His scientific interests lie mostly in Carbon nanotube, Nanotechnology, Composite material, Chemical vapor deposition and Polymer. His work often combines Carbon nanotube and Population studies. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chemical physics, Supercapacitor, Mechanical strength and Scattering.
His research integrates issues of Carbon, Thermal treatment, Raman spectroscopy and Transmission electron microscopy in his study of Chemical vapor deposition. His Polymer research incorporates themes from Capillary action and Microelectromechanical systems. His Composite number study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nanoparticle, Optoelectronics and Elastomer.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Carbon nanotube, Nanotechnology, Composite material, Chemical vapor deposition and Chemical engineering. His work carried out in the field of Carbon nanotube brings together such families of science as Wetting, Nanocomposite, Capillary action, Catalysis and Microstructure. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nanostructure and Deformation in addition to Microstructure.
His Nanotechnology study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Polymer. As part of his studies on Composite material, A. John Hart often connects relevant areas like Anisotropy. He has included themes like Annealing and Substrate in his Chemical vapor deposition study.
A. John Hart spends much of his time researching Carbon nanotube, Composite material, Nanotechnology, Wetting and Optoelectronics. His Carbon nanotube research is included under the broader classification of Chemical engineering. His Composite material study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Discrete element method and Particle size.
His study in Self-assembly, Nanocomposite, Chemical vapor deposition, Nanoporous and Nanoparticle are all subfields of Nanotechnology. His Wetting study combines topics in areas such as Mechanics and Capillary action. His work on Refractive index as part of general Optoelectronics research is frequently linked to Nanoimprint lithography and Atmospheric pressure, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary areas of investigation include Carbon nanotube, Composite material, Nanotechnology, Microstructure and 3D printing. His Carbon nanotube research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wetting, Adhesion, Layer and Composite number, Delamination. His work on Selective laser melting, Substrate and Sphere packing as part of his general Composite material study is frequently connected to Supercooling, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
The Nanotechnology study combines topics in areas such as Self-healing hydrogels, One-Step and Stretchable electronics. A. John Hart has researched Microstructure in several fields, including Sintering, Alloy, Digital image correlation and Deformation. His 3D printing research incorporates elements of Amorphous solid, Thermoplastic, Extrusion and Softening.
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Carbon Nanotubes: Present and Future Commercial Applications
Michael F. L. De Volder;Michael F. L. De Volder;Michael F. L. De Volder;Sameh H. Tawfick;Sameh H. Tawfick;Ray H. Baughman;A. John Hart;A. John Hart.
Fabrication and multifunctional properties of a hybrid laminate with aligned carbon nanotubes grown In Situ
Enrique J. Garcia;Brian L. Wardle;A. John Hart;Namiko Yamamoto.
Composites Science and Technology (2008)
Joining prepreg composite interfaces with aligned carbon nanotubes
Enrique J. Garcia;Brian L. Wardle;A. John Hart.
Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing (2008)
Fabrication and characterization of ultrahigh-volume- fraction aligned carbon nanotube-polymer composites.
Brian L. Wardle;Diego S. Saito;Enrique J. García;A. John Hart.
Advanced Materials (2008)
Tuning of vertically-aligned carbon nanotube diameter and areal density through catalyst pre-treatment.
Gilbert D. Nessim;A. John Hart;Jin S. Kim;Donatello Acquaviva.
Nano Letters (2008)
High-conductivity polymer nanocomposites obtained by tailoring the characteristics of carbon nanotube fillers
Nadia Grossiord;Joachim Loos;Lucas van Laake;Maryse Maugey.
Advanced Functional Materials (2008)
Collective mechanism for the evolution and self-termination of vertically aligned carbon nanotube growth
Mostafa Bedewy;Eric R. Meshot;Haicheng Guo;Eric A. Verploegen.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2009)
Engineering of Micro‐ and Nanostructured Surfaces with Anisotropic Geometries and Properties
Sameh H Tawfick;Michael De Volder;Davor Copic;Sei Jin Park.
Advanced Materials (2012)
Exponential growth of LBL films with incorporated inorganic sheets.
Paul Podsiadlo;Marc Michel;Jungwoo Lee;Eric Verploegen.
Nano Letters (2008)
Nanoscale Zirconia as a Nonmetallic Catalyst for Graphitization of Carbon and Growth of Single- and Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes
Stephen A. Steiner;Theodore F. Baumann;Bernhard C. Bayer;Raoul Blume.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
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