Jeremy Palmer
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Metastable liquid–liquid transition in a molecular model of water
JC Palmer, F Martelli, Y Liu, R Car, AZ Panagiotopoulos, PG Debenedetti
Nature 510 (7505), 385-388, 2014
3312014
Modeling the structural evolution of carbide-derived carbons using quenched molecular dynamics
JC Palmer, A Llobet, SH Yeon, JE Fischer, Y Shi, Y Gogotsi, KE Gubbins
Carbon 48 (4), 1116-1123, 2010
1592010
Liquid-liquid transition in ST2 water
Y Liu, JC Palmer, AZ Panagiotopoulos, PG Debenedetti
The Journal of chemical physics 137 (21), 214505, 2012
1462012
The role of molecular modeling in confined systems: impact and prospects
KE Gubbins, YC Liu, JD Moore, JC Palmer
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (1), 58-85, 2011
1292011
Pressure enhancement in carbon nanopores: a major confinement effect
Y Long, JC Palmer, B Coasne, M Śliwinska-Bartkowiak, KE Gubbins
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (38), 17163-17170, 2011
1092011
Detailed structural models for activated carbons from molecular simulation
JC Palmer, JK Brennan, MM Hurley, A Balboa, KE Gubbins
Carbon 47 (12), 2904-2913, 2009
882009
The liquid-liquid transition in supercooled ST2 water: a comparison between umbrella sampling and well-tempered metadynamics
JC Palmer, R Car, PG Debenedetti
Faraday Discuss. 167, 77-94, 2013
712013
Atomistic models for disordered nanoporous carbons using reactive force fields
JC Palmer, KE Gubbins
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 154, 24–37, 2011
672011
Two-state thermodynamics of the ST2 model for supercooled water
V Holten, JC Palmer, PH Poole, PG Debenedetti, MA Anisimov
The Journal of chemical physics 140 (10), 104502, 2014
632014
Adsorptive behavior of CO2, CH4 and their mixtures in carbon nanospace: a molecular simulation study
JC Palmer, JD Moore, TJ Roussel, JK Brennan, KE Gubbins
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (9), 3985-3996, 2011
632011
Advances in Computational Studies of the Liquid–Liquid Transition in Water and Water-Like Models
JC Palmer, PH Poole, F Sciortino, PG Debenedetti
Chemical reviews 118 (18), 9129-9151, 2018
592018
Under pressure: Quasi-high pressure effects in nanopores
Y Long, JC Palmer, B Coasne, M Śliwinska-Bartkowiak, KE Gubbins
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 154, 19-23, 2012
512012
On the molecular origin of high-pressure effects in nanoconfinement: The role of surface chemistry and roughness
Y Long, 龙云, JC Palmer, B Coasne, M Śliwinska-Bartkowiak, G Jackson, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 139 (14), 144701, 2013
482013
Adsorption and diffusion of argon confined in ordered and disordered microporous carbons
JD Moore, JC Palmer, YC Liu, TJ Roussel, JK Brennan, KE Gubbins
Applied Surface Science 256 (17), 5131-5136, 2010
462010
Comment on “The putative liquid-liquid transition is a liquid-solid transition in atomistic models of water”[I and II: J. Chem. Phys. 135, 134503 (2011); J. Chem. Phys. 138 …
JC Palmer, A Haji-Akbari, RS Singh, F Martelli, R Car, ...
The Journal of Chemical Physics 148 (13), 137101, 2018
422018
Recent advances in molecular simulation: A chemical engineering perspective
JC Palmer, PG Debenedetti
AIChE Journal 61 (2), 370-383, 2015
422015
High Pressure Effect in Nanoporous Carbon Materials: Effects of Pore Geometry
Y Long, M Śliwinska-Bartkowiak, H Drozdowski, M Kempiński, KA Phillips, ...
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 2012
412012
Structural analysis of water and carbon tetrachloride adsorbed in activated carbon fibres
M Śliwińska-Bartkowiak, H Drozdowski, M Kempiński, M Jażdżewska, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 14 (19), 7145-7153, 2012
372012
The structural validity of various thermodynamical models of supercooled water
H Pathak, JC Palmer, D Schlesinger, KT Wikfeldt, JA Sellberg, ...
The Journal of Chemical Physics 145 (13), 134507, 2016
282016
Simulating local adsorption isotherms in structurally complex porous materials: A direct assessment of the slit pore model
JC Palmer, JD Moore, JK Brennan, KE Gubbins
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 2 (3), 165-169, 2011
282011
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