Amanda S. Barnard
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Prediction of TiO2 nanoparticle phase and shape transitions controlled by surface chemistry
AS Barnard, LA Curtiss
Nano letters 5 (7), 1261-1266, 2005
6462005
Observation and control of blinking nitrogen-vacancy centres in discrete nanodiamonds
C Bradac, T Gaebel, N Naidoo, MJ Sellars, J Twamley, LJ Brown, ...
Nature nanotechnology 5 (5), 345, 2010
4192010
Ultra Nanocrystalline Diamond: Synthesis, Properties and Applications
AS Barnard, OA Shenderova, DM Gruen
William Andrew Publishing, New York, 2006
359*2006
A model for the phase stability of arbitrary nanoparticles as a function of size and shape
AS Barnard, P Zapol
The Journal of chemical physics 121 (9), 4276-4283, 2004
2782004
Effects of particle morphology and surface hydrogenation on the phase stability of TiO2
AS Barnard, P Zapol
Physical Review B 70 (23), 235403, 2004
2372004
Modeling the morphology and phase stability of TiO2 nanocrystals in water
AS Barnard, P Zapol, LA Curtiss
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 1 (1), 107-116, 2005
2102005
Crystallinity and surface electrostatics of diamond nanocrystals
AS Barnard, M Sternberg
Journal of Materials Chemistry 17 (45), 4811-4819, 2007
2052007
Nanogold: a quantitative phase map
AS Barnard, NP Young, AI Kirkland, MA Van Huis, H Xu
ACS nano 3 (6), 1431-1436, 2009
2012009
Modelling of nanoparticles: approaches to morphology and evolution
AS Barnard
Reports on Progress in Physics 73 (8), 086502, 2010
1862010
Diamond standard in diagnostics: nanodiamond biolabels make their mark
AS Barnard
Analyst 134 (9), 1751-1764, 2009
1562009
Equilibrium morphology of face-centered cubic gold nanoparticles> 3 nm and the shape changes induced by temperature
AS Barnard, XM Lin, LA Curtiss
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109 (51), 24465-24472, 2005
1542005
Naturally occurring iron oxide nanoparticles: morphology, surface chemistry and environmental stability
H Guo, AS Barnard
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 1 (1), 27-42, 2013
1532013
Shaping Nanometer‐Scale Architecture Through Surface Chemistry
ZV Saponjic, NM Dimitrijevic, DM Tiede, AJ Goshe, X Zuo, LX Chen, ...
Advanced Materials 17 (8), 965-971, 2005
1462005
Self-assembly in nanodiamond agglutinates
AS Barnard
Journal of Materials Chemistry 18 (34), 4038-4041, 2008
1412008
Nanodiamond photoemitters based on strong narrow‐band luminescence from silicon‐vacancy defects
II Vlasov, AS Barnard, VG Ralchenko, OI Lebedev, MV Kanzyuba, ...
Advanced Materials 21 (7), 808-812, 2009
1322009
Predicting the energetics, phase stability, and morphology evolution of faceted and spherical anatase nanocrystals
AS Barnard, P Zapol
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 108 (48), 18435-18440, 2004
1312004
Coexistence of bucky diamond with nanodiamond and fullerene carbon phases
AS Barnard, SP Russo, IK Snook
Physical Review B 68 (7), 073406, 2003
1282003
Size dependent phase stability of carbon nanoparticles: Nanodiamond versus fullerenes
AS Barnard, SP Russo, IK Snook
The Journal of chemical physics 118 (11), 5094-5097, 2003
1262003
Anatase and rutile surfaces with adsorbates representative of acidic and basic conditions
AS Barnard, P Zapol, LA Curtiss
Surface science 582 (1-3), 173-188, 2005
1192005
A thermodynamic model for the shape and stability of twinned nanostructures
AS Barnard
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (48), 24498-24504, 2006
1082006
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