The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nanotechnology, Graphite, Graphene oxide paper, Graphene and Composite material. As part of his studies on Nanotechnology, Douglas H. Adamson often connects relevant areas like Lithography. His work deals with themes such as Heptane, Single layer and Graphene foam, which intersect with Graphite.
His biological study deals with issues like Graphite oxide, which deal with fields such as Knudsen diffusion. Douglas H. Adamson is interested in Exfoliation joint, which is a branch of Graphene. His work on Graphite exfoliation as part of general Exfoliation joint study is frequently connected to Arrhenius equation, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
Douglas H. Adamson focuses on Copolymer, Composite material, Polymer, Graphene and Polymer chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Copolymer brings together such families of science as Lithography, Thin film, Polyethylene, Wax and Lipid microdomain. His work in the fields of Polymer, such as Polymerization, overlaps with other areas such as Mineral particles.
His Graphene study is concerned with the larger field of Nanotechnology. His research in the fields of Nanoparticle and Nanostructure overlaps with other disciplines such as Nanolithography. Douglas H. Adamson studied Graphite and Graphene oxide paper that intersect with Graphene nanoribbons.
Douglas H. Adamson spends much of his time researching Graphene, Graphite, Polymer, Composite material and Exfoliation joint. His Graphene research entails a greater understanding of Nanotechnology. His Graphite study combines topics in areas such as Electrical conductor, Porosity and Graphene oxide paper.
His research integrates issues of Slurry and Polymer chemistry in his study of Polymer. His research investigates the connection with Composite material and areas like Phase which intersect with concerns in Adsorption and Filtration. His studies in Exfoliation joint integrate themes in fields like Electrolyte, Iodide and Thermal.
His primary areas of investigation include Graphene, Graphite, Nanotechnology, Composite material and Polymerization. His Graphene study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Oxide. Douglas H. Adamson combines subjects such as Emulsion, Exfoliation joint and Graphene oxide paper with his study of Graphite.
In the field of Nanotechnology, his study on Characterization and Polymeric nanoparticles overlaps with subjects such as Computer science, Research areas and Pentacene. His research in the fields of Electrical conductor and Thermal treatment overlaps with other disciplines such as Conductivity. Douglas H. Adamson has researched Polymerization in several fields, including Membrane and Polymer chemistry.
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Functionalized Single Graphene Sheets Derived from Splitting Graphite Oxide
Hannes C. Schniepp;Je-Luen Li;Michael J. Mcallister;Hiroaki Sai.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2006)
Single Sheet Functionalized Graphene by Oxidation and Thermal Expansion of Graphite
Michael J McAllister;Je-Luen Li;Douglas H Adamson;Hannes C Schniepp.
Chemistry of Materials (2007)
Functionalized graphene sheets for polymer nanocomposites
T. Ramanathan;A. A. Abdala;A. A. Abdala;S. Stankovich;D. A. Dikin.
Nature Nanotechnology (2008)
Block copolymer lithography: Periodic arrays of ~1011 holes in 1 square centimeter
Miri Park;Christopher Harrison;Paul M. Chaikin;Richard Alan Register.
Methods of graphite exfoliation
Minzhen Cai;Daniel Thorpe;Douglas H. Adamson;Hannes C. Schniepp.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2012)
Mechanisms of ordering in striped patterns
Christopher Harrison;Douglas H. Adamson;Zhengdong Cheng;John M. Sebastian.
Macroscopic Orientation of Block Copolymer Cylinders in Single‐Layer Films by Shearing
Dan E. Angelescu;Judith H. Waller;Douglas H. Adamson;Paru Deshpande.
Advanced Materials (2004)
Dense arrays of ordered GaAs nanostructures by selective area growth on substrates patterned by block copolymer lithography
R. R. Li;P. D. Dapkus;M. E. Thompson;W. G. Jeong.
Applied Physics Letters (2000)
Method of nanoscale patterning and products made thereby
Christopher Harrison;Miri Park;Richard Register;Douglas Adamson.
Large area dense nanoscale patterning of arbitrary surfaces
Miri Park;Miri Park;P. M. Chaikin;Richard Alan Register;Douglas H. Adamson.
Applied Physics Letters (2001)
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