As of 2014, all newly submitted Graduate Center dissertations and theses appear in Academic Works shortly after graduation. Some works are immediately available to read and download, and some become available after an embargo period set by the author. Dissertations and theses from before 2014 are generally accessible only to the CUNY community, but some authors have chosen to make theirs open access.

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Dissertations from 2014

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Fabrication and Assembly of Patchy Particles with Uniform Patches, Zhenping He

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Development and Applications of Mass Spectrometric Methods for Phosphorylation Analysis, Hsin-Pin Ho

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Synthesis, Fabrication and Characterization of Magnetic and Dielectric Nanoparticles and Nanocomposite Films, Xiaohua Liu

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Development of Mesoporous Silicas, Responsive Polymer Microgels, and Related Nanocomposites, Yingyu Li

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Design of Well-Defined Mesoporous Silicas via Surfactant Templating Method Enhanced by the Use of Swelling Agents, Tiffany Man

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Oxocarbenium Ion and Alkene Metathesis Strategies for the Synthesis of Complex Cyclohexanes, Clayton Errol Mattis

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Metal Nanoparticles Immobilized on Basic Supports as Catalysts for Hydrogenation and Dehydrogenation Reactions of Relevance to Cleaner Fossil Fuels and Alternative Sources of Energy, Reena Rahi

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Magnetic Janus Particles and Their Applications, Bin Ren

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Intelligent Nano/Microgels for Cell Scaffold and Drug Delivery System, Jing Shen

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Quantum Crystallography of Hydronium Cations, Sonjae Sycoria Wallace

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Organic pi-stacking Semiconducting Material: Design, Synthesis and the Analysis of Structure and Properties, Bin Wang

Dissertations from 2013

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Energy of the Quasi-free Electron in Repulsive Atomic and Molecular Fluids, Yevgeniy Lushtak

Dissertations from 1984

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Totally Empirical Wavefunctions from X-Ray Diffraction Data, Martin Jeffry Goldberg