Editor's note on “Molecular-level insight of gas transport in composite poly(4-methyl-2-pentyne) and nanoparticles of titanium dioxide": (European Polymer Journal (2018) 102 (82–89), (S0014305717321973), (10.1016/j.eurpolymj.2018.03.022))

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Dr. Gary S. Grest contacted the journal with concerns about the publication of this paper and following investigation we are publishing this note to correct the scientific record. We have received written confirmation from the institute that no one of the name Gary Y. Grest was employed previously or currently, in either a temporary or permanent role at any of the Sandia Sites. In addition, to avoid any potential confusion we would like to clearly state that the named co-author Gary Y. Grest is not and should not be mistaken with Gary S. Grest. Dr. Gary S. Grest is a prestigious scientist with a genuine affiliation to Sandia National Laboratories and he is in no way related to or involved with any of the work described in this paper. Original text (mistake underlined): Gary Y. Grestb bSandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA 94551-0969, United States Corrected text (underlined): Gary Y. Grestb bNo known affiliation Original text (mistake underlined): Acknowledgments. We acknowledge financial support from the National Science Foundation under Grants DMR-1309892, DMR-1436201, and DMR-1121107, the National Institutes of Health under Grants P01-HL108808 and 1UH2HL123645. Corrected text (underlined): The entire acknowledgments section should be removed from the paper. The reason for removing the listed funding sources is that these grants are all either past or current grants awarded to Dr Michael Rubinstein from Duke University who was in no way related or involved with any of the work described in this paper. Neither Quan Yang nor Gary Y. Grest were named or involved in the projects funded by these grants.

Original languageEnglish
Article number109010
JournalEuropean polymer journal
Volume126
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 5 Mar 2020

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