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Search Publications by Joseph A. Dura

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Nuclear Spin Incoherent Neutron Scattering from Quantum Well Resonators

Author(s)
Max Wolff, Anton Devishvili, Joseph A. Dura, Franz A. Adlmann, Brian Kitchen, Gunnar K. Palsson, Heikki Palonen, Brian B. Maranville, Charles F. Majkrzak, Boris P. Toperverg
We report the detection and quantification of nuclear spin incoherent scattering from hydrogen occupying interstitial sites in a thin film of vanadium. The

Highly Reversible Zinc Metal Anode for Aqueous Batteries

Author(s)
Fei Wang, Oleg Borodin, Tao Gao, Xiulin Fan, Wei Sun, Fudong Han, Antonio Faraone, Joseph A. Dura, Kang Xu, Chunsheng Wang
Metallic zinc (Zn) has been regarded as an ideal anode material for aqueous batteries, because of its high theoretical capacity (820 mAh/g), low electrochemical

Perovskite Nickelates as Electric-Field Sensors in Salt Water

Author(s)
Zhen Zhang, Derek Schwanz, Badri Narayanan, Michele Kotiuga, Joseph A. Dura, Mathew Cherukara, Hua Zhou, John W. Freeland, Jiarui Li, Ronny Sutarto, Feizhou He, Chongzhao Wu, Jiaxin Zhu, Yifei Sun, Koushik Ramadoss, Stephen S. Nonnenmann, Nanfang Yu, Riccardo Comin, Karin M. Rabe, Subramanian K.R.S. Sankaranarayanan, Shriram Ramanathan
Although oceans comprise over seventy percent of our planet, they are among the least understood ecosystems. Complex three-dimensional marine environments hold

Self-assembled Layering of Magnetic Nanoparticles in a Ferrofluid onSilicon Surfaces

Author(s)
Katharina Theis-Brohl, Erika C. Vreeland, Andrew Gomez, Dale L. Huber, Apurve Saini, Max Wolff, Brian B. Maranville, Erik Brok, Kathryn Krycka, Joseph A. Dura, Julie A. Borchers
This article describes the 3D self-assembly of monodisperse colloidal magnetite nanoparticles from a dilute water-based ferrofluid onto a silicon surface and

Liquid Structure with Nano-Heterogeneity Promotes Cationic Transport in Concentrated Electrolytes

Author(s)
Oleg Borodin, Liumin Suo, Mallory Gobet, Xiaoming Ren, Fei Wang, Antonio Faraone, Jing Peng, Marco Olguin, Marshall Schroeder, Michael S. Ding, Eric Gobrogge, Arthur von Wald Cresce, Stephen Munoz, Joseph A. Dura, Steve Greenbaum, Chunsheng Wang, Kang Xu
Using molecular dynamics simulations, small angle neutron scattering and a variety of spectroscopic techniques, we evaluated the ion solvation and transport

Nanolayer Analysis by Neutron Reflectometry

Author(s)
Joseph A. Dura, Eric Daniel Rus, Paul Kienzle, Brian B. Maranville
Neutron reflectometry offers unique benefits for nanolayer research in green chemistry by providing accurate depth profiles of thin films and interfaces with

CrO3 Based Proton Conductors

Author(s)
Laura Mazzei, Max Wolff, Daniele Pergolesi, Joseph A. Dura, Lars Borjesson, Philipp Gutfreund, Marco Bettinelli, Thomas Lippert, Maths Karlsson
Epitaxial thin films of the proton conducting perovskite BaZr0.53In0.47O3-δH^d0.47-2δ, grown by pulsed laser deposition, were investigated in their hydrated and

The Center for Research on Extreme Batteries

Author(s)
Eric Wachsman, Cynthia Lundgren, Esther Takeuchi, Kang Xu, Chunsheng Wang, Joseph A. Dura, David L. Jacobson, Kahlil Amine, William Acker
How much would you spend on a battery if your life depended on it? Rarely is that question asked as the vast majority of battery development is focused on

Self Assembly of Magnetic Nanoparticles at Silicon Surfaces

Author(s)
Katharina Theis-Brohl, Philipp Gutfreund, Alexei Vorobiev, Max Wolff, Boris P. Toperverg, Joseph A. Dura, Julie A. Borchers
Neutron reflectometry was used to study the assembly of magnetite nanoparticles in a water-based ferrofluid close to a silicon surface, Under three conditions

Pore Collapse and Regrowth in Silicon Electrodes for Rechargeable Batteries

Author(s)
Steven C. DeCaluwe, Bal Mukund NMN Dhar, Liwei Huang, Yuping He, Kaikun Yang, Jon P. Owejan, Yiping Zhao, A. Alec Talin, Joseph A. Dura, Howard Wang
Structure and composition changes of an alumina capped amorphous silicon (a-Si) thin-film anode in a lithium half-cell are measured, in opernado, by neutron