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Ding, Feng (DingFeng)

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Department of Materials Science and Engineering(신소재공학과)
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2008-01Dislocation dynamics in multiwalled carbon nanotubes at high temperaturesHuang, J. Y.; Ding, F.; Yakobson, B. I.ARTICLE190 Dislocation dynamics in multiwalled carbon nanotubes at high temperatures
2007-12Clustering of Sc on SWNT and reduction of hydrogen uptake: Ab-initio all-electron calculationsKrasnov, Pavel O.; Ding, Feng; Singh, Abhishek K., et alARTICLE196 Clustering of Sc on SWNT and reduction of hydrogen uptake: Ab-initio all-electron calculations
2007-10Nanotube-derived carbon foam for hydrogen sorptionDing, Feng; Lin, Yu; Krasnov, Pavel O., et alARTICLE181 Nanotube-derived carbon foam for hydrogen sorption
2007-10Self-templated growth of carbon-nanotube walls at high temperaturesHuang, Jian-Yu; Ding, Feng; Jiao, Kun, et alARTICLE211 Self-templated growth of carbon-nanotube walls at high temperatures
2007-10Real time microscopy, kinetics, and mechanism of giant fullerene evaporationHuang, J. Y.; Ding, Feng; Jiao, Kun, et alARTICLE206 Real time microscopy, kinetics, and mechanism of giant fullerene evaporation
2007-07Initial growth of single-walled carbon nanotubes on supported iron clusters: a molecular dynamics studyDuan, H.; Ding, F.; Rosen, A., et alARTICLE186 Initial growth of single-walled carbon nanotubes on supported iron clusters: a molecular dynamics study
2007-03Calculating carbon nanotube-catalyst adhesion strengthsLarsson, Peter; Larsson, J. Andreas; Ahuja, Rajeev, et alARTICLE242 Calculating carbon nanotube-catalyst adhesion strengths
2007-03How evaporating carbon nanotubes retain their perfection?Ding, Feng; Jiao, Kun; Lin, Yu, et alARTICLE205 How evaporating carbon nanotubes retain their perfection?
2007-03Size dependent melting mechanisms of iron nanoclustersDuan, Haiming; Ding, Feng; Rosen, Arne, et alARTICLE226 Size dependent melting mechanisms of iron nanoclusters
2007-02Pseudoclimb and dislocation dynamics in superplastic nanotubesDing, Feng; Jiao, Kun; Wu, Mingqi, et alARTICLE173 Pseudoclimb and dislocation dynamics in superplastic nanotubes
2006-05Atomistic simulations of catalyzed carbon nanotube growthBolton, Kim; Ding, Feng; Rosen, ArneARTICLE248 Atomistic simulations of catalyzed carbon nanotube growth
2006-05Structure and thermal properties of supported catalyst clusters for single-walled carbon nanotube growthDing, Feng; Bolton, Kim; Rosen, ArneARTICLE180 Structure and thermal properties of supported catalyst clusters for single-walled carbon nanotube growth
2006-04Graphitic encapsulation of catalyst particles in carbon nanotube productionDing, F; Rosen, A; Campbell, EEB, et alARTICLE203 Graphitic encapsulation of catalyst particles in carbon nanotube production
2006-03Molecular dynamics study of SWNT growth on catalyst particles without temperature gradientsDing, F; Bolton, K; Rosen, AARTICLE185 Molecular dynamics study of SWNT growth on catalyst particles without temperature gradients
2006-03Modeling the melting of supported clustersDing, F; Rosen, A; Curtarolo, S, et alARTICLE192 Modeling the melting of supported clusters
2006-02Molecular dynamics study of bamboo-like carbon nanotube nucleationDing, F; Bolton, K; Rosen, AARTICLE180 Molecular dynamics study of bamboo-like carbon nanotube nucleation
2006-01The importance of supersaturated carbon concentration and its distribution in catalytic particles for single-walled carbon nanotube nucleationDing, F; Bolton, KARTICLE261 The importance of supersaturated carbon concentration and its distribution in catalytic particles for single-walled carbon nanotube nucleation
2005-12Theoretical study of the stability of defects in single-walled carbon nanotubes as a function of their distance from the nanotube endDing, FARTICLE111 Theoretical study of the stability of defects in single-walled carbon nanotubes as a function of their distance from the nanotube end
2005-08Dependence of SWNT growth mechanism on temperature and catalyst particle size: Bulk versus surface diffusionDing, F; Rosen, A; Bolton, KARTICLE203 Dependence of SWNT growth mechanism on temperature and catalyst particle size: Bulk versus surface diffusion
2005-07Molecular dynamics study of the surface melting of iron clustersDing, F; Bolton, K; Rosen, AARTICLE198 Molecular dynamics study of the surface melting of iron clusters

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