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Kate Gleason College of Engineering

Kate Gleason College of Engineering

CHEMICAL AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

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Brian Landi

Assistant Professor
Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
Kate Gleason College of Engineering

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Cress, C.D., C.M. Schauerman, B.J. Landi, S.R. Messenger, R.P. Raffaelle, and R.J. Walters. “Radiation effects in single walled carbon nanotube papers.” Journal of Applied Physics, 107.1 (2010): 1-5. Web. †≠*

Landi, B.J., C.D. Cress, and R.P. Raffaelle. “High energy density lithium ion batteries with carbon nanotube anodes.” Journal of Materials Research, 25.8 (2010): 1636. Print. ≠*

DiLeo, R.A., M.J. Ganter, R.P. Raffaelle, B.J. Landi. “Germanium-Single Wall Carbon Nanotube Anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries.” Journal of Materials Research, 25.8 (2010): 1441-1446. Print. †≠*

Dileo, R.A., A. Castiglia, M.J. Ganter, R.E. Rogers, C.D. Cress, R.P. Raffaelle, and B.J. Landi. “Enhanced Capacity and Rate Capability of Carbon Nanotube Based Anodes with Titanium Contacts for Lithium Ion Batteries.” ACS Nano, 4.10 (2010): 6121-6131. Web. †≠*

Alvarenga, J., P.R. Jarosz, C.M. Schauerman, B.T. Moses, B.J. Landi, C.D. Cress, and R.P. Raffaelle. “High conductivity carbon nanotube wires from radial densification and ionic doping.” Applied Physics Letters, 97.18 (2010): 182106-1-3. Print. †≠*

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Christiaan Richter

Assistant Professor
Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
Kate Gleason College of Engineering

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Richter, Christiaan, and Charles A. Schmuttenmaer. “Exciton-like trap states limit electron mobility in TiO2 nanotubes.” Nature Nanotechnology, 5.1 (2010): 769–772. Web. ≠ *

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Steven Weinstein
Department Head

Professor
Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
Kate Gleason College of Engineering

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Barlow, N. S., B.T. Helenbrook, S.P. Lin and S.J. Weinstein. “An Interpretation of absolutely and convectively unstable waves using series solutions.” Wave Motion, 47.8 (2010): 564-582. Print. *

Theisen, E. A., M. Davis, S.J. Weinstein and P.H. Steen. “Transient behavior of the planar-flow melt spinning process.” Chemical Engineering Science, 65.10 (2010): 3249–3259. Web. *

Oakes, J. M., S. Day, S.J. Weinstein and R.J. Robinson. “Flow field analysis in expanding healthy and emphyematous alveolar models using particle image velocimetry.” Journal of Biomechical Engineering, 132.2 (2010): 1-9. Web. *

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