Angus I. Kirkland mostly deals with Nanotechnology, Optics, Carbon nanotube, Crystallography and Transmission electron microscopy. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Palladium and Nanotechnology. His research in Optics intersects with topics in Image processing and Detective quantum efficiency.
His Crystallography research includes themes of High resolution electron microscopy and Nanostructure. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Atom, Crystal chemistry and Graphene. His Graphene study combines topics in areas such as Oxygen evolution and Lattice.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Optics, Transmission electron microscopy, Nanotechnology, High-resolution transmission electron microscopy and Scanning transmission electron microscopy. The concepts of his Transmission electron microscopy study are interwoven with issues in Crystallography, Zigzag and Graphene. His work deals with themes such as Condensed matter physics and Vacancy defect, which intersect with Graphene.
Nanotechnology is closely attributed to Chemical physics in his research. He has researched High-resolution transmission electron microscopy in several fields, including Molecular physics and Analytical chemistry. His Scanning transmission electron microscopy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Monolayer, Dark field microscopy and Optical sectioning.
His primary scientific interests are in Optics, Ptychography, Scanning transmission electron microscopy, Transmission electron microscopy and Monolayer. His research in the fields of Detector, Contrast transfer function and Electron microscope overlaps with other disciplines such as Atomic resolution. His studies deal with areas such as Spatial frequency, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Microscopy as well as Ptychography.
His Scanning transmission electron microscopy research integrates issues from Atom, Dark field microscopy, Dopant and Nucleation. His Transmission electron microscopy research is under the purview of Nanotechnology. His Monolayer research also works with subjects such as
Angus I. Kirkland mainly focuses on Scanning transmission electron microscopy, Monolayer, Graphene, Optics and Chemical physics. The Scanning transmission electron microscopy study combines topics in areas such as Atom, Dark field microscopy and Dopant. His work carried out in the field of Monolayer brings together such families of science as Transmission electron microscopy and Vacancy defect.
His research on Graphene concerns the broader Nanotechnology. When carried out as part of a general Optics research project, his work on Ptychography, Detector, Beam and Optical transfer function is frequently linked to work in Energy, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Chemical physics study incorporates themes from Nanoparticle, Bilayer graphene, Graphene nanoribbons and Graphene oxide paper.
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Discrete Atom Imaging of One-Dimensional Crystals Formed Within Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Rüdiger R. Meyer;Jeremy Sloan;Rafal E. Dunin-Borkowski;Angus I. Kirkland.
General synthesis and definitive structural identification of MN 4 C 4 single-atom catalysts with tunable electrocatalytic activities
Huilong Fei;Juncai Dong;Yexin Feng;Christopher S. Allen.
Nature Catalysis (2018)
Dislocation-driven deformations in graphene.
Jamie H. Warner;Elena Roxana Margine;Masaki Mukai;Alexander W. Robertson.
Spatial control of defect creation in graphene at the nanoscale
Alex W. Robertson;Christopher S. Allen;Yimin A. Wu;Kuang He.
Nature Communications (2012)
Structural studies of trigonal lamellar particles of gold and silver
A. I. Kirkland;D. A. Jefferson;D. G. Duff;Peter Philip Edwards.
Proceedings of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (1993)
Nanogold: A Quantitative Phase Map
Amanda S. Barnard;Neil P. Young;Angus I. Kirkland;Marijn A. van Huis.
ACS Nano (2009)
Integral atomic layer architectures of 1D crystals inserted into single walled carbon nanotubes
Jeremy Sloan;Angus I. Kirkland;John L. Hutchison;Malcolm L. H. Green.
Chemical Communications (2002)
Dynamics of single Fe atoms in graphene vacancies.
Alex W. Robertson;Barbara Montanari;Kuang He;Judy Kim.
Nano Letters (2013)
Super-resolution by aperture synthesis: tilt series reconstruction in CTEM
A.I. Kirkland;W.O. Saxton;K.-L. Chau;K. Tsuno.
A new method for the determination of the wave aberration function for high resolution TEM
R.R Meyer;A.I Kirkland;W.O Saxton.
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