David E Williams
David E Williams
Professor of Chemistry, University of AUckland
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TitleCited byYear
Point of care diagnostics: status and future
V Gubala, LF Harris, AJ Ricco, MX Tan, DE Williams
Analytical chemistry 84 (2), 487-515, 2011
8062011
Semiconducting oxides as gas-sensitive resistors
DE Williams
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 57 (1-3), 1-16, 1999
7701999
Tin dioxide gas sensors. Part 1.—Aspects of the surface chemistry revealed by electrical conductance variations
JF McAleer, PT Moseley, JOW Norris, DE Williams
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 1: Physical Chemistry …, 1987
5181987
Why stainless steel corrodes
MP Ryan, DE Williams, RJ Chater, BM Hutton, DS McPhail
Nature 415 (6873), 770, 2002
4762002
Tin dioxide opals and inverted opals: near‐ideal microstructures for gas sensors
RWJ Scott, SM Yang, G Chabanis, N Coombs, DE Williams, GA Ozin
Advanced Materials 13 (19), 1468-1472, 2001
3932001
Techniques and mechanisms in gas sensing
PT Moseley, JOW Norris, DE Williams
3421991
The initiation of pitting corrosion on austenitic stainless steel: on the role and importance of sulphide inclusions
J Stewart, DE Williams
Corrosion Science 33 (3), 457-474, 1992
3051992
Stochastic models of pitting corrosion of stainless steels I. Modeling of the initiation and growth of pits at constant potential
DE Williams, C Westcott, M Fleischmann
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 132 (8), 1796-1804, 1985
2961985
The nucleation, growth and stability of micropits in stainless steel
DE Williams, J Stewart, PH Balkwill
Corrosion Science 36 (7), 1213-1235, 1994
2461994
Stochastic models of pitting corrosion of stainless steels II. measurement and interpretation of data at constant potential
DE Williams, C Westcott, M Fleischmann
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 132 (8), 1804-1811, 1985
1961985
Tin dioxide gas sensors. Part 2.—The role of surface additives
JF McAleer, PT Moseley, JOW Norris, DE Williams, BC Tofield
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 1: Physical Chemistry …, 1988
1831988
Inhibition of neuroblastoma tumor growth by targeted delivery of microRNA-34a using anti-disialoganglioside GD2 coated nanoparticles
A Tivnan, WS Orr, V Gubala, R Nooney, DE Williams, C McDonagh, ...
PloS one 7 (5), e38129, 2012
1652012
Passivity breakdown and pitting corrosion of binary alloys
DE Williams, RC Newman, Q Song, RG Kelly
Nature 350 (6315), 216, 1991
1651991
Elucidation of a trigger mechanism for pitting corrosion of stainless steels using submicron resolution scanning electrochemical and photoelectrochemical microscopy
DE Williams, TF Mohiuddin, YY Zhu
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 145 (8), 2664-2672, 1998
1631998
Study of surface segregation of antimony on SnO2 surfaces by computer simulation techniques
B Slater, CRA Catlow, DH Gay, DE Williams, V Dusastre
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 103 (48), 10644-10650, 1999
1601999
Stability and open circuit breakdown of the passive oxide film on titanium
DJ Blackwood, LM Peter, DE Williams
Electrochimica Acta 33 (8), 1143-1149, 1988
1511988
A microstructural model of semiconducting gas sensor response: The effects of sintering temperature on the response of chromium titanate (CTO) to carbon monoxide
SC Naisbitt, KFE Pratt, DE Williams, IP Parkin
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 114 (2), 969-977, 2006
1472006
Surface plasmon fluorescence measurements of human chorionic gonadotrophin: role of antibody orientation in obtaining enhanced sensitivity and limit of detection
MMLM Vareiro, J Liu, W Knoll, K Zak, D Williams, ATA Jenkins
Analytical chemistry 77 (8), 2426-2431, 2005
1242005
A selective ammonia sensor
PT Moseley, DE Williams
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 1 (1-6), 113-115, 1990
1241990
Composition changes around sulphide inclusions in stainless steels, and implications for the initiation of pitting corrosion
DE Williams, MR Kilburn, J Cliff, GIN Waterhouse
Corrosion science 52 (11), 3702-3716, 2010
1232010
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