His primary areas of investigation include Ion, Chemical physics, Calcite, Computational chemistry and Crystallography. He is studying Ionic bonding, which is a component of Ion. His Chemical physics study incorporates themes from Stoichiometry, Electronic structure, Lattice and Ionic potential.
His Calcite research incorporates themes from Monolayer, Adsorption, Dissolution, Calcium carbonate and Crystal. His Computational chemistry research integrates issues from Cohesive energy, Ab initio and Lattice energy. His Crystallography study combines topics in areas such as Superexchange, Thermal stability, Biomineralization and Molecular dynamics.
John H. Harding mainly focuses on Chemical physics, Ion, Crystallography, Molecular dynamics and Condensed matter physics. His work is dedicated to discovering how Chemical physics, Electronic structure are connected with Ab initio and other disciplines. His work deals with themes such as Inorganic chemistry, Molecular physics, Oxide and Surface energy, which intersect with Ion.
The Crystallography study combines topics in areas such as Thin film, Binding energy and Calcite. While the research belongs to areas of Calcite, he spends his time largely on the problem of Monolayer, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Crystallization. His Condensed matter physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ceramic and Grain boundary.
John H. Harding mostly deals with Molecular dynamics, Crystallography, Chemical physics, Inorganic chemistry and Ion. In the field of Molecular dynamics, his study on Potential of mean force overlaps with subjects such as Ion pairing. His Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Binding energy, Transition metal, Molecular binding and Calcite.
His work in Calcite covers topics such as Monolayer which are related to areas like Crystallization, Thermodynamics and Oriented crystal. His work deals with themes such as Doping, Nucleation, Ionic bonding, Energetics and Metal, which intersect with Chemical physics. His research integrates issues of Dopant and Silanol in his study of Ion.
His main research concerns Crystallography, Oxygen, Doping, Calcite and Vacancy defect. His studies deal with areas such as Relaxation, Solid solution, Displacement, Transition metal and Position as well as Crystallography. His Oxygen research incorporates themes from Chemical physics, Nickel ions, Valence band, Non-blocking I/O and Density functional theory.
The concepts of his Chemical physics study are interwoven with issues in Crystallographic defect, Frenkel defect and Oxygen vacancy. His study in Calcite is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Composition, Nucleation, Amorphous solid, Monolayer and Crystal. His Vacancy defect study is concerned with Condensed matter physics in general.
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Graphitic nanofilms as precursors to wurtzite films: theory.
Colin L. Freeman;Frederik Claeyssens;Neil L. Allan;John H. Harding.
Physical Review Letters (2006)
Dopant ion radius and ionic conductivity in cerium dioxide
V. Butler;C.R.A. Catlow;B.E.F. Fender;J.H. Harding.
Solid State Ionics (1983)
Growth of ZnO thin films—experiment and theory
Frederik Claeyssens;Colin L. Freeman;Neil L. Allan;Ye Sun.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2005)
Computer simulation of defects in ionic solids
J H Harding.
Reports on Progress in Physics (1990)
Interface stability and the growth of optical quality perovskites on MgO.
R. A. McKee;F. J. Walker;E. D. Specht;G. E. Jellison.
Physical Review Letters (1994)
The calculation of defect parameters in UO2
R. A. Jackson;A. D. Murray;J. H. Harding;C. R. A. Catlow.
Philosophical Magazine (1986)
Protein sequences bound to mineral surfaces persist into deep time.
The thermodynamics of calcite nucleation at organic interfaces: Classical vs. non-classical pathways
Q. Hu;Q. Hu;M. H. Nielsen;M. H. Nielsen;C. L. Freeman;L. M. Hamm.
Faraday Discussions (2012)
Lithium Intercalation into Vanadium Pentoxide: a Theoretical Study
J. S. Braithwaite;C. R. A. Catlow;J. D. Gale;J. H. Harding.
Chemistry of Materials (1999)
Atomistic Simulation of the Dissociative Adsorption of Water on Calcite Surfaces
Sebastien Kerisit;Stephen C. Parker;John H. Harding.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2003)
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