John Ralston mainly investigates Contact angle, Wetting, Analytical chemistry, Bubble and Adsorption. His work carried out in the field of Contact angle brings together such families of science as Electrolyte, Quartz and Mineralogy. His Wetting study combines topics in areas such as Kinetic energy, Condensed matter physics, Optics and Electrowetting.
His research in Analytical chemistry intersects with topics in Capacitance, X-ray and Sulfide. In his research, Reaction rate constant, Fictitious force, Rushton turbine and Classical mechanics is intimately related to Particle size, which falls under the overarching field of Bubble. His work carried out in the field of Adsorption brings together such families of science as Inorganic chemistry, Zeta potential, Chemical engineering and Polymer.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Inorganic chemistry, Adsorption, Wetting, Contact angle and Chemical engineering. His Inorganic chemistry research incorporates elements of Sphalerite, Dissolution, Zeta potential and Copper. His Adsorption study deals with Polymer intersecting with Talc.
His Wetting research incorporates themes from Chemical physics, Nanotechnology and Dynamics. He interconnects Analytical chemistry, Optics, Hysteresis, Mineralogy and Particle size in the investigation of issues within Contact angle. His Chemical engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Monolayer, Chromatography, Organic chemistry and Polymer chemistry.
His primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Wetting, Chemical engineering, Analytical chemistry and Contact angle. His Nanotechnology research includes elements of Colloid, Surface modification and Bubble. He has included themes like Chemical physics, Surface finish, Contact line, Condensed matter physics and Surface charge in his Wetting study.
His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Monolayer and Organic chemistry, Adsorption, Nucleation. His studies in Analytical chemistry integrate themes in fields like Washburn's equation, Mechanics, Capillary action and Aqueous solution. The study incorporates disciplines such as Dewetting, Penetration and Hysteresis in addition to Contact angle.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Analytical chemistry, Nanotechnology, Wetting, Contact angle and Ionic liquid. John Ralston has researched Analytical chemistry in several fields, including Layer, Synchrotron, Bubble, Chemical engineering and Aqueous solution. His study in the field of Microemulsion also crosses realms of Critical micelle concentration.
His Nanotechnology study which covers Mechanics that intersects with van der Waals force. His research integrates issues of Hysteresis, Contact line, Adsorption and Surface charge in his study of Wetting. John Ralston combines subjects such as Condensed matter physics and Mineralogy with his study of Contact angle.
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Molecular layering of fluorinated ionic liquids at a charged sapphire (0001) surface.
Markus Mezger;Heiko Schröder;Harald G. Reichert;Sebastian M. Schramm.
Differential Capacitance of the Electrical Double Layer in Imidazolium-Based Ionic Liquids: Influence of Potential, Cation Size, and Temperature
Vera Lockett;and Rossen Sedev;John Ralston;Mike Horne and.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2008)
Functionalized gold nanoparticles: Synthesis, structure and colloid stability
Jingfang Zhou;John Ralston;Rossen Sedev;David A. Beattie.
joint international conference on information sciences (2009)
Very Small Bubble Formation at the Solid−Water Interface
Jingwu Yang;Jinming Duan;Daniel Fornasiero;John Ralston.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2003)
Particle–bubble collision models — a review
Zongfu Dai;Daniel Fornasiero;John Ralston.
Advances in Colloid and Interface Science (2000)
The limits of fine particle flotation
Tatu Miettinen;John Ralston;Daniel Fornasiero.
Minerals Engineering (2010)
Bubble-particle attachment and detachment in flotation
John Ralston;Daniel Fornasiero;Robert Hayes.
International Journal of Mineral Processing (1999)
Differential capacitance of the double layer at the electrode/ionic liquids interface
Vera Lockett;Mike Horne;Rossen Sedev;Theo Rodopoulos.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2010)
Surface and Capillary Forces Affecting Air Bubble−Particle Interactions in Aqueous Electrolyte
Matthew L. Fielden;and Robert A. Hayes;John Ralston.
High-resolution in situ x-ray study of the hydrophobic gap at the water-octadecyl-trichlorosilane interface
Markus Mezger;Harald Reichert;Sebastian Schöder;John Okasinski.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2006)
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