Alexander V. Neimark
Alexander V. Neimark
Distinguished Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Rutgers University
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Physisorption of gases, with special reference to the evaluation of surface area and pore size distribution (IUPAC Technical Report)
M Thommes, K Kaneko, AV Neimark, JP Olivier, F Rodriguez-Reinoso, ...
Pure and applied chemistry 87 (9-10), 1051-1069, 2015
Density functional theory methods for characterization of porous materials
J Landers, GY Gor, AV Neimark
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 437, 3-32, 2013
Quenched solid density functional theory and pore size analysis of micro-mesoporous carbons
AV Neimark, Y Lin, PI Ravikovitch, M Thommes
Carbon 47 (7), 1617-1628, 2009
Unified Approach to Pore Size Characterization of Microporous Carbonaceous Materials from N2, Ar, and CO2 Adsorption Isotherms
PI Ravikovitch, A Vishnyakov, R Russo, AV Neimark
Langmuir 16 (5), 2311-2320, 2000
Adsorption hysteresis of nitrogen and argon in pore networks and characterization of novel micro-and mesoporous silicas
M Thommes, B Smarsly, M Groenewolt, PI Ravikovitch, AV Neimark
Langmuir 22 (2), 756-764, 2006
Density functional theory of adsorption in spherical cavities and pore size characterization of templated nanoporous silicas with cubic and three-dimensional hexagonal structures
PI Ravikovitch, AV Neimark
Langmuir 18 (5), 1550-1560, 2002
Characterization of micro-and mesoporosity in SBA-15 materials from adsorption data by the NLDFT method
PI Ravikovitch, AV Neimark
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 105 (29), 6817-6823, 2001
Capillary hysteresis in nanopores: theoretical and experimental studies of nitrogen adsorption on MCM-41
PI Ravikovitch, SCÓ Domhnaill, AV Neimark, F Schüth, KK Unger
Langmuir 11 (12), 4765-4772, 1995
Experimental confirmation of different mechanisms of evaporation from ink-bottle type pores: equilibrium, pore blocking, and cavitation
PI Ravikovitch, AV Neimark
Langmuir 18 (25), 9830-9837, 2002
Evaluation of pore structure parameters of MCM-41 catalyst supports and catalysts by means of nitrogen and argon adsorption
PI Ravikovitch, D Wei, WT Chueh, GL Haller, AV Neimark
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 101 (19), 3671-3679, 1997
Characterization of nanoporous materials from adsorption and desorption isotherms
PI Ravikovitch, AV Neimark
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 187, 11-21, 2001
Quenched solid density functional theory method for characterization of mesoporous carbons by nitrogen adsorption
GY Gor, M Thommes, KA Cychosz, AV Neimark
Carbon 50 (4), 1583-1590, 2012
Capillary condensation in MMS and pore structure characterization
AV Neimark, PI Ravikovitch
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 44, 697-707, 2001
Sorption hysteresis of benzene in charcoal particles
WJ Braida, JJ Pignatello, Y Lu, PI Ravikovitch, AV Neimark, B Xing
Environmental science & technology 37 (2), 409-417, 2003
Density functional theory model of adsorption on amorphous and microporous silica materials
PI Ravikovitch, AV Neimark
Langmuir 22 (26), 11171-11179, 2006
Nanopore structure and sorption properties of Cu− BTC metal− organic framework
A Vishnyakov, PI Ravikovitch, AV Neimark, M Bülow, QM Wang
Nano Letters 3 (6), 713-718, 2003
Density functional theory model for calculating pore size distributions: pore structure of nanoporous catalysts
PI Ravikovitch, GL Haller, AV Neimark
Advances in colloid and interface science 76, 203-226, 1998
Pore size analysis of MCM-41 type adsorbents by means of nitrogen and argon adsorption
AV Neimark, PI Ravikovitch, M Grün, F Schüth, KK Unger
Journal of colloid and interface science 207 (1), 159-169, 1998
Characterization of MCM-48 materials
K Schumacher, PI Ravikovitch, A Du Chesne, AV Neimark, KK Unger
Langmuir 16 (10), 4648-4654, 2000
Density functional theories and molecular simulations of adsorption and phase transitions in nanopores
PI Ravikovitch, A Vishnyakov, AV Neimark
Physical Review E 64 (1), 011602, 2001
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