nick quirke
nick quirke
professor of chemcial physics, Imperial College
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Pore size distribution analysis of microporous carbons: a density functional theory approach
C Lastoskie, KE Gubbins, N Quirke
The journal of physical chemistry 97 (18), 4786-4796, 1993
Phase equilibria by simulation in the Gibbs ensemble: alternative derivation, generalization and application to mixture and membrane equilibria
AZ Panagiotopoulos, N Quirke, M Stapleton, DJ Tildesley
Molecular Physics 63 (4), 527-545, 1988
Fluid flow in carbon nanotubes and nanopipes
M Whitby, N Quirke
Nature nanotechnology 2 (2), 87, 2007
Pore size heterogeneity and the carbon slit pore: a density functional theory model
C Lastoskie, KE Gubbins, N Quirke
Langmuir 9 (10), 2693-2702, 1993
Molecular modeling of electron traps in polymer insulators: Chemical defects and impurities
M Meunier, N Quirke, A Aslanides
The Journal of Chemical Physics 115 (6), 2876-2881, 2001
Enhanced fluid flow through nanoscale carbon pipes
M Whitby, L Cagnon, M Thanou, N Quirke
Nano letters 8 (9), 2632-2637, 2008
Fluid flow in nanopores: Accurate boundary conditions for carbon nanotubes
VP Sokhan, D Nicholson, N Quirke
The Journal of chemical physics 117 (18), 8531-8539, 2002
Molecular simulation of methane and butane in silicalite
SJ Goodbody, K Watanabe, D MacGowan, JPRB Walton, N Quirke
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 87 (13), 1951-1958, 1991
Attractive interactions in micelles and microemulsions
JS Huang, SA Safran, MW Kim, GS Grest, M Kotlarchyk, N Quirke
Physical review letters 53 (6), 592, 1984
Molecular modeling of electron trapping in polymer insulators
M Meunier, N Quirke
The Journal of Chemical Physics 113 (1), 369-376, 2000
Rapid imbibition of fluids in carbon nanotubes
S Supple, N Quirke
Physical review letters 90 (21), 214501, 2003
Direct molecular dynamics simulation of flow down a chemical potential gradient in a slit-shaped micropore
RF Cracknell, D Nicholson, N Quirke
Physical review letters 74 (13), 2463, 1995
Fluid flow in nanopores: An examination of hydrodynamic boundary conditions
VP Sokhan, D Nicholson, N Quirke
The Journal of Chemical Physics 115 (8), 3878-3887, 2001
Methane adsorption on microporous carbons—a comparison of experiment, theory, and simulation
PN Aukett, N Quirke, S Riddiford, SR Tennison
Carbon 30 (6), 913-924, 1992
Structure and collapse of particle monolayers under lateral pressure at the octane/aqueous surfactant solution interface
R Aveyard, JH Clint, D Nees, N Quirke
Langmuir 16 (23), 8820-8828, 2000
Capillary condensation: a molecular simulation study
J Walton, N Quirke
Molecular Simulation 2 (4-6), 361-391, 1989
Non-destructive molecular-dynamics simulation of the chemical potential of a fluid
JG Powles, WAB Evans, N Quirke
Molecular Physics 46 (6), 1347-1370, 1982
Computer simulation of molecular liquid mixtures. I. A diatomic Lennard‐Jones model mixture for CO2/C2H6
D Fincham, N Quirke, DJ Tildesley
The Journal of chemical physics 84 (8), 4535-4546, 1986
A grand canonical Monte Carlo study of Lennard-Jones mixtures in slit shaped pores
RF Cracknell, D Nicholson, N Quirke
Molecular Physics 80 (4), 885-897, 1993
Molecular dynamics simulation of a Langmuir–Blodgett film
MA Moller, DJ Tildesley, KS Kim, N Quirke
The Journal of chemical physics 94 (12), 8390-8401, 1991
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