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Publications from 2012

Kojima, T. and Elliott, J.A. "Incipient flow properties of two-component fine powder systems and their relationships with bulk density and particle contacts", Powder Tech., 228, 359-370 (2012).

Shibuta, Y. and Elliott, J.A. "Interaction between graphene and nickel(111) surfaces with commensurate and incommensurate orientational relationships", Chem. Phys. Lett., 538, 112-117 (2012).

Pugno, N.M. and Elliott, J.A. "Buckling of peapods, nanotubes and fullerenes", Physica E, 44, 944-948 (2012).

Hida, S., Shiga, T., Maruyama, S., Elliott, J.A. and Shiomi, J. "Influence of thermal boundary resistance and interfacial phonon scattering on heat conduction of carbon nanotube/polymer composites", Trans. Japan Soc. Mech. Eng. B, 787, 634-643 (2012). [in Japanese]

The hierachical structure and properties of multifunctional carbon nanotube fibre composites
R Khare, JJ Vilatela and AH Windle
Carbon, 2012, 50,3, 1227-1234

The life and death of carbon nanotubes
SW Pattinson, IA Kinloch, Kirsten Prehn and AH Windle
RSC Advances, 2012, 2, 7, 2909-2913

Carbon fibres from cellulosic precursors: A review
AG Dumanli and AH Windle
Journal of Materials Science, 2012, 47, 10, 4236-4250

Nitrogen-induced catalyst restructuring for epitaxial growth of multiwalled carbon nanotubes
SW Pattinson, V Ranganthan, HJ Murakami, KK Koziol and AH Windle
ACS Nano, 2012, 6, 9, 7723-7730

Optimal surface modification and hydrolysis of bacterial cellulose for liquid crystalline processing
M Khandelwal and AH Windle
ACS, 2012, 243

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