2013 - Member of Academia Europaea
2008 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
Crystallography, Crystal structure, Powder diffraction, Molecule and Diffraction are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Crystallography study are interwoven with issues in X-ray crystallography, Hydrogen bond, Stereochemistry and Inclusion compound. He has researched Crystal structure in several fields, including Crystallization, Molecular solid, Ab initio, Analytical chemistry and Crystal.
His work carried out in the field of Powder diffraction brings together such families of science as Structure, Mineralogy, Genetic algorithm and Algorithm. The various areas that he examines in his Molecule study include Urea, Inclusion and Physical chemistry. Kenneth D. M. Harris has included themes like Characterization, Microcrystalline, Phase and Crystallite in his Diffraction study.
Kenneth D. M. Harris mainly investigates Crystallography, Molecule, Crystal structure, Powder diffraction and Diffraction. His Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of X-ray crystallography, Stereochemistry, Inclusion compound and Phase. His Molecule research includes themes of Urea, Computational chemistry, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Chemical physics.
His research investigates the connection between Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and topics such as Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance that intersect with problems in NMR spectra database. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ab initio, Molecular solid, Microcrystalline and Crystal in addition to Crystal structure. His Powder diffraction research incorporates elements of Structure, Nanotechnology and Genetic algorithm.
Kenneth D. M. Harris mostly deals with Crystallography, Crystallization, Phase, Electrode and Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance. His studies in Crystallography integrate themes in fields like X-ray crystallography and Molecule. His Crystallization study also includes
His Electrode research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Amorphous solid, Inorganic chemistry and Chemical engineering. His study on Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance also encompasses disciplines like
Kenneth D. M. Harris spends much of his time researching Crystallography, Crystal structure, Crystallization, Phase and Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance. His work deals with themes such as X-ray crystallography and Molecule, which intersect with Crystallography. His research on Crystal structure often connects related topics like Diffraction.
His study on Rietveld refinement is often connected to Experimental data as part of broader study in Diffraction. His study in Crystallization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both In situ, Analytical chemistry, Nanotechnology and NMR spectra database. His studies examine the connections between Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance and genetics, as well as such issues in Chemical physics, with regards to Characterization, Work and Polarization.
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Mechanochemistry: opportunities for new and cleaner synthesis
Stuart L. James;Christopher J. Adams;Carsten Bolm;Dario Braga.
Chemical Society Reviews (2012)
Contemporary Advances in the Use of Powder X-Ray Diffraction for Structure Determination.
Kenneth D. M. Harris;Maryjane Tremayne;Benson M. Kariuki.
Angewandte Chemie (2001)
CRYSTAL STRUCTURE DETERMINATION FROM POWDER DIFFRACTION DATA BY MONTE CARLO METHODS
Kenneth D. M. Harris;Maryjane Tremayne;Philip Lightfoot;Peter G. Bruce.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1994)
PowderSolve – a complete package for crystal structure solution from powder diffraction patterns
G. E. Engel;S. Wilke;O. König;K. D. M. Harris.
Journal of Applied Crystallography (1999)
Triptycene-based polymers of intrinsic microporosity: organic materials that can be tailored for gas adsorption
Bader Ghanem;Bader Ghanem;Mohammed Hashem;Kenneth David Maclean Harris;Kadhum Msayib.
The application of a genetic algorithm for solving crystal structures from powder diffraction data
Benson M. Kariuki;Heliodoro Serrano-González;Roy L. Johnston;Kenneth D.M. Harris.
Chemical Physics Letters (1997)
The Genetic Algorithm: Foundations and Apllications in Structure Solution from Powder Diffraction Data
Kenneth D. M. Harris;Roy L. Johnston;Benson M. Kariuki.
Acta Crystallographica Section A (1998)
A triptycene-based polymer of intrinsic microposity that displays enhanced surface area and hydrogen adsorption
Bader S. Ghanem;Kadhum Msayib;Neil B. McKeown;Kenneth David Maclean Harris.
Chemical Communications (2007)
How to determine structures when single crystals cannot be grown: opportunities for structure determination of molecular materials using powder diffraction data
Kenneth David Maclean Harris;Eugene Y. Cheung.
Chemical Society Reviews (2004)
Structural aspects of urea inclusion compounds and their investigation by X-ray diffraction: a general discussion
Kenneth D. M. Harris;John M. Thomas.
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions (1990)
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