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Synthesis of doped ZnSiP2 single crystals via flux growth technique
Author(s):Ragazzo, Kira; Koh, Carolyn A.; Toberer, Eric; Krishna, Lakshmi
Water contact angles on hydrates in energy applications
Author(s):Wells, Jonathan; Brown, Erika; Koh, Carolyn A.
Emulsion behavior in brine/AA/oil systems
Author(s):Gardner, Andres A.; Dapena, Jose A.; Koh, Carolyn A.; Sloan, E. Dendy
Raman characterization of binary clathrate hydrates for their role in new energy applications at atmospheric pressure conditions
Author(s):Casebolt, Rileigh; Ismail, Nur; Koh, Carolyn A.
Gas hydrate adhesion to mineral surfaces
Author(s):Leith, William J.; Aman, Zachary M.; Sum, Amadeu K.; Koh, Carolyn A.
Hydrates are crystalline inclusion compounds, where water forms cages that encage 'guest molecules' (typically hydrocarbons). The amount of energy stored in gas hydrates is estimated to be twice that of traditional fossil ...
Investigation of material dependence in the promotion of clathrate hydrate nucleation for energy applications
Author(s):Cox, Christina; Majid, Ahmad; Koh, Carolyn A.
Contact angles of surfaces in energy and environmental applications of hydrate formation
Author(s):Breathwaite, Melissa; Brown, Erika; Koh, Carolyn A.
Synthesis of [Si1-xGex]136 type II clathrates (0.1<x<0.5): alloyed semiconductor cages in crystalline vs. amorphous products
Author(s):Raharjo, Taufik; Toberer, Eric; Koh, Carolyn A.; Krishna, Lakshmi
The unique thermal, electrical, optical, and structural properties of Group IV clathrates have brought them to the forefront of potential renewable energy opportunities. Specifically, the semiconductor capabilities of ...
Raman characterization of binary hydrates
Author(s):Keefe, Karina; Ismail, Nur; Koh, Carolyn A.