His scientific interests lie mostly in Density functional theory, Adsorption, Tribology, Physical chemistry and Chemical physics. José R. B. Gomes combines subjects such as Crystallography, Surface, Metal-organic framework, Atomic physics and Propane with his study of Density functional theory. His Adsorption research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inorganic chemistry, Thermodynamics, Metal, Copper and Computational chemistry.
His study in Computational chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Transition metal and Supercritical fluid, Supercritical carbon dioxide. His Tribology research incorporates themes from Alloy and Scanning electron microscope. His Dissociation study in the realm of Physical chemistry connects with subjects such as Surface structure.
José R. B. Gomes spends much of his time researching Adsorption, Density functional theory, Physical chemistry, Composite material and Tribology. His Adsorption research integrates issues from Inorganic chemistry, Catalysis, Transition metal, Molecule and Metal. His Density functional theory study improves the overall literature in Computational chemistry.
The Physical chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Oxygen and Vaporization. In general Composite material, his work in Titanium alloy, Peek, Composite number and Scanning electron microscope is often linked to Reciprocating motion linking many areas of study. His Tribology research incorporates elements of Silicon nitride, Chemical vapor deposition and Ceramic.
José R. B. Gomes spends much of his time researching Adsorption, Density functional theory, Composite material, Chemical engineering and Inorganic chemistry. The various areas that José R. B. Gomes examines in his Adsorption study include Chemical physics, Molecule, Mesoporous organosilica and Mesoporous material. His work carried out in the field of Density functional theory brings together such families of science as Dispersion, Cluster, MXenes and Physical chemistry.
His Physical chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Selectivity and Counterpoise. His Inorganic chemistry research includes themes of Micelle, Aqueous solution, Metal and Copper. His research integrates issues of Catalysis and Activation energy in his study of Metal.
His primary scientific interests are in Adsorption, Inorganic chemistry, Density functional theory, Composite material and Chemical engineering. Particularly relevant to Metal-organic framework is his body of work in Adsorption. His Metal-organic framework study contributes to a more complete understanding of Physical chemistry.
His work in Inorganic chemistry addresses issues such as Aqueous solution, which are connected to fields such as Chloride and Leaching. His Density functional theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electronic structure, Diamine, Amine gas treating and Chemisorption. His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Metal ions in aqueous solution, Catalysis, Dissociation and Trioctylphosphine oxide.
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Dry sliding and tribocorrosion behaviour of hot pressed CoCrMo biomedical alloy as compared with the cast CoCrMo and Ti6Al4V alloys
Z. Doni;Z. Doni;A. C. Alves;Fatih Toptan;J. R. Gomes.
Materials & Design (2013)
Understanding the reactivity of metallic nanoparticles: beyond the extended surface model for catalysis
Francesc Viñes;José R. B. Gomes;Francesc Illas.
Chemical Society Reviews (2014)
Tribological behaviour of Si3N4–BN ceramic materials for dry sliding applications
J.M Carrapichano;J.R Gomes;R.F Silva.
Microstructure and mechanical properties of nanocomposite (Ti,Si,Al)N coatings
S Carvalho;L Rebouta;A Cavaleiro;L.A Rocha.
Thin Solid Films (2001)
Accounting for van der Waals interactions between adsorbates and surfaces in density functional theory based calculations: selected examples
João P. Prates Ramalho;José R. B. Gomes;Francesc Illas.
RSC Advances (2013)
Effect of the exchange-correlation potential and of surface relaxation on the description of the H2O dissociation on Cu(111)
José L. C. Fajín;Francesc Illas;José R. B. Gomes.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2009)
The effect of sliding speed and temperature on the tribological behaviour of carbon–carbon composites
J.R Gomes;O.M Silva;C.M Silva;L.C Pardini.
"Recycling" classical drugs for malaria.
Cátia Teixeira;Nuno Vale;Bianca Pérez;Ana Gomes.
Chemical Reviews (2014)
Dry sliding wear of Al alloy/SiCp functionally graded composites: Influence of processing conditions
A.C. Vieira;P.D. Sequeira;J.R. Gomes;L.A. Rocha.
Theoretical study of bulk and surface oxygen and aluminum vacancies in α − Al 2 O 3
Javier Carrasco;José R. B. Gomes;Francesc Illas.
Physical Review B (2004)
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