Konstantinos D. Demadis mostly deals with Inorganic chemistry, Phosphonate, Colloidal silica, Crystal structure and Molecule. His work on Inorganic chemistry is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Dissolution. His studies in Phosphonate integrate themes in fields like Metal and Polymer chemistry.
Konstantinos D. Demadis interconnects X-ray crystallography, Powder diffraction, Adsorption and Conductivity in the investigation of issues within Crystal structure. The study incorporates disciplines such as Zinc and Crystallization in addition to Molecule. His Crystallography study combines topics in areas such as Delocalized electron, Valence, Intramolecular force, Stereochemistry and Electron transfer.
Konstantinos D. Demadis focuses on Inorganic chemistry, Phosphonate, Metal, Crystallography and Crystal structure. His Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Medicinal chemistry, Polymer chemistry, Dissolution, Hydrogen bond and Aqueous solution. His research integrates issues of Calcium, Methylene, Water treatment, Molecule and Combinatorial chemistry in his study of Phosphonate.
His Metal study incorporates themes from Thin film, Zinc, Corrosion, Lanthanide and Hybrid material. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Crystallography, concentrating on X-ray crystallography and frequently concerns with Conductivity. Konstantinos D. Demadis focuses mostly in the field of Crystal structure, narrowing it down to matters related to Stereochemistry and, in some cases, Molybdenum.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Chemical engineering, Metal, Phosphonate, Precipitation and Polymer. Konstantinos D. Demadis combines subjects such as Magnesium silicate and Water treatment with his study of Chemical engineering. His work carried out in the field of Metal brings together such families of science as Crystallography, Polymer chemistry and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.
The concepts of his Phosphonate study are interwoven with issues in Combinatorial chemistry, Biological fluids and Drug delivery. His Polymer research incorporates elements of Silicic acid and Biochemical engineering. His Carbon steel research includes elements of Inorganic chemistry, Constant phase element, Corrosion inhibitor and Nuclear chemistry.
His primary scientific interests are in Chemical engineering, Metal, Magnesium silicate, Magnesium and Precipitation. His Chemical engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Water treatment, Small molecule and Polymer. He integrates Metal and Proton in his studies.
Crystallography, Turn, Ligand, Dehydration and Atmospheric temperature range are fields of study that intersect with his Proton study. His study in Magnesium silicate is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phosphonate, Deposition, Characterization, Coordination complex and Morphology. His work deals with themes such as Texture and Silicic acid, which intersect with Magnesium.
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The localized-to-delocalized transition in mixed-valence chemistry.
Konstantinos D. Demadis;Chris M. Hartshorn;Thomas J. Meyer.
Chemical Reviews (2001)
Metal phosphonate chemistry : from synthesis to applications
Abraham Clearfield;Konstantinos Demadis.
Modern Views on Desilicification: Biosilica and Abiotic Silica Dissolution in Natural and Artificial Environments
Hermann Ehrlich;Konstantinos D. Demadis;Oleg S. Pokrovsky;Petros G. Koutsoukos.
Chemical Reviews (2010)
Guest Molecule-Responsive Functional Calcium Phosphonate Frameworks for Tuned Proton Conductivity
Montse Bazaga-García;Rosario M. P. Colodrero;Maria Papadaki;Piotr Garczarek.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014)
Use of antiscalants for mitigation of silica (SiO2) fouling and deposition: fundamentals and applications in desalination systems
Eleftheria Neofotistou;Konstantinos D. Demadis.
Crystal growth and characterization of zinc–(amino-tris-(methylenephosphonate)) organic–inorganic hybrid networks and their inhibiting effect on metallic corrosion
Konstantinos D. Demadis;Stella D. Katarachia;Markos Koutmos.
Inorganic Chemistry Communications (2005)
Industrial water systems: problems, challenges and solutions for the process industries
Konstantinos D. Demadis;Eleftheria Mavredaki;Aggeliki Stathoulopoulou;Eleftheria Neofotistou.
Multifunctional Luminescent and Proton-Conducting Lanthanide Carboxyphosphonate Open-Framework Hybrids Exhibiting Crystalline-to-Amorphous-to-Crystalline Transformations
Rosario M. P. Colodrero;Konstantinos E. Papathanasiou;Nikoleta Stavgianoudaki;Pascual Olivera-Pastor.
Chemistry of Materials (2012)
METAL-PHOSPHONATE CHEMISTRY: SYNTHESIS, CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF CALCIUM-AMINO- TRIS-(METHYLENE PHOSPHONATE) AND INHIBITION OF CaCO3 CRYSTAL GROWTH
Konstantinos D. Demadis;Stella D. Katarachia.
Phosphorus Sulfur and Silicon and The Related Elements (2004)
Catalytic Reduction of Hydrazine to Ammonia by the VFe3S4 Cubanes. Further Evidence for the Direct Involvement of the Heterometal in the Reduction of Nitrogenase Substrates and Possible Relevance to the Vanadium Nitrogenases
Steven M. Malinak;Konstantinos D. Demadis;Dimitri Coucouvanis.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1995)
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