A new paper by James A. Elliott and his Turkish collaborators Elif Ozden-Yenigun and Canan Atilgan is published in Computational Materials Science
Chirality-independent characteristic crystal length in carbon nanotube textiles measured by Raman spectroscopy
A new paper by John S. Bulmer, Thurid S. Gspann, Jon S. Barnard and James A. Elliott is published in Carbon.
High thermal conductivities of carbon nanotube films and micro-fibres and their dependence on morphology
A new paper by Thurid S. Gspann, Stefan M. Juckes, John F. Niven, Michel B. Johnson, James A. Elliott, Mary Anne White, Alan H. Windle is published in Carbon.
We show that the confinement of solvents to thin 2D layers (e.g. between carbon nanotube or graphene films) can greatly enhance the ordering of the molecules, leading to dramatic changes in their electrical properties than can affect the resistance of the carbon nanomaterials.
Mechanical properties of carbon nanotube fibres: St Venant’s principle at the limit and the role of imperfections
A new paper by Thurid S. Gspann, Nicola Montinaro, Antonio Pantano, James A. Elliott and Alan H. Windle is published in Carbon.
In collaboration with colleagues from University of York, and elsewhere, we have helped to develop techniques for analysing sequences of collagen in ancient bone which shed light on important phylogenetic relationships that were previously inaccessible using traditional DNA dating techniques.
A new paper, jointly first-authored by James Elliott, is published online in Angewandte Chemie, and selected by Editor as Hot Paper.
A new paper by J Terrones, A H Windle, and J A Elliott published in Science and Technology of Advanced Materials.
FD173: Spinning of carbon nanotube fibres using the floating catalyst high temperature route: purity issues and the critical role of sulphur
A new paper by T. Gspann, F. Smail and A. Windle was presented at the Faraday Discussions in the Royal Society of Chemistry, London.
The Department of Materials Science has selected a paper co-authored by MML's James Elliott as the research paper of the month of September.
"Electric Field-Modulated Non-Ohmic Behavior of Carbon Nanotube Fibers in Polar Liquids" - A new paper by J. Terrones, J. A. Elliott, J. J. Vilatela, and A. H. Windle.
A hybrid tabulation-scaling implementation of Thornton and Ning's plastic–adhesive particle contact theory.
A new paper on cellulose by Mudrika Khandelwal and Alan Windle was published in the International Journal of Biological Macromolecules.
A new paper by Mudrika Khandelwal and Alan Windle discusses the origin of chiral interactions between cellulose nanowhiskers.
Liquid Infiltration into Carbon Nanotube Fibers: Effect on Structure and Electrical Properties