2004 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
His primary areas of investigation include Adsorption, Mesoporous material, Thermodynamics, Capillary condensation and Density functional theory. His studies in Adsorption integrate themes in fields like Nanoporous, Mineralogy and Characterization. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hydrothermal synthesis, Microporous material, Nanotechnology and Molecular sieve in addition to Mesoporous material.
His research in Thermodynamics intersects with topics in Spinodal, Phase and Physical chemistry. His Capillary condensation research integrates issues from Condensation, Hysteresis and Analytical chemistry. His research integrates issues of Metastability, Intermolecular force, Graphite, Nanopore and Activated carbon in his study of Density functional theory.
Adsorption, Thermodynamics, Mesoporous material, Capillary condensation and Chemical physics are his primary areas of study. His Adsorption research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Porosity, Characterization, Microporous material, Nanoporous and Density functional theory. His Density functional theory study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as MCM-41 and Nanopore.
His Thermodynamics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sorption, Phase, Intermolecular force, Desorption and Mineralogy. The concepts of his Mesoporous material study are interwoven with issues in Crystallography, Nanotechnology, Molecular sieve and Argon. His work deals with themes such as Evaporation, Metastability, Hysteresis and Analytical chemistry, which intersect with Capillary condensation.
Alexander V. Neimark mainly focuses on Adsorption, Nanotechnology, Dissipative particle dynamics, Chemical physics and Mesoporous material. His studies deal with areas such as Porosity, Stress, Thermodynamics, Microporous material and Carbon as well as Adsorption. The Thermodynamics study combines topics in areas such as Freundlich equation and Phase.
As a part of the same scientific study, Alexander V. Neimark usually deals with the Microporous material, concentrating on Molecule and frequently concerns with Analytical chemistry. Angstrom is closely connected to Porous medium in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Nanotechnology. He combines subjects such as Stacking, Raman spectroscopy, Capillary condensation and Hysteresis with his study of Mesoporous material.
Alexander V. Neimark mostly deals with Adsorption, Dissipative particle dynamics, Carbon, Chemical physics and Mesoporous material. The various areas that he examines in his Adsorption study include Nanotechnology, Stress, Thermodynamics, Phase and Carbon dioxide. His research integrates issues of Pore size, Physisorption and Chemical nomenclature in his study of Nanotechnology.
His study in Thermodynamics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Freundlich equation and Density functional theory. His Carbon study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fiber, Microporous material, Nitrogen and Deformation. The concepts of his Mesoporous material study are interwoven with issues in Porosity, Porosimetry, Nanopore, Activated carbon and Capillary condensation.
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Physisorption of gases, with special reference to the evaluation of surface area and pore size distribution (IUPAC Technical Report)
Matthias Thommes;Katsumi Kaneko;Alexander V. Neimark;James P. Olivier.
Pure and Applied Chemistry (2015)
Surface Area and Porosity
Alexander V. Neimark;Kenneth S. W. Sing;Matthias Thommes.
Handbook of Heterogeneous Catalysis (2008)
Density functional theory methods for characterization of porous materials
John Landers;Gennady Yu. Gor;Alexander V. Neimark.
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects (2013)
Quenched solid density functional theory and pore size analysis of micro-mesoporous carbons
Alexander V. Neimark;Yangzheng Lin;Peter I. Ravikovitch;Matthias Thommes.
Unified Approach to Pore Size Characterization of Microporous Carbonaceous Materials from N2, Ar, and CO2 Adsorption Isotherms†
Peter I. Ravikovitch;Aleksey Vishnyakov;Ron Russo;Alexander V. Neimark.
Density Functional Theory of Adsorption in Spherical Cavities and Pore Size Characterization of Templated Nanoporous Silicas with Cubic and Three-Dimensional Hexagonal Structures
Peter I. Ravikovitch and;Alexander V. Neimark.
Characterization of Micro- and Mesoporosity in SBA-15 Materials from Adsorption Data by the NLDFT Method
Peter I. Ravikovitch;Alexander V. Neimark.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2001)
Adsorption hysteresis of nitrogen and argon in pore networks and characterization of novel micro- and mesoporous silicas
Matthias Thommes;Bernd Smarsly;Matthijs Groenewolt;Peter I. Ravikovitch.
Capillary Hysteresis in Nanopores: Theoretical and Experimental Studies of Nitrogen Adsorption on MCM-41
P.I. Ravikovitch;S.C.O. Domhnaill;A.V. Neimark;F. Schüth;F. Schüth.
Experimental Confirmation of Different Mechanisms of Evaporation from Ink-Bottle Type Pores: Equilibrium, Pore Blocking, and Cavitation
Peter I. Ravikovitch;Alexander V. Neimark.
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