2008年-Materials Studio 参考文献

时间:2014-01-07

GULP

1. Liqiu Tang et al., A zeolite family with chiral and achiral structures built from the same building layer, Nature Materials 7 (2008) 381–385 ( abstract )
2. D. J. Wilson, A. A. Sokol, S. A. French, and C. R. A. Catlow, Defect structures in the silver halides, Physical Review B 77 (2008) 064115 ( abstract )
3. Bao-Ling Huang and Massoud Kaviany, Ab initio and molecular dynamics predictions for electron and phonon transport in bismuth telluride, Physical Review B 77 (2008) 125209 ( abstract )
4. Tao Sun, Philip B. Allen, David G. Stahnke, Steven D. Jacobsen, and Christopher C. Homes, Infrared properties of ferropericlase Mg1–xFexO: Experiment and theory, Physical Review B 77 (2008) 134303 ( abstract )
5. A. Lindsay, E. P. O'Reilly, A. D. Andreev, and T. Ashley, Theory of conduction band structure of InNxSb1−x and GaNxSb1−x dilute nitride alloys, Physical Review B 77 (2008) 165205 ( abstract )
6. Gregory R. Lumpkin et al., Experimental and atomistic modeling study of ion irradiation damage in thin crystals of the TiO2 polymorphs, Physical Review B 77 (2008) 214201 ( abstract )
7. Pavel B. Sorokin et al., Density functional study of 110-oriented thin silicon nanowires, Physical Review B 77 (2008) 235417 ( abstract )
8. A. Carre, J. Horbach, S. Ispas and W. Kob, New fitting scheme to obtain effective potential from Car-Parrinello molecular-dynamics simulations: Application to silica, Europhysics Letters 82 (2008) 17001 ( abstract )
9. Lijuan Li et al., The electronic structure of a single-walled aluminosilicate nanotube, Nanotechnology 19 (2008) 175702 ( abstract )
10. M. Bassoli et al., Defect chemistry and dielectric properties of Yb3+:CaTiO3 perovskite, Journal of Applied Physics 103 (2008) 014104 ( abstract )
11. P. Ruterana, M. Abouzaid, A. Bere and J. Chen, Formation of a low energy grain boundary in ZnO: The structural unit concept in hexagonal symmetry materials, Journal of Applied Physics 103 (2008) 033501 ( abstract )
12. Elena Bichoutskaia and Nicholas C. Pyper, A theoretical study of the cohesion of noble gases on graphite, The Journal of Chemical Physics 128 (2008) 024709 ( abstract )
13. T. P. M. Goumans, C. Richard A. Catlow, and Wendy A. Brown, Hydrogenation of CO on a silica surface: An embedded cluster approach, The Journal of Chemical Physics 128 (2008) 134709 ( abstract )
14. Lijuan Li et al., Theoretical Insight into Faceted ZnS Nanowires and Nanotubes from Interatomic Potential and First-Principles Calculations, J. Phys. Chem. C 112 (2008) 3509–3514 ( abstract )
15. Robert W. Dorner et al., Heteroatom-Substituted Microporous AFI and ATS Structured Materials for Hydrocarbon Trap: An Insight into the Aluminophosphate Framework-Toluene Interaction, J. Phys. Chem. C 112 (2008) 4187–4194 ( abstract )
16. Matthew Watkins, Thomas Trevethan, Maria L. Sushko, and Alexander L. Shluger, Designing Molecular Architecture to Control Diffusion and Adsorption on Insulating Surfaces, J. Phys. Chem. C 112 (2008) 4226–4231 ( abstract )
 
CASTEP NMR
1. David L. Bryce, Elijah B. Bultz, Alkaline Earth Chloride Hydrates: Chlorine Quadrupolar and Chemical Shift Tensors by Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy and Plane Wave Pseudopotential Calculations, Chemistry - A European Journal 13 (2007) 4786–4796 ( abstract )
2. Bettina V. Lotsch et al.,Unmasking Melon by a Complementary Approach Employing Electron Diffraction, Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy, and Theoretical Calculations - Structural Characterization of a Carbon Nitride Polymer, Chemistry - A European Journal 13 (2007) 4969–4980 ( abstract )
3. Chris J. Pickard, Elodie Salager, Guido Pintacuda, Benedicte Elena and Lyndon Emsley, Resolving Structures from Powders by NMR Crystallography Using Combined Proton Spin Diffusion and Plane Wave DFT Calculations,
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129 (2007) 8932–8933 ( abstract )
4. Alan Wong, Gary Thurgood, Ray Dupree and Mark E. Smith, A first-principles computational 17O NMR investigation of metal ion-oxygen interactions in carboxylate oxygens of alkali oxalates, Chemical Physics 337 (2007) 144–1502 ( abstract )
5. Sharon E. Ashbrook et al., 17O and 29Si NMR Parameters of MgSiO3 Phases from High-Resolution Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy and First-Principles Calculations, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129 (2007) 13213–13224 ( abstract )
6. Robin K. Harris, Paul Hodgkinson, Chris J. Pickard, Jonathan R. Yates and Vadim Zorin, Chemical shift computations on a crystallographic basis: some reflections and comments, Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry 46 (2007) S174–S186 ( abstract )
7. Lionel Truflandier, Michael Paris, and Florent Boucher, Density functional theory investigation of 3d transition metal NMR shielding tensors in diamagnetic systems using the gauge-including projector augmented-wave method,  Physical Review B 76 (2007) 035102 ( abstract )
8. Helen Chappell, Melinda Duer, Nicholas Groom, Chris Pickard and Paul Bristowe, Probing the surface structure of hydroxyapatite using NMR spectroscopy and first principles calculations, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 10 (2008) 600–606 ( abstract )
9. Robin K. Harris et al., Characterization of Polymorphs and Solvates of Terbutaline Sulfate, Cryst. Growth Des. 8 (2008) 80–90 ( abstract )
10. J. J. Harrison, C. Y. Chan, A. Onopchenko, A. R. Pradhan and M. Petersen, Neutral zinc(II) O,O-di-alkyldithiophosphates - variable temperature 31P NMR and quantum chemical study of the ZDDP monomer-dimer equilibrium, Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry 46 (2008) 115–124 ( abstract )
11. M. Jochum, U. Werner-Zwanziger, and J. W. Zwanziger, Observable effects of mechanical stress induced by sample spinning in solid state nuclear magnetic resonance, Journal of Chemical Physics 128 (2008) 052304 ( abstract )
12. Anne-Christine Uldry et al., Quantifying Weak Hydrogen Bonding in Uracil and 4-Cyano-4'-ethynylbiphenyl: A Combined Computational and Experimental Investigation of NMR Chemical Shifts in the Solid State, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 130 (2008) 945–954 ( abstract )
13. Sabyasachi Sen and Jean Tangeman, Evidence for anomalously large degree of polymerization in Mg2SiO4 glass and melt, American Mineralogist 93 (2008) 946–949 ( abstract )
14. Eva Zurek, Chris J. Pickard, and Jochen Autschbach, Determining the Diameter of Functionalized Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes with 13C NMR: A Theoretical Study, J. Phys. Chem. C 112 (2008) 9267–9271 ( abstract )
15. Luis Mafra et al., Characterization of Layered γ-Titanium Phosphate (C2H5NH3)[Ti(H1.5PO4)(PO4)]2.H2O Intercalate: A Combined NMR, Synchrotron XRD, and DFT Calculations Study, Chemistry of Materials 20 (2008) 3944–3953 ( abstract )
16. David L. Bryce, Elijah B. Bultz, and Dominic Aebi, Calcium-43 Chemical Shift Tensors as Probes of Calcium Binding Environments. Insight into the Structure of the Vaterite CaCO3 Polymorph by 43Ca Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 130 (2008) 9282–9292 ( abstract )
 
ONETEP
1. Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Peter D Haynes, Arash A Mostofi and Mike C Payne, Recent progress in linear-scaling density functional calculations with plane waves and pseudopotentials: the ONETEP code,J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 20 (2008) 0642092 ( abstract )
2. Chris-Kriton Skylaris and Peter D. Haynes, Achieving plane wave accuracy in linear-scaling density functional theory applied to periodic systems: A case study on crystalline silicon, J. Chem. Phys. 127 (2007) 164712 ( abstract )
3. Arash A. Mostofi, Peter D. Haynes, Chris-Kriton Skylaris and Mike C. Payne, ONETEP: linear-scaling density-functional theory with plane-waves, Molecular Simulation 33 (2007) 551–555 ( abstract )
4. Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Peter D. Haynes, Arash A. Mostofi, and Mike C. Payne, Implementation of linear-scaling plane wave density functional theory on parallel computers, Phys. Stat. Sol. B 243 (2006) 973–988 ( abstract )
5. Lucy Heady, Marivi Fernandez-Serra, Ricardo L. Mancera, Sian Joyce, Ashok R. Venkitaraman, Emilio Artacho, Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Lucio Colombi Ciacchi and Mike C. Payne, Novel Structural Features of CDK Inhibition Revealed by an ab Initio Computational Method Combined with Dynamic Simulations, J. Med. Chem. 49 (2006) 5141–5153 ( abstract )
6. Peter D. Haynes, Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Arash A. Mostofi and Mike C. Payne, ONETEP: linear-scaling density-functional theory with local orbitals and plane waves, Phys. Stat. Sol. B 243 (2006) 2489–2499 ( abstract )
7. Peter D. Haynes, Arash A. Mostofi, Chris-Kriton Skylaris and Mike C. Payne,ONETEP: linear-scaling density-functional theory with plane-waves,J. Phys.: Conference Series 26 (2006) 143–148 ( abstract )
8. Peter D. Haynes, Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Arash A. Mostofi and Mike C. Payne, Elimination of basis set superposition error in linear-scaling density-functional calculations with local orbitals optimised in situ, Chem. Phys. Lett. 422 (2006) 345–349 ( abstract )
9. Peter D. Haynes, Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Arash A. Mostofi and Mike C. Payne, ONETEP: linear-scaling density-functional theory with plane waves, Psi-k Newsletter 72 (2005) 78–91
10. Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Peter D. Haynes, Arash A. Mostofi and Mike C. Payne, Using ONETEP for accurate and efficient O(N) density functional calculations, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 17 (2005) 5757–5769 ( abstract )
11. Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Peter D. Haynes, Arash A. Mostofi, and Mike C. Payne, Introducing ONETEP: Linear-scaling density functional simulations on parallel computers, J. Chem. Phys. 122 (2005) 084119 ( abstract )
12. Arash A. Mostofi, Peter D. Haynes, Chris-Kriton Skylaris, and Mike C. Payne, Preconditioned iterative minimization for linear-scaling electronic structure calculations, J. Chem. Phys. 119 (2003) 8842–8848 ( abstract )
13. Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Oswaldo Dieguez, Peter D. Haynes, and Mike C. Payne, Comparison of variational real-space representations of the kinetic energy operator, Phys. Rev. B 66 (2002) 073103 ( abstract )
14. Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Arash A. Mostofi, Peter D. Haynes, Oswaldo Dieguez, and Mike C. Payne, Nonorthogonal generalized Wannier function pseudopotential plane-wave method, Phys. Rev. B 66 (2002) 035119 ( abstract )
15. Arash A. Mostofi, Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Peter D. Haynes, Mike C. Payne, Total-energy calculations on a real space grid with localized functions and a plane-wave basis, Computer Physics Communications 147 (2002) 788–802 ( abstract )
16. Peter D. Haynes, David R. Bowler and Emilio Artacho, Report on the CECAM/ESF STRUC Psi-k Wokshop on "Local Orbitals and Linear-scaling ab initio calculations", Psi-k Newsletter 48 (2001) 36–66
 
VAMP
1. Matthias O. Schmitt, Siegfried Schneider, Mark L. Nelson,Novel Insight into the Protonation.Deprotonation Equilibria of Tetracycline and Several Derivatives in Aqueous Solution. II. Analysis of the pH-Dependent Fluorescence Spectra by the SVD Technique,Zeitschrift fur Physikalische Chemie 221 (2007) 235-271 ( abstract )
2. Ismail Salama et al.,Structure-Selectivity Investigations of D2-Like Receptor Ligands by CoMFA and CoMSIA Guiding the Discovery of D3 Selective PET Radioligands, J. Med. Chem. 50 (2007) 489-500 ( abstract )
3. Anselm H. C. Horn and Timothy Clark,Multipole electrostatic potential derived atomic charges in NDDO-methods with spd-basis sets,Journal of Molecular Modeling 13 (2007) 381-392 ( abstract )
4. Cheolbeom Bae, Gwanghoon Kwag and Malcolm E. Kenney,Synthesis and characterization of near-infrared absorption tin octabutoxy naphthalocyanines,Polyhedron 26 (2007) 2810–2816 ( abstract )
5. Bingshe Xu, Yuying Hao, Xiaohong Fang, Hua Wang, and Xuguang Liu,Optical and electrical properties of [N,N-bis(salicylidene)-ethylenediamine]zinc as an electroluminescent material,Applied Physics Letters 90 (2007) 053903 ( abstract )
6. Stephen F. Nelsen, Asgeir E. Konradsson, and Yoshio Teki,Charge-Localized Naphthalene-Bridged Bis-hydrazine Radical Cations,J. Am. Chem. Soc. 128 (2006) 2902-2910 ( abstract )
7. Frank R. Beierlein, Olaf G. Othersen, Harald Lanig, Siegfried Schneider, and Timothy Clark, Simulating FRET from Tryptophan: Is the Rotamer Model Correct?,J. Am. Chem. Soc. 128 (2006) 5142-5152 ( abstract )
8. Andreas H. Goller, Matthias Hennemann, Jorg Keldenich, and Timothy Clark,In Silico Prediction of Buffer Solubility Based on Quantum-Mechanical and HQSAR- and Topology-Based Descriptors,J. Chem. Inf. Model. 46 (2006) 648-658 ( abstract )
9. Karin Schlotter, Frank Boeckler, Harald Hubner and Peter Gmeiner,Fancy Bioisosteres: Novel Paracyclophane Derivatives As Super-Affinity Dopamine D3 Receptor Antagonists,J. Med. Chem. 49 (2006) 3628-3635 ( abstract )
10. Ismail Salama et al.,CoMFA and CoMSIA investigations of dopamine D3 receptor ligands leading to the prediction, synthesis, and evaluation of rigidized FAUC 365 analogues,Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 14 (2006) 5898-5912 ( abstract )
11. Olaf G. Othersen, Harald Lanig and Timothy Clark,The structure of 5a,6-anhydrotetracycline and its Mg2+ complexes in aqueous solution,Journal of Molecular Modeling 12 (2006) 953-963 ( abstract )
12. Michael Galle, Ralph Puchta, Nico J. R. van Eikema Hommes, Rudi van Eldik,Rational Design of Cation Hosts - Prediction of Cation Selectivity by Quantum Chemical Calculations,Zeitschrift fur Physikalische Chemie 220 (2006) 511-523 ( abstract )
13. Harald Lanig et al.,Molecular Dynamics Simulations of the Tetracycline-repressor Protein: The Mechanism of Induction,Journal of Molecular Biology 359 (2006) 1125-1136 ( abstract )
14. Klaus B. Stark et al.,Effect of Stacking and Redox State on Optical Absorption Spectra of Melanins- Comparison of Theoretical and Experimental Results,J. Phys. Chem. B 109 (2005) 1970-1977 ( abstract )
15. Kathrin Meindl and Timothy Clark,Conformations and Tautomers of 5a,6-Anhydrotetracycline,J. Phys. Chem. B 109 (2005) 4279-4284 ( abstract )
16. Jr-Hung Lin and Timothy Clark,An Analytical, Variable Resolution, Complete Description of Static Molecules and Their Intermolecular Binding Properties,J. Chem. Inf. Model. 45 (2005) 1010-1016 ( abstract )
 
Mophology
1. Computer prediction of crystal morphology, Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science 7 (2003) 21–26
2. Synthesis and characterisation of as-synthesised Mu-26, a zeolitic material with the STF framework topology, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 105 (2007) 89–100
 
ForcitePlus
1. Nanowedge island formation on Mo(110), Surface Science 601 (2007) 3169–3178
 
DMol3
1. Hyo-Shin Ahn, Seung-Cheol Lee, Seungwu Han, Kwang-Ryeol Lee, and Doh-Yeon Kim,
Ab initio study of the effect of nitrogen on carbon nanotube growth, Nanotechnology 17 (2006) 909–912 (abstract)
2. Li Ma, Jijun Zhao, Jianguang Wang, Baolin Wang, and Guanghou Wang, Lowest-energy endohedral fullerene structures of SiN (30 ≤ N ≤ 39) clusters by density functional calculations, Physical Review A 73 (2006) 063203 (abstract)
3. Xiaojun Wu, Jinlong Yang, J. G. Hou, Qingshi Zhu, Defects-enhanced dissociation of H2 on boron nitride nanotubes, Journal of Chemical Physics 124 (2006) 054706 (abstract)
4. Haitao Liu, Shanying Wang, Gang Zhou, Jian Wu, and Wenhui Duan, Structural, electronic, and magnetic properties of manganese-doped Zn12O12 clusters: A first-principles study, Journal of Chemical Physics 124 (2006) 174705 (abstract)
5. Xiaojun Wu, J. L. Yang, and X. C. Zeng, Adsorption of hydrogen molecules on the platinum-doped boron nitride nanotubes, Journal of Chemical Physics 125 (2006) 044704 (abstract)
6. Xiaojun Wu and X. C. Zeng, Adsorption of transition-metal atoms on boron nitride nanotube: A density-functional study, Journal of Chemical Physics 125 (2006) 044711 (abstract)
7. Chenchen Wang et al., Chemical Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes by Carboxyl Groups on Stone-Wales Defects: A Density Functional Theory Study, J. Phys. Chem. B 110 (2006) 10266–10271 (abstract)
8. Zhen Zhou et al., Comparative Study of Hydrogen Adsorption on Carbon and BN Nanotubes, J. Phys. Chem. B 110 (2006) 13363–13369 (abstract)
9. Jan Andzelm, Niranjan Govind and Amitesh Maiti, Nanotube-based gas sensors – Role of structural defects, Chemical Physics Letters 421 (2006) 58–62 (abstract)
10. Laurence Lacroix-Orio, Monique Tillard, and Claude Belin, Synthesis, crystal and electronic structure of Li8Zn2Ge3, a compound displaying an open layered anionic network, Solid State Sciences 8 (2006) 208–215 (abstract)
11. Ingrid T. Sabbagh and Perry T. Kaye, A computational study of Grubbs-type catalysts: Structure and application in the degenerate metathesis of ethylene, Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM 763 (2006) 37–42 (abstract)
12. Chaoyang Zhang, Investigations of correlation between nitro group charges and C-nitro bond strength, and amino group effects on C-nitro bonds in planar conjugated molecules, Chemical Physics 324 (2006) 547–555 (abstract)
13. M. Jordaan, P. van Helden, C.G.C.E. van Sittert and H.C.M. Vosloo, Experimental and DFT investigation of the 1-octene metathesis reaction mechanism with the Grubbs 1 precatalyst, Journal of Molecular Catalysis A 254 (2006) 145–154 (abstract)
14. B. Delley, The conductor-like screening model for polymers and surfaces, Molecular Simulation 32 (2006) 117–123 (abstract)
15. Ian Dance, The Correlation of Redox Potential, HOMO Energy, and Oxidation State in Metal Sulfide Clusters and Its Application to Determine the Redox Level of the FeMo-co Active-Site Cluster of Nitrogenase, Inorganic Chemistry 45 (2006) 5084–5091 (abstract)
16. Jun Ren et al., Density functional theory study into the adsorption of CO2, H and CHx (x = 0–3) as well as C2H2 on α-Mo2C(0 0 0 1), Surface Science 600 (2006) 2329–2337 (abstract)
 
CASTEP
1. M. Blanco-Rey, J. Abad, C. Rogero, J. Mendez, M. F. Lopez, J. A. Martin-Gago, and P. L. de Andres, Structure of Rutile TiO2 (110)-(1×2): Formation of Ti2O3 Quasi-1D Metallic Chains, Physical Review Letters 96 (2006) 055502 (abstract)
2. S. von Alfthan, P. D. Haynes, K. Kaski, and A. P. Sutton, Are the Structures of Twist Grain Boundaries in Silicon Ordered at 0 K?, Physical Review Letters 96 (2006) 055505 (abstract)
3. Robin Carter et al., Correlation of Structural and Electronic Properties in a New Low-Dimensional Form of Mercury Telluride, Physical Review Letters 96 (2006) 215501 (abstract)
4. Chris J. Pickard and R. J. Needs, High-Pressure Phases of Silane, Physical Review Letters 97 (2006) 045504 (abstract)
5. Bo Li, Angelos Michaelides, and Matthias Scheffler, "Textbook" Adsorption at "Nontextbook" Adsorption Sites: Halogen Atoms on Alkali Halide Surfaces, Physical Review Letters 97 (2006) 046802 (abstract)
6. S. M. Aouadi, P. Basnyat, Y. Zhang, Q. Ge, P. Filip, Grain boundary sliding mechanisms in ZrN-Ag, ZrN-Au, and ZrN-Pd nanocomposite films, Applied Physics Letters 88 (2006) 021902 (abstract)
7. N. T. S. Lee, V. B. C. Tan, and K. M. Lim, First-principles calculations of structural and mechanical properties of Cu6Sn5, Applied Physics Letters 88 (2006) 031913 (abstract)
8. Y. P. Zhang, K. S. Yong, H. S. O. Chan, G. Q. Xu, X. S. Wang, Formation of copper clusters on a thiophene mediated Si(111)-(7×7) surface via molecular anchors, Applied Physics Letters 88 (2006) 123106 (abstract)
9. S. J. Wang et al., Effect of nitrogen incorporation on the electronic structure and thermal stability of HfO2 gate dielectric, Applied Physics Letters 88 (2006) 192103 (abstract)
10. Zhenghao Gan et al., Effect of electron beam treatment on adhesion of Ta/polymeric low-k interface, Applied Physics Letters 88 (2006) 233510 (abstract)
11. Li Ma, Jijun Zhao, Jianguang Wang, Baolin Wang, and Guanghou Wang, Lowest-energy endohedral fullerene structures of SiN (30 ≤ N ≤ 39) clusters by density functional calculations, Physical Review A 73 (2006) 063203 (abstract)
12. N. D. Drummond and R. J. Needs, Quantum Monte Carlo, density functional theory, and pair potential studies of solid neon, Physical Review B 73 (2006) 024107 (abstract)
13. A. T. Anghel, D. J. Wales, S. J. Jenkins, and D. A. King, Pathways for dissociative methane chemisorption on Pt{110}-(1x2)  Physical Review B 71, 113410 (2005) (abstract)
14. S. Hofmann, G. Csa´nyi, A. C. Ferrari, M. C. Payne, and J. Robertson, Surface Diffusion: The Low Activation Energy Path for Nanotube Growth, Physical Review Letters 95, 036101 (2005) (abstract)
15. Ping Liu, José A. Rodriguez, Takeshi Asakura, João Gomes, and Kenichi Nakamura, Desulfurization Reactions on Ni2P(001) and α-Mo2C(001) Surfaces: Complex Role of P and C Sites, J. Phys. Chem. B 109 (2005) 4575–4583 (abstract)
16. Zhi-Pan Liu, Stephen J. Jenkins, and David A. King, Origin and Activity of Oxidized Gold in Water-Gas-Shift Catalysis, Physical Review Letters 94 (2005) 196102 (abstract)
 
DPD
1. 1.Q.H. Zeng, A.B. Yu,_, G.Q. Lu, Prog. Polym. Sci. 33 (2008) 191–269
2. Ce´sar Soto-Figueroa, Luis Vicente, Jose´-Manuel Martı´nez-Magada´n, Marı´a-del-Rosario Rodrı´guez-Hidalgo, Polymer 48 (2007) 3902-3911
 
MesoDyn
1. Xiuqing Zhang, Shiling Yuan, and Jian Wu, Mesoscopic Simulation on Phase Behavior of Ternary Copolymeric Solution in the Absence and Presence of Shear, Macromolecules 2006, 39, 6631-6642
 
Synthia
1. F.S. Moolmana, M. Meunierb, P.W. Labuschagne, P.-A. Truter, Polymer 46 (2005) 6192–6200
2. Paolo Cosoli, Giulio Scocchi, Sabrina Pricl, Maurizio Fermeglia, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 107 (2008) 169–179
3. Maurizio Fermeglia, Sabrina Pricl, Progress in Organic Coatings 58 (2007) 187–199