Thermal conductivity, Thermal, Condensed matter physics, Thermodynamics and Heat capacity are her primary areas of study. Thermal conductivity is a subfield of Composite material that Mary Anne White tackles. Her work carried out in the field of Thermal brings together such families of science as Crystallographic defect and Scattering.
Her research in Condensed matter physics intersects with topics in Theoretical physics and Material properties. Her Thermodynamics research includes themes of Lauric acid, Single crystal, Physical property and Clathrate hydrate. Her research integrates issues of Phase transition, Thermal expansion, Negative thermal expansion, System of measurement and Antiferromagnetism in her study of Heat capacity.
Her primary areas of investigation include Thermodynamics, Heat capacity, Thermal conductivity, Phase transition and Composite material. Her studies deal with areas such as Eutectic system and Clathrate hydrate as well as Thermodynamics. Her Heat capacity study also includes
Her Thermal conductivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Thermal conduction, Thermal, Condensed matter physics and Electrical resistivity and conductivity. Mary Anne White has included themes like Latent heat and Thermal energy storage in her Thermal study. Her Phase transition study combines topics in areas such as Crystallography, Differential scanning calorimetry, Phase and Inorganic chemistry.
Mary Anne White focuses on Composite material, Thermodynamics, Thermal energy storage, Thermal and Thermal conductivity. Many of her research projects under Composite material are closely connected to Surface with Surface, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Her work deals with themes such as Eutectic system and Transition temperature, which intersect with Thermodynamics.
Her Thermal study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Supercooling, Work and Carbon nanotube. Mary Anne White interconnects Porosity, Condensed matter physics, Electrical resistivity and conductivity and Thermal conduction in the investigation of issues within Thermal conductivity. She has researched Condensed matter physics in several fields, including Thermoelectric effect and Thermoelectric materials.
Her primary areas of study are Thermal conductivity, Thermal energy storage, Thermal, Condensed matter physics and Thermoelectric materials. She combines subjects such as Thermal conduction, Heat capacity and Electrical resistivity and conductivity with her study of Thermal conductivity. The various areas that Mary Anne White examines in her Heat capacity study include Phase transition, Phase rule, Phase, Thermal expansion and Superconductivity.
Her Thermal energy storage study is concerned with the larger field of Thermodynamics. The Thermodynamics study combines topics in areas such as Chemical engineering and Phase diagram. Her Thermal study frequently links to other fields, such as Composite material.
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Zeolite-Confined Nano-RuO2: A Green, Selective, and Efficient Catalyst for Aerobic Alcohol Oxidation
Bi-Zeng Zhan;Mary Anne White;Tsun-Kong Sham;James A Pincock.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Alkylammonium lead halides. Part 2. CH3NH3PbX3 (X = Cl, Br, I) perovskites: cuboctahedral halide cages with isotropic cation reorientation
Osvald Knop;Roderick E. Wasylishen;Mary Anne White;T. Stanley Cameron.
Canadian Journal of Chemistry (1990)
Properties of Materials
Mary Anne White;Thomas F. Rosenbaum.
Control of Particle Size and Surface Properties of Crystals of NaX Zeolite
† Bi-Zeng Zhan;Mary Anne White;Michael Lumsden;‡ Jason Mueller-Neuhaus.
Chemistry of Materials (2002)
Origin of glassy crystalline behavior in the thermal properties of clathrate hydrates: a thermal conductivity study of tetrahydrofuran hydrate
John S. Tse;Mary Anne White.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1988)
Understanding thermoelectric properties from high-throughput calculations: trends, insights, and comparisons with experiment
Wei Chen;Wei Chen;Jan Hendrik Pöhls;Geoffroy Hautier;Danny Broberg.
Journal of Materials Chemistry C (2016)
Thermochromism in Commercial Products
Mary Anne White;Monique LeBlanc.
Journal of Chemical Education (1999)
Cement: Its Chemistry and Properties
Douglas C. MacLaren;Mary Anne White.
Journal of Chemical Education (2003)
Thermal and electrical conductivity of tall, vertically aligned carbon nanotube arrays.
Michael B. Jakubinek;Mary Anne White;Ge Li;Chaminda Jayasinghe.
Thermal and electrical conductivity of array-spun multi-walled carbon nanotube yarns
Michael B. Jakubinek;Michael B. Jakubinek;Michel B. Johnson;Mary Anne White;Chaminda Jayasinghe.
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