 1(2), 125-131.

61.   Migration of Plasticizers to Solid Environments: The Case of Plasticized PVC/Di-Octyl-Phthalate / Rigid PVC.
C.D. Papaspyrides, V. Papakonstantinou, J. Polymer Engineering, 1995/96, 15, 153-159.

62.   Recycling, Plastics.
C. D. Papaspyrides, J. G. Poulakis. In J.C. Salamone, editor. The Polymeric Materials Encyclopedia.  CRC Press, Inc., 1996, pp. 7403-7419.

63.   Solid State Polyamidation.
C. D. Papaspyrides. In J.C. Salamone, editor. The Polymeric Materials Encyclopedia.  CRC Press, Inc., 1996, pp. 7819-7831

64.   Processing of Composites of Chopped PE Fibre-Reinforced PE Matrix.
T. Stern, A. Teishev, G. Marom, P.C. Varelidis, C.D. Papaspyrides, Advanced Composites Letters, 1996, 5(4), 103-106.

65.   Glass Fabric Vinyl-Ester Composites: Tailoring the Fiber Bundle/Matrix Interphase with Nylon Coatings to Modify Energy Absorption Behavior.
R.W. Rydin, P.C. Varelidis, C.D. Papaspyrides, V.M. Karbhari, Journal of Composite Materials, 1997, 31(2), 182-209.

66.   Recycling of Polypropylene by the Dissolution/Reprecipitation Technique: I. A Model Study.
J.G. Poulakis, C.D. Papaspyrides, Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 1997, 20, 31-41.

67.   Recycling of Polypropylene Based Composites.
J.G. Poulakis, P.C. Varelidis, C.D. Papaspyrides, Advances in Polymer Technology, 1997, 16(4), 313-322.

68.   The Effect of Temperature on the Single-Fiber Fragmentation Test of Coated Carbon Fibers.
P.C. Varelidis, R.L. McCullough, C.D. Papaspyrides, Composites Sci. Technol., 1998, 58, 1487-1496.

69.   Polyamide Coated Glass Fabric in Polyester Resin: Interlaminar Shear Strength versus Moisture Absorption Studies.
P.C. Varelidis, N.P. Kominos, C.D. Papaspyrides, Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 1998, 29A, 1489-1499.

70.   Comparison of Isopropanol and Isooctane as Food Simulants in Plasticizer Migration Tests.
C.D. Papaspyrides, S.G. Tingas, Food Additives and Contaminants, 1998, 15(6), 681-689.

71.   Characterisation of LDPE Residual Matrix Deposited on Glass Fibres by a Dissolution / Reprecipitation Recycling Process.
N.E. Zafeiropoulos, P.C. Varelidis, C.D. Papaspyrides, T. Stern, G. Marom, Composites Part A, 1999, 30, 831-838.

72.   Mechanical Recycling of Post-Used HDPE Crates Using the Restabilization Technique. Part 1: Influence of Reprocessing.
C.N. Kartalis, C.D. Papaspyrides, R. Pfaendner, K. Hoffmann, H. Herbst, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 1999, 75, 1775-1785.

73.   Effect of Polyamide Coatings on the Mechanical Properties of Carbon/Epoxy.
P.C. Varelidis, R.L. McCullough, C.D. Papaspyrides, Composites Science and Technology, 1999, 59, 1813-1823.

74.   Oxidation induction time method based on thermogravimetry for monitoring the restabilization process of post-use LDPE.
S.A. Kyriakou, M. Statheropoulos, G.K. Parissakis, C.D. Papaspyrides, C.N. Kartalis, Polymer Degradation and Stability, 1999, 66, 49-53.

75.   A Model Process for the Recycling of a Surlyn(R) Ionomer.
C.D Papaspyrides, J.G. Poulakis, Advances in Polymer Technology, 2000, 19(3), 203-209.

76.   A Model Study for the Recovery of Polyamides Using the Dissolution / Reprecipitation Technique.
C.D. Papaspyrides, C.N. Kartalis, Polym. Eng. Sci., 2000, 40(4), 979-984.

77.   Polyamide Coated Kevlar(R) Fabric in Epoxy Resin: Mechanical Properties and Moisture Absorption Studies.
P.C. Varelidis, D.G. Papakostopoulos, C.I. Pandazis, C.D. Papaspyrides, Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 2000, 31, 549-558.

78.   Mechanical Recycling of Post-Used HDPE Crates Using the Restabilization Technique. Part 2: Influence of Artificial Weathering.
C.D. Papaspyrides, C.N. Kartalis, R. Pfaendner, K. Hoffmann, H. Herbst, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2000, 77, 1118-1127.

79.   Recycling of Post-Used PE Packaging Film Using the Restabilization Technique.
C.N. Kartalis, C.D. Papaspyrides and R. Phaendner, Polymer Degradation and Stability, 2001, 70, 189-197.

80.   Effect of Thermal Annealing on Plasticizer Migration in the Case of a PVC/DOP System.
C.D Papaspyrides, S.G. Tingas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2001, 79, 1780-1786.

81.   Dissolution/Reprecipitation – A Model Process for PET Bottles Recycling.
J.G. Poulakis, C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2001, 81, 91-95.

82.   Recycled and Restabilized HDPE Bottle Crates: Retention of Critical Properties after Heat Aging.
C.N. Kartalis, C.D. Papaspyrides, R. Phaendner, K. Hoffmann, H. Herbst. Polym. Eng.Sci., 2001, 41(5), 771-781.

83.   Modeling the Role of Stabilizing Additives During Melt Recycling of High Density Polyethene.
C.N. Kartalis, C.D. Papaspyrides, R.Phaendner, C.J. Tsenoglou, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2001, 80, 2207-2217.

84.   Mechanical Recycling of Polypropylene Garden Chairs Via Restabilization.
C.D.Papaspyrides, C.N.Kartalis, R. Pfaendner, Polymer Recycling, 2001, 6(1), 1-10.

85.   Slightly Compatible Polymer Mixtures. Phase Composition, Diffusion, Difussional and Interfacial Properties.
C.J.Tsenoglou, C.D.Papaspyrides, Polymer, 2001, 42, 8069-8074.

86.   Pure Component Recovery from Polyamide 6/6 6 Mixtures By Selective Dissolution and Reprecipitation.
C.N. Kartalis, J.G. Poulakis, C.J. Tsenoglou, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2002, 86(8), 1924-1930.

87.   Restabilization of Recycled, CaCO3–Filled Polyprorylene: Assessment of Reprocessing Induced Modifications and Processing Stabilizer Effectiveness.
C.J. Tsenoglou, C.N. Kartalis, C.D. Papaspyrides, R. Pfaendner, Advances in Polymer Technology, 2002, 21(4), 260-267.

88.   Recycling of the Fibrous Fraction of Reinforced Thermoset Composites.
C.E. Kouparitsas, C.N. Kartalis, P.C. Varelidis, C.J. Tsenoglou, C.D. Papaspyrides, Polymer Composites, 2002, 23(4), 682-689.

89.   Closed Loop Recycling of Post-Used Garden Chairs Based on PP Using the Restabilization Technique. I. Evaluation of processing parameters.
C.N. Kartalis, C.D. Papaspyrides, R. Pfaendner, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2002, 86(10), 2472-2485.

90.   A New Process for the Production of Dry Hexamethylenediammonium Adipate.
S.N. Vouyiouka, I.V. Bletsos, C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2003, 88(5), 1252-1257.

91.   Closed Loop Recycling of Bottle Crates Using the Restabilization Technique.
C.N. Kartalis, C.D. Papaspyrides, R. Pfaendner, K. Hoffmann, H. Herbst, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2003, 88(2), 124-136.

92.   Closed Loop Recycling of Post-Used PP-filled Garden Chairs Using the Restabilization Technique. Part 2: Material Performance during Accelerated Heat Aging.
C.N. Kartalis, C.D. Papaspyrides, R. Pfaendner, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2003, 88(14), 3033-3044.

93.   Closed Loop Recycling of Post-Used PP-filled Garden Chairs Using the Restabilization Technique. Part 3: Influence of Artificial Weathering.
C.N. Kartalis, C.D. Papaspyrides, R. Pfaendner, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2003, 89(5), 1311-1318.

94.   The Effect of Hygrothermal History on Water Sorption and Interlaminar Shear Strength of Glass / Polyester Composites with Different Interfacial Strength.
S. Pavlidou, C. D. Papaspyrides, Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 2003, 34, 1117-1124.

95.   Mechanical Properties of Glass Fabric/Polyester Composites: The Effect of Silicone Coatings on the Fabrics.
S. Pavlidou, S. Mai, T. Zorbas, C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2004, 91, 1300-1308.

96.   Preparation of Polyhexamethyleneadipamide Prepolymer by a Low Temperature Process.
C. D. Papaspyrides, S. N. Vouyiouka, I. V. Bletsos, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2004, 92(1), 301-306

97.   Solid State Polymerization.
S. Vouyiouka, E. Karakatsani, C.Papaspyrides, Progress in Polymer Science, 2005, 30, 10-37

98.   Polyamide Solid State Polymerization: Evaluation of Pertinent Kinetics Models.
S. N. Vouyiouka, C. D. Papaspyrides, J. Weber, D. Marks, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2005, 97, 671-681

99.   A New Experimental Procedure for Incorporation of Model Contaminants in Polymer Hosts.
C. D. Papaspyrides, Y. Voultzatis, S. Pavlidou, C. Tsenoglou, P. Dole, A. Feigenbaum, P. Paseiro, S. Pastorelli, C. de la Cruz Garcia, T. Hankemeier, S. Aucejo, Progress in Rubber, Plastics and Recycling Technology, 2005, 21(4), 243-260.

100. Functional Barriers: Properties and Evaluation.
A. Feigenbaum, P. Dole, S. Aucejo, D. Dainelli, C. de la Cruz Garcia, T. Hankemeier, Y. N’Gono, C.D. Papaspyrides, P. Paseiro, S. Pastorelli, S. Pavlidou, P.Y. Pennarun, P. Saillard, L. Vidal, O. Vitrac, Y. Voultzatis, Food Additives and Contaminants, 2005, 22(10), 956-967.

101. Woven Glass Fabric/Polyester Composites: The Effect of Interface Tailoring on Water Absorption.
S. Pavlidou, K. Krassa, C. D. Papaspyrides, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2005, 98(2), 843-851.

102. Typical Diffusion Behaviour in Packaging Polymers: Application to Functional Barriers.
P. Dole, A. Feigenbaum, C. de la Cruz Garcia, S. Pastorelli, Y. Voultzatis, S. Aucejo, P. Saillard, C.D. Papaspyrides, Food Additives and Contaminants, 2006, 23(2), 202-211.

103. New Aspects on the Mechanism of the Solid State Polyamidation of PA 6,6 Salt.
C.D. Papaspyrides, S.N. Vouyiouka, I.V. Bletsos, Polymer, 2006, 47, 1020-1027.

104. Evaluation of Interfacial Relaxation due to Water Absorption in Fiber-Polymer Composites.
C.J. Tsenoglou, S. Pavlidou, C.D. Papaspyrides, Composites Science and Technology, 2006, 66(15), 2855-2864.

105. Catalyzed Solid State Polyamidation.
S.N. Vouyiouka, C.D. Papaspyrides and R. Phaendner, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2006, 291, 1503-1512.

106. Preparation and Solid State Polyamidation of Hexamethylenediammonium Adipate: The Effect of Sodium 5-Sulfoisophthalic Acid.
S.N. Vouyiouka, G. Koumantarakis, C.D. Papaspyrides, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2007, 104, 1609-1619.

107. The Reactive Extrusion Route for Closed-Loop Recycling of Poly(ethylene terephthalate)
P. Kiliaris, C.D. Papaspyrides, R. Pfaendner, J.Appl. Polym. Sci., 2007, 104, 1671-1678.

108. Diffusion of Model Contaminants in High Density Polyethylene.
Y. Voultzatis, C. D. Papaspyrides, C. J. Tsenoglou, K. Rousis, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2007, 292, 272-284.

109. Solid state post-polymerization of  PA 6,6: The effect of sodium 5-sulfoisophthalic acid.
S. Vouyiouka, C. D. Papaspyrides, J. Weber, D. Marks. Polymer, 2007, 48, 4982-4989.

110. Polyamide 6 Filled with Melamine Cyanurate and Layered Silicates: Evaluation of Flame Retardancy and Physical Properties.
P. Kiliaris, C.D. Papaspyrides, R. Pfaendner, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2008, 293, 740-751.

111.  A Review on Polymer Layered Silicate Nanocomposites.
S. Pavlidou, C. D. Papaspyrides, Progress in Polymer Science, 2008, 33, 1119-1198.

 

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112. Post-Polymerization in the Solid State of Modified Nylon 66 Prepolymers.
S. N. Vouyiouka, C. D. Papaspyrides, Chemical Fibers International, 2008, 4, 226-228.

113. Influence of Accelerated Aging on Clay Reinforced Polyamide 6.
P. Kiliaris, C.D. Papaspyrides, R. Pfaendner, Polymer Degradation and Stability, 2009, 94, 389-396.

114. Development of Advanced Textile Materials: Natural fibre Composites, Anti-microbial and Flame Retardant Fabrics.
C. D. Papaspyrides, S. Pavlidou, S. Vouyiouka, Special Issue on Ceramics and Polymer Matrix Composites,  Journal of Materials: Design and Applications (Part L of the Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers), 2009, 223, 91-102 (invited).

115. Flame Retardants in Polyamide 6/Clay nanocomposites: An Overview.
P. Kiliaris, C.D. Papaspyrides, Advanced Research in Polymer Science, 2009, 113(4), 2109 – 2116.

116. Fundamentals of solid state polymerization.
C.D. Papaspyrides, S. N. Vouyiouka. In: C.D. Papaspyrides, S. N. Vouyiouka, editors. Solid state polymerization. Chapter 1. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2009, pp. 1-37.

117. Kinetic aspects of polyamides solid state polymerization.
C.D. Papaspyrides, S. N. Vouyiouka. In: C.D. Papaspyrides, S. N. Vouyiouka, editors. Solid state polymerization. Chapter 4. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2009, pp. 123-157.

118. Polymer/Layered Silicate Nanocomposites: An Overview of Flame Retardancy.
P. Kiliaris, C.D. Papaspyrides, Progress in Polymer Science, 2010, 35, 902-958.

 

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119. Potential in-situ preparation of aliphatic polyamide based nanocomposites: the organoclay-polyamide salt interaction.
A. C. Boussia, Ch. C. Damianou, S. N. Vouyiouka, C. D. Papaspyrides, J.Appl. Polym. Sci., 2010 116(6), 3291-3302.

120. Long Aliphatic-Segment Polyamides: Salt Formation and Subsequent Anhydrous Polymerization.
A. C. Boussia, S. N. Vouyiouka, A. D. Porfiris, C. D. Papaspyrides, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2010, 295, 812-821.

121. The Effect of Migrant Size on Diffusion in Dry and Hydrated Polyamide 6.
N.B. Hatzigrigoriou, C.D. Papaspyrides, C. Joly, P.Dole, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2010, 58(15), 8667-867.

122. Nanotechnology and Food Contact Materials.
C.D. Papaspyrides,  AIP Conference Proceedings, 2010, 1255, 234-236 (invited).

123. Solid State Polymerization of Poly(ethylene terephthalate): The Effect of Water Vapor in the Carrier Gas.
V. Filgueiras, S.N. Vouyiouka, C.D. Papaspyrides, E.L. Lima, J.C. Pinto, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2011, 296, 113-121.

124. Diffusion Studies through Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching in Hydrated Polyamides.
N.B. Hatzigrigoriou, C.D. Papaspyrides, C. Joly, J. Pinte, P. Dole, Polymer Engineering and Science, 2011, 51 (3), 532-541.

125. Nanocatalysis in polyamide 6.6 solid state polymerization.
A.C. Boussia, M. O. Konstantakopoulou, S. N. Vouyiouka, C. D. Papaspyrides, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering , 2011, 296 (2), 168-177.

126. Polyamide nanocomposites by in-situ polymerization.
C. D. Papaspyrides, A. C. Boussia, S. N. Vouyiouka. In: V. Mittal, editor. In-situ synthesis of polymer nanocomposites. Weinheim: Wiley VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA. Chapter 2, 2011, pp.27-51(invited).

127. Assessing the Variable Molecular Architecture of Poly (ethylene terephthalate) under Modification, by Melt and Dilute Solution Rheology.
Ch. J. Tsenoglou, P. Kiliaris, C.D. Papaspyrides, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2011, 296(7), 630-636

128. Polyamide 6 Compositions with Melamine Polyphosphate and Layered Silicates: Evaluation of Flame Retardancy and Physical Properties.
P. Kiliaris, C.D. Papaspyrides and R. Pfaendner, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2011, 296(7), 617-629.

129. Nanotechnology on Plastic Food Contact Materials.
N.B. Hatzigrigoriou, C.D. Papaspyrides, J.Appl. Polym. Sci., 2011, 122(6), 3720 – 3739.

130. Scientific Opinion on the criteria to be used for safety evaluation of a mechanical recycling process to produce recycled PET intended to be used for manufacture of materials and articles in contact with food.
Laurence Castle, Vincent Dudler, R. Franz, Nathalie Gontard, Eugenia Lampi, Maria Rosaria Milana, Cristina Nérin, Constantine Papaspyrides, Karla Pfaff, and EFSA’s staff members Eric Barthelemy and Dimitrios Spyropoulos, EFSA Panel on food contact materials, enzymes, flavourings and processing aids (CEF). EFSA Journal, 2011, 9(7), 2184 [25 pp.] doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2011.2184

131. Study on the properties of polyamide 6 blended with melamine polyphosphate and layered silicates.
P. Kiliaris, C.D. Papaspyrides, R. Xalter, R. Pfaendner, J.Appl. Polym. Sci., 2012 97(7), 1215 - 1222.

132. Applying the Traditional Solution-Melt Polymerization for the In-Situ Intercalation of Polyamide 6.6-Clay Nanocomposites.
A. C. Boussia, S. N. Vouyiouka, C. D. Papaspyrides, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2012,  297(1), 68-74.

133. Morphological changes of poly(ethylene terephthalate-co-isophthalate) during solid state polymerization.
S.N. Vouyiouka, V. Filgueiras, C. D. Papaspyrides, J. Pinto, E. J. Lima, J.Appl. Polym. Sci., 2012, 124(6), 4457-4465.

134. Temperature-humidity superposition in diffusion phenomena through polyamidic materials.
N. B. Hatzigrigoriou, S. N. Vouyiouka , C. D. Papaspyrides, J.Appl. Polym. Sci., 2012, 125(4), 2814-2823.

135. Catalytic performance and nanoclay effects on post solid state polyamidation: the case of polyamide 6.6 nanocomposites.
C. Boussia, M. O. Konstantakopoulou, S. N. Vouyiouka, C. D. Papaspyrides, J.Appl. Polym. Sci., 2012, 125(1), E320-E326.

136. Solid state polymerization.           
S. N. Vouyiouka, C. D. Papaspyrides. In: Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology. 4th edition. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012, pp.1-32 (invited).

137. Mechanistic aspects of solid state polycondensation.
S. N. Vouyiouka, C. D. Papaspyrides. In: Matyjaszewski K, Moeller M, editors. Comprehensive Polymer Science: Vol.4, Ring-opening polymerization and special polymerization processes, Elsevier, 2012, pp. 857-874.

138. A green route for the preparation of aliphatic polyesters via lipase-catalyzed prepolymerization and low-temperature post polymerization.
S. Vouyiouka, E. Topakas, A. Katsini, C. D. Papaspyrides, P. Christakopoulos, Macromolecular Materials & Engineering,  2013, 298(6), 679-689

139. Solid state polymerization of poly (lactic acid): some fundamental parameters.
S. N. Vouyiouka, P. Theodoulou, A. Symeonidou, C. D. Papaspyrides, R. Pfaendner, Polymer Degradation Stability, 2013, 98(12), 2473-2481 (invited).

140. Production of biodegradable polyesters via enzymatic polymerization and solid state finishing.
M. Kanelli, A. Douka, S. Vouyiouka, C. D. Papaspyrides, V. Topakas, L.-M. Papaspyridi, P. Christakopoulos, J.Appl. Polym. Sci., 2014, 131(19).

141. Polymers on Fire.
P. Kiliaris, C.D. Papaspyrides. In C.D. Papaspyrides, P. Kiliaris, editors. Polymer Green Flame Retardants.  Chapter 1. Elsevier, 2014, pp. 1 – 43.

142. Encapsulation of the natural antioxidant auresusidin in biodegradable PLA nanoparticles.
M. Roussaki, A. Gaitanarou, S. Vouyiouka, C.D. Papaspyrides, P. Kefalas, A. Detsi,  Polymer Degradation Stability, 2014, 108, 182-187.

143. Modelling of polyamide 66 solid state polymerization: Drawing a chemical reaction scheme.
V. Filgueiras, S. Vouyiouka, M. Konstantakopoulou, A. Boussia, C. D. Papaspyrides, E-L Lima,  Jose-Carlos Pinto, Macromolecular Reaction Engineering, 2015, 9(2), 65-89.

144. Investigating alternative routes for semi-aromatic polyamide salt preparation: The case of tetramethylenediammonium terephthalate (4T salt).
A. Porfyris, S. Vouyiouka, C. Papaspyrides, R. Rulkens, E. Grolman and G. Vanden Poel, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 133, 42987. doi: 10.1002/app.42987.

145. Solid state polymerization in a micro-reactor; The case of poly(tetramethylene terephthalamide)
A. Porfyris, S. Vouyiouka, C. Papaspyrides, R. Rulkens, E. Grolman and G. Vanden Poel, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 133, 43271. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/app.43271.

146. Intelligent Monitoring of Solid State Polymerization via Molecular Rotors: The Case of Poly(butylene succinate).
F. Jbilou, I.-N. Georgousopoulou, S. Marinkovic, S. Vouyiouka, C.D. Papaspyrides, B. Estrine, P. Dole, Am. Cottaz, C. Joly, Eur. Polym. J., 2016, 78, pp. 61-71. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.eurpolymj.2016.03.005.

147. Critical review on challenge tests to demonstrate decontamination of Polyolefins intended for food contact applications.
St. Palkopoulou, C. Joly, Al. Feigenbaum, C.D. Papaspyrides, P. Dole, Trends Food Sci. Tech., 2016, 49, pp. 110-120. doi: 10.1016/j.tifs.2015.12.003.

148. Thermo-mechanical degradation and stabilization of poly(butylene succinate)
I.-N. Georgousopoulou, S. Vouyiouka, P. Dole, C.D. Papaspyrides, Poly. Deg. Stab., 2016, 128, pp. 182-192. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.polymdegradstab.2016.03.012.

149. The Effect of Diamine Length on the Direct Solid State Polycondensation of Semi-Aromatic Nylon Salts
C.D. Papaspyrides, A.D. Porfyris, R. Rulkens, E. Grolman, A.J. Kolkman, J. Polym. Sci. Part A: Polym. Chem., 2016 doi: 10.1002/pola.28126.

150. Feasibility of Solid-State Postpolymerization on Fossil- and Bio-Based Poly(butylene succinate) Including Polymer Upcycling Routes
C.D. Papaspyrides, S. Vouyiouka, I.-N. Georgousopoulou, S. Marinkovic, B. Estrine, C. Joly, P. Dole, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2016, 55, pp. 5832-5842. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.iecr.6b00588

151. Encapsulation of Olive Leaves Extracts in Biodegradable PLA nanoparticles for Use in Cosmetic Formulation
M. Kesente, E. Kavetsou, M. Roussaki, S. Blidi, S. Loupassaki, S. Chanioti, P. Siamandoura, C. Stamatogianni, E. Phillipou, C. Papaspyrides, S Vouyiouka, A. Detsi, J. Bioengineering, 2017, 4, 75. doi:10.3390/bioengineering4030075.

152. Encapsulation of Antifouling Organic Biocides in Poly(Lactic Acid) Nanoparticles
A. Kamtsikakis, E. Kavetsou, A. Detsi, E. Pavlatou, A. Karantonis, A. Karana, C. Papaspyrides, E. Kiosidou, S Vouyiouka, Bioengineering, 2017, 4, 81. doi:10.3390/bioengineering4040081.

153. Direct Solid State Polycondensation of Tetra- and Hexa-Methylenediammonium Terephthalate: Scaling up from the TGA Micro-Reactor to a Laboratory Autoclave
A.D. Porfyris, C.D. Papaspyrides, R. Rulkens, E. Grolman, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2017. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/app.45080.

154. A review on enzymatic polymerization to produce polycondensation polymers: The case of aliphatic polyesters, polyamides and polyesteramides.
A Douka, S Vouyiouka, L-M Papaspyridi, CD Papaspyrides, Prog. Polym. Sci., 2017, submitted.

155. Qualitative and Semi-quantitative Screening of Contaminants in Post-consumer Packaging Waste: The Case of Monolayer Hollow Containers Made of Polypropylene and Polyethylene.
C. Joly, St. Palkopoulou, C. Guinot, C.D. Papaspyrides, P. Dole, Waste Manage., 2017, submitted.