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Christoph G. Salzmann
Christoph G. Salzmann
Professor of Physical and Materials Chemistry, University College London
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Mechanical reinforcement and thermal conductivity in expanded graphene nanoplatelets reinforced epoxy composites
S Chatterjee, JW Wang, WS Kuo, NH Tai, C Salzmann, WL Li, R Hollertz, ...
Chemical Physics Letters 531, 6-10, 2012
4212012
A second distinct structural “state” of high-density amorphous ice at 77 K and 1 bar
T Loerting, C Salzmann, I Kohl, E Mayer, A Hallbrucker
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 3 (24), 5355-5357, 2001
3632001
The Role of Carboxylated Carbonaceous Fragments in the Functionalization and Spectroscopy of a Single‐Walled Carbon‐Nanotube Material
CG Salzmann, SA Llewellyn, G Tobias, MAH Ward, Y Huh, MLH Green
Advanced Materials 19 (6), 883-887, 2007
3042007
Ice XV: A new thermodynamically stable phase of ice
CG Salzmann, PG Radaelli, E Mayer, JL Finney
Physical review letters 103 (10), 105701, 2009
3022009
Structure of ice crystallized from supercooled water
TL Malkin, BJ Murray, AV Brukhno, J Anwar, CG Salzmann
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (4), 1041-1045, 2012
3012012
The preparation and structures of hydrogen ordered phases of ice
CG Salzmann, PG Radaelli, A Hallbrucker, E Mayer, JL Finney
Science 311 (5768), 1758-1761, 2006
2872006
Stacking disorder in ice I
TL Malkin, BJ Murray, CG Salzmann, V Molinero, SJ Pickering, TF Whale
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (1), 60-76, 2015
2442015
The polymorphism of ice: five unresolved questions
CG Salzmann, PG Radaelli, B Slater, JL Finney
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (41), 18468-18480, 2011
2342011
How many amorphous ices are there?
T Loerting, K Winkel, M Seidl, M Bauer, C Mitterdorfer, PH Handle, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (19), 8783-8794, 2011
2062011
Two dimensional ice from first principles: Structures and phase transitions
J Chen, G Schusteritsch, CJ Pickard, CG Salzmann, A Michaelides
Physical review letters 116 (2), 025501, 2016
2042016
Advances in the experimental exploration of water’s phase diagram
CG Salzmann
The Journal of chemical physics 150 (6), 2019
1752019
Purification and opening of carbon nanotubes using steam
G Tobias, L Shao, CG Salzmann, Y Huh, MLH Green
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (45), 22318-22322, 2006
1532006
Removal of amorphous carbon for the efficient sidewall functionalisation of single-walled carbon nanotubes
L Shao, G Tobias, CG Salzmann, B Ballesteros, SY Hong, A Crossley, ...
Chemical Communications, 5090-5092, 2007
1252007
α, ω-Diferrocenyl cumulene molecular wires. Synthesis, spectroscopy, structure, and electrochemistry
W Skibar, H Kopacka, K Wurst, C Salzmann, KH Ongania, ...
Organometallics 23 (5), 1024-1041, 2004
1192004
Amorphous ice: Stepwise formation of very-high-density amorphous ice from low-density amorphous ice at 125 K
T Loerting, W Schustereder, K Winkel, CG Salzmann, I Kohl, E Mayer
Physical review letters 96 (2), 025702, 2006
1142006
Encapsulation and Polymerization of White Phosphorus Inside Single‐Wall Carbon Nanotubes
M Hart, ER White, J Chen, CM McGilvery, CJ Pickard, A Michaelides, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 56 (28), 8144-8148, 2017
902017
Quantitative assessment of carbon nanotube dispersions by Raman spectroscopy
CG Salzmann, BTT Chu, G Tobias, SA Llewellyn, MLH Green
Carbon 45 (5), 907-912, 2007
862007
The low-temperature dynamics of recovered ice XII as studied by differential scanning calorimetry: a comparison with ice V
CG Salzmann, I Kohl, T Loerting, E Mayer, A Hallbrucker
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 5 (16), 3507-3517, 2003
812003
Proton ordering in cubic ice and hexagonal ice; a potential new ice phase—XIc
Z Raza, D Alfe, CG Salzmann, J Klimeš, A Michaelides, B Slater
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (44), 19788-19795, 2011
792011
Extent of stacking disorder in diamond
CG Salzmann, BJ Murray, JJ Shephard
Diamond and Related Materials 59, 69-72, 2015
772015
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