His main research concerns Monolayer, Nanotechnology, Nanoparticle, Self-assembled monolayer and Analytical chemistry. T. Randall Lee has included themes like Wetting, Contact angle, Adsorption, Polymer chemistry and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in his Monolayer study. His studies in Contact angle integrate themes in fields like Ellipsometry and Absorption spectroscopy.
His research in Nanotechnology intersects with topics in Adhesion, Magnetic Phenomena, Spintronics and Coercivity. His work carried out in the field of Nanoparticle brings together such families of science as Thin film and Plasmon. His Self-assembled monolayer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Crystallography and Self-assembly.
T. Randall Lee mainly investigates Monolayer, Nanotechnology, Self-assembled monolayer, Racism and Publishing. His work deals with themes such as Crystallography, Ellipsometry, Contact angle, Adsorption and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, which intersect with Monolayer. His X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study is related to the wider topic of Analytical chemistry.
His Nanotechnology study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Plasmon. He works mostly in the field of Self-assembled monolayer, limiting it down to topics relating to Wetting and, in certain cases, Dipole, as a part of the same area of interest. His research on Nanoparticle often connects related topics like Inorganic chemistry.
Racism, Viewpoints, Public relations, Solidarity and Diversity are his primary areas of study. Racism is intertwined with Environmental ethics, Chemistry and Art in his research. His Viewpoints research spans across into fields like Commit, Workforce, Inclusion and Publishing.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Nanoparticle, Racism, Nanotechnology, Publishing and Public relations. His research investigates the connection between Nanoparticle and topics such as Antimony that intersect with issues in Semiconductor and Colloidal gold. T. Randall Lee interconnects Photocatalysis, Ligand, Tin oxide and Metal in the investigation of issues within Nanotechnology.
His studies deal with areas such as Plasmon and Metal nanoparticles as well as Tin oxide. Within one scientific family, T. Randall Lee focuses on topics pertaining to Surface plasmon resonance under Nanoshell, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Scanning electron microscope. His Photochemistry study which covers Adsorption that intersects with Monolayer.
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Contact Angle and Wetting Properties
Yuehua Yuan;T. Randall Lee.
Preparation and Characterization of Gold Nanoshells Coated with Self-Assembled Monolayers
Tan Pham;Joseph B. Jackson;and Naomi J. Halas;T. Randall Lee.
Tuning the Magnetic Properties of Nanoparticles
Arati G. Kolhatkar;Andrew C. Jamison;Dmitri Litvinov;Richard C. Willson.
International Journal of Molecular Sciences (2013)
Interface Dipoles Arising from Self-Assembled Monolayers on Gold: UV−Photoemission Studies of Alkanethiols and Partially Fluorinated Alkanethiols
Dana M. Alloway;Michael Hofmann;Michael Hofmann;Darrin L. Smith;Nadine E. Gruhn.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2003)
Gold and Silver Nanoparticles Functionalized by the Adsorption of Dialkyl Disulfides.
Lon A. Porter;David Ji;Sarah L. Westcott;Michael Graupe.
The Wetting of Monolayer Films Exposing Ionizable Acids and Bases
T. Randall Lee;Robert I. Carey;Hans A. Biebuyck;George M. Whitesides.
Construction of simple gold nanoparticle aggregates with controlled plasmon–plasmon interactions
Sarah L. Westcott;Steven J. Oldenburg;T.Randall Lee;Naomi J. Halas.
Chemical Physics Letters (1999)
Thermo- and pH-Responsive Hydrogel-Coated Gold Nanoparticles
Jun-Hyun Kim;T. Randall Lee.
Chemistry of Materials (2004)
Stability: A key issue for self-assembled monolayers on gold as thin-film coatings and nanoparticle protectants
Laongnuan Srisombat;Andrew C. Jamison;T. Randall Lee.
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects (2011)
Spiroalkanedithiol-Based SAMs Reveal Unique Insight into the Wettabilities and Frictional Properties of Organic Thin Films
Young-Seok Shon;Seunghwan Lee;Ramon Colorado;Scott S. Perry.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2000)
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