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  • Kumar, Vasanth K.; Srinivas, Gadipelli; Wood, Barbara; Ramisetty, Kiran A.; Stewart, Andrew A.; Howard, Christopher A.; Brett, Dan; Rodriquez-Reinoso, F. (American Society of Chemistry, 2019)
    Characterization of the guest-host interactions and the heterogeneity of porous materials is essential across the physical and biological sciences, for example for gas sorption and separation, pollutant removal from ...
  • Moseson, Dana E.; Parker, Andrew S.; Gilpin, Christopher J.; Stewart, Andrew A.; Beaudoin, Stephen P.; Taylor, Lynne S. (American Chemical Society, 2019)
    The dissolution or melting of a crystalline drug into a molten polymeric matrix underpins the fabrication of a number of drug delivery systems. However, little is known about how crystals dissolve in such viscous matrices. ...
  • McLeod, Robert A.; Righetto, Ricardo Diogo; Stewart, Andrew A.; Stahlberg, Henning (Elsevier, 2018)
    The introduction of fast CMOS detectors is moving the field of transmission electron microscopy into the computer science field of big data. Automated data pipelines control the instrument and initial processing steps which ...
  • Moseson, Dana E.; Mugheirbi, Naila A.; Stewart, Andrew A.; Taylor, Lynne S. (American Chemical Society, 2018)
    Common characterization techniques used to detect crystallinity in amorphous solid dispersions (ASD) typically have detection or quantification limits on the order of 1%. Herein, an amorphous solid dispersion of indomethacin ...
  • Kumar, K. Vasanth; Ramisetty, Kiran A.; Devi, K. Renuka; Krishna, Gamidi Rama; Heffernan, Claire; Stewart, Andrew A.; Guo, Jian; Gadipelli, Srinivas; Brett, Dan J. L.; Favvas, Evangelos P.; Rasmuson, Åke C. (American Chemical Society, 2021)
    Crystallization experiments performed with highly supercooled solutions produced highly pure (>99 wt %) and highly crystalline mesocrystals of curcumin from impure solutions (∼22% of two structurally similar impurities) ...
  • Kumar, Vasanth K.; Ramisetty, Kiran A.; Devi, Renuka K.; Krishna, Gamidi Rama; Heffernan, Claire; Stewart, Andrew A.; Guo, Jian; Gadipelli, Srinivas; Brett, Dan; Favvas, Evangelos P.; Rasmuson, Åke C. (American Chemical Society, 2021)
    Crystallization experiments performed with highly supercooled solutions produced highly pure (>99 wt %) and highly crystalline mesocrystals of curcumin from impure solutions (∼22% of two structurally similar impurities) ...
  • Molina-Osorio, Andrés; Cheung, David L.; O'Dwyer, Colm; Stewart, Andrew A.; Dossot, Manuel; Herzog, Grégoire; Scanlon, Micheál D. (American Chemical Society, 2020)
    One of the many evolved functions of photosynthetic organisms is to synthesize light harvesting nanostructures from photoactive molecules such as porphyrins. Engineering synthetic analogues with optimized molecular ...

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